The Church of St. James the Great
A Norman church, showing traces of earlier Saxon work. The north aisle was added about 1200 and the porch in the late 13th century. There is a fine English Yew tree in the churchyard with a girth of over 19 feet which has been professionally estimated to be nearly 1000 years old.
|1st Sunday - 9.30am||Morning Prayer (Common Worship)|
|2nd Sunday - 9:30am||Holy Communion (Common Worship)|
|3rd Sunday - 9:30am||Morning Prayer (Book of Common Prayer)|
|4th Sunday - 9:30am||Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)|
|5th Sunday - No Service||Benefice service in one of the Benefice Churches|
Taizé Service - Sunday 7th July 2019 at 6.00pm
Carol Service - Sunday 24th December at 4.00pm
The Bells of St James the Great, Fulbrook
Click here for more information about the church bells and the Fulbrook Ringers
For general enquiries and church matters, please call the Church Office on 01993 823 788.