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Welcome to St James’s Church

We might still be under lockdown, but 

St James’s is worshipping in church and online.

Holy Week and Easter with St James’s

 Palm Sunday · 28 March 

 9am   Palm Sunday online service

Marking the beginning of Holy Week with Communion and blessing of palms

Interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 11am   Palm Sunday Parish Communion

Marking the beginning of Holy Week with Communion

In church (restrictions in effect; church building opens at 10.45am)

 8pm   Evening meditation for Palm Sunday

Marking the beginning of Holy Week with prayer and contemplation

led by Keith Harvey LLM

Interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 Monday of Holy Week · 29 March 

 8pm   Evening meditation for Holy Week

The Great Litany and Compline according to the Book of Common Prayer

led by David Andrews

Interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 Tuesday of Holy Week · 30 March 

 8pm   Evening meditation for Holy Week

Prayer and contemplation for Holy Week

led by Aleksandra Tomaszewska

Interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 Wednesday of Holy Week · 31 March 

 8pm   Tenebrae (the Service of Shadows)

Scripture readings and music by diminishing candlelight

led by the Revd Ian Gallagher

Interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 Maundy Thursday · 1 April   

 8p Feast of the Lord’s Supper

Commemoration of the first Holy Communion

Hybrid worship:  In church (restrictions in effect; church building opens at 7.45pm)

and simultaneously interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 9.30p The Vigil of the Watch

Silent prayer by candlelight, remembering Jesus’ agony in the Garden of Gethsemane

Interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 Midnight  Compline (night prayer)

Ending the silence of the Watch with the ancient night prayer of Compline

Interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 Good Friday · 2 April   

 2p Liturgy of the Crucifixion

Commemorating the Death of our Lord and Saviour in prayer and veneration

Hybrid worship:  In church (restrictions in effect; church building opens at 12.45pm)

and simultaneously interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 

 8p Stations of the Cross (part 7 of 7)

The final instalment  and reflections on the journey of our Lord's suffering

led by the Red Henderson George

XIII. Jesus is taken down from the cross. 

XIV. Jesus is placed in the tomb.

Interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 Holy Saturday · 3 April 

 8p The Great Vigil of Easter

Service by candlelight to mark the Holy Night of Easter

Hybrid worship:  In church (restrictions in effect; church building opens at 7.45pm)

and simultaneously interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 Easter Sunday · 4 April 

 9am   Sung Communion of the Resurrection

Marking the Resurrection of our Lord

Interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 11am   Festival Eucharist of the Resurrection

Marking the Resurrection of our Lord

In church (restrictions in effect; church building opens at 10.45am)

 8pm   Compline (night prayer)

Culmination of Easter and Holy Week in prayer

led by Keith Harvey LLM

Interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 

Sunday mornings we’re offering two different worship services:

 9am Sundays  Sung worship service online (Zoom and Facebook)

Communion service online with hymns

Interactive on Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page

 11am Sundays  Said worship service in church

Communion service in the church building

In church (restrictions in effect; church building opens at 10.45am)

In addition to what's on offer above, at St James’s is still carrying on with

 

You can find details on our page What’s on at St James’s.
 

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