The Parish of St Philip and St James, Kimblesworth

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  • Trip to Whitby

    These are pictures from our trip to Whitby last year to visit the artist, Alan Davies, who was commissioned to make some new windows for the church.  The window photographed here and also another - also by Alan Davies - are now installed in the church: why not visit to see them? 
  • Events Commemorating the Centenary of World War 1

    It has been a hundred years since the ourbreak of the, 'war to end all wars'.  Together with the local community, St Philip and St James' Church will be organizing a number of events to mark certain points during the war,   These will begin on 2nd August, 7pm, at Nettlesworth Community Centre (Memorial Hall) with an evening of entertainment including a dance with singer performing songs from the period.  On 3rd August, there will be a tea party at 2pm and also a themed service at the Church at 10.45am (NB It says 10th August on the poster below, but it really is the 3rd and we have yet to change it properly!!), followed by a buffet lunch.  Further details given on the posters below.
  • Contact Us

    You can contact us via letter, telephone or email.  Alternatively, you may wish to fill in the online form, below.  Parish Office Front Street Framwellgate Moor Durham DH1 5BL Tel: (0191) 3847825       e-mail: durhamnorthteam@gmail.com
  • Services July-August 2014

    Scroll down to see details or our services in July and August, or download a list
  • The Memorial Book

    The Memorial Book was set up in 2004 to create a permanent record  of the passing of a loved one. It is opened at the appropriate pages throughout the year when the church is in use (usually Sunday). The people whose names are recorded in the book are remembered during our prayers each week and at the All Souls Service on the Sunday nearest to 2nd November each year. If you would like to have the name of a loved one entered in the book, please download and complete a Memorial Book Request form (below).  We do ask for a small donation (£5.  Cheques payable to: St Philip and St James PCC).
  • Kimblesworth Mothers' Union

    We meet on the first Tuesday of every month at 1.30 pm in the Church Hall (downstairs).  
  • The Other Website. ...

    While durhamnorthteam is our 'main' website, and should contain all you might need to know about what we're up to, you may still wish to visit out other website.  Its address is: http://www.achurchnearyou.com/kimblesworth-st-philip-st-james/
  • Did you know?...

    We collect food and donate it to the Chester-le-Street branch of Durham Foodbank.
  • Forthcoming Events

    We regret it is not just events that are forthcoming, but the diary is as well!  A new events list should be available very soon.
  • Welcome

     WE MEET EVERY SUNDAY AT 10.45AM.  **Tea and coffee are served after Sunday morning services.** For information about weddings, baptisms, etc, please contact the Parish Office (details, click, 'contact us' on left menu))    
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Church Location

How to find St. Philip and St. James Church, Kimblesworth

The church is located at Oak Crescent, Kimblesworth and its west wall faces along the length of Church View.  The postcode for Church View is DH2 3QE.  More detailed directions are give below the map.

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The Other Website. ...

Link to http://www.achurchnearyou.com/kimblesworth-st-philip-st-james/

While durhamnorthteam is our 'main' website, and should contain all you might need to know about what we're up to, you may still wish to visit out other website.  Its address is:

http://www.achurchnearyou.com/kimblesworth-st-philip-st-james/

Kimblesworth Mothers' Union

2014 Christmas Dinner at Nettlesworth Community cafe

We meet on the first Tuesday of every month at 1.30 pm in the Church Hall (downstairs).

 

Welcome

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 WE MEET EVERY SUNDAY AT 10.45AM.

 **Tea and coffee are served after Sunday morning services.**

For information about weddings, baptisms, etc, please contact the Parish Office (details, click, 'contact us' on left menu))

 

 

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Forthcoming Events

We regret it is not just events that are forthcoming, but the diary is as well!  A new events list should be available very soon.

The Memorial Book

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The Memorial Book was set up in 2004 to create a permanent record  of the passing of a loved one.

It is opened at the appropriate pages throughout the year when the church is in use (usually Sunday). The people whose names are recorded in the book are remembered during our prayers each week and at the All Souls Service on the Sunday nearest to 2nd November each year.

If you would like to have the name of a loved one entered in the book, please download and complete a Memorial Book Request form (below).  We do ask for a small donation (£5.  Cheques payable to: St Philip and St James PCC).

Read more...

Contact Us

You can contact us via letter, telephone or email.  Alternatively, you may wish to fill in the online form, below. 

Parish Office

Front Street

Framwellgate Moor

Durham

DH1 5BL

Tel: (0191) 3847825       e-mail: durhamnorthteam@gmail.com

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Services July-August 2014

Scroll down to see details or our services in July and August, or download a list
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Events Commemorating the Centenary of World War 1

It has been a hundred years since the ourbreak of the, 'war to end all wars'.  Together with the local community, St Philip and St James' Church will be organizing a number of events to mark certain points during the war,   These will begin on 2nd August, 7pm, at Nettlesworth Community Centre (Memorial Hall) with an evening of entertainment including a dance with singer performing songs from the period.  On 3rd August, there will be a tea party at 2pm and also a themed service at the Church at 10.45am (NB It says 10th August on the poster below, but it really is the 3rd and we have yet to change it properly!!), followed by a buffet lunch.  Further details given on the posters below.
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