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St James' ChurchMethodist/URC, Woolton, Liverpool, UK


In our heart is a commitment to follow the way of Jesus Christ and to share the love of God with all.


QUIET PRAYER TIMES will now be held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, between 1.30 and 2.30 pm. Come and offer your personal and global concerns quietly to God. Light a candle or leave a prayer on the message board while you are here or leave a prayer request in advance in the prayer book in the porch or in the ‘Say One for Me’ box by the main notice board. We will pray for you. 

Drop-in for a few minutes or stay for a while, everyone is welcome!

Minister's Message for February 2023

Hello everyone, as I write this at 4pm on 31st January the sun is still shining and there is a look and feel of spring in the air. I know it is a bit premature to write winter off just yet, but it is encouraging to see the signs of life all around us. The first month of 2023 has flown by and by the time of our March

Message the days will be even longer! Lent begin early this year - on Ash Wednesday 22nd February. One writer refers to Lent as "God's Springtime".

This suggests that just as in our gardens, pots, window boxes and containers, there is work to do to prepare for the coming of new life. There

are still old dead leaves to be removed and pruning when the time is right. In our spiritual lives these old dead leaves could be habits; actions and

ways of thinking that can hinder the life of God coming through. What needs pruning in our lives. The traditional practice of giving something up for Lent may help with this, but it may be even more helpful to take something on - perhaps reading a spiritual book, re-joining a group, engaging in positive actions - including random acts of kindness. We know that in 2 months time we will be about to celebrate the resurrection life of Jesus so let us use the time before then to get ready - looking forward in God's springtime. God Bless, Peter.

St James Woolton Liverpool Stained glass window

 Morning Services

We open our doors at 10.00a.m worship and the service starts at 10.30a.m. Holy Communion and all-age worship services are held monthly, and separate Junior Church activities are offered during morning service. Up-to-date information about forthcoming services is further down this page.


To join us for telephone worship, lines open from 2:20pm for a 2:30pm start each Sunday - please you can find the details in our weekly newsletter. The number costs the same as ordinary UK numbers – if you have “free minutes” from your telephone supplier then there will be no cost.


Other online service details and resources are available on the Liverpool South Methodist Circuit website here. Our Children's & Youth Workers have a YouTube channel called 'The Way', please share and subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCryJZotipDp-j_bxONkxiXA

Future Services: 

February 5th: Paul Holt (St James'), Liz Hudson (phone)

February 12th: Steve Mitchell (St James') All Age Worship, tbc (phone)

February 19th: Andy Gillespie (St James'), tbc (phone)

February 26th: Rev'd Peter Huges (St James') 1st service in Lent & Holy Communion, tbc (phone)

We will have a guest preacher in the service, Kathleen Till, a Member of St Peter's Church and a representative of Open Doors, a charity working on behalf of persecuted Christians around the world, Open Doors will be our Benevolent Offering for the service.

St James Church is registered both for Marriage Services of people of the same sex 

and for Marriage Services of a man and a woman. 

Please contact us if you wish to enquire for dates available for your special day.

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This is the best place to keep up to date on current events and services happening here at St James church, Woolton.