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The Platinum Jubilee at St James’s
Community Day · Saturday 4 June
Doors open at 10am
Tea, coffee and cake available throughout
Crafts for children and the young-at-heart
Take a selfie with the Queen!
Rolling lunch service from 12 noon
Display of memorabilia from 70 years of the Queen and the Royal Family
Flowers & Fun at 2pm—make an arrangement!
Service of Thanksgiving at 4pm
All are welcome · A free event for our community
Welcome to St James’s Church
St James’s is worshipping in church and online.
Worship times at St James’s
Here’s what’s on offer:
10am Sundays: Parish Eucharist (in church, plus Zoom and Facebook)
A service of Holy Communion with hymns,
Simultaneously online via Zoom and live-streamed on St James’s Facebook page.
10am Wednesdays: Midweek Communion service (in the Lady Chapel)
A simple service of Holy Communion, commemorating the lives of the saints
and followed by fellowship over tea and coffee, toast and sometimes cake!
COVID Restrictions are in effect at St James’s.
On 27 January HM Government rescinded the mask mandate, even for places of worship. We will still have several measures in place to protect those who are vulnerable. For an update on our Coronavirus protocols particularly regarding public worship on Sunday , please click here for a complete FAQ on what to expect in church.
In addition to what's on offer above, at St James’s is still carrying on with
Prayer services online throughout the week
Two Bible study groups every week (Tuesday afternoons and Thursday evenings)
Get-togethers for fellowship and social connectedness
Pastoral care for those in need
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:
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