Welcome to St James Anglican Church Thornbury.
Whatever your gender, race, colour, sexual orientation, social status or any other distinction, you are welcome at St James.
We are an open, progressive, and inclusive community that reflects and acknowledges human diversity. We are a church that values, worship, scripture and a reflective and thoughtful approach to faith and life’s journey. We seek to be a community of love embracing the values of justice and love for all. We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, traditional owners of the land on which we meet.
I invite you to explore our website and visit us soon.
Locum Vicar Ray Cleary
In January (2022) the Sunday Eucharist will be celebrated at 5 pm followed by refreshments. The Thursday 10:30 am services have resumed.
There will be a parish meeting at St James on Sunday 30th January at 6 pm following the 5 pm Eucharist. The aim meeting will be gather information from the parish to help in the process of finding a new priest.
Masks will be need to be worn during all services by everyone over 12.
Please ensue you also check in with the QR code or manually sign the list at the door. We will also need to check your double vaccination status. Masks need to be worn inside the church. For those who are not vaccinated, a space will be provided if you wish to attend one of the services. Please contact the locum vicar Ray Cleary on 0419 371 613 if you would like to attend and are unvaccinated.
See the Services page for other details.
St James Thornbury is on the corner of Pender and Newcastle St Thornbury. Wheelchair access is from the east door in Newcastle St. The main entrance is via the ramp in Newcastle St. There is ample on street parking nearby.