SJAC 106.7 fm
Low Power FM Community Radio Station
Broadcasting from the church with Christian music
of all styles. Gospel, Rap, Contemporay, Ancient and Modern. A style to suit everyone's taste.
Also broadcasting of local community content.
Notices and Where, Who and What's On.
SJAC was set up firstly to bring the worship services
live to those who through age, illness or just with
children at home with bugs or whatever.
SJAC evolved to a 24/7 format to cater for those
who just wanted to listen to good Christian music at
any time.
See SJAC106.7 fm web page (always under construction)
For services of Reconciliation, Private confession,
Penance, Memorials, or commemorative services,
Baptisms, Weddings etc.Please contact a member of
the clergy team on Ph 09 634 3009. See also links
below on pastoral services
St James Anglican Church

Clergy Team:
Rev. Les Dixon Lth. (Priest in charge)
Rev. Dawn Moffatt
Lay Ministers:
Mrs B Dixon
Mr M Wilcox
Mrs Diane Clark
Mrs. Gloria Canute
Mrs Kaye Hastings
Ms Diane Clark.

Sunday School:
Mrs B Dixon
Mrs Gloria Canute
Music and Choir :
Diane Clark.
St James Players and Reperatory Group :    
Mrs. D Clark

Weekly news sheet:
Ms Diana Greig.
Looking towards the door from the sanctuary end
Contact with any of these church officers may be made
in the first instance by dialing the church office number
Sunday Morning: 9.00 a.m. Holy Communion
              Evening:   7.00 p.m. Evening Prayer.

Family Service on the 4th Sunday of each month
Children's Ministry:
 Sunday School each Sunday at 9.00 a.m.
4th Sunday Morning :
 Sundays Cool @Church
Cafe Church  on the second Sunday of the month at 7.00 pm. 
Healing Ministry Services as required.
Check with a member of the clergy team.

Special Laity Service on the fifth Sunday of the month 7.00 p.m.( Evening Prayer 1662 prayer book )

Ladies Fellowship on the third Wednesday of the month at 10.30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Services followed by refreshments and informal fellowship in the Parish Hall. All welcome.
Men's Fellowship Group:
Meets with Bridge Men at each third Saturday morning
Looking from the door to the stained glass windw and Sanctuary.