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St James’s Piccadilly is an Anglican church based in the centre of London.
The benefice was formally created in 2019 after five years of working together. It is hoped that our new Priest-in-Charge will bring drive and enthusiasm to the future development of the benefice which is set in urban and rural villages southeast of the Peak District.
We are the coastal resort town of Aldeburgh with its civic church and known for its world-famous annual music and arts festival, and three smaller village parishes near
the beautiful Suffolk coast. Our worship is eucharistically focused and also open to contemporary-style services.
Situated in, and near, the beautiful cathedral city of Lichfield in Staffordshire, the Benefice offers opportunities to work in two contrasting, yet complementary, environments, one suburban and one rural.
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