Re-opening for Sunday Gatherings

We are delighted to be able to start meeting together at the St James church buildings in Gerrards Cross and Fulmer for Sunday services.  Our gatherings will be at 10am each Sunday from 4 October.

For more information about what’s happening head to saintjames.org.uk/latest-news/#re-opening

If you’d like to join us on Sunday, please sign up at saintjames.org.uk/sjtg

The 8

Saint James Church, Fulmer

This is a traditional Holy Communion service. We welcome Christians of all denominations to receive communion.

The 9

Saint James Church, Gerrards Cross

A service that combines a familiar pattern of prayers and Bible readings with well known hymns. The choir provides a musical lead to the worship and there is always a talk from the Bible which aims to apply the Christian faith to everyday life. There is no provision for children alongside this service.

The 10:45

Saint James Church, Gerrards Cross

This is an informal, contemporary service. Vibrant worship is led by one of our bands. There will be time to reflect on God’s word and how it impacts our lives.
Kid’s and Youth activities run during this service. Register your children before the service begins.

The 11:15

Saint James Church, Fulmer

A traditional service, with hymns, Bible readings, Psalms and prayers. The Fulmer Church choir provides a musical lead to the worship and there is always a talk from the Bible which aims to apply the Christian faith to everyday life.

The 4

Saint James Church, Gerrards Cross

The 4pm service has its own relaxed feel, with an emphasis on community, and encounter with God. It’s an informal, contemporary service, where vibrant worship is led by one of our bands. There is always time to reflect on God’s word, and how it impacts our lives.

Kid’s and Youth activities run during this service. Register your children before the service begins.

The 6:30

Saint James Centre, Gerrards Cross

This is a relaxed, informal gathering. There is always time to listen to God’s word, to sing God’s praise and to talk to him in prayer. We also make time to hear stories of how faith in Christ makes a difference across all areas of life. The older teenagers are part of The 6:30, before having their own time together afterwards (there is no provision for children under 14 at The 6:30). We’re a new congregation, still working things out – but we’re loving it. Come and join us!

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