Latest News from Pulloxhill
Below you will find details of some of the latest news about our Church community. Older articles can be found in our News Archive.
News and Events elsewhere in the Benefice can be found from their Home Pages.
This has been a busy month with lots going on in the background and at meetings. We are very blessed at St. James with the number of people who support and help the Church and it’s a good time this month to recognise as many of them as possible. We held our Vestry and Annual
The Harvest Festival service on 27th September was a joyous occasion and very well attended. Members of the Parish were extremely generous with donations to the Food Bank and we were also invited to contribute to the Bishop’s Harvest Appeal which will go to farmers in Nepal who are establishing bee colonies – a worthwhile
Sunday 6th September was a landmark day for our lovely church when we were able to open for a slightly smaller congregation to enjoy Morning Prayer. All the Covid safety measures worked well and it felt good to worship together again in a sparkling clean church with Roy leading the service. On 13th September we
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
Last year our Shoe Box Appeal was incredibly successful and this year we are hoping to repeat this success. The shoe boxes will have to be completed by the end of October ready for the collection date in early November. For further information please contact Duncan Robb or Anne Stiles – see contacts page or
Every Christmas we have been delighted by the imaginative nativity scenes displayed by local organisations in the church windows. Sadly the Covid cleaning regulations are going to make it difficult to organise this year. However we hope that everyone in the village will display their own nativity scenes in the windows of their houses for
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
REST IN PEACE PAT PORTER Pat Porter was a faithful member of our Pulloxhill congregation and a valued contributor to our catering committee, cheerfully helping at all our social events. She always showed concern for others and her warm welcoming smile was a pleasure to behold. Her many friends will miss her company and our