Welcome to St. James

Please join us for worship or come to one of the many activities of the church. It is the hope of the congregation and Pastor of St. James that you will know God’s grace, peace, joy, and love as you worship with us. We worship together in the name of Jesus Christ our Savior and Lord through hearing the Holy Scriptures and the Word of God preached and receiving the Sacrament of Holy Communion.


CHRISTMAS SERVICES
Please invite your neighbors, family & friends.

CHRISTMAS EVE FESTIVAL SERVICE with HOLY COMMUNION
Tuesday, December 24th at 4:00 p.m.

This service is designed for everyone who enjoys Christmas Eve worship at an earlier time. Designed for ALL who have in the past been unable to attend the later service due to family events scheduled, or because of driving concerns later in the evening. ALL are welcome at this service. Begin now to consider coming and inviting your friends, neighbors, and family to this enjoyable and meaningful service. There will be Holy Communion at this service.


HOLY COMMUNION and CANDLELIGHT SERVICE
Tuesday, December 24th starting at 8:45 p.m.

8:45 PM – Christmas Prelude Music
9:00 PM – Worship

This is the traditional candle-light service with Holy Communion. Invite your family and friends to this service and experience the “real meaning of Christmas,” the nativity of Jesus Christ our Lord!


FIRST SUNDAY OF CHRISTMAS
Sunday, December 29th at 9:00 a.m.

A service of Lessons & Carols


Making a List… and Checking it Twice…

Beloved community, The season of joy is upon us! Even the most spontaneous of folks tend to make lists and check them twice. We even sing it in a Christmas carol. It’s a way of keeping order, a way of making sure the most important things aren’t missed, and a way of helping see things more clearly. In October, 36 folks gathered together to share stories about the ministries and hopes for St. James. Conversation gathered around the Carnival in September, and we talked about what kinds of beliefs, attitudes, and actions make a vibrant church. Time was also spent naming in small groups what folks thought this congregation’s assets are (the things we have that we can … Continue reading