St James the Greater is a vibrant place, a worshipping community which has much to offer people of all ages

The Church of St James the Greater, in the Diocese of Leicester, in the East Midlands, can be found just to the south of the centre of the City of Leicester, on the main A6, opposite Victoria Park.

With a design influenced by the great cathedral of Torcello in the Venetian lagoon, it was built between 1899 and 1914, to serve the expanding city of Leicester.

There is a thriving congregation, and the worship is varied, maintaining the best of the Anglican tradition, liturgically and musically, attracting people from all walks of life and from all over the county of Leicestershire and beyond.

The Ministry Team are here to offer support, advice and practical help at all the important times in family life.

Whether you want your baby baptised, a wedding service in church, need support when a death occurs, or just someone to talk to about the christian faith, the clergy are here to assist.

FORTHCOMING CONCERTS AT ST JAMES THE GREATER

A SPIRITUAL HOME FOR THE ARTS

The Band of the Household Cavalry Friday 11th October, 2019

City of Leicester Singers Saturday 9th November, 2019

Leicester Bach Choir Saturday 30th November, 2019

Ex Cathedra Friday 13th December, 2019

For more details, please see our Concert Booking page

The coming week

Friday 20th September, 2019

Saturday 21st September, 2019

St Matthew the Apostle

Sunday 22nd September, 2019

15th Sunday after Pentecost (Trinity 14)

Monday 23rd September, 2019

Tuesday 24th September, 2019

Wednesday 25th September, 2019

Thursday 26th September, 2019

Friday 27th September, 2019

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The Church of St James the Greater is committed to providing a safe and caring environment for all.
We have safeguarding and child protection policies that follow nationally recommended guidelines.

For further information, please contact our

Child Protection Officer, , or our
Vulnerable Adults Protection Officer, .

If you wish to speak to someone outside of the church, the Diocesan Safeguarding Team are also available.


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