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St James Church - Shilbottle

Prayer and Worship Resources You can find this weeks prayer resources, news and services sheets by selecting the About Us tab above and then Latest News in the drop down menu

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Prayer and Worship Resources You can find this weeks prayer resources, news and service sheets by selecting the about Us tab above and then Latest News in the drop down menu

Find out more

Prayer and Worship Resources You can find this weeks prayer resources, news and service sheets by selecting the About Us tab above and then Latest News in the drop down menu

Find out more

Welcome to St James' Church!

The church is normally open at the following times:

1st April – 31st October                10.00 am to 4.00 pm

1st November – 31st March         10.00 am to 2.30 pm

Supporting Good Mental Health  – the following website may be useful during the challenge of the current pandemic:

https://www.churchofengland.org/sites/default/files/2020-03/10961%E2%80%A2Mental%20Health%20Reflections_WEB.pdf

St James’ is the Church of England Parish Church serving Shilbottle, Hazon, Hampeth and Newton-on-the-Moor.  For nearly a thousand years, worship has been offered to God here, local people baptised, married and buried and followers of Jesus in every age have been strengthened by scripture and sacrament.

Our congregation today is as diverse in age and background as it has ever been.  We are a welcoming and loving group of people – aware of our own shortcomings, wanting to reach out to others to share the good news of God’s love and ready to serve others in whatever ways we can.

We are part of a wider network of churches in the Diocese of Newcastle and the Church of England.  You will find links to their websites here.

www.newcastle.anglican.org

www.churchofengland.org

We hope that our website will give you a flavour of our shared sense of purpose as a Christian community and inform you about our worship and other activities.  We invite you to explore these pages and use the link to contact us with any further enquiries.

Generous, Engaged and Open For All

Researching Family History?  You may be interested in this website which has photographs and inscriptions from the graves in out churchyard:

http://www.fusilier.co.uk/shilbottle_northumberland/churchyard/monumental_inscriptions.htm