Sundays at

St James

You can sure of a warm welcome at St James's Church on Sunday mornings at our 10.30am service.

New people are always welcome and we will be glad to see you.

What kinds of people come to St James? Old people and young people. Black people and white people. Middle class and working class people. In fact, every kind of person.

We aim to be a friendly welcoming church, open to people of all ages and backgrounds.

Whatever stage you are in your own spiritual journey we hope you will feel at home at St James

Listen to the bells of St James's

Above: some of the Sunday congregation of St James's Church

Can't Make Sundays?

Try our Wednesday Night Church, every Wednesday at St James, 7pm-9pm, for SOME FOOD, SOME BIBLE, and SOME SINGING

Sunday FAQs

What can I expect?
A relaxed informal service with a mix of traditional hymns and modern songs, and a down-to-earth message from the Bible that connects with everyday life

When does the service start? 10.30am

What is the dress code?
Most people dress casually but there are no hard and fast rules.

How will I know what to do?
Our services are simple and straightforward with no standing on ceremony. The service leaders give clear directions so everyone knows what to do.

What about the kids?
Children are welcome. We have Sunday groups for children aged 4-11 that take place during the service and there is a creche room for children under 4 (from which parents can see and hear the service).

What about disabled access?
There are ramps to enter the building and there is a toilet for people with disabilities; and there is a hearing loop system for use during the services. There is a disabled parking bay in Thurland Rd (opposite the church) and during service times cars may be parked in the Churchyard.