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, […]
This fall, our Sunday study sessions for adults include three types of engagement on a schedule that allows you to make easy choices.
Special Lenten series starts Wednesday, February 21 Click here for all upcoming events in this series. February 21, 7:00 p.m. What Really Causes Addiction?: Science Speaks to Our Assumptions Dr. Danielle Dick, Professor, VCU Developmental Psychology Program, Departments of Psychology and Human & Molecular Genetics February 28, 7:00 p.m. Do Less Harm: Public vs […]
This is a brand new financial education program called Generation Change for students in 10th-12th grade.
Starting the evening of September 13, St. James’s offers Pilgrims Path in our regular Wednesday night programs
Reconciliation is our theme for our adult formation classes this season of Lent.
Mondays, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m., through April 10 with The Rev. Caroline Smith Parkinson.
In Financial Peace University Dave Ramsey and a St. James’s teaching team will walk this adult class through the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, planning for the future, and much more. Students are equipped with biblical principles to be who God created them to be, do more with their money, and manage their finances with […]
Annual Interfaith Dialogue with Congregation Beth Ahabah “Identity & Responsibility: What are the Markers of Our Faiths?” Wednesdays, April 26 and May 3, 7:00 p.m. Congregation Beth Ahabah – Joel House 1111 W. Franklin Street Sometimes defining what it means to be Jewish or to be Christian seems straightforward. Certainly, we have certain obvious markers […]
This engaging series invites deeper inquiry into issues relevant to the ongoing faith journey of adults.