Two appeals for a small amount of your time ……

(i) Do you have about an hour spare, every 8 weeks, to help clean the Church?







(ii) Are you able to help serve tea/coffee afterthe morning service?


Please speak to Rachel Partridge for more information,concerning one or both of the above.

A walk along the last part of the Via Francigena, into Rome is being planned. It will take about a week to walk approximately 60 miles. There will be an option to stay on in Rome, at the end of the walk.


If you are interested, please have a word with Chris Catlin or email him on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Via Francigena is the common name of an ancient road and pilgrim route running from France to Rome and Apulia, where there were the ports of embarkation for the Holy Land, though it is usually considered to have its starting point on the other side of the English Channel, in the cathedral city of Canterbury


Please pray for........

  • Alasdair Rowan, Paul Towers, Matthew Williams, Margaret Wykes, Anne McCreath and John Smith
  • Those in our prayer corner and anyone known to us personally.
  • Layla and her family and friends, as we celebrate his baptism.
  • Those who are bereaved.
  • In our parish this week, we pray for all those who live and work on Neale Close, New Street and Nuneaton Road

Follow this link for the Church of England Prayer for today


Pew News is our weekly newsheet giving details of services and other activities at St James and also St Botolph Burton Hastings.

Please feel free to print your own copy by clicking the appropriate links. The documents  are in PDF format.

After volunteering to produce the weekly news sheet during the interregnum when Fr. Paul left, Pam would now like to take a  step back, while she concentrates on other things in Church life. Would you be willing to help put our weekly news sheet together?

It’s not an onerous task and there would be plenty of help on hand. Please speak to Pam or Charles if you’re interested.



September 22nd

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For archive copies of 2018 editions click here


Harvest Festival in Bulkington will be on Sunday 6th October 2019.

10:00am Cafe Church

4:30pm Holy Communion

5.30pm Rustic Harvest Tea £7 per person signup sheet at the back of church

Donations of non-perishable food will be collected for the foodbank at Café Church (10am) and Holy Communion (4:30pm) services