St James' Church
Methodist/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.

                                             Morning Services start at 10.30 a.m.

Sunday 13th October: Rev'd Peter Hughes, Harvest Sunday & All age Parade service

Sunday 20th October: Mr Graham Martin

Sunday 27th October: Rev'd Peter Hughes, Communion, followed by a Bring and Share lunch during which we are packing Samaritans Purse Shoe Boxes

 Sunday 3rd November: Rev'd John Lansley

Sunday 10th November: Mr Darren Murrall, 

Remembrance Sunday & All age Parade Service

Sunday 17th November: Rev'd Peter Hughes, 

Girls Brigade 70th Celebration & Communion

Sunday 24th November: United Circuit Service at Hope Chapel

St James are pleased to announce we are now officially registered as a Place of Welcome, with our Tuesday Coffee mornings designated as such. Please come along and join us.

FUTURE DATES – Please see the Events Page for details

Sunday October 27th Faith Lunch and Samaritans Purse shoebox packing
Friday November 1st` Community Social: Fish and Chip Supper
Saturday November 2nd Male Voice Choir Concert
Saturday November 16th Christmas Fair
Sunday November 17th Girls’ Brigade 70th Anniversary

The Easter Experience which ran from April 29th to May 3rd 2019 saw 200 children and young people accompanied by 40 Leaders visit St. James over 4 days to walk in the footsteps of the first disciples as they discovered that Jesus is Alive.

Please see our Easter experience page to see some pictures and read about this wonderful event.


As usual this year, during the service on Easter Sunday, we dressed our Lent cross with flowers  transforming our Lent cross to a beautiful symbol of new life.


St James are now the proud owners of a defibrillator thanks to the fund raising walk by Rob Swindells of the BB with help from Amy and team in the GB.  This machine was purchased from the Oliver King Foundation and is now fitted in the front entrance of the Church Hall. To find out more about the Oliver King Foundation contact:

Or look at one of the booklets placed on the information table in church.

'Jimmy' the horse with over 4500 plants, all hand-planted by one of our members Roy including a purple poppy to remember all of the horses and animals that also gave their lives to service in conflict!


A glimpse of 

the St James'



Please visit our new 'Show in a week' page to read the story and see all the pictures that tell the tale of this years events...


Over May and June, the railings of the church premises at St James' became a place of prayer. People tied a ribbon onto the railings to signify that they had prayed for someone, a personal difficulty or something that felt needed prayer. Sadly there were a number of tragic incidents during that time. The cross bore 1,292 ribbons, which are a representation of the personal prayers from people in the community.

Great Night For Liverpool City

Centre Street Pastors

An evening of song with, Amanda Henderson (Casualty's Nurse Robyn Miller) saw a full house enthralled at Amandas amazing talent for singing songs from many well know shows. 

This was to raise funds for the church refurbishment program and to support Liverpool City Street Pastors. 

The street Pastors are all volunteers and spend their Saturday nights caring for the revellers in the city centre. This concert raise a significant amount that will help them to continue their work.

Huge thank you to Amanda for giving her time for those cause. For those who didn't make it you missed an amazing evening.


               To check out what the Boys Brigade are up to click HERE


Ken, the 3rd of a series of personal testimonies from ordinary everyday people who share in common a Christian Faith. Click here to hear this simple testimony. 

Dan Holmes leading St James with 'Sing Amen".
Explore Dans music on the following link, 

Coffee morning is on Tuesday 0930 -1230. Coffee, Company and Chat, maybe the odd bit of cake........... 

All you need is love at St James', 

an interesting article on the United Reformed Church website, to read the article click HERE.