Saturday 2nd December 2017 at 7.30pm in the church. Tickets £7.50 from Rev Vikki Bisiker 07983 402614 – Bar refreshments and merchandise available. Paul Kerensa is an English comedy writer and stand-up comedian and has written for radio and television and wrote for and briefly appeared in Miranda. James Sherwood is a stand-up comedian, comedy writer, singer, pianist, and composer. An evening not to be missed!!
In conjunction with the Heritage Weekend, on Friday September 8th, St James Church has teamed up with the Southam Heritage Collection who will lead two history walks around the town, starting and finishing in the church. The walks will take place at 10am and 11.15am and last for approximately 1 hour.
The church will be open for refreshments from 9.30am through to 1pm, giving an opportunity for visitors not only to take part in the walk but also to have a look around our historic 14th century church building and grounds.
No booking required.
Make sure you have our next Messy Church in your diary!
There’ll be crafts, activities, Bible stories, a picnic tea and lots of fun, so please get Sunday 2nd July 3pm until 5pm in your diary and we’ll see you there.
Any questions then please call Rev Vikki Bisiker on 07983 402614Messy Church
The Churchwardens of St James Church, Southam
are pleased to announce that the Licensing of the
Reverend Vikki Bisiker as Priest in Charge (Interim Minister) of St James Church
by the Venerable Morris Rodham Archdeacon Missioner
will take place at
6.30pm Saturday 13th May 2017 at St. James Church, Southam
Barry Parker and Stephen Adams (Churchwardens)
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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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 in the light of the Christian faith.
We serve a cheeseboard and drinks are available at the bar
Join the conversation …
Further details : Rev Martin Green (01926 613466)
Rev Vikki Bisiker (07508 706956)
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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 made by Heather Shackleton showing the three of them sitting on a bench outside the church. The cake was then sliced and enjoyed by everyone attending the supper.