Save the Date for the 6th Taste of St. James’s on November 16 from 5 – 7 pm.
This Summer! Contemplative Prayer Hour (more…)
Spring 2020 (TBD), 7:45 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Did you know that it was dangerous to be an Episcopalian during and immediately following the Revolutionary War, (more…)
“Homegrown” is a concert designed to showcase the in-house musicians who play or have played and sung in St. James’s choirs. (more…)
The historic Shrine Mont Retreat Center offers a beautiful setting for St. James’s annual fall retreat in the mountains!
Children (3rd grade and up) and Youth will lead both the 9:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. services.
The goal of this Lenten project is to inspire youth in 6th -12th grades to have fun exploring Bible stories.
Bob Dylan is not indifferent. He does not give himself the luxury of looking away from truth and injustice, and through his music, makes us look as well.
Help transform our church space into a fun, child-friendly, secure, loving “home,” complete with 3 meals a day and much more.
Sunday, April 14, 8:30-9:30 a.m. Hosted by St. James’s 5th-8th Graders, in Valentine Hall The entire congregation is encouraged to come eat pancakes, eggs, sausage, and fruit prepared by our 5th-12th grade youth. Donations encouraged to support the Summer 2019 Youth Mission Trips. We need volunteers! Join the fun by helping cook, assemble food, set […]
St. Paul: A Man Misunderstood with Gar Anderson, Ph.D In her popular book, Karen Armstrong called St. Paul “the apostle we love to hate.” And, to be sure, Paul of Tarsus has been the object of both veneration and intense contempt. But is it really Paul or is it a caricature of the historical figure, […]