Welcome to the Parish of St James in St Andrews, Fife.
Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh
Please browse our website for information about the parish, including this week’s Mass times and the usual Mass Times
Who we are:
We are a small Roman Catholic parish of approximately 600, including a large number of students and staff from the university, in the “auld grey toun” of St Andrews.
Our parish priest is Fr Andrew Kingham, JCD. He is Catholic Chaplain to the University staff and students.
Fr Andrew is also the parish priest for the East Neuk parish of Fife, which includes Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Crail and the Church of Christ the King in Pittenweem.
We have an elected Parish Pastoral Council which represents all the parishioners in the running of both the religious and the social side of parish life. For more information go to the page about our parish life.
How to contact us:
Phone: 01334 472856
The parish secretary works Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings.
St James’ Presbytery
17 The Scores
Emergency Contacts while Fr Andrew is unavailable:
If you urgently require a priest and are unable to contact Fr Andrew, you may contact the following:
Canon Pat McINally, St Columba’s Cupar (01334 653000)
Fr Joe Portelli, St Agatha’s, Methil (01333 423803)
Mgr Gerry Hand (Dean), St Paul’s, Glenrothes (01592 756758)
The following are the usual Mass times in St Andrews. However the times do vary from week to week because Fr Andrew has the care of three parishes. Please click here to check this week’s schedule.
Vigil, Saturday evening, 5pm
Sunday Morning: 11am. This is the main parish Mass and can be very busy. We have overspill facilities with audio-visual link to the parish hall next door which is used on particularly busy weekends, such as Easter. During term times there is a children’s liturgy at this Mass.
Sunday evening: 5pm.
Once a month Mass in the Extraordinary Form is celebrated at 6.30 pm. (See under What’s On.)
Tuesday, no Mass in St James
Wednesday 7 pm (during university terms in Canmore, the University Chaplaincy)
Holidays of Obligation: see the weekly news.
The following are the usual Mass times in Crail and Pittenweem:
Sunday, 8.45am, alternate weeks in Crail and Pittenweem
Monday, Crail, 6.30pm
Friday, Pittenweem, 12.00 noon
Parish Church of St James, St Andrews
Where we are:
The parish church of St James in St Andrews is situated on the cliff top overlooking the North Sea. You can find it on Google Maps.
The church of The Most Holy Trinity, Crail, also has a beautiful sea view. Google maps will show you the way there, too!
The church of Christ the King, Pittenweem, is on the corner of Milton Place and Milton Road. Google Maps shows the place, but the church is not marked.