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In order to stay healthy and protect others during the COVID-19 pandemic, the clergy and vestry of St. James have developed a set of guidelines for attendance at both indoor and outdoor meetings.  In order to access the Indoor Meeting Protocol, click on the following button.  Indoor Protocol  For the Outdoor Meeting Protocol, use this seconbd button.  Outdoor Protocol

Dear Friends in Christ,

As Presiding Bishop Michael Curry reminds us, “If it is not about Love, it is not about God.” The question for St. James, as we continue our journey together, is “What is Love calling us to do? There are no easy answers, and yet we must stay awake and alert to the opportunities we are being given to “welcome all, love all, and serve all.”

Lauri SoJourner, Executive Director at the Lake Logan Conference Center, recently released detailed information about fall activities at the Center.  These include opportunites for vestries, individuals, and families.  To learn more about Lake Logan and the events taking place there, go to the Center's website by clicking on the following button.  Lake Logan

Drive-through Eucharists continue to draw good numbers of St. James parishioners as we all struggle to cope with restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.  Diane King kindly submitted the attached photos of the Sept. 20th event.

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Bishop José McLoughlin will be visiting St. James on Sunday, December 20th, to confirm and receive new members and reaffirm any member who wishes to recommit to their Christian life at St. James. There will be an information session on Zoom on Sunday, September 27th, at 2:00 PM for those who are interested, with confirmation classes beginning the following Sunday, October 4th, at 2:00 PM. A Zoom link and further information will be forthcoming.

You might want to participate if you are a new member coming from another faith tradition and want to be confirmed in the Episcopal Church; OR
—if you are a new member coming from no faith tradition and want to be confirmed in the Episcopal Church; OR
—if you are a new member coming from another faith tradition that recognizes a Trinitarian baptism (Roman Catholic, Lutheran, Orthodox) and want to be received into the Episcopal Church; OR
—if you are already a member at St. James and want to reaffirm your ministry among us or simply mark a particular moment that may be taking place in your life.

For teenage members of St. James who want to be confirmed in the Episcopal Church, please contact Christoph Herpel through the church office or by email (see About Us/Leadership/Staff).