About us

About us
 

St James is the Church of England Parish Church of Hampton Hill, Middlesex. We are a family friendly community of Christians, a wide range of people from different backgrounds and of different colours and ages. We are open to and challenged by the future, seeking to equip people for their daily lives, inspired by our worship of God. We have a keen desire both for growth in numbers and also to make a contribution to the community, locally, nationally and globally. Whoever you are you are assured of a very warm welcome at our church.

St James's mission

The central objective of all our church activities, our mission, is spreading a Christian influence in our local community and beyond. We are concerned with the whole Christian church, secular matters, the country and indeed with the world as a whole. Mission implies active participation, sometimes by active membership of other organisations, sometimes directly by gifts. Our mission is to be more active as disciples of Christ in our community and in our daily working lives; to make our church a welcoming and relevant place to all people, regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities or economic circumstances; and to take seriously our responsibilities to the wider world. Discover some of the ways we engage with mission at St James's Church.

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The vision for the future

The vision for the future is of continuing development and growth; a journey of exploration and of new understanding. That vision is also to be increasingly inclusive, involving a wider group of people across the parish and welcoming others to join us.

About this website

As well as the links at the top of each page, there are a few additional sections included in this website. These sections can also be accessed from the bottom of the home page:

History
Events through tthe years | Magazine archives | Churchyard records | Themes through the yearsChurch & groundsChurch life; Mission; Services

Church & grounds
Inside the church: Baptistry; Belfry; Chancel; Nave; North aisleSanctuary; South aisleSouth porch; VestryWest porch | Church hall | Churchyard | Stained glass windows | Tower & spire | Vicarage

Church life
Services | Clergy: Our vicar; Our curate | Supporting the services: Bellringing; Flower arranging; Parish breakfast; Servers; Sidespersons | Care of the church | Parochial Church Council (PCC) : APCM; PCC teams | Churchwardens | Electoral Roll | Social life | Groups

Pictures
Photo albums

Using this website 

St James's website is open to all who wish to view it. External sites will open in new browser windows. To find what you are looking for, use the search facility or check the site map.

You are welcome to use material from this site once you have gained permission from the webmaster. You must duly acknowledge the author and source in your usage. The usage of material from St James’s website is governed by the provisions of the Intellectual Property Law. Thank you.

Any questions or comments about the website please contact the webmaster Prill Hinckley.

We are a Registered Charity, number 1129286.