Limited in-person worship resumes at St. James

On September 23rd, our Interim Rector, the Rev. Dr. Carol Jablonski, announced guidelines for the resumption of in-person worship services on a limited basis.  Attendance will be limited to 25 people/service, advance reservations will be required, and strict protocols must be followed.  The services affected are Saturdays at 5:00 PM, and Sundays at 7:30 and 10:00 AM.  Full details, including how to make a reservation, can be found under NEWS below: see both the 9/23 pastoral letter and the blog article with links to protocols for Indoor and Outdoor Meetings.  Importantly, however, in addition to the limited re-opening, St. James will continue to livestream the Holy Eucharist on Saturdays at 5:00 PM and on Sundays at 10:00 AM.  Livestreamed weekend services are available via Facebook.  Facebook page  (Note: the video will appear on the timeline a few minutes before the service starts.  Please reload the page if you do not see the video posting at the start time.  Due to copyright constraints, full services will only stream live and are not available for later viewing.  A limited number of sermons beginning with May 31st are available for viewing, however: see Worship and Music.)   To view the bulletin for the 10:00 AM service on Sunday, October 25th, click the following button. Bulletin

And now, we bid you welcome to our website and thank you for your interest in St. James! Our parishioners form a vibrant community of 700 plus members who come here to be refreshed through worship and Christian education, so they can continue to live the mission to which they have been called by God. We strive to create a nurturing, caring, and supportive spiritual home where all are loved, welcomed, and served. We eagerly anticipate getting to know you and welcoming you into our family. Our life together as members of St. James Episcopal Church in Hendersonville is guided by our mission and vision statements:

St. James Mission Statement: Every member is vital as we follow the example of Jesus’ servant ministry to welcome all, love all, serve all, through Christ.

St. James Vision Statement: St. James will be a community of passionate servants who live out God's ever-present love through inspiring worship, faith-forming discipleship, and active ministries that make an impact in the church, the community, and the world.

We strive to adhere to these statements in all of our ministries and our life together, whether they are in helping the community around us or in supporting our fellow parishioners.

If you are viewing our website for announcements about changes in service times related to bad weather or to learn about upcoming special events, please click on the block labeled "News" below. 

With His blessings,

The clergy, staff, and parishioners of St. James