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As a new month begins and we continue to return to the Church building for worship, we are also opening up new ways of giving to St James Church - it is now possible to donate online.
St James relies solely on people's generosity and receives no funding from the Church of England or the Government. As you can imagine, the pandemic has had a significant impact on our financial situation - as we continue to worship, look after our building, and play our part in the community, if you are able to give it would make an enormous difference. Thank you!
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Bulkington PCC met virtually recently and agreed that public worship at St James will resume at 10am on Sunday 26th July with a Service of Holy Communion for St James’ Day.
The service will also be recorded and available to view online. There will be restrictions on how many of us can be there physically and social distancing measures will be in place.
We will be limited to 30 people being there in person and social distancing measures will be in place.
If you would like a Bible, please bring your own.
You will need to sign up to tell us you are coming.
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We are pleased to announce that you are welcome to come in and pray at St James at the following times this week:
Sunday 12th July 11am to 1pm
Wednesday 15th July 11am to 1pm
Please care for yourself and others by observing hygiene and physical distancing measures that will be in place. We will be limited to 15 people in the building.
If you are in a group susceptible to infection, please consider praying at home. Further times will be announced in due course. If you have any questions, please contact Rev Charles. Enjoy the peace, time to pray, and God’s loving presence.
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Following Government and Church guidance, we are working towards having St James’ building open, beginning on Wednesday 24th June and Sunday 28th June 11am-1pm, at which time you will be very welcome to use the building for private prayer.
There will be measures in place for handwashing and social distancing, as well as a limit on the number of people (around 15).
If you are in a group susceptible to infection or have symptoms of the virus, please look after others by staying at home.
Of course, we can pray anywhere, but the PCC felt it was important to offer the parish a chance to pray in St James’ building should they wish to.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact Charles.