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    Our Sunday worship times are:  9.30 a.m. - a sung Family Communion 
 suitable for all ages and is our main service;  4.30 p.m. (Oct - Mar),           
6.30 p.m. (Apr - Sep) - a formal sung Evensong with a wide range of styles.

    We are pleased to see families who bring their young ones for Baptism.
 We ask them to join us at our 9.30 a.m. service so that as many as 
 possible are given the opportunity to welcome the little ones into 'our f
amily'.

    Encouragement is given to people who wish to affirm their faith by 
 offering themselves for Confirmation and we make their first Communion  a very special time for them.

    We are blessed with many weddings during the year and our Mothers' 
 Union supports the couples by running a Marriage Preparation Day to  help them decide the finer details of their big day.

    Arrangements and enquiries for the above 'occasions' should be made  to a Churchwarden after a 9.30 a.m. service.

    The church has a tradition of singing and we have a faithful choir,  directed by our accomplished Organist and Choirmaster, who meet on  Thursday evenings at 7.45 p.m. for practice.

    The Luncheon Club meets for a chat and an excellent value, four-      course meal in the Crypt on Thursday at 12.15 p.m..

    The Mothers'Union meets at 2.30 p.m. on the first Monday of the  month, and the Wives group get together for coffee on Thursday evenings.

    Our flourishing Brownies meet on Monday evenings, 6.00 - 7.00 p.m. for  a varied programme of fun and interest.

    The Kntting Group meet in the Crypt on the third Monday of the month 
 from 2.00 - 4.00 p.m.

    We welcome the Dudley Choral Society for their practice on Monday 
 evenings, 7.30 - 9.00 p.m.

    St James also has a close link with Jessons C. of E. Primary School
 which prides itself on offering the neighbourhood the traditional values of 
 academic performance and social skills in a disciplined yet caring 
 environment.  Although it is a church school, we are delighted to welcome
 children from a wide range of cultures and beliefs, all of these being  valued and respected.  The curriculum is wide and assists in the  development
of children on their route to becoming first-class citizens.

    
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                   St James is not always easy to find and parking
                is limited around the church; so if you're travelling,
             do leave time.  The church is situated at Eve Hill at the  
            junction of Wolverhampton Street, Salop Street, Himley 
                 Road and The Parade.  The postcode is DY1 2AN.

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 For details of parish events and news, go to our Blogsite

                  http://stjamesdudley.blogspot.com  

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