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Easter Services – You are most welcome

March 25 7.00 pm  Compline March 26 7.00 pm Compline March 27  7.00 pm Compline March 28 – Maundy Thursday 10.00am Holy Communion March 29 – Good Friday 10.00 am Children’s Service 11.00 am Walk of Witness – Leaving from the Grange 2.00 pm Hour at the Cross March 31 – Easter Sunday 8.00 am […]

Jolly J’s Returns!!

After a short beak Jolly J’s, a coffee and play session for parents/carers with pre-school children and babies is back.  Jolly J’s takes place in church on Monday mornings between 10 am and 11 am each week.  Advice from NCT representatives is also available at each session. 20mg viagra brand viagra online

Justin Welby appointed Archbishop of Canterbury

Congratulations to Justin Welby on his appointment as Archbishop of Canterbury.  Justin, who was rector of St James’ Church from 1995 to 2002, is well remembered and loved by the local community and we pray for him and his family as they take on this new role in their lives.

Christmas Fayre 1 December 12noon – 3pm

We are holding our Christmas Fayre in church on Saturday 1 December between 12.00noon and 3.00pm there will be a variety of stalls including Handicrafts, Bottles, Sweets, Books, Bric-a-brac, Cakes, Refreshments and our Grand Christmas Raffle. If you can supply any items for the stalls please leave them at the Church Office or at the back […]

Memorial & Thanksgiving Service Sunday 4th November 2012 at 6.30pm

St James Church Memorial & Thanksgiving Service Sunday 4th November 2012 at 6.30pm  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.  During the service, for anyone who chooses, the name/s of those you are […]

Cream Teas in Church

St James Church will be open on Saturday 29 September, between 12noon and 5pm.  Why not come and enjoy a cream tea or coffee and cake with us whilst visiting the Retro Revival in the Town Centre. cialis 10mg en ligne

Important news regarding the Town Churchyard

The Parochial Church Council wish to remind all residents of Southam parish, that when they die they have the right to be buried in the Town Churchyard at St James as long as burial space is avaialble. As of today (September 2012) there are only ten new spaces remaining in the Town Churchyard, which at […]