27 Church Sreet, Weybridge, Surrey KT13 8DF   |   01932 856399

Our Rector writes ;

I am pleased to say that the church is now hosting public worship on Sundays with eucharistic services at 10.00am and 11.00am.  We have worked hard to ensure that all are safe at these services and that social distancing protocols are strictly observed.  This means that we can only accommodate a limited number of households for each service.  In order to manage this situation we require you to book in advance every time you wish to attend, using the Eventbrite website.  We know this does not sit easily with our aim of being as inclusive as possible but it is the only way for the time being.  More detailed guidance for booking is available on our Facebook page and in our weekly newsletter.  The Facebook page can be accessed here and if you wish to receive our newsletter please send a request to dpo@stjamesweybridge.org.uk.

The church is currently open Monday to Saturday 9.00am until 12.30 am for private prayer.  When you enter the church for this purpose please understand that social distancing rules will apply.  Please enter through the south door (nearest the parish centre) and sanitise your hands using the gel provided.  Only part of the church is available and seating is marked.  There is a facility for lighting candles.  Leave via the north door (wheelchair users may use the north door for entry and exit – the ramp is easier

Most importantly, I want you to feel welcome and safe in your Parish Church – and if you have any reason to ask for prayer, please send your request to me by email at brian.prothero@talktalk.net or to my colleague Louise  at revlouisebishop@btinternet.com and we will ensure that your prayers are prayed, on behalf of the Church.

With every blessing,

Brian Prothero

 

Welcome to the website of St James’, the parish church in Weybridge.  You may be browsing here for a lot of different reasons.  Perhaps you want to know about services or church groups, or to get up to date with church news.  Maybe you want to hire our parish centre.  You might want a wedding, baptism or funeral.  Or you might be seeking someone to talk to about something that concerns you.  Whatever it is, we hope you will find what you are looking for.

This is our new website and it will take a while to get it fully up and running so bear with us while we get it finished.You can find out more about what makes us tick here

Currently, the church is open for private prayer Monday to Friday 9-12:30 and eucharist services on Sundays, but the parish centre remains temporarily closed.  You can stay in touch with us via our newsletter, which you subscribe to here.  We also have a Facebook page on which we are posting thought for the day and prayer for the day videos and sharing news and conversation which is here.

The Rector is Brian Prothero. He or his colleagues would be delighted to hear from you if you’d like to know more.  You can find contact details here and a list of some of the St James’ team here (links not yet active, sorry)

Anyone required to organise a funeral, please be assured of a listening ear, sympathy and how to proceed in these unusual times of challenge. Please contact the Rector, Brian Prothero via the Parish Office or on Tel 01932 856399

From Monday 6th April Runnymede Foodbank are working with Runnymede Borough Council and will be moving to a home delivery service until the Covid-19 civic emergency is over. The Foodbank will NOT be open at the church till further notice. 

If you require Food Aid please call: 01932 838383 (option 5), and an electronic voucher will be issued directly to the Foodbank warehouse for making up and delivery.

If you want to know more about donating to the food bank, please click here.

Our Vision

  • to offer worship of high quality to God whose love is recognised in the person of Jesus Christ
  • to help all who come into contact with the Church to find something of God
  • to offer a secure and non-threatening context in which to grow

We are

  • rooted in the Sacrament of the Eucharist, where bread and wine show the presence of Jesus Christ in the world
  • caring for each other as best we can without intruding
  • aware of our own shortcomings and long for more company