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.


The Covid-19 pandemic continues to affect us all and here at St James' we wish to be of support and will try to offer practical help to anyone that requires it in this time of crisis and uncertainty. Please do contact us if you need support or help.

Message from our minister:

Hello again everyone! I am sure that we all feel more hopeful this week following Monday's announcement of the road map out of lockdown. It is wonderful that so many people are being vaccinated and that the other signs are positive. We are awaiting advice and updates from the Methodist and URC Churches, both of whom advised us against opening for worship earlier in the year. As soon as it is safe, we will be ready to open again and welcome you back. In the meantime, our Zoom Sunday Services, Telephone Worship and Worship sent out by post and email are available for you.  Please continue to keep in touch and pray. Don't forget that today is the closing date for Steward Elder nominations.

God Bless. Peter.

P.S. I also continue to put my own thoughts on the Blog.

                                                           Morning Services


As services are suspended, every Sunday we are going to hold our morning service on “Zoom”. The service opens at 10.45am, starts at 11am followed by “after worship” chat. Joining details have been sent out via email, please contact a steward for details if you haven't received them. 


There are also services from: Court Hey: 10:20 for 10:30 & Garston Park: 10:30 for 10:45

(Contact emails for details are in the newsletter.)

And in the afternoon we have Telephone Worship, 

between 2.20pm for 2.30pm on Sunday,  dial in instructions are: 

From your normal “landline” telephone:  Dial0333-006-7775

On being asked, enter the following number, or “Pin”: 08 39 09 01

You will be invited to say your name, and will then be admitted to the Worship Session.



Online worship is available and the large print sheet is here, with the Vine at Home sheet here, Services are on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrmGqAipfSRgi767l2srwrQmchw.live/ 

 

Our Children's & Youth Workers have a YouTube channel called 'The Way',  each Sunday there are worship sessions with activities, prayers and fun, please share and subscribe!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCryJZotipDp-j_bxONkxiXA

Follow the journey to Bethlehem for Christmas just past with pictures drawn and coloured by adults and young people who are part of St James Church Family by clicking here.

Picture from the Church Railings This week's picture reminds me that it has been a long time since I have had my rucksack and walking boots on for a walk along the canal! I am hoping to get back to doing that after 29th March. In the meantime, our Lenten journey in the footsteps of Jesus continues. May we all leave behind negative thoughts and actions, whilst taking on loving and positive ones and may this week be a new beginning with God for you.

DEFIBRILLATOR

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.

   




A glimpse of 


the St James'


church 


weekend!

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

PEOPLE OF FAITH

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, https://www.danholmesmusic.com 


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.