You are invited to join us in conversation at the Green Man Long Itchington on the 2nd Thursday of every month at 7.30pm. Meaningful conversations about things that really matter in life … What do we do? Table Talk at The Green Man offers hospitality and refreshment where we can engage with each other’s views and explore these […]
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We have a range of services and events to suit all ages this Christmas. Please see What’s On.
On Sunday 6th November 2016 at 4pm we are holding a short reflective service called “Living with Loss”. At this service there will be an opportunity to remember and give thanks for the lives of people who were important to you, whether they died recently or long ago. You are warmly invited to attend this […]
At our recent Harvest Supper Mary Williams, Terence Hill and John Tresidder, who had all recently stood down from the Fabric Committee, were enthusiastically thanked by the church family for all their years of dedicated service on the fabric committee, notching up over 100 years of service between them! They were presented with a wonderful cake […]
It was announced in church on 24 January 2016 that, with effect from 1 March, Rev Vikki Bisiker, who knows the church and the area (currently being a curate at Radford Semele and Bishops Itchington), would provide full-time, interim stipendiary ministry to St James for a period of four years, the first year being the […]
The Reverend John Armstrong, who is currently vicar of St James Church, Southam and St Michael and All Angels Church in Ufton, has announced that he will be leaving his current post to help the parish of St John’s, Kenilworth in an evangelistic and pastoral capacity. John’s last day of service in the local community will […]
For full itinerary details of John and Mary Home’s visit to Kenya during November 2015 please visit the Bees Abroad page
March 30, March 31 and April 1 7.00 pm Compline – the name of the service means “the completion” (of the working day) – an opportunity to spend a short time together in church to pray and give thanks for the day and look ahead to the events of Good Friday and Easter. April 2 […]
You are warmly invited to any of the Easter services being held across the Deanery this Easter. For more http://www.comprarviagraes24.com/ information please see the relevant church’s website.
For full itinerary details of John and Mary Home’s visit to Kenya during November and December 2014 please visit the Bees Abroad page