On July 3rd, our interim rector, the Rev. Dr. Carol Jablonski, issued a new pastoral letter updating the status of the ongoing closure at St. James and announcing upcoming changes in the security procedures on the church campus.  Additionally, her letter provides details about the start of a few small-group outdoor gatherings—the only kind we can have at the moment.  All parishioners are urged to read Rev. Carol's letter, which can be viewed  in its entirety by clicking on the following link. Pastoral letter

According to Judi Frame, the St. James face mask project has produced a grand total of 673 masks for the Rescue Mission, IAM, and The Storehouse.  The seamstresses are taking a well-earned break right now, but may resume in the fall if additional masks are needed.  Congratulations to everyone involved!   

Weekday worship services, as well as Sunday Christian Formation and Sunday coffee hour are all available via the online meeting service, Zoom.  You can join Zoom by going to and then using this link to sign up with your email:  Follow the on-screen instructions, then check your inbox for a confirmation email. Follow the instructions on the Zoom meeting page to connect with audio and video for the meeting.  Note that you may want to install the Zoom app on your Apple or Android phone.  Zoom links for Christian Formation, coffee hour, and weekday services are as follows:

Sunday Christian Formation and Coffee Hour:

Sunday Christian Formation begins at 9:00 AM.  The Zoom meeting number is 873 8391 1873 and the password is 777444.

Sunday coffee hour begins after the morning service, starting around 11:00 AM.  The Zoom meeting number is 879 8441 1500 and the password is 440429.

Weekday Service Viewing:

Mondays at noon (Noonday Prayer): meeting number is 921 4215 4909 and the password is 041339.

Wednesdays at noon (Noonday Prayer & Healing and Bible Study): meeting number is 832 7867 8652 and the password is 908286.

Thursdays at 8:30 a.m. (Morning Prayer): meeting number is 976 4540 7868 and the password is 026298.

According to the Episcopal News Service, the Book of Common Prayer and other devotional resources are being offered free of charge during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Click here to learn more about this offer.

In order to keep everyone as well educated as possible about the coronavirus, our Interim Rector has requested that the attached video be posted on our website.  Click the Read More to access the link to the video.