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‘Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.’ [Philippians 4.6]

Welcome to St James’s Church

Tier 4?  Local Lockdown? St James’s is still worshipping, in church and online.

Even with the present situation, St James’s is still there for our community.  

After two lockdowns, St James’s is still active in mission, and even under Tier 4 restrictions, we are open for worship, both online (interactive on Zoom and live-streamed on Facebook) and in the church building.

 

Christmas and New Year services

Capacity in church is limited—Please click here to reserve space in church for you and those in your household/bubble.

3pm Christmas Eve:  All-age Family Service

Suitable for children and their grown ups, telling the story of the Nativity and Christingle!

In church (reserve here with Eventbrite), interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on Facebook

11.30pm Christmas Eve:  Christmas Midnight Eucharist 

O Holy Night!  A candlelit service to celebrate the Feast of the Nativity of our Lord.

In church (reserve here with Eventbrite), interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on Facebook

10.30am Christmas Day:  Christmas Morning Communion

A less formal, family-friendly Communion service on Christmas Day in the morning

In church (reserve here with Eventbrite), interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on Facebook

11pm New Year’s Eve:  Covenant Renewal Service

Pray in the New Year with us, at which we will also renew our personal covenant with God.

In church (reserve here with Eventbrite), interactive online on Zoom and live-streamed on Facebook

 

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 service of Holy Communion in church 

A said Communion service in the church building, with music for reflection (though no singing)

[Note that there are a number of restrictions in place to ensure that this happens safely, as mandated by the both the government and the Church of England.]

 

For an FAQ of what you might expect coming to church for live (in person) public worship,

click here:  Frequently Asked Questions

In addition to Sunday mornings, at St James’s is still carrying on with

 

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

Prayers? Support? Requests? Enquiries? Feel free to contact us by clicking here:

 

We still publish weekly newsletter The Highway Weekly as usual (you can download the most recent issues below).  To subscribe and then receive the newsletter in your in-box every week, click here:

Do you wish you to give to the ministry and mission of St James’s, and for its work in the local community?  Click here to make a donation:

Click below for past issues of our newsletter

‘The Highway Weekly’

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