Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Welcome to St. James Garlickhythe

We are a church in the heart of The City, disciples of Jesus Christ, offering worship to God, and serving the people who live and work here. This website gives details of who we are and what we do, and tells the story of our beautiful 17th century church, known as Wren's Lantern, which stands on a site where Christian worship has been offered since Saxon times.

Please come and join us!

If you work or live in the parish, and are interested in joining us, having a child baptised, or getting married, come along to a service or get in touch.

Church opening time and services

Monday to Thursday the church is normally open 8am-9am, 12pm-1pm and 5pm-6pm

Holy Eucharist: Monday to Thursday at 12:15pm

Morning prayer: Monday to Thursday at 8:15am

Evening Prayer: Monday to Thursday at 5:15pm

The Angelus is recited, and the bell rung, three times a day as a reminder of the Incarnation of Our Lord Jesus Christ: at 9am, 12 noon, and 6pm

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available by appointment with Fr Tim, or every Wednesday after Holy Hour

 

Second week of Advent

 

Monday, 10th - Mass of Advent 2

Eucharist 1215 at St Michael Paternoster Royal

 

Tuesday, 11th – Feria

Eucharist 1215 at St James Garlickhythe

 

Wednesday, 12th – Feria

No Eucharist

 

Thursday, 13th – St Lucy, Virgin and Martyr

Eucharist 1215 at St James Garlickhythe

 

Friday, 14th – St John of the Cross, Priest and Teacher

No Services in church

 

Saturday, December 15th – Feria

No Services in church

 

Sunday, December 16th - Advent 3

0900 Said Eucharist

1030 Parish Carols

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