We’re delighted to announce our Christmas services are open to all with no booking required & also live-streamed on our YouTube channel.
Our Advent Contemplative Space is also online every Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 6pm to 7pm.
Everyone is welcome to join our weekly Sunday Eucharist where we come together as a community in-person and online to celebrate God in word, sacrament, prayer and music.
Our FEAST and Sunday Breakfast guests are in dire need of warm coats, jumpers, trousers, socks, men’s shoes, scarfs, hats and any waterproofs.
Please drop off donations of clean and good quality clothing to reception whenever we are open.
We are looking for an outstanding person to fill a new senior role of Operations Director, as part of a senior executive team.
Salary: £55k – £65k pa depending on experience.
Closing date: 12noon on Friday 17th December
Sign up now for our 5-week course exploring gender, sexuality, sex & relationships
On Sundays 12.30pm to 2pm
starting 9th January 2022
Going to church isn’t an ordinary thing to do these days and sometimes it takes a lot of courage just to get through the door. Watch this short welcome video from Lucy our Rector about what you can expect to find when you visit St James’s.
Wednesday 8 December at 1:10pm
Raymond Wui-Man Yiu, piano
Friday 10 December at 1.10pm
Bocheng Wang, piano
Beethoven – Piano Sonata No. 32 in C minor, Op.111
Debussy – Pour le piano
Friday 10 December at 7:30pm
Chris Hopkins, conductor
John Williams – Music from E.T.
Glinka – Ruslan and Ludmila Overture
Myaskovsky – Symphony No.27
We believe that a spiritual life requires practical action: feeding, reconciling, healing & forgiving.
As a church, we want to find ways continually to put our faith into action.
Explore our Earth & Social Justice projects & events through the menu above, & catch up on our latest news here.
Find out about Flight, a social justice art installation that featured in 2015.
The Bethlehem Unwrapped Festival took place at St James’s from 23 December 2013 to 5 January 2014 and received press coverage from all over the world.
Suspended seeks to highlight the plight of these refugees, with particular emphasis on those who are now stranded in cities and detention centres across Europe – men, women and children hung between loss and hope, suspended between a past to which they cannot return, and a future to which they cannot move forward.
In a record-breaking year for the Green Flag Award, as the scheme marks its Silver Jubilee, The Southwood Garden at St James’s Church Piccadilly, is one of 2127 parks and green spaces celebrating success.
On 5 September 2021, 40 walkers from across the country set off from St James’s Piccadilly on a 500-mile journey to the United Nations Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP26) in Glasgow.
St James’s Church has been at the heart of its community since 1684. We invite you to play your part in securing this historic place for generations to come.