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Haiti

November 3 – 10, 2019 St. James will return next fall to work with the St. Joseph Family’s facilities in Jacmel, Haiti, which consist of Lekol Sen Trinite (St. Trinity School) and Wings of Hope, a residential facility for disabled children and young adults. (more…)

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vestry nominees for 2019

2019 Vestry Nominees

Vestry Nominees Biographies 2019     Lile Benaicha Lile is a lifelong member of St. James’s, baptized, confirmed and married here.  She and her husband,Rob, have two children – Carson (7) and Cabell (6). Lile has been a Sunday School teacher for four years and has served on the committee for Taste of St. James’s. She […]

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West Gallery Choir sings at the National Cathedral

West Gallery Choir Evensong Prelude February 3 at National Cathedral

The West Gallery Choir is returning to the Washington National Cathedral to sing a choral prelude on February 3. The a cappella prelude includes Shape-note hymns, Gregorian chant, and 20 th century compositions by Will Todd, Patrick Hawes, Eriks Esenvalds, Bobby McFerrin and Sufjan Stevens. The choral prelude begins at 3:25 p.m. and is immediately followed by […]

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Weather-related schedule changes

Changes will be listed here, if necessary. General weather policy We hope everyone will stay safe and warm anytime we get a blast of winter weather. On Sunday, we might cancel an early or evening service, but we will always hold the 9:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. services for those who can attend. Please note: […]

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Beth Ahabah and St. James's

Interfaith Dialogue with Beth Ahabah

Interfaith Dialogue with Congregation Beth Ahabah We are excited to offer our interfaith dialogues with Congregation Beth Ahabah throughout the program year, rather than simply once per year. First Session: Let the Good Times Roll! Monday, February 25 Meal at 6:00 p.m., in the Main Lobby of the Joel House Dialogue at 6:45 to 7:45 p.m., […]

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