Welcome to the website of The Parish Church of St James the Great, Manston, in Cross Gates.
We are a member of the Church of England, and are within The Diocese of Leeds. Our church building, as well access to the Church Hall and Parish Office, is situated on Church Lane, a five minute walk away from the hustle and bustle of Cross Gates shopping centre and just around the corner from Manston Park. See the map on for our exact location.
Whether you are visiting this site to find out about getting married in a church, to have your child baptised, to get to know about the range of children’s activities and groups which take place in our Hall week by week, or to come to worship with others at one of the various services we offer, we hope that you find what you are looking for.
If not, please use the contact details to get in touch with us and we will be pleased to try and help. Even better, come and see us to find out more, and to receive a warm welcome!
– Carolyn James, Vicar
PRAYER DIARY for Praying with and for our Church School & other Schools in our Parish – this has been prepared and offered to us by the Diocesan Board of Education Team who have been working hard alongside our Church schools at this time and have also written ‘Rhythm of Life’ material for our school […]
To access the sheet click the link below SUNDAY LITURGY – Lent 2
The ‘Rhythm of Life’ Lent Course, which has been prepared by the Diocese invites us to reflect upon and deepen our Christian lives and how we live our faith day by day. The Course will be something we share on-line, via a weekly ‘Zoom Gathering’ and will look at the following areas of our Christian […]
EVERYDAY PRAYER IN EVERYDAY PLACES – A Daily Prayer Sheet for LENT (to use from Ash Wednesday onwards) with also the cycle of Psalms / Readings for the whole week. The Readings will be the same as those included in the #Live Lent material (accessed by the booklet some have ordered, or by an App […]
Keep an eye out on social media for changing messages…. On 7th January the PCC had a lengthy ‘virtual meeting’, and having taken into account:- – the heightened risks associated with the new and more contagious strain of the virus, – the safety of those who regularly worship with us (many of whom are from […]
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