Latest News

Annual Parish Church Meeting & Electoral Roll

The APCM will be held on 20 October 2020 at 8pm.  The meeting will be held via Zoom with a limited number of places for people wishing to attend in person.  Please register here: saintjames.org.uk/apcm to get the Zoom details or to reserve a place.

The Electoral Roll has now been published for Saint James Gerrards Cross and Saint James Fulmer.
The Electoral Roll for Gerrards Cross can be viewed here
The Electoral Roll for Fulmer can be viewed here

The APCM Document can be viewed here (incl. agenda, minutes, Rectors report, various reports, and a resolution to adjust the size of the PCC)

The Financial Report for the Year ending December 2019 can be viewed here

Midweek Communion Service

Please join us for our first Midweek Communion, happening on Wednesday 14th October at 10am in Gerrards Cross. To register, please sign up at this link. This will become a weekly service, with every third week taking place at Saint James Fulmer.

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 and to reserve your seat please head to saintjames.org.uk/sjtg

We will be fully Covid-safe, following the government’s Hands, Face, Space guidance, we’ll be arranging the chairs to enable households to sit together and to allow us to sit at a safe distance from each other.  There is some parking available on-site at Saint James Gerrards Cross and nearby to Saint James Fulmer, but wherever possible we’re asking our church family and attendees to walk or cycle.

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

Re-opening Church Buildings for Private Prayer

We are delighted to be able to open the St James church in Fulmer for private prayer

St James Fulmer from 8th July

Wed mornings 10am-12pm

Social-distancing and hygiene measures will be fully in place, and we ask that those attending follow the signs and the instruction of the marshals present. There will be a range of devotional materials available, but we do ask that you bring your own Bible. Also please note that the toilets will not be in use.  If you are willing to help going forward or you require disabled access to one of the sessions, please contact the church office: office@saintjames.org.uk