Welcome to our Website!
We are a group of ordinary people who seek to follow Jesus Christ in whom we find meaning and purpose to our lives, and we seek to serve our community in his name.
**ARRANGEMENTS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS**
In line with the present Government guidance our church is now operating restricted opening times for prayer, meditation and worship as follows:
Private prayer and meditation: from 10.00 am until 3.00 pm on Wednesdays and Saturdays only;
Holy Communion: 10.00 am on Sundays. *
(Face masks must be worn in church. A one-way system is in operation and you are asked to maintain the two-metre social distancing rule. Hand sanitiser is available as you enter and leave the building.)
*PLEASE NOTE: the Sunday Communion Service will be streamed live on Facebook and will then be available on our Facebook page - please click on "Services" below for the link.
To keep in touch with the latest news, click "VICAR'S MESSAGES" below.
Please feel free to explore our website bearing in mind that, other than the above-mentioned, all future events which were planned to take place have been postponed or cancelled until further notice.
We hope that you will find all the information about our church and parish that you need. However, if you cannot find what you are looking for, please feel free to contact one of the people listed on the contacts page. The "Magazine" tab above will take you to our magazine archives where you will be able to gain some idea of parish life and past events. Please explore some of the other tabs for details of our regular pattern of Services before the current crisis. We hope to add further pages in the future and if you have any comments or suggestions as to what you feel would be helpful, please let us know.
For Baptisms, Wedding and Funeral arrangements, please contact one of the clergy by clicking one of the links below:
The Vicar, Revd. Mark Williams : Tel: 01778 217366 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Curate, Revd. Sonia Marshall : Tel: 01778 346420 email@example.com
The church is normally open for prayer and quiet contemplation during daylight hours but should it be closed and you need access urgently, please contact the Vicar.
Deeping St James Priory Church takes the safeguarding and care of children and vulnerable adults very seriously.
Click to see our Safeguarding Statement or our Safeguarding Policy and the Church of England Safeguarding policy
© Deeping St. James PCC 2020
Revised: August 2020