To mark the Commemoration of the commencement of the 1st World War on Monday 4th August, St. James will be open all day. Please add your name to the list in church if you can help us with this by being in church. There will be a sung Requiem Mass at 7.30p, where we will be joined by our MP and Mayor.
It has been suggested we have a small display of WWI artefacts. If you have anything you might be able to loan, please speak with Fr. Peter.
St. James’ Day falls this week, Friday 25th July, Mass at 7.30pm, where preacher will be Fr. James McClusky SSC. The Mass will be followed by a Bring and Share Party, please come prepared for this, remembering we will have guests.
There will be a healing Mass in St. James on Wednesday 23rd July at 7pm where the healing Sacraments will be administered. All welcome.
The Children’s Tea Party will be held at the Rectory (76 East Hill) on Saturday 12th July beginning at 3pm and finishing by 4.30pm. Tea will be served and there will be party games and other activities such as Face Painting, Jewellery Making and Buns on String for the Children.
Everyone welcome no formal charge will be made but please sign the list in church to aid us with catering arrangements. A St. James family event with jelly and ice cream!
If you would like to join us at Thai 1 Restaurant on East Hill on Wednesday 9 July at 7.45pm, please add your name to the list at the back of St. James. The cost will be £15.00 per person for two-course meal. All profits from this evening will be donated to church funds.
Mass is at 7pm then we all move to Thai 1! Everyone is welcome!
We welcome Bishop Norman Banks, the Bishop of Richborough, who is going to visit St. James on Friday 4th of July for the Confirmation Service. The service begins at 7.30pm. There will be a reception after the service. All are welcome!