Starting the evening of September 16, St. James’s Episcopal Church will offer our regular semesters of Wednesday night programs, which all begin with an Evening Prayer service in the Chapel at 5:30 p.m.. This is followed by our famous Wednesday night dinners, prepared by our finest cooking teams and served from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Dinner and all programs are held in the Michaux House, our primary education and meeting space on the corner of Birch and West Franklin Streets.
Following dinner, we offer two tracks for parishioners and anyone who is interested in learning more about the Episcopal Church and our faith and traditions.
The Christian Journey
Wednesdays, 7:00 p.m. in Michaux House, Room 304, following Evening Prayer in the Chapel at 5:30 p.m. and dinner in Valentine Hall at 6:00 p.m.
- September 16 Creation, Creationism and Evolution: Thinking God’s Thought After God with the Rev. Dr. John Kerr
- September 23 Yom Kippur (No program)
- September 30 Creation, Creationism and Evolution: Part II
- October 7 Creation, Creationism and Evolution: Part III
- October 14 To Be Determined
- October 21 Separation of Church & State: An American Experiment with Dr. Andy Smith
- October 28 Feast of St. James’s (No program)
- November 4 Holy Land Pilgrimage with Carmen Germino and Pilgrims
- November 11 To Be Determined
- November 18 Taste of St. James’s (No program)
- November 25 Wednesday before Thanksgiving (No program)
- December 2 Jewish Roots of Christianity with Rabbi Martin Beifield
- December 9 The Future of Richmond Hill with Richard Rumble
- December 16 To Be Determined
Wednesdays, September 16-December 16, 2015, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Michaux House, Room 302
Pilgrim’s Path teaches participants what it means to be a Christian Disciple. This clergy-led class covers scripture, theology, ethics, The Book of Common Prayer, Christian spirituality, and the importance of outreach and service. Pilgrim’s Path is designed for newcomers, as well as for those who have been at St. James’s for years but want to learn more about what it means to follow Christ. It is required preparation for adults seeking baptism, confirmation, or reception into the church.
Contact: Anita Lisk, 355-1779, ext. 313, or email@example.com