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The best way to discover who we are and what we're all about is to come to our Sunday service, worship God with us and meet the church family.


4pm Service

We meet at 4pm on Sunday afternoons at St James Church on Upper Parliament Street. [Find us: Map]

Worship: Starting with a gathering song of praise, our afternoon service comprises sung worship, liturgy & intercession, a talk and a time of prayer ministry & response. Once a month we celebrate Holy Communion together. 

Teaching: Everyone can catch our latest Sunday talks by visiting our website's podcast page in the resources tab. 

STJ Kids: If you have children then your little ones can enjoy our family worship in the main service and join in with the STJ Kids programme which has groups for all ages.

After the service we enjoy a tea or coffee and a bite to eat. We warmly invite you to join us!

This is often at the back of church but sometimes, we pop over to St. James' House for our food.

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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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