8:00 am Rite I, 9:00 am Rite II (nursery available) Live stream 10:10 am Christian Formation Adult - The Disciples Class: Lippitt Room w/ Ginny Woodruff and the Rev. Cheryl Brainard. Topic of discussion will be the upcoming "Sacred Ground" series. The Bible Study: Bishop Wright Room w/ Susan Ingle to discuss scripture readings for today. Faith Formation: Green Room w/ the Rev. Phillip Craig. Discussion will be led by Leslie and David Jarrett. Children: Tiny ones will enjoy the nursery. Toddlers will gather in the childrens' chapel. Elementary age children will gather in the upstairs yoga room before breaking out into small groups. Our amazing youth, 6th-12th grade will "Waffle With Jesus" as they make their own waffles (you never "sau-sage" a meal!) in the Perry Hall gym kitchen
11:15 am Holy Eucharist Rite II (nursery available)
We extend a sincere welcome to you and we hope you will come and find your place at St. James. We have long been an active, working church with parishioners who play a vital role in parish ministries and community life. The range of St. James' ministries is as broad as the interests of its members.
Christian Formation for children endeavors to support and supplement the family's efforts to raise children as followers of Christ. Children's Formation includes Sunday classes as well as seasonal festivals and intergenerational events. Preschool ages 2 to 5 years, and grades 1 through 5 use a lectionary-based curriculum enhanced with art and music. Middle school classes include confirmation preparation and current event issues. Senior high classes engage in weekly Bible study from a young person's perspective.
St. James Parish occupies a full city block in downtown Wilmington, surrounded by Market St., 3rd Street, Dock Street, and 4th Street. Parking is available through the week and on Sundays on Market, 3rd, Dock and 4th Streets, adjacent to the church. Although the street parking is free, please note that on weekdays, parking on Market, 3rd and 4th Streets (other than the block of 4th Street behind the church property) is restricted to 2 hours, after which parking fines may be imposed by the City of Wilmington.
Membership at St. James, as with any other Episcopal parish, is governed by Canonical requirements of the Episcopal Church. It begins with the Sacrament of Holy Baptism, it continues with confirmation or reception by a bishop of the Episcopal Church, and it is maintained through a continuing commitment to the mission and ministries of the local parish.
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On behalf of the wardens and vestry of St. James Parish, we want to thank you for being a part of the Community of St. James. The contributions and the faithful ministries of all who served in various capacities across our parish have helped this parish to fulfill the mission and ministry to which we are called. Let us move Forward Together with Joy, Gratitude, and Generosity!
The St. James Parish Foundation was established in 2003 with the mission of supporting the needs of St. James Parish’s wonderful and historic church campus in perpetuity. The Foundation supports its mission by providing financial contributions to the Parish through targeted distributions for capital or specific campaign-related needs. Those contributions are through the assets that have been so generously donated to St. James Parish over the years by its’ congregation. You can easily donate online! Donate Online Here