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Join us as we grow

in relationship

with Jesus Christ.

We know that the best way to get the most out of church is to join a group where you can discuss with others what you’re learning on Sundays, ask your questions and apply Christian faith to your daily life. There are groups for people exploring Christianity as well as groups for people who’ve been Christians a while. There are also lots of ways for you to get involved in serving opportunities on Sundays and during the week.


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GROUPS

The Gathering
A gathering of the church family for prayer and praise.

Once a month (last Sunday 7.30pm). A monthly gathering to update us on our vision as a church family and pray together.

Insight Nights

Wednesday 7pm

Bible study with discussion that will make you think, application that makes a difference to daily life and fellowship that builds up our church community. Aimed at everyone wanting to grow in Bible insight and an ideal way to meet others at Saint James – all welcome.

Women’s Brunch

Women’s Sunday Brunch once a month, 9.30-10.30. A group for women to meet together, look at the Bible and support each other.

Life Groups

Life Groups meet weekly to eat together, study the Bible, pray for each other and discuss the topic from Sunday’s sermon. Groups meet at various times and in various locations. Please enquire if you would like to join a group and we’ll help find one that suits you.

Family Church & Special Events

Here on Sundays at Saint James children are involved throughout the service- particularly throughout the year we hold special events for children, such as a Bible Holiday Club in the summer, a Light Party on October 31 and the Christmas Holiday Season.

School of Faith

The School of Faith offers a learning environment that connects the curious with the core message of Christianity and its significance for the whole of life. 

Our CENTRAL CONVERSATION events give participants a chance to explore what it means to address contemporary issues through the lens of faith. Guest Speakers introduce the topic and guide a discussion where everyone has the opportunity to explore their questions of faith related to the daily issues of life.

Our CORE CLASSES explore the foundations of Christianity and the distinctives of a Christian worldview. Each class contains talks illustrated with short films, interviews and a time for discussion centred on three essential questions: Who is God? What is the Christian Message? Why does faith matter to me?

Find out more here.

Uniformed Organization

The children also meet during the week as part of the Uniformed Organisations based at St James: 1st Islington Scouts