Youth Felloship, Womens Fellowship and Sunday School


1 John 1:7 “But if we walk in the light as He is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus Christ His Son cleanses us from all sin.”


Fellowship comes from the Greek word, KOINONIA, which means “to share in common.” Christian fellowship is more than attending Church — it is “assimilating” into the body of believers, becoming “one” in worshipping, loving, caring and sharing. According to the scripture, fellowship is not an optional matter for believers. It says, “if walk in the light [in fellowship with God]... this causes us to have fellowship with one another.” And from the outcome of this fellowship, “the blood of Jesus, His Son, cleanses us from all sin” (1 John 1:7).

• Fellowship means being a part of a group, a body of people. It is opposed to isolation, solitude, loneliness, and our present-day independent kind of individualism. Of course, it does not stop there because we can be in a crowd of people and even share certain things in common, but still not have fellowship.

• Fellowship means having or sharing with others certain things in common such as interest, goals, feelings, beliefs, activities, labor, privileges and responsibilities, experiences, and concerns

• Fellowship can mean a partnership that involves working together and caring for one another as a company of people, like a company of soldiers or members of a family.


Youth Fellowship

As a small and young Church when St. James Malayalam Church started in 1999, the Youth Fellowship was slow to take off. Mr. John K. John and Mr. Sam John Samuel was one of the first who took up the cudgels in early 2000

Men`s Fellowship

There was felt a need to harness the talents and ideas of several of the menfolk who were not involved in the other organisations of the Church. Thus came the birth of the Men’s Fellowship of St. James Malayalam Church in May, 2014..

Womens Fellowship

The Women’s Fellowship is one of the strongest pillars of our Church and was started in 2000 with Mrs.Thankamma James as Secretary. Over the years, other committed and dedicated ladies of the Church including Mrs. Anila Sankey,

Church Choir

The Initial Choir in St. James Church was started by Mr. George Varghese, Advocate from East Parade Church and the organist was Mr. Sanjay David, also from East Parade Church. The Choir over the years have grown into one of the Finest Choirs in Bangalore City

Sunday School

The Sunday School was initially run by a trio of Mrs. Annie Vergis, Mrs. Sini Anand and Suni Roy (James). The need to nurture the young kids in the way of the faith was strong and it led to a strong and again talented Sunday School,