10.00 am Summer Service
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8.45 for 9 am Breakfast Church
Breakfast Church meets on the third Sunday of the month. This is an interactive multi-media event for all ages concluding with a message and sung worship by 10 am.
9 am Common Worship
Common Worship services of Holy Communion and Morning Prayer with hymns to organ accompaniment, or a musical ensemble once a month. The preaching follows the lectionary and is followed up by study in the church’s Small Groups.
These services will include Mission Partner updates; when Mission Partners are at home or being sent out, time will be taken to commission them. On these Sundays the liturgy may be abbreviated or omitted so that the service concludes by 10.15 at the latest.
Children are welcome, though most families attend the later service.
Personal prayer ministry is available at the communion rail or after the service on request.
Coffee is served after the service on the 2nd Sunday of each month.
The congregational pastors are Judy West and Rosie Cunliffe.
11 am Whole Church Worship
Morning Worship has a freer liturgical framework with singing of familiar hymns and contemporary worship songs led by a worship band. One service a month includes Holy Communion. The teaching follows the series set for the term and is followed up by study in the church’s Small Groups. The services concludes by 12.30.
Junior Church meets on the second Sunday starting at 11am. Parents please drop off your children at the Parish Centre (or youth at the Latimer’s home) in good time for the start and rejoin parents for Holy Communion. This is usually a Sign Supported Service.
There is opportunity for personal prayer ministry at the service. This is not counselling but brief prayer to bless what God is doing in the lives of individuals.
Coffee and squash served after every service.
The congregational pastors are Steve Moller and Rosie Cunliffe.
4pm Messy Church
Messy Church on the fourth Sunday each month. Fun, food and faith at four for younger families. Bible story, activities, music, prayer followed by tea – sandwiches, savouries and cakes, tea, coffee and squash between 4.45 and 5.00 pm. Most leave around 5.30 pm. Parents and grandparents welcome to bring all their children though Messy Church is aimed at the under 12s.
7pm Evening Worship and Teaching
These services are held on the first three every weeks each month and include worship and teaching. The second Sunday is a youth service and is led by the youth once a term.
Sign Supported Services
For further information about signed supported services at St James please contact Jan Smith via Cambs Deaf Church.