We are a small church with a big heart. We are trying to get closer to God, to live better lives, to make a difference in the world, and be more truly the people God meant us to be. We are inclusive, and open to questioning and challenges.
Church will be open for most of the hours of daylight, 7 days a week.
Please try to avoid touching too many things! Sanitiser is available on the way in, and please write your name in the book, or use the QR code for track and trace.
Please sit in one of the front pews and observe a sensible distance from any one else in the building. As the contents/ fluid of the hand sanitiser is highly flammable, we have been advised not to allow the lighting of prayer candles at this time.
This Sunday, 6th Dec, there will be a Christingle service online at 4pm. So no morning service. There are packs (with orange, candle, sweets, the lot!) – contact us before Thursday if you’d like one dropping round. Email the vicar here if you’d like a link to join in.
During term time, 8 – 9pm, a discussion about the bible, or prayer, or other relevant topic.
For a link to join the zoom chat – click here
Thursday Coffee Mornings
Virtually of course! !0:30am, or when you’re ready, click here to ask for the link
Under “News” you will find out about the churches response group to Coronavirus – if you need help, or can offer it, please get in touch
Under “News” you will also find past sermons and videos.
If you’re interested in seeing what some of us have been up to then look under “Activites” for pictures of our window festival and flower festival.
If you want to be inspired, or your just curious, watch the films about the building of the church hall, 30 years ago in “St James Church Hall”
Our recent Act of Remembrance is also available to watch.
We are still one family, the body of Christ, even when we cannot physically meet together.
Rev Simon Woodley
Vicar of St James Alderholt Updated 1st Dec 2020