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    "We are a family of faith and hope, linked by mutual concern with a desire to serve. We are regularly praying for the people of Hampton Hill and beyond and are here to help."

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    Week beginning Sunday 23 October

    COVID-19 Recommendations
    As with the rest of the country, infections are rising in London and authorities continue to remind us that we should be cautious. However we believe that with some 'baseline' precautions in place we do not need to require worshippers to wear masks any longer, although we still encourage wearing them in indoor spaces where you come into contact with people you don't norally meet. 

    • please cleanse your hands on entry
    • please sit on every other row as marked out
    • when singing, do not sing loudly!
    • when moving around the building please keep a distance
    • we will continue not to physically share the peace, and at communion receiving the wine is optional (please do not kneel touching the rail)
    • we will keep windows and doors open - draughts are a good thing!
    • welcomers and ministers will wear masks when close to others
    • ministers will cleanse hands etc for best hygiene

    8.00 Holy Communion (said)
    9.30 Parish Communion (with music and live streamed on Facebook then accessible on YouTube)

    11.15 Together (a shorter service with families in mind)
    There is no all-age service this week, back after half-term next week


    Mon - Fri 9.00am Morning Prayer (not  Thursday)
    Tues 26 Oct 8.00pm The Prayer Course II - see opposite

    Thursday  9.30am Holy Communion

    Ark Playgroup: "We are sorry for the delay in restarting the Ark Playgroup. We hope to resume after half-term (Mon 1 Nov), when confidence around Covid-19 becomes clearer. We will update the website when a decision has been taken."

    Each day receive a reminder to pray and read the Bible with a link to a short audio reflection. 
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    This week's nugget: There are good reasons to think that climate change measures would not all be about losing out. 
    Reducing consumption of red and processed meat and eating more fruit and vegetables would increase average life expectancy by about eight months, as well as reducing deaths from heart disease, stroke and cancer.
    Better-insulated homes would cut the 50,000 deaths a year linked to cold temperatures, and greater physical activity through increased cycling and walking would improve health and could save the NHS £17 billion over 20 years.

    Pew Sheet Weekly Pew Sheet
    In church for the Sunday services, with the service readings, hymns and prayers and also useful information, contacts, forthcoming events, etc.
    EFlyer Weekly e-Flyer
    Sent directly by email with useful information including the Sunday services, contacts, forthcoming events, etc.
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    The Prayer Course ll
    Five Sessions on alternate Tuesday nights in the church

    Following on from The Prayer Course Pete Greig has a produced a sequel: 
    Tuesday 26 Oct - Holy Saturday: Where?
    Tuesday 9 Nov - Easter Sunday: When?

    Come along for the video content and a chance to discuss some big questions. The course will start at 8.00PM. 

    Saturday 23 October 6:30pm

    Sunday 31 Oct 3.30 All Souls Service - In Loving Memory
    A service at  All Souls tide to remember those who have died and comfort the bereaved. If you would like us to remember loved ones there is a sheet at the back of the church to add names. 

    10.00 - 12:30 Saturday 6 November
    Would you be able to spare some time on a Saturday morning to do some essential autumnal maintenance gardening in the churchyard? Come and join in Caring for our part of Creation. Come for as long as you can; refreshments provided.


    On Monday 8 November some of us will cycle 20 miles (Bushy Park to Richmond Park) to support the work of the Hospital in Milo, Tanzania. We will be asking you to sponsor the cyclists  - but perhaps you would like to join the team? Have a word with Liz Willmot or Derek Winterburn.

    The Nicene Creed - Bishop Graham's Teaching Evenings '21
    Full details here, including booking information

    Church 9:30am Churchyard 10:55am

    A service of commemoration to remember the military and civilian sacrifices made during conflict, followed by the Two Minute Silence at the War Memorial at 11am, and the laying of wreaths by the various groups.


    Parish Communion and Special Services can be seen on Facebook and YouTube

    "Our website, a treasury of facts and photos, introduces you to our church family. For over 150 years the people of St James's have served the local community, marked the key moments in people’s lives, and learned together how to follow Jesus. We hope you find the information you are looking for here."  Revd Derek Winterburn

    Site Map | Search the website | Search for a grave in the churchyard (read the Churchyard Records to help) | Search St James's Archives

    Giving Giving
    If you would like to make a gift online then we have a special weblink for donations: Click here to give securely. Book the church and/or hall
    for your activity
    Make it easier to give regularly to St James's - by direct debit, within the Parish Giving Scheme. Ask Carol Bailey for details.

    The Parish Office is open  020 8941 6003
    Monday, Tuesday and Friday 9.30-12.30
    Tuesday and Thursday 12.30-3.30
    Please call, email or ring Derek Winterburn at the Vicarage (020 8241 5904) for pastoral matters. However he does not work on Wednesdays.


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