Worship and Service Times


WORSHIP AT ST JAMES

Every Sunday
9.30 am
The principal gathering of the St James Family
A Sung Mass (Communion) with Sermon, Music, Incense and Vestments followed by refreshments and conversation.
Your participation is welcome and needed.
Every Thursday
10 am
A Said Chapel Service of Holy Communion with Healing Anointing following the Mass.
Come pray for yourself or others. Coffee and Tea follow.
First Sundays
9.30 am
Except August
Worship and Program for Families with Children during the PARISH MASS.
Godly Play is used. Children Come in at Communion.

A Eucharist is celebrated on all major holy days.

See weekly news pew sheet for up-to-date notices and times of services.

Home Communions: Contact the Pastoral Assistant Lin Laffar, Simon Emdin and Mike McCormack or one of the clergy.
If in hospital tell us the NAME you are under; THE HOSPITAL; the WARD and BED; and the best way to be in touch (mobile).

MONTHLY SERVICES

First Saturdays: ROSARY is offered at 10 am led by Mike McCormack
Walsingham Prayer Cell of Our Lady of Merton and St James the Great

5th Sundays 6 pm : Chanted Compline (or Evensong) and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament

CONFESSIONS

Sacrament of Reconciliation as announced or arranged.

BIBLE STUDY

First Wednesday of Month at 7.30 pm in church. See Simon Emdin.
The Bible is used extensively in our worship.

You are encouraged and welcome to attend Choral Evensong at St Mary's Merton on Sundays at 6.30 pm.

COMING UP

3 December 9.30 am Advent Sunday Mass.
6.30 pm Service of Music and readings for Advent.



REGULAR EMAIL NEWS AND UPDATES
Apply to parishpriest@stjames-merton.org.uk

PRAYER REQUESTS to: parishpriest@stjames-merton.org.uk or leave in the PRAYER REQUEST box on the lawn of the church.
Prayer Board is also found in the Lady Chapel (Open during daylight hours).


ALL ARE ALWAYS WELCOME

Choir meets on Fridays at 7.30 p.m. Contact Wendy Faulkner for details.

WATCH for notices on a possible youth/children's choir.

Servers are welcome and needed, contact Simon Emdin.

If you would like to read at services, help with the offertory or be a greeter see Father Jim.

A place to belong....a place to become
Fr Jim Rosenthal, Priest in Charge
020 3016-5156