Call to Prayer: “Thy Kingdom Come” by the Primate & the Archbishop of Canterbury St. Luke writes that following the Ascension of the Lord, the disciples were gathered in an upper room “constantly devoting themselves to prayer.” A number of women joined them, including Mary, the mother of Jesus (Acts 1:14). One wonders what the […]

Please join us on Thursday, May 25 at 6:30 pm for the Feast of the Ascension of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. High Mass followed by refreshments in the Rectory.

Congratulations and the assurance of our prayers go to the seven members of St. James’ who were confirmed, and to the one member who was received into the Anglican Communion, at the uplifting service in Christ Church Cathedral on Saturday. This is cause for rejoicing and celebration, and an encouragement to us all, as we […]

What is the Lectionary? In our Anglican tradition, like that of the Roman Catholic Church, the Eucharist, the Mass, is a liturgy of both word and sacrament, each of which has its own significance. In the liturgy of the word we feed on scripture, the bible, through listening together to the record of the revelation […]

St. James’ is known for its excellent music and our choir dazzled in Holy Week. I hope their music and the praises we sing together are helpful in bringing you closer to God, and leading you deeper into prayer. You may say, “I can’t really sing,” or “I come for the Eucharist, or the sermon, […]