SERVICES THIS WEEK AT ST JAMES:

Anyone - whether Christian or not – is most welcome to come to any of our regular church services. These are the most important thing we do as Christians – meeting together to worship God – and they're happy and friendly gatherings. 

Please also join us, after the Sunday morning services for coffee, tea and munchies in the Parish Centre (next door)!

SUNDAY 20 MAY

7.30am    Choral and Sung Holy Communion   |  Ven. Mark Carlyon

This service celebrates in a more traditional sung and spoken style of modern Anglican worship. It includes Holy Communion, several hymns and some responses, that are spoken or sung together by worshippers, priest/s and choir. Please join us for morning tea afterwards!

10.00am  Holy Communion + Children's Ministry  |  Ven. Mark Carlyon

This service celebrates in a spoken style of modern Anglican worship. It includes songs from Mission Praise, Holy Communion, with a short children's talk in addition to the normal sermon. Please join us for morning tea afterwards!

1.00pm    Sudanese (Dinka) Service   |  Rev. James Ajak

This service celebrates in the Dinka language, with refreshments afterwards.

TUESDAY

7.00am    Holy Communion  |  Ven. Mark Carlyon or Rev. David Snape

Wednesday

10.00am  Holy Communion  | Ven. Mark Carlyon

SATURDAY

6.00pm    Holy Communion  |  Ven. Mark Carlyon

 

  What is Holy Communion?    Holy Communion is a sharing together of bread and wine, in which we are invited to be part of God’s life in Jesus Christ.    It can also be known as the Mass, Eucharist, or the Lord's Supper. Christ shared supper with his closest group of friends and said to 'do this in memory of me' – so this is what many Christians seek to do.

What is Holy Communion?

Holy Communion is a sharing together of bread and wine, in which we are invited to be part of God’s life in Jesus Christ.

It can also be known as the Mass, Eucharist, or the Lord's Supper. Christ shared supper with his closest group of friends and said to 'do this in memory of me' – so this is what many Christians seek to do.