We are a modern Anglo-Catholic Parish. St Jude's is a modern Church building with a small separate side Chapel, Garden of Remembrance and a Community Hall. The church has disabled access and a loop system for the hard of hearing. Its interior is modern in design, the absence of a screen making it easy to observe the altar area during the service.
The main Sunday service is held at 10.00am with Sunday Club for our younger members and coffee afterwards in the Community Hall. Other weekday said services are held at 10.30am on Tuesday morning, 7.30pm Wednesday evening and Thursday morning at 9.30am. A regular Sunday evening Prayer service is held at 6.30pm every second Sunday.
The Community Hall currently hosts the following organisations the Netherton Women's Fellowship, the Fuschia and Pelgaronium Society, a Line dancing group, Recorders Galore, a Zumba Group, U3A Belly Dancing, Harp and Lyre (children's keyboard lessons), Darling Dancers anda Yoga group. The Hall, which will hold up to 80 people, is available for private hire.
The Community Hall has recently been improved by essential renovation work for which St Jude's obtained a grant funded throught the Landfill Communities Fund of Waste Recycling Group (WRG) administered and distributed by Waste Recycling Environment (WREN)
The Landfill Communities Fund (LCF) currently enables landfill site operators to divert a proportion of their annual landfill tax liability to Environmental Bodies. For further information see www.wren.org.uk
St Jude's Community Hall still has some slots available for regular hire by community groups. For further information please contact the number below.
For information about baptisms, weddings or other church services contact the Rev Geoffrey Keating on 01733 264169.
Please check the link to the dedicated St Jude's website for further information.