Audlem Saint James

  • Our Church

    The  Parish Church of St James the Great Audlem South Cheshire in the Diocese of Chester

    St James is a community of people who are encouraging one another in our growing in our experience and understanding of God’s love.  We have much to learn and don’t have all the answers but we know that in the teaching and life of Jesus Christ we find something, and someone who has the potential to change us.
    Like all Christians, and all people, we make mistakes but we believe in God’s forgiveness and a fresh start.  If you would like to join us in exploring God and his love and grace then
    you will be made welcome – whoever you are.

    We are part of the Joint Benefice of St Jame’s Audlem, St John’s Doddington and St Chad’s Wybunbury and work closely with The Methodist and Baptist Churches in the Village of Audlem.

    St James Church takes its duties and obligations to protect everyone extremely seriously. Find out more by selecting the Safeguarding heading above.


  • St James Church: A Fragile Building

    The picture of St James’ Church is often used as a symbol of Audlem.  It is a place of worship, week by week, for people of all ages, for the happy occasions as well as the sad.  It is open every day for visitors, either to explore its history or to be quiet and pray. It is at the heart of the village in every sense and is a tourist attraction.  Today it is in a rather fragile condition.



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