For the young and young at heart
Sunday 17 December 6pm. All Welcome
Sunday 10 December
Messy Church craft and fun for families at 3pm
Service for all at 4pm followed by light refreshments
St James Church is starting its own Messy Church!
There’ll be crafts, activities, Bible stories, a picnic tea and lots of fun, so please get Sunday 21st May 3pm until 5pm in your diary and we’ll see you there.
Any questions then please call Rev Vikki Bisiker on 07983 402614
Stories, Food, Craft and Fun.
Ideal for families.
Picnic lunch provided.
Cafe for adults.
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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 service, bringing with you your family and friends. Refreshments will be served after the service.
During the service, for anyone who chooses it, the names of those you are remembering can be read out. If you would like us to do this, please contact the church office.
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 – Maundy Thursday
10am Holy Communion – our regular weekday time to meet in worship
April 3 – Good Friday
10am Children’s Service
11am Walk of Witness – Combined Churches of Southam. Gather at the Grange, Coventry Street to walk to the police station where a short combined church service will be held
2pm An hour at the Cross (St James Church, Southam) – a time to think and pray together, reflecting on the arrest, trial and crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday
2pm St Michael and All Angels Church, Ufton open for prayer – although there is no formal service the church will be open so that anyone may come in to pray and remember what Jesus did for us on this day
April 5 – Easter Sunday
8.00 am Holy Communion
10am All Age Service with Holy Communion (St James Church, Southam)
10am All Age Service with Holy Communion (St Michael and All Angels Church, Ufton)
10.00 am All Age Worship with Holy Communion
6.30 pm Evensong