Churchill, James an English Congregational minister, was born at Portsea, October 7, 1766. He was converted when about nineteen years old, and admitted, in February 1789, to Homerton College, where he remained till 1795. He became pastor at Ongar, Essex, in February 1796; removed to Henley- upon-Thames in 1807, and in 1813 to Thames Ditton, where he labored till 1844, when he resigned his charge. He died March 3, 1849. Mr. Churchill was distinguished for purity, of character, fidelity in pastoral work, and success in winning souls. See (Lond.) Evangelical Magazine, 1849, page 589.