In July we were delighted to host four concerts arranged by the Atéa Ensemble. We hope to have future concerts which we will advertise on the site. This was the programme this year
In 2015 SJtL members are being invited to read through the New Testament together. The schedule of weekly readings appears below. The “Reading NT” menu item leads you to the various resources. Each week this site will provide a short introduction to the readings for the week and recordings of Andrew Goddard’s July 2013 sponsored […]
The whole family is welcome to our special Christmas services and events at St. James the Less. From children’s activities to carols by candlelight, there is something for everyone.
As part of our Christmas celebrations here at St. James the Less we are transforming the church into an interactive children’s nativity star trail. Come and explore the Christmas story in a fun and unique way. All are welcome, and refreshments will be available.
You are warmly invited to a free concert by the New London Trombone Ensemble, 6-7pm on Saturday 29th November, here at St. James the Less Church.
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St. James the Less is delighted to welcome a superb set of speakers to launch an exciting new series of events by Fulcrum, a a key evangelical group within the Church of England. Read more to find out how to book your free tickets.
St. James the Less will be taking part in the London Ride & Stride 2014, raising money jointly for the Heritage of London Trust and SJTL. This is a great opportunity to visit by foot, bike or horse (!) some of the architectural gems of London’s ecclesiastical history.
This Thursday’s final recital promises to be a superb conclusion, featuring the internationally acclaimed Pythagoras Ensemble and Atéa Quintet. The programme includes music by Bach and Martinu.
Sunday 13th July will be a special day of prayer at SJTL. Alongside the usual two services, please join us between 11.30am – 5.30pm for extended time with the Lord. You can come and stay for as long as you wish, and leave at any point, as we gather to pray for the God’s vision […]