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Events and Fundraising

1811 - 2021: Over 200 years of witness and service

You are invited to join us in any of our events, to see our wonderful Church, and join our services - "Come and see!"

Please note any information to be included here can be sent to: [email protected]

CAN YOU HELP? - There are also always places in the Sunday morning service (and on the afternoon telephone worship) for readers. 

Plus we need help with the ongoing maintenance of our church and hall grounds - none of the jobs are arduous - can you think about giving  your time? 

Announcements and upcoming events for your Diary

Coffee mornings are now on a Thursday - tea, coffee, biscuits and toasted snacks will be available from 09.30 to 11.30 am.

Tea and Coffee, Meet and Greet: We are pleased to offer this opportunity to chat together following Sunday worship after Holy Communion and All-Age Worship services. There will usually be 2 Sundays each month, the weekly news sheet will remind us of these dates.

Want to support a good cause? Pam Alexander is walking 56 miles in February for REFUGE, who on any given day support thousands of women and their children  who are survivors of domestic abuse. Donating just £10 could provide a woman arriving at a refuge with the support she needs for her first night. £52 could fund her and her children's stay. £185 could fund the running of the Helpline for an hour. £500 could run one of the refuges for one day. Every £1 counts. Together we  can make an impact to survivors of domestic abuse. Pam will have a sponsor sheet in church each week for those who wish to

support her, or alternatively you can donate via her Facebook page. 

Harmony Café is on Sunday 12th March, arrivals from 3.45pm, singing from 4.15pm. We are planning to get together to sing some school Assembly / Sunday School favourites to welcome the Spring so please let us know yours and any particular memory they have for you. We can’t promise to sing them all, but we’ll give it a good go – and we can always meet again! Many thanks, Roy and Lynne Barker

In memory of her father-in-law, Fred, Debbie Stanton is going to run the Liverpool half-marathon on 26th March for Parkinson’s UK. The charity helps people  to live as well as they can and hopes to make finding a cure a reality. If you would like to sponsor her, she’ll have forms in Church – and, to add an element of fun, Debbie invites you to guess her finishing time for the opportunity to win a prize! Her training is underway and she can often be seen pounding the streets of Mossley Hill, Garston and Woolton at rather random times of the day – please do shout some words of encouragement if you see her! 

Our Church Pastoral visitors perform an amazing job of offering care to all members of our Church and congregation. However, several have had to retire recently and we are in URGENT need of more people to join our team. Each are allocated a group that they keep in touch with, offering spiritual support in times of joy and sorrow. We work together as a team and training is provided on a regular basis. If you would like to find out more about the role, please speak to Irene Elliott or Peter Hughes. As with all the roles in our Church, Pastoral Visitors will now be safely recruited which will include the need to provide referees, have a DBS check and attend Safeguarding Training.

Monetary Offerings: Your monetary donations are vital to the running and future of St. James Church, please contact Margaret Dee if you would like to change your giving to a Standing Order or join the Weekly Envelope scheme (out now). Also, if you are a UK taxpayer, please consider Gift Aid.

Recycling: We no longer recycle batteries, ink cartridges or spectacles please use the supermarket collection points and opticians respectively.

Church Flowers: If you would like to donate money for flowers, please speak to Jonquil Dickson who can arrange the donation, we have many dates available. We then deliver flowers to people afterwards, If you know someone who you feel would be blessed by receiving flowers, please speak to a steward. We are also looking for volunteers to deliver flowers out to people.

St James Woolton Liverpool concert
St James Woolton Liverpool evening event
St James Woolton Liverpool choir concert
St James Woolton Liverpool Easter cross inside


The Benevolent Fund collection on 22 January for the Nightingale Hospice raised £150 plus gift aid. and the collection for the Royal British Legion raised £175 plus gift aid, many thanks to those who contributed.

We are very grateful for the very generous gifts given during our Gift Day Service

on the 11th December and for those which came in after that date. An amazing total of £643.50 was raised, converted to Asda Gift Vouchers and distributed to

Centre 56; Action for Children; YMCA Together Alt Bank House and Whitechapel Centre. 

Our Winter Fayre on Saturday 19th November raised an amazing £1,327.00. 

The Saturday Coffee Morning on the 12th of November raised £102.00. 

Thank you to everyone for our harvest collections: All We Can envelopes - £132.20, St James collection - £303.30.

The amount collected for Oakleaf was £179.50. The Coffee/Brunch raised £630, this will be shared between The Ukraine Appeal Fund and church maintenance funds.

Members of the Early Intervention team walked 30 miles from Woolton to Southport for UNICEF. Thank you to all who donated, they raised a total of £2,000 plus gift aid.

The collection for World Refugee Day was £206.92 plus gift aid, thanks to all.

Thank you to all those who supported Christian Aid week, to everyone who took part, donated, offered prayers and joined us for 'Star for a Night'.  We raised £ 300 from the envelopes in Church, £125 on the e-envelope and £682 at the event.

The Benevolent Fund collection for Bradbury Fields amounted to £207.05. A huge thank you to all those who donated to this extremely worthy cause.

Pam Alexander completed 310,000 for the fundraising challenge for The Samaritans. Pam walked approx. 132 miles and raised £460 in total. Many thanks, for your support!

The Benevolent Fund collection for the Afghanistan Emergency Appeal totalled £270.

A big thank you to everyone who donated and supported Christian Aid week. The grand total is a fantastic £1,125. Once again thank you for your generosity!

Thank you also to all those who drop the pennies and small change in our small change bucket. This bucket has been with us since 1992, we are very grateful for your donations!

Thank you to all those who have helped with the cost of materials to renovate JIMMY the horse in the church garden. If you would like to make a donation for JIMMY, please speak with Roy or Lynne Barker. Don’t forget, you are welcome to use the garden.

Dan Holmes leading St James with 'Sing Amen".

Explore Dan's music on the following link,