St. James, Bix

Welcome to St James Bix.  The church is open for private prayer every day from 10am - 4pm.  Our church is part of a Benefice (group) of 4 churches.  Services at St James are listed below, but when there isn't a service at St James there will be a service at one of the other churches in our benefice according to the following pattern (Nuffield is also connected to our group):

Services during August:  Please note that there are changes to our normal service pattern during the month of August. Please click on 'Services and events' for further details.

First Sunday of the month:  Holy Communion 9.15am Pishill church. 11.30am Morning Prayer Holy Trinity, Nuffield.

Second Sunday of the month: Holy Communion 10.30am St James, Bix. 11.30am Holy Communion Holy Trinity Nuffield. Choral Evensong 4pm (GMT, 5PM BST) St Nicholas, Rotherfield Greys

Third Sunday of the month: Holy Communion 9.15am St Bartholomew, Nettlebed.  Holy Communion 11.30am Holy Trinity Nuffield.  Evening Prayer 5pm ZOOM

Fourth Sunday of the month: All age service 10.30am. St James, Bix.  Holy Communion 10.30am St Nicholas, Rotherfield Greys.  Family Service 11.30, Holy Trinity Nuffield

Fifth Sunday of the month: One service of Holy Communion at 10.30am held in churches by alphabetical order.  Morning Prayer 11.30am Holy Trinity, Nuffield. 

Get in touch

The Benefice Administrator

St Nicholas Church
Rotherfield Greys
Henley on Thames

Benefice Administrator
(01491) 628297
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Lent Study Group

Every Wednesday at for 1 hour
St. James, Bix
Bix Hill Bix Henley-on-Thames, RG9 6BX, United Kingdom

Lent lasts five weeks and so it is roughly a tenth of a year. As such it can be seen as a 'tithe' to give to God more of our time and attention.

On Wednesdays in Lent, beginning Wednesday 21st February , a Lent study group will meet at St. James, Bix 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. to study the Creed. Everyone, including atheists, have beliefs that make life meaningful. These beliefs often go unexamined and unacknowledged. For example, the belief in 'justice' or 'fairness'.

Beliefs can often be rationally demonstrated, but not always empirically proved. Christians have beliefs that arise from God's revelation of himself. Short summaries of the Church's core beliefs are found in the two Creeds: Apostles and Nicene. On Wednesday afternoon in Lent we will examine what we believe and why, and we will discuss the struggles and questions we might have as we seek to understand our faith. All are welcome to what I hope will be an engaging and helpful discussion