Get to know the St. James Parish Community through our different ministry areas!
The ministry of St. James Parish would not be possible without the work of our staff and lay leaders! The Administration Commission helps support those behind the scenes tasks that make each service, outreach opportunity, event, and concert possible.
The role of Congregational Care is crucial to St James and its vision to build community through ministries that strengthen our faith. St James offers a wide variety of pastoral ministries with both professional and lay leadership. We care about the whole person and walk together during times of joy, sorrow, and transition and bring the good news that nothing can separate them fr…Read More »
Christian formation is the lifelong process of growing in our relationship with God, self, others, and all creation. It is an ongoing apprenticeship in Christian life, a lifelong venture that broadens and deepens our faith and knowledge. We call it formation, rather than education because our goal is not just to obtain information, but to be transformed into the image of Christ b…Read More »
St. James Parish is deeply involved with the community. Opportunities abound for those who wish to live Christ's mission to "Love your neighbor as yourself." We want to take a moment to introduce you to our Outreach Commission Lay Leaders and some of our Outreach Partners. Together we can build a stronger community. If you are interested in serving or would like to know more abou…Read More »
St. James Episcopal Church has gotten creative with Parish Life opportunities over the last year. We invite you to come and see! We've made a commitment to maintaining our connection while respecting the rules of social distancing.
An important part of our heritage as Episcopalians is that our lives are centered around worship which engages the energies of the entire congregation, rather than a performance by the clergy. Therefore, full and deliberate participation by everyone is encouraged by singing hymns, psalms, and canticles; in reciting prayers together; and by joining together in the sacrament of Hol…Read More »