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Families for Food

Summer Service Projects for Children, Youth, & Families St. James’s children, youth, and families are invited and encouraged to put their faith into action this August by sourcing food to feed people who are struggling with hunger during these challenging economic times. There are three ways you and your family can help share God’s love [...]
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Life Transitions Study Series

This three-week study with the Rev. Dr. Mark Cooper addresses how to prepare for and approach major life transitions, considering spiritual, practical and emotional aspects. Explore topics relevant to those in the “sandwich generation,” such as how to care for both aging parents and adult children, what legal paperwork to prepare, and how to manage [...]
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Interfaith Dialogue: Honoring and Remembering the Dead

Interfaith Dialogue with Congregation Beth Ahabah: Tuesdays, October 29 & November 5, at Congregation Beth Ahabah We are excited to offer our interfaith dialogues with Congregation Beth Ahabah throughout the program year. This fall, we explore how we honor and remember our dead through both traditional customs and superstitions. We’ll discuss Yizkor, Mourner’s Kaddish, Halloween [...]
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Learn the Way of Love

Our next Wednesday-night series considers "The Way of Love." Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s office released this magnificent guide for Christian living for use across the Episcopal Church. Come learn more about the Way of Love in particular and the ancient Christian tradition of rules of life in general with the Rev. Hilary Streever and Br. [...]
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New! The Permanent Things Book Group

Augustine. Dorothy Day. Julian of Norwich. Gregory of Nyssa. Evelyn Underhill. You’re invited to join in the discussion of classic works of theology with the Permanent Things Book Group, meeting on second and fourth Tuesdays, 4:00 to 5:00 p.m., in the Michaux House library. At our first meeting on Tuesday, September 10, we will discuss [...]
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