This Sunday is the 3rd Sunday after Easter and our service of Holy Communion will be live streamed on our Facebook page and will be available afterwards on this page and our YouTube channel.
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We are able to have a limited number of people in the church and strict socially distancing is in place.
The season of Easter spans the fifty days to Pentecost, inThe season of Easter spans the fifty days to Pentecost, inwhich the Church celebrates the gloriously risen Christ. The Eastercandle reminds us of the presence of the risen Christ.
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Common Worship: Services and Prayers for the Church of England, material from which is included in this service, is copyright © The Archbishops’ Council 2000.
Common Worship: Times and Seasons, material from which is included here, is copyright © The Archbishops' Council 2006 and published by Church House Publishing.
Music used in this service is under terms of CCLI Licence 17774 and Streaming Licence 169385.
We are very sorry to hear of the death of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and send our condolences to HM The Queen and all the Royal Family. Like many other Churches around the country, St James will open for private prayer
The Church will be open for private prayer on Saturday 1pm to 3pm and Sunday 2pm to 4pm
Remember, O Lord,
your servant Philip,
who has gone before us with the sign of faith
and now rests in the sleep of peace.
According to your promises,
grant to him and to all who rest in Christ,
refreshment, light and peace;
through the same Christ our Lord.
Join us at 6am for our Dawn service outside church including the Vigil and lighting of the Easter Candle
Then at 10am we have our Festal Eucharist for Easter Day , we still can only have limited numbers inside in Church
Both services will be livestreamed on our Facebook page and available both here and on our YouTube channel after the services
Easter Day Eucharist
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Good Friday is the most solemn day of the Church’s year. We enter into the darkness and dereliction of the cross as we contemplate Jesus. As today also makes clear, even in the midst of the horror of the cross, God’s love is poured out in Jesus’ death.
We will have a service of Reflection for Good Friday at 2pm which will be live streamed on our Facebook page
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