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St James' Church Sutton-on-Hull

St James' is a church where Jesus is central, the Bible is our guide and every person is important

Church News

& Upcoming Events

St James was a fisherman - this is his ancient scallop shell
12 Nov 2018


Sutton Village

Christmas Market & Fair 

Sunday 1 December 2019

including Open Church

and Advent Exhibition

in St James’ Church Hall,  

12 noon  to 4pm

An opportunity to see all 25 doors of the Believe in Hull City Advent Calendar

(2018)

in one space.

The large-scale advent calendar is a series of simple, black and white prints made by Yorkshire-based illustrator Simon Smith, inspired by the Christmas story.

Free entrance - Everyone  welcome.


THE POSTER OF THE

SUTTON EVENTS COMMITTEE



















The ever-popular

TUESDAY SALE

is now running again


Everyone Welcome

Bring your Unwanted Items


Ladies! 

Get rid of all those items

that are of no further

use around the house


Do bring your Husbands

there must be something

you can get for him!

COME AND JOIN

ST JAMES' COMMUNITY CHOIR

Do you enjoy singing? 

Would you like to join St James' Community Choir ? 

Fortnightly Rehearsals at 6.00pm on Fridays

(please note amended dates)


Friday 29th November 2019

Friday 6th December 2019

Friday 13th December 2019

Our church is open to all ~

we do hope you will join us

Everyone is welcome

We're sure anyone can sing better than these two!

We meet fortnightly to learn a repertoire

of music so we can support our congregational singing during special services



These two photos are

collages of the photos

taken at the Gloria's

installation service

all of which are now posted

on a new

Photos Page.


click either image to enlarge it

Worship

A Timetable of Weekly Events

held at St Mark's Church on Bellfield Ave

is now posted on the St Mark's page -

click in the menu

There is a map to assist visitors to Sutton ;

use the link in the menu on the left.

ST JAMES' PEOPLE

past & present

After the service
Gathering for prayer
The Procession
Reverend Gloria Naylor


You may have seen this couple around Sutton before,

but just can't place them.

They were well-known residents quite some years ago, and were very involved with

St James' Church. 


In fact, we think they may

have had a hand in building it.

If you happen to spot them,

please do say "Hello" for us.


Meeting friends
Happy Days