Harvest celebrations continue at St. James Church Sunday 7th October.

This afternoon our church will be open for afternoon teas. Just drop in to the church any time between 2pm and 5pm, and treat yourself to a traditional cream tea and a chat with some of our congregation.

We will be having our Harvest Festival Concert at the church at 6pm tonight. We have some beautiful music lined up, and it promises to be a fantastic evening giving thanks for God’s bounty.

Our regular services take place each Sunday at St. James Church, Forton, Lancashire – click here for more details.

Celebrate Harvest with us this Sunday 7th October!

Tomorrow we will be at St. James Church to celebrate and give thanks for the bountiful harvest that we are so lucky to receive this and every year. Come and join us at 10.00am for this special all-age service. Don’t worry if you’ve never been before, our friendly team will be glad to welcome you to our lovely little church. And you are very welcome to stay after the service to have a coffee and a chat!

There is also a Harvest Festival Concert at 6pm, which is our more formal tribute to God’s amazing generosity to us all.

St James Church is located on Whinney Brow Lane in Forton, Lancashire. Why not see what else we get up to, by clicking here!

It’s Messy Church time again!

Our wonderful church team are once again opening the doors at Forton Primary School to welcome all-comers to our Harvest Messy Church celebration.

Come and join us from 4pm to 6pm tomorrow, Saturday 6th October, for crafts, games, worship, food and fellowship. We would love to see you there!

Join us for our Family Quiz night, Friday 28th September, 7pm.

Bring all your cleverest friends to our family quiz night, and it’s heads down at 7.30pm for the first question. All ages welcome! Tickets cost £3.00 per adult, children go free.

We are at Forton Village Hall for the evening, and the ticket price includes a hot potato pie supper.

Don’t miss this great family event; we are looking forward to discovering the amazing skills and astounding knowledge of all our participants. We aim to finalise the prize winners by 9.30pm, and you can round off the evening with a drink from the donations bar.

 

All Age service this Sunday 5th August!

Are the kids getting bored this summer? Why not come along to our all age service this Sunday 10am to 11am. Our service is family friendly and always a lot of fun. We look forward to seeing you there!

St James Church is located on Whinney Brow Lane in Forton, Lancashire. Why not see what else we get up to, by clicking here!

Sunday 22nd July St. James Day celebration service

Next Sunday we will be celebrating St. James Day with a special celebration service at St. James Church, at 10.00am.

Come and join us as we worship God and give thanks for our own Church Saint!

St James Church is located in Forton, Lancashire, and we welcome all newcomers and regular attendees through our doors! Come and find out more about the love of God, and join our friendly and happy fellowship!

Rose Queen service at St. James Church, Forton, Lancashire.

Forton enjoyed it’s annual field day on Saturday 30th June, with fantastic weather and lots of family fun. Most importantly, it also saw the crowning of our new rose queen, Grace.

Sunday also dawned bright and sunny, perfect weather for Grace to celebrate her inauguration within the welcoming fellowship of St. James.

Grace was ably supported by her retinue, and they all looked absolutely stunning. We wish them all the best for the coming year, and we feel sure they will represent our village well.

Art sale by local Lancashire artist Steven Hunt

Now on display in St. James church, artwork by Forton’s own artist Steven Hunt, is now on sale. This prolific artist is displaying his God-inspired creations of the last  10 years.

The pieces are all offered for sale without a price label, in recognition of the fact that admirers of Steven’s work may not be able to pay a specific price – instead, buyers are being asked to donate whatever amount they are able to. Every single penny raised will go towards the St. Pauls graveyard drainage project.

Members of the congregation both young and old were delighted to be able to see Steven’s work over the last decade, and some of the paintings have already been sold.

It’s not too late to see Steven’s work for yourself – and possibly grab a bargain too! His exhibition will be continuing over the next few weeks. Visit St. James church at the normal service times (click here for details) and you will receive our usual warm welcome. If you can’t get to the church within our normal opening times, please contact the vicar by clicking here, as it may be possible to accommodate your visit at another time.