Church of England Diocese of Manchester St. James Daisy Hill

These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.

Daisy Hill Church Jigsaw Challenge

Every day at 1 a.m. for 30m

YOUR OWN HOME
United Kingdom

While we stay at home to keep safe a digital Jigsaw puzzle might help pass the time and challenge the “little grey cells”.

This weeks NEW COLLECTION take us north to the Shetland Islands

Safeguarding note - the puzzles are hosted in a Jigsaw Planet internet account it is advised adults exercise appropriate supervision of children under 13.

Click on MORE ABOUT THIS EVENT, below, to open the jigsaw collection, they work on a small or a large screen with a finger or a mouse and you can configure the number of pieces by clicking on Play As.

Community event Event held in a Private Home
Sunday

Hymn List for the 9th Sunday after Trinity

Every Sunday at 8:45 a.m. for 1hr

St. James the Great
St James Street
Daisy Hill
BL5 2EB
United Kingdom

A recommended list of recorded hymns complied by St James Church Organist which you may want to sing along with and join some exceptional choirs. Click on View attachment.

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Music Hymns Choir Singing
Sunday

Recorded Service the 9th Sunday after Trinity

Every Sunday at 7 a.m. for 30m

St. James the Great
St James Street
Daisy Hill
BL5 2EB
United Kingdom

A recorded Service for the 9th Sunday after Trinity with contributions from members of the different church congregations in the team.

Click on MORE ABOUT THIS EVENT to view the video.

The readings and text of the homily for this service can be found in this weeks Pewsheet located on the News and notices page ( click the tab on the left ) .

Recorded service
Wednesday

Order of Service for Holy Communion According to the Book of Common Prayer

Every Wednesday at 10 a.m. for 30m

St James Street
Daisy Hill

The order of service for HOLY COMMUNION According to the Book of Common Prayer- Click on VIEW ATTACHMENT .

In more normal times this Book of Common Prayer service takes place each Wednesday at 10.00am and on the second and fourth Sunday of each month at 8.00am.

You may like to read and follow the service in your own home in these difficult days.

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Book of Common Prayer