Although we are now holding a short communion service at 11:00 at St James Church each Sunday, our main act of worship will continue to be from our own homes.

On this page you will find the links to enable you to join in.

Each Sunday at 9:30am we will be using our Morning Worship liturgy - each of us from our own home. Join in with the YouTube video - choose this week's from the those available. You can view the words for the prayers and responses by enabling subtitles - see here to find out how to do this.

On Sunday 27th September we will be celebrating Harvest Festival. The additional liturgy, Bible readings and sermon are available to download here. The hymns are We plough the fields and scatter and Great is Thy Faithfulness. 

An audio only version of the Sunday service can be accessed by dialling 0121 270 9089 (local rate call*). The service will be available until the following Wednesday.

*Charges at usual rate for 0121 numbers from your location 

The notice sheet for 24th - 30th Sept draws together the latest news from around the Parish. 

The sermons from previous weeks are also available.


Reflective Worship

On the first Sunday evening of each month we offer Reflective Worship - a quiet service in the Celtic tradition, where the emphasis is on making our own responses to God.

The video for the September service is available on the YouTube channel, the service order can be downloaded from here and the readings, reflection and additional liturgy can be found here. The songs are Be Still, Build Your Kingdom here and Will you come and follow me? 

Even if you have not joined us before, please give it a try. The service will also be available on our phone line on Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th September.

Spiritual Communion

Are you finding it hard not being able to take communion during these strange times? The Church of England has put together some thoughts on spiritual communion which might be helpful.

Find out more by clicking the links in the text above

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