Welcome to the beautiful and ancient church of 

St James, Great Horwood and Singleborough

 

 

CORONAVIRUS: Please note that because of the threat from the Covid-19 virus we are unable

to provide public worship at the present time.  We continue to hold a service each Sunday in

St Laurence but without a congregation.  Instead, these services are being video recorded and

made available for viewing through the internet. In order to view the service please click on the

following link

 https://www.facebook.com/StLaurenceChurchWinslow/videos/

If you miss the live link then you can find a recording of the service in the Videos menu of the

Facebook page.

 

We are also offering weekly prayer resources. Please click on the links below.

Gospel readings for the week ahead

Hymns for the Sunday Service


Please read 'The Parish Pump' for further
information (see top menu).

 

QUIZ  Please join us for our first ever internet-based quiz using the Zoom meetings tool.
 
We are planning to hold it at 6pm for 6:30 on Saturday 16th May.
 
Please click here for more information and entry instructions

 

 

INFORMATION ABOUT ST JAMES'

As you leave Winslow and turn right heading for Great Horwood you will soon see the Church Tower of St James. The Church is centrally sited in the High Street of Great Horwood.  Click here to be taken to a map of our location.

 

A fascinating article appeared in The Buckingham & Winslow Advertiser, 1st August 2014, as part of local historian Ed Grimsdale's series 'Back to the Past'.  In it he has condensed an article which appeared in a Detroit newspaper in 1881 describing an American's experience of bellringing at St James'. Click here to read the article for yourself.

 

SAFEGUARDING: WHAT TO DO IF YOU'RE CONCERNED ABOUT SOMEONE

Seek advice from our Parish Safeguarding Officer :

                         Chris Ryalls

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          or visit oxford.anglican.org/safeguarding

This Benefice has adopted the Church of England's Safeguarding Policy as our local policy.