Thank you for visiting our website.
The warmest of welcomes awaits you here at St James' Church.
People of all ages and from many walks of life are members of the church. Inspired and strengthened by God, we serve our community in many ways, sharing God’s love as Jesus taught us to do.
Our main service on a Sunday is Holy Communion at 10am. Every 4th Sunday of the month there is a Family Service at 10am. For those who want to start Sunday with a quiet service there is also Holy Communion at 8am.
Baptisms are usually at 12 - noon on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Sunday of the month.
We are able to celebrate weddings, to offer baptism and to give thanks to God for a person’s life at a funeral, to people living in our parish.
St James' is the historic church in Sutton-on-Hull, a Grade II Listed Building dating from 1349, which many people enjoy exploring when they visit the village. Former residents, and many other people with past family connections here, come here for special events in their lives, where St James' timeless history means a great deal to them. Our churchyard has been the burial place of thousands of residents whose many descendants, over the centuries, are now sprinkled to the farthest corners of this earth.
For more details, including a map, please follow the links on the left.
Please note these updated Church Office opening times:
Monday : 11am to 1pm
and Wednesday & Friday
between 10am and 12-noon.
Tel: 01482 703182
Church Office Tel: 01482 703182
postcode : HU7 4TL
The Church Office
in front of The Old School
photo: Alan Thurloe
The Church Hall
For those seeking more information about the
history of St James' Church itself,
a brief history is provided on the
[or click on the Old School image]
Scroll down the left-hand menu and
click on the CHURCH HISTORY button
when you get there.
There is also a great deal more information about the
village and general area, including Wawne and Stoneferry, including a full list of graves in the churchyard.
This is where you will also find photos
and listings of all the names on our
War Memorial, as well as 14 CWGC War Graves
and 5 Family War Graves
in our churchyard
It's the site to go to for local family history help.