St. James ChurchSt. James Church, Burnopfield is your Parish Church if you live in Burnopfield, The Leazes, The Lintz, The Hobson and Crookgate Bank and Dipton.
Corona Virus News
Important Up Date.
St James Church is now open once again for public worship on a Sunday morning at 11am. In order to attend you will need to book a place with the Vicar via phone between midday on Thursday and midday on Friday the week before the service itself as places are limited.
All previous COIVD-19 safety measures apply (e.g. masks, hand sanitiser, socially distanced seating) – and these can be explained when you contact the Vicar.
Please note, however, that there will be no private prayer sessions on a Wednesday for the time being.
Needing assistance at this difficult time ?
It can be a difficult time for some people during this period of national lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Church of England 24-hour telephone line, Daily Hope offering music, prayers and reflections on 0800 804 8044 may help .
Please also make a note of the Samaritans helpline 116 123.
Live Streaming in the Benefice of Tanfield with Burnopfield and Dipton .
The following services and events are taking place in the Benefice online. Join live or catch up later.
- 5pm Evening Prayer, St Margaret’s Tanfield Facebook page
- 10.30am Meditation, St James Burnopfield Facebook page
- 5pm Evening Prayer, St James Burnopfield Facebook page
- 6pm online Eucharist for the St James Burnopfield Facebook page.
- 7pm Compline, St James Burnopfield Facebook page
Other Times of Prayer or Worship.
Look out for details of when these will take place on Facebook
- Meditation Class – usually weekly and at varying times on the St James Burnopfield Facebook page
- Godly Play/Messy Church – usually monthly at 3pm on a Sunday on the St James Burnopfield .
Thank you to everyone who is still giving to the Foodbank. Having spoken to the Foodbank at Stanley, whilst they can and do use any fresh food that is donated, they really need canned goods at this time, such is the demand. If you do find yourself able to give anything, then please do so – you can if you wish leave it at the Vicarage by arrangement, or we could perhaps come and collect it – again in a socially distanced manner.