St James Church, Tebay, is a small congregation worshipping in the "Railway Church" - built in 1880 when the railway, and the folk who worked on it, was a very significant part of life in Tebay. You can read more about the history of the church here.
Use the tabs above to find out how to get in touch, and when our services are. There's more general information available through the links to the right (or below, if you're on a mobile device)
St James works closely with the Methodist church in Tebay, as well as its sister churches in Orton and Ravenstonedale.
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All Age Holy Communion
Songs of Praise
Joint with Tebay Methodist Church (alternates between the two buildings month by month) - if church is shut, go back up to main road and turn right. Methodist church is about 150m along on the left.