Our Christmas services are listed below. A warm welcome awaits you at all our Christmas events and services
The JaM session
A lively form of weekly worship and praise starting at 4pm (new time) every Sunday. It lasts for about an hour and there is FOOD provided. We are back now from our summer hols. Hope to see you!
Arranging a Wedding or Baptism?
Look no further!
Our team of clergy are always on hand to help you with preparations and offer advice.
Contact a member of our clergy team by clicking here
Baptism Ministry Team
Our Baptism Ministry Team are always here to help. Offer advice, guidance and support. Click here
to visit your Baptism Team.
Around the Spire
Our popular Parish Magazine is now available on line. We have given it a 'new look'. It is now A4 size and easier to read. It contains more articles about community matters as well as church news. Please click here
to download your copy.
i Phone iPad? Try iPrayer - God is listening!
In the church you will find a prayer board for you to attach your own prayers. Prayers from the board are offered at Sunday worship. We would like to extend this facility to those who view our web page or Facebook page on line.
and leave a prayer in our comments box. Please leave your name and something about why the prayer has been requested.
STJ's family service is back on the first Sunday of each month at 10.30am. Lots of laughter and fun. Always proves to be a popular event.
Just Giving Page
Our new Just Giving page has been launched. We do hope you can support Saint James'. We are continuing to serve Quedgeley & Kingsway during these difficult times whilst supporting the up keep of the church building. A donation no matter how small will help us enormously. Please support us.
to support Saint James'. Don't delay - Give today!
Below you'll find a QR code. If you have an iPhone use it to scan the QR code. You'll be transferred to our Just Giving Page and you can choose how much you'd like to give. Please give generously.
The St James Book of Remembrance
You can see this book in its case, near the main
door. Names are entered at the request of
relatives, along with the date of death (and age if
requested). The pages are turned daily and there
is always to opportunity to stay and light a candle
as prayer is offered for the person being
There are forms on the table nearby if you would
like a name to be entered in the book - just
complete the details carefully and return the form
These are challenging times and it can take a strain on our mental health. There are two NHS websites that may help. Click on the links nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters
November 30th, 10am-3pm - Revd Mark will lead a
quiet day of reflection on the theme 'An Adult
Christ at Christmas' at St Peter's Framilode. This
will be a chance to rest and dwell in the presence of
our Lord before the busy Advent and Christmas
seasons, taking us deeper into the Christmas story.
There will be a midday Eucharist and a light lunch. We
are aiming for the cost to be £10 per person to cover
heating. There is a sign up sheet at the back of Church
if you would like to attend.
Willow Trust Sponsored Walk – Richard Westwood
raised £187.27. Grateful thanks to everyone who
donated at St James'. Thank you.
Warmest Congratulations to Fr Hugh, who
celebrates the 55th anniversary of his ordination to the
Confirmations in 2024
If you know of anyone aged eleven or older who is
interested in being confirmed – or perhaps you yourself
are interested in exploring Confirmation – please let
the Revd Mark, or any member of the ministry team know
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Tea @2 is still operating every Wednesday from 2.00pm -4.00pm Refreshments, bingo and quiz. Come and make some new friends!
This autumn, the Revd Dr Mark Siddall, Priest-in-Charge of St James’ Church Kingsway and Quedgeley, is leading a series of seminars to help clergy, ministers and readers understand the scriptural, theological and missional imperative to care for God’s Creation.
Before being ordained in 2018, Mark had an international career in climate research and completed extensive scientific study of the climate, focusing on the impact on our world’s oceans.
Listen to Mark on Radio Gloucestershire this Sunday morning. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/live:bbc_radio_gloucestershire
For more information click on: https://gloucester.anglican.org/2023/climate-change-is-a-together-problem-the-revd-mark-siddall/?fbclid=IwAR0Us6Lk_KWWD3zARQmg8qS7XOkgrH6guG9YfzNZjkcx7WNEL3RKXGrJuC8