The Combined Choirs from St. Paul’s, St. Stephen’s and St. James’s will sing Evensong at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 11 (Veteran’s Day), at St. James’s. With more than 100 of some of our city’s best voices gathered here at St. James’s, this will be a beautiful service. We hope you will plan to attend.
Read a great story in the Richmond Times-Dispatch by columnist Bill Lohmann about St. James’s and the recent cornerstone discovery as we prepare to celebrate 100 years at the corner of Birch and West Franklin streets!
Bishop Shannon S. Johnston found the recently-concluded 77th General Convention of the Episcopal Church to be the “best and most positive” of the five conventions he has attended. Read his letter on the “vibrant and Spirit-filled” convention.
The history of Richmond both rich and complicated, especially in the area of race relations. A new book by the Rev. Benjamin Campbell explores the history of race relations in Richmond and Virginia, beginning with the settlement at Jamestown and continuing through the Civil War to current-day metropolitan Richmond. The book is written from a […]
Two St. James’s parishioners, Michael Whitlow and Bill Hall, were inducted into the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame on Thursday, April 12, during a ceremony held at the John Marshall Hotel in Richmond. Bill is vice president of executive communications for Dominion Resources, and Michael is executive vice president of CRT/tanaka public relations. Read about […]
The Richmond Times-Dispatch covered the Palm Sunday parade. Read the article written by staff writer Jeremy Slayton
One of St. James’s soprano section leaders and Virginia State University’s Associate Professor of Music Dr. Lisa Edwards-Burrs gave an awe-inspiring operatic performance of the Star Spangled Banner during a recent visit from President Obama to promote VSU’s CCAM program with Rolls Royce. Watch it now.
St. James’s is partnering with the Richmond-based World Pediatric Project (WPP) to help heal children from around the world. Founded in 2001 as the International Hospital for Children, the organization currently serves children in Belize, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras , St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Panama, and Guyana by regularly sending out teams of medical […]
January 10, 2012 Tonight, the Fairfax Circuit Court issued its ruling in favor of the Diocese of Virginia and the Episcopal Church in litigation seeking to recover Episcopal church property. “Our goal throughout this litigation has been to return faithful Episcopalians to their church homes and Episcopal properties to the mission of the Church,” said […]
On Sunday, February 12, the St. Christopher’s School Choir, led by Greg Vick, and the St. Catherine’s School Choir, led by Kerry Flanigan, will sing at Evensong at 5:00 p.m. at St. James’s.
Ben Moore,14, a student at St. Christopher’s and the son of Chris and Dena Moore, and Addie Locke,12, a student at St. Catherine’s and the daughter of Julie Locke, were recently named two of Style Weekly’s “16 Under 16,” a listing of 16 outstanding Richmond-area youth. Read why these two remarkable young people were selected.
St. James’s has an amazing passion for mission work, and now lots of people in Richmond know it! The April 21 Richmond Times-Dispatch has a wonderful article written by staff reporter and Haiti mission alum Zachary Reid on the front of the Metro section. If you missed this, check it out now! And on Easter Sunday, another beautiful story about Zachary’s […]
Nowhere in the world is the Episcopal church growing faster than in Africa. We are a source for education, healthcare, food and community stability in a part of the world where none of these things are in sufficient supply. In the 2011 mission scheduled for June 1-12, we will serve both the Hope and Resurrection […]
Sunday liturgy at St. James’s, with musical leadership provided by the renowned St. James’s Choirs, are now Webcast live each Sunday, and archived for on-demand viewing. It’s almost as good as being here! Click here to watch live at 9:00 and 11:15 a.m. on Sunday. Or click on the “watch live” button at the top […]