We are at 197 Piccadilly London W1J 9LL between Piccadilly and Jermyn Street, about 200 yards from Piccadilly Circus.
St James’s Church follows the government’s guidance on Covid protocol. All visitors are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings when inside the church if they can, and to check in on arrival using the NHS Covid-19 app.
Wednesday 27 October at 6pm
Join Elaine Graham, Nicola Slee and Sara Maitland for a discussion on what it means to be an Anglican lay woman in the CofE, today.
A year ahead of the thirtieth anniversary of the Church of England General Synod approving legislation to allow women to become priests, we invite you to reflect with a group of older Anglican lay women on what has changed, what has yet to change, and what still needs to be re-imagined.
We hope this will be a conversation between young and old, among old friends and new who are concerned with the place and status of women both in the Church of England (narrowly) and in the wider Church as well as across the world.
Tuesday 26 October at 7:30pm
Join us for an evening of sustainable glamour with Emeli Sande and Yoana Karamova; organist Anna Lapwood and climate scientist Ed Hawkins.
Thursday 11 November at 7pm
In collaboration with our neighbours at Waterstones Piccadilly, we’re delighted to present an evening with the Sunday Times best-selling author Lindsey Kelk as she launches her new novel On A Night Like This.