Sunday Worship

We regularly have two services each Sunday

  • 9.30am—Family Communion in church.
  • Refreshments for both services
  • 11am—ACE (Active Church for Everyone) in church.

Everyone is very welcome!

In January 2023 ACE has a month of celebrations find out more on the news page

  • Sunday 1st January 10.30AM - Team Service at St Philips, Westbrook. NO SERVICE AT ST JAMES

Find out about our Year Of Prayer in 2023

Face coverings are optional in church under current Covid rules.

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We are an Inclusive Church and a Child Friendly Church

St. James is a parish church in the Anglican Diocese of Liverpool.  We serve an urban parish in the West of Warrington.   As well as regular Sunday morning worship we pride ourselves on our fellowship and regular social events.  Please have a look around and see what we do. We are part of the West Warrington Team with St Mary's, St Paul's and St Philip's Anglican churches.

Rev Martin Thorpe

Rev Martin Thorpe and the congregation would always be glad to see you at worship, or one of our other events.

You can contact Martin by e-mail martinthevicar@btinternet.com

Rev Rebecca Lloyd

Rev Rebecca Lloyd is our curate. You can contact her by email: revrebeccalloyd@outlook.com

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To book Weddings, Baptisms, or Funerals at St James please contact the Rev Rebecca by email revrebeccalloyd@outlook.com You will normally be asked to come along to one of our Sunday morning services to book a baptism, wedding or to have your banns read.

If you, or someone you know would value a visit from the Pastoral Visiting Team, please contact the Wardens after the Sunday service or by e-mail, using the link below.

You can contact us by e-mail info@stjameschurch.info and your message will be passed to an appropriate person within the church.

If you experience any problems using this site please let us know info@stjameschurch.info

You can also visit our contact page.

St James Westbrook takes its duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England's robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at www.churchofengland.org/safeguarding

If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues on a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information at http://www.liverpool.anglican.org/safeguarding