Supporting Christian Aid

The Christian Aid Pop-Up Shop on Main Street opened today and open through to and including Sunday. The shop owner goes on holiday for a few days each year and allows Churches Together to take over and do...

New heating system

Here is the work almost being finished today.  The new boiler has already made a made difference over the last few weeks.  The extra and improved radiators going in should add to it.  We almost want the cold weather back to check out how good the system now...

May 2018 Services & Readings

Sun 6th 9.30am Family Communion Service Acts 10: 44-end / John 15: 9-17 Wed 9th 9.30am Mid-week Communion Sun 13th 9.30am Morning Worship Acts 1: 15-17, 21-26 / John 17: 6-19 Wed 16th 9.30am Mid-week Communion Sun 20th   9.30am   Family Communion Service Acts 2: 1-21...

Soup and Sandwiches

April’s ‘Soup and Sandwiches” may have got off to a slow start, but then it got quite busy and the Bring and Buy Stall did well too. The next “Soup and Sandwiches” will be in September but there will be a Coffee Mornings over the summer...

Looking into Lent

Things have moved on since the last entry here spoke about ‘autumn’. We didn’t even put up anything on this page about what we were doing at Christmas (sorry!) but we did share a final Christmas thought at our service at the end of January to mark the baby Jesus being...

Exploring Faith Together this Autumn

Luke’s Gospel tells us that the risen Lord walked the road to Emmaus with some disciples on the evening of the first Easter Sunday. He is shown doing so on the pulpit in our sister church of St Michael’s, Haworth. The Revd Peter Mullins invites us all to explore...

Nightflyers Big Band Concert

Nightflyers Big Band brightened up a miserable September evening  at St James’. Comprising of 14 musicians, including singer Susie Hart MBE, they played a wide variety of 40s music – Glenn Millar, Duke Elington and many more. Some people even made good use...

Big get-together Coffee Morning

BIG GET-TOGETHER COFFEE MORNING, (June 2017) As we had hoped this “get-together” was a gathering of friends and people in the community, enjoying each other’s company and celebrating many of the things that we have in common. It was deliberately extended to enable...

Welcoming Rev’d Peter Mullins

On Wednesday 28th June, St James’ hosted the service as the Rev’d Peter Mullins was instituted as Rector of Haworth, Cross Roads and Stanbury  by the Bishop, Right Rev’d Toby Haworth, and inducted by the Archdeacon Very Rev’d. Andrew Jolley....

“Tour de Yorkshire” 2017

This year (2017), on Sunday 30th April, the route came past st James’. The church stayed open throughout the morning until after the race had passed. Bacon sandwiches, cakes and hot drinks were available in the hall, and these were enjoyed by both church members...