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Sacred Visions: Blake and First Nations Peoples

Changing Our Minds, the recent series of Conversations with North American and Australian speakers, proved a rich and challenging experience. Diane Pacitti was struck by the similarities between the vision of indigenous peoples and that of William Blake, our own artist-poet and prophet, baptised in St James’s in 1757.

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Southwood Garden awarded Green Flag

Catherine Tidnam celebrates St James’s garden receiving the Green Flag Award for 2024/25, reflecting on the importance of accessibility, biodiversity, and sustainable practices, and highlights the transformative experience of showcasing their garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.

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Thought for the Day – Following like James, one step at a time

Daniel Norris celebrates St. James, highlighting his transformative journey with Jesus and encouraging the church community named after him to embrace God’s love, hospitality, and justice.

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Wartime at St James’s

On the 14th October 1940 high explosive and incendiary bombs fell on St James’s Church, Piccadilly, destroying most of the roof and the rectory.

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Clinton Chaloner

Clinton has worked in a variety of media including painting, printmaking, and sculpture, recent years have seen me concentrating on working with wood, creating pieces inspired by and destined for the natural environment.

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Arabella Dorman

Arabella Dorman is a British war artist and portrait painter who has worked with refugees in Lesbos, Calais and Dunkirk. In December 2015 she created an art installation at St James’s by suspending a dinghy, which had been used to transport refugees across the Mediterranean, from our roof.

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‘A deeper love’: Soul at Saint James

Ayla shares her experience of Soul at St James, an uplifting and inspiring monthly Gospel Music event at St James’s with Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir.

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Jesse Darling: Miserere

St James’s Piccadilly presents Miserere, a new commission of artwork in the sanctuary of the church by Jesse Darling 12 -16 October 2022.

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