Hi and welcome to the website for St James Church, Woodhouse. We are the local parish Anglican Church and part of the Diocese of Sheffield. We have a varied programme for all ages that take place throughout the week and hopefully this website and our Social Media outlets will give you a taster of what is going on here. If you would like to find out more about anything that you see here please do contact one of our team or come along to one of our Services, we’d love to get to know you!
The church of St James is committed to high standards in the safeguarding and care of children, young people and vulnerable adults. Our safeguarding officer is Lynne Noble, who can be contacted on (0114) 2690371 and our parish safeguarding policy can be read in full by going to the Safeguarding page. (There are also useful safeguarding contacts and resources on the diocese of Sheffield’s webpage and on the Church of England’s website.)
New Assistant Curate Revd June Fox joined us as our new Assistant Curate after her Ordination on the 30th of June at Sheffield Cathedral. She has been with us for the last 4 years as our Reader and graduated as a Distinctive Deacon from St Hilds’s College, Mirfield this summer ….
Meet the new South Eastission Partnership Curate…
Revd Dagmar Wilkinson has moved to St James Woodhouse and Attercliffe SE Mission Partnership after completing the first half of her curacy at All Saints Aston cum Aughton Benefice. She was ordained priest in 2018 at Sheffield Cathedral, after training for ministry at Ripon College Cuddesdon, Oxford.
Dagmar is passionate about making God real to people in and outside of Church through the life, teaching, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. In her spare time she enjoys reading, poetry, history, travelling and music.
Dagmar works throughout the partnership of St James Woodhouse, St Peters Basegreen, Christ Church Gleadless and Christ Church Hackenthorpe.