• The parish of Pangbourne, Tidmarsh and Sulham
    is a Church of England parish with 3 village churches.
    Our Christian faith community worships together each
    Sunday, Wednesday and Friday every week and on special Christian festival days.
    See the calendar for our Sunday services.
      St James the Less, Pangbourne, Berkshire
      St Laurence, Tidmarsh                                   St Nicholas, Sulham
    Our Lent group study God at Work
    begins 8pm on Thursday 2nd March and runs for 6 weeks until April 6th.
    Please come to the Rectory for an 8pm prompt start, we will have refreshments available from 7.45pm, I look forward to seeing you then, Rev Heather  
    Lent Lunches
    Wednesdays from March 1st   12pm-1.30pm in St James.  Please come, and bring your friends to raise money for Christian Aid.
    Spring at St James the Less
    St Nicholas, Sulham on Spring flower Sunday.

    We received a total of £245 in donations for the Spring flower Sunday. It was busy from the moment we opened up the church at and had a steady stream of visitors all afternoon, including many walkers who had seen the posters while out walking. The crocuses and snowdrops were at their beautiful best! Thanks to everyone who came along that afternoon.

    photo taken last Easter in the Rectory garden then as dawn broke went into St James for a special service
    The church office is open in Pangbourne Village Hall on Wednesdays and Fridays
    from 12 noon until 3pm.

    Noah’s Ark every Friday morning in St James church

    For Mums, carers, babes and preschools every Friday morning from 10am term time in St James. Noah's Ark is a special service for children between the ages of 0 and 5 years and their parents/carers.  Mums and babies come and join us.  Noah's Ark began out of love to support mothers and others caring for very young children.  We have a worship time with a story, songs and shakers and a prayer, followed by refreshments and a craft activity and toys for the children. We are around to offer help and support although responsibility for the children's safety in the church building always remains with parents and carers. God gives his love freely to all of us and there is no charge contact Vanessa Saunders.


    See Get Connected page for Messy Church information




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