We are all looking forward to coming back to church on September 6th and details of services for September through to the end of November can be found on the ‘About our Services’ tab.  However, the experience will be different until the Covid virus presents no threat, so the following message will let you know … Read more

Harvest Festival at St James Pulloxhill

Harvest Loaf pic

Our Harvest Festival service will be held on 27 September at 11 am.  This year will be a little different due to the Covid regulations, however, we will be welcoming your donations to the Food Bank and these can be left in the porch the day before the service or at your convenience.  The donations … Read more

The Bishop’s Harvest Appeal

At this year’s Harvest Festival service we will have the opportunity to donate to the Bishop of St Albans’ Harvest Appeal 2020. For further information about the help that is being given to the Nepalese people please visit


On 15th August we will be commemorating the Victory in Japan which signalled the final end of World War II.  At the church we have displayed poppies in the churchyard to help us remember this important anniversary of 75 years and we hope you will visit the churchyard over the coming days and remember the … Read more


From 6th September we plan to hold a service each Sunday at 11 am in our beautiful church. We have been working hard on all the essential protocols to follow in order for this to happen and you can be assured that everything is being planned with the safety of all as a priority.  More … Read more


Coronavirus has shown us that our futures are bound more tightly together than ever before. And now it is spreading across the world’s poorest countries, putting people living in poverty at great risk. These people are already facing a lack of water, food and healthcare. Some are homeless. Some are living with underlying health issues … Read more

VE Day Commemoration

To mark the 75th Anniversary of VE Day on 8th May we have staged a churchyard display to be viewed when out walking for exercise.  On the day the last post will be played at the memorial at 10.58 and after two minutes silence the  reveille will be sounded.  At 3 pm the church bell … Read more


We shall all miss the traditional services we celebrate at Easter but we are extremely lucky to have a dedicated Ministry Team who are adding online services for us to join, so a special thank you from Pulloxhill to Anne and Gillian K. who have been keeping us connected and to Gillian C. who has … Read more