Sunday Groups

Junior Church

On the 2nd & 4th (& 5th) Sunday of the month, during term time, Children aged 4-11 are welcome to join us at the parish centre from 10:45am for their own program. The children will then be brought back to church before the end of the service.

They will enjoy fun and engaging bible teaching in various groups, play games and do fun activities to help them understand the true story from the Bible.  Jr Church is led by a core group of leaders each time, ensuring that children can grow relationships with their leaders and with one another. We do this so that they can learn in a familiar and caring atmosphere.

On the 1st Sunday of the month the whole church family stays together for an all-age service.   On the 3rd Sunday of the month the whole church meets at 8:30am for breakfast church.

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During the week:

King’s Kids

Mondays immediately after school ends

This ‘after-school club’ meets in Hemingford School Hall on Mondays during term time.  For Key Stage 1 children.


Thursday 6pm during term time
Blaze will restart after Easter on May 2nd, 2019.

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Blaze meets at the Parish Centre, every Thursday (during term time) at 6 – 7:30pm and is for anyone aged 7-11. They do loads of cool stuff – playing games, doing activities and getting to know more about God together.


Contact Ben Pearson for further details. 07483132329


St James’ is committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of children and young people within our church community, and also to encouraging an environment where all people and especially those who may be vulnerable are able to worship and pursue their faith journey with encouragement and in safety.

We are also committed to the Diocese of Ely Safeguarding Policy, implementation of the Diocese of Ely Safeguarding and Good Practise Guidelines, and the relevant statutory legislation and guidance for the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

You can download a copy of the current Policy Statement here.