When asked: “what’s the most important thing in your life?” …99% of people say: “family & relationships.” FamilyLife UK are having a special day for couples at The Saint James Centre on 6th December. A Day Together is a great opportunity to invest in your relationship. It can help a marriage go from good to great…and the day helps anyone…read more →
During September and October we are exploring six hot-button issues of life in today’s world under the heading of “Facts of life”. Find further reading suggestions from the St James staff below. September 7 – Don’t be lonely (Genesis 2:15-25) Friends: Making Them and Keeping Them in Today’s Busy World (Geoff Baker) September 14 – Sex: Is Sex…read more →
How do Christians make decisions about ethics and lifestyle in a complicated world? In this course we will look at the Bible and some prominent ethical theories as well as examining specific issues from genetics to the environment. Course tutor: James Leach Thursday evenings 7.15 pm – 9.30 pm at the Saint James Centre…read more →
We need your help. You can sign up after the services on Sunday or by emailing Di Rowlandson at Di.Rowlandson@saintjames.org.uk Here is a list of ways you can help: GX Fun Run 11.5.2014 8 am team -10 to help with set up. 4.00pm- 5 litter picking team 4.00pm – 4 to help with pack down Help also needed to…read more →
Sandy was the Vicar at Holy Trinity Brompton from 1985 – 2005. Sandy encouraged HTB to plant seven churches during that time. He was the Vicar at HTB during a time of renewal and was a close friend of John Wimber. Sandy will be sharing his experience and wisdom from his time at HTB and talking about how we…read more →
The Person & The Work of The Holy Spirit Spring Seminars Special seminars have been arranged to complement our spring series in 2014. They are free of charge, but please let us know you are coming by signing up at the bottom of this page. Our Final seminar is: Tuesday April 8th, 8.00pm ‘Prophecy & Tongues’ Jim Graham, retired…read more →
Alpha starts 1st and the 7th May – click for more information.