Saturday, January 20, 2018

Welcome to St. James Garlickhythe

Welcome to the website of 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

The Church is generally open Monday to Thursday between 7am and 9am, 12pm and 1pm, and 5pm to 6.30pm.

On Sundays sung Eucharist is celebrated at 10:30am

Morning prayer is Monday to Thursday at 7:30am

Eucharist is celebrated Monday to Thursday at 12:10pm

Evening prayer is Monday to Thursday at 6pm

This week - The second week after the Epiphany

Monday, January 15th  – Feria 

12:10pm Eucharist

Tuesday, January 16th – Feria 

12:10pm Eucharist

Wednesday, January 17th – Antony of Egypt, hermit, abbot 356

12:10pm Eucharist

Thursday, January 18th - Week of Prayer for Christian Unity begins

8am Eucharist

Friday, January 19th – Wulfstan, bishop, 1095

No services 

Saturday, January 20th – Richard Rolle, hermit, spiritual writer, 1349

No Services

Sunday, January 21st - The third Sunday after the Epiphany

10:30am Sung Eucharist 

Celebrant and preacher: The Ven. Fr Luke Miller, Archdeacon of London


Latest News

Fri, 19/01/2018 - 08:17
Fr Tim is away this weekend, so S.James has the great pleasure of welcoming The Ven. Fr Luke Miller, the Archdeacon of...
Thu, 18/01/2018 - 17:30
It was a great privilege to welcome veterans of HMS Illustrious to St James on Thursday, January 18th for their annual...
Wed, 10/01/2018 - 17:27
We were delighted to hear the news that our Director of Music and organist, Dr Andrew Parmley, has received a...