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Women’s Wisdom Bible Study

Women’s Bible Wisdom Study | Second and Fourth Tuesdays, 5:30 to 6:30 pm (This group will discontinue meetings for the summer – meetings will resume in September). This Bible study meets twice a month to read together through a biblical book or theme at a time. We explore when and under what conditions the passages were [...]
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Thursday Men’s Bible Study

Thursday Men’s Bible Study Breakfast  |  Meets every other Thursday – 10:00 am We are led by Christ’s example of service to others, and members take turns in leading the morning worship and discussing the following Sunday’s readings, or in the cooking and cleaning up of the breakfast meal. Meets every other Thursday at 7:30 a.m., [...]
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Living Faith Bible Studies

Living Faith Bible Studies |  Wednesdays 10:00 am (This group will discontinue meetings for the summer – meetings will resume in September). The Living Faith Bible Study reads and discusses the upcoming Sunday’s lectionary readings.  For more information or to join this Zoom group, contact: Betse Trice: betset@hotmail.com
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Lectionary Ladies Bible Study

Lectionary Ladies  |  Wednesdays 2:00 pm, via Zoom (This group will discontinue meetings for the summer – meetings will resume in September).The Lectionary Ladies read and discuss the upcoming Sunday’s lectionary readings.To join us via Zoom, contact: Kitsie Garland, kitsie.garland@verizon.net
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Fall Parish Retreat

Response to the Fall Parish Retreat has been so great that all the available beds have been reserved. Reservations are now on a Waiting List Only basis. The cost for two nights of lodging and six meals is $285 families (or two adults) and $185 for singles. Kids are always free and childcare is provided [...]
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Wednesday Night Programs

The History of St. James's From the Beginning. Part II of "Uncovering Our History" - Fall 2021 No matter how much you know about St. James’s, you'll continue to learn more. As with the Wednesday series in May this past spring -  we’ll continue to learn about the history of St. James’s through the lens [...]
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Sacred Ground at St. James’s

Sacred Ground is a ground breaking film-and-reading-based series focused on race and grounded in faith. Part of what makes it so rewarding, and, frankly, life-changing is the small group meetings where members walk through America's history while weaving in threads of their own family story, economic class, and political and regional history. Please watch this [...]
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Holy Peeps Project 2021

Children and Youth are invited to get a shoe box, some Easter Candy, and a bit of imagination to create a diorama of a Bible story or liturgical action featuring PEEPS candies. The idea of this Lenten project is to inspire our children and youth to have fun exploring Bible stories and Episcopal liturgy by [...]
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Becoming Beloved Community

Following the commandment of Jesus Christ to love our neighbors as ourselves, and living into our Baptismal Covenant to respect the dignity of every human being, Becoming Beloved Community works to promote racial reconciliation, justice, healing, understanding, and forgiveness within our parish and the communities where we live and serve. This iniative was formerly known [...]
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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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Visit Virginia’s First Church Sites

This year is the 400th anniversary of the first Virginia Assembly and the arrival of the first enslaved Africans to Virginia. Our day-long pilgrimage will visit two of the earliest church sites in British North America and the recreated historic site, Jamestown Settlement. The first stop of the day will be the museum and the [...]
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