Building Project

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We are on a mission to bring St James Church building back to life. The building is of significant historic, architectural and cultural importance.

 

The Grade 2* listed building, derelict for 39 years.

St James in the City meet inside a tent inside a crumbling Grade II* listed building. The vision of the St James ‘Heritage & Hope’ project is to transform the building, into a welcoming and usable space, for the benefit of the local community. It is to inspire people to re-discover the hidden heritage held within St James, to celebrate its history, diversity and character, to benefit from its rich cultural heritage, bringing hope to a new generation. You can download our full Vision Statement by clicking below. Please also click on the other links to find out more...

 

vision statement

 

history


heritage and hope


war memorials 

 

history group archive

 

Please pray for us, as we seek to in live out our God given calling, in our task for 'regeneration, for a new generation'.



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We are a new Anglican Church developing a fresh model of church in response to a modern city culture. Students, families, professionals - whatever your walk of life - we welcome you! 

St. James in the city church - Liverpool


Sunday service: 4.00pm
At St James Church


We're part of the HTB Focus network and we're passionate about worship, Bible teaching and changing the nation for Jesus.

 

 

We are a new Anglican Church developing a fresh model of church in response to a modern city culture. Students, families, professionals - whatever your walk of life - we welcome you!

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