St James Church, Ferndale, Tunbridge Wells, TN2 3RE (01892 521703) Email
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St James' Church will be open for private prayer during the day. Please do observe the safety precautions that are in place and only come into the part of the church which is set aside for prayer. We will have the church open on Monday to Saturday between 9am and 5pm.
On Sundays the services will be 8am (Book of Common Prayer) Communion service, followed by services at 9.30 and 11. Numbers will be limited to allow for social distancing. There will be a children's Group alongside each of the 9.30 and 11am services and youth work at 11. Further details of what to expect can be found here.
Morning Prayer will take place on Monday, Tuesday and |Wednesday each week at 9am - do feel free to join us in church.
The rota with the Bible passages each week can be found here.The Calendar shows what is happening in the church and in the church hall.
Grapevine - the Christmas edition. Time is marching on, please help me to put together the best yet seasonal St James magazine.Only one thing is needed - your contributions.
What does Christmas mean to you? Have you had a particularly unusual one? Do you have special memories? Have the last few months changed your view of the season? Are you secretly, or overtly, pleased that things will be different this year?
What have you read, done, taken up, put down in the past few months?
Plus a special call-out to students - tell us what home schooling and back to school have been like. If you started university how has that been?
All contributions, large or small, very gratefully received by Thursday 26th November.
email to Ann Sangwin or through the letter box at Flat 3, Bramhall Lodge, 2 St James Road - next door to the church.
The letter by the Archbishop's of the United Kingdom and Ireland about the Internal Markets Bill can be found on the Archbishop of Canterbury's web-site.
St James is committed to the Safeguarding Policies of the Church of England. The policies can be viewed on the Rochester Diocesan web-site. The PCC looks at the policies each year at its first meeting. Mandy Baker has been appointed by the PCC to be the safeguarding officer and she can be contacted through the parish office or by email.
For information about getting help with your finances
or about giving to St James see the Giving to St James page
Our Privacy Notice can be downloaded so you can see how we look after personal date and comply with the GDPR requirements.