The Website

 

St James's website is open to all who wish to view it. External sites will open in new browser windows. To find what you are looking for, use the Search facility or check the Site Map.

You are welcome to use material from this site once you have gained permission from the webmaster. You must duly acknowledge the author and source in your usage. The usage of material from St James’s website is governed by the provisions of the Intellectual Property Law. Thank you.

After the St James's Day Parish Communion on 25th July 2000, Bishop Michael of Kensington officially launched St James's Church website created by a member of the congregation. Gradually over the following years various changes and improvements were made making it an integral part of St James's outreach to the local community and beyond by being informative, instructive and educational.  

The website aims to serve the needs of the congregation by providing up-to-date details of services and other events. It might be the first point of contact for people in the local community providing an ideal way to find out about the church and the Christian faith, anonymously. You may be new to the area, looking for a change or something new or perhaps just visiting. Whatever the reason, we would love to meet you and welcome you into our church. The New Here  page describes what goes on inside our church, what to expect when visiting and hopefully encourages people to feel secure enough to take the next step.

• More and more people are looking at the website to find out about using the church for baptism, confirmation, marriage and funerals/interment of ashes.
• People are using the website for booking the church and hall for private functions or concerts, etc.
• The dynamic calendar records dates and times of services and other events so people can check for hall booking availability and to see what’s happening.
• The online searchable database of the churchyard records is used by relatives and friends of the deceased buried in St James's churchyard who wish to find details of the burial.
• These records are also for those interested in the history of the churchyard and the Hampton Hill area, and possibly for other research.
• Many different people look through the website searching for information about a particular aspect of Christianity or the church. Sunday school teachers, school teachers, etc. use the site to help plan their lessons.

Contact

The webmaster Prill Hinckley