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Coming up:
Loaves & Fishes RI
March 10 & 11
10:30 am

Happy St. Patrick's Day!
March 17

Loaves & Fishes RI
March 21
4:30 pm

Palm Sunday
March 25

Maundy Thursday
March 28
7:00 pm

Good Friday
March 29
7:00 pm

Easter Sunday
April 1

Contemporary Service
9 am

Easter Brunch & Children's Egg Hunt 
10 am

Traditional Service 
11 am
March 1, 2018
Looking Ahead - Holy Week
 Holy Week

Palm Sunday Services
Sunday, March 25
Contemporary Service at 9:00 am

Traditional Service at 11:00 am

Maundy Thursday 
Thursday, March 29
7:00 pm

Good Friday
Friday, March 30
7:00 pm

Easter Sunday
Sunday, April 1
Contemporary Service at 9:00 am
Traditional Service at 11:00 am

T here will be an Easter Brunch and Children's Egg Hunt at 10:00 am between the two services!

All are welcome to attend!

March Mission of the Month-Church Beyond the Walls

Our mission of the month for March will benefit Church Beyond the Walls.

"Church Beyond the Walls (CBW) is a street-¬≠church community called to build solidarity among people from all walks of life -housed and unhoused, poor and privileged, churched and unchurched. We are a specialized mission of the Episcopal Diocese of RI in partnership with the New England Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America."

This is a vibrant and vital expression of Christ's church in our local community.  We invite you to make a contribution to CBW on any of the Sundays in March and to learn more at
February Mission of the Month - Thank You!
Thank you to all who contributed to our February Mission to support We Share Hope.  Thanks to your generosity we were able to exceed the $1,000 match given by a member of St. James!  Thank you to that generous individual for setting such a great goal!

If you have not yet contributed to February's mission, it's not too late!  Feel free to drop a contribution in the offering or mail it to the church office.

These funds will help our friends at We Share Hope continue to do the life-changing work that they do!   
Easter Flowers

It's time to order your Easter flowers in memory of Loved Ones.

Choose from a variety of flowers including:


Order Forms with pricing information can be found in the pew pockets and in the Community Room at church.  When paying by check, please write "Easter Flowers" in the memo line.

The last day to place your order is Sunday, 
March 25!  
Loaves and Fishes RI - Volunteer Request

Sue Loughlin and Jen Kirby will be leading the Loaves and Fishes runs for this month on March 10th, 11th and 21st. We need help with prep and truck for all days!

If you are able to help out please text or call Jen at 401-644-3249 or email .

Thank you for your support!!
New Refrigerator
The refrigerator in the upstairs kitchen needs to be replaced.  If you would like to contribute to the cost of a new one, please feel free to place a donation in the offering on any of the upcoming Sundays or send it to the church office directly.  Please mark your contribution "New Refrigerator".  

A member of the St. James Congregation is offering to match every contribution made up to $300, so please consider making a donation today!  

Thank you!
Reading Across Rhode Island 2018

"The Hate U Give," the 2018 Reading Across Rhode Island book selection, will be the focus of two events in March sponsored by Barrington Interfaith Partners and the Barrington Clergy Association. The groups are encouraging community members to read the book during February.
On Monday, March 5, Jordan Seaberry, Director of Public Policy and Advocacy at the Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence, will address some of the themes of the book. The forum will be at Temple Habonim, 165 New Meadow Road, from 7 - 8:30 pm.
On Monday, March 12, from 7 - 8:30, a community wide discussion will be held at St. James Lutheran Church, 49 Middle Hwy. Both events are free, open to the public, and appropriate adults and teenagers.
Written by Angie Thomas, "The Hate U Give" is a compelling story told by Starr Carter, the sixteen-year-old protagonist. Starr navigates two worlds: the poor, urban neighborhood where she lives, and her private, suburban high school. She is the only witness to the fatal shooting of her unarmed friend by a police officer. This debut novel examines issues of racism honestly and compassionately.

Find out more at: and join us for our two local events this month!
Worship Volunteer Sign-Up
Click on the link above to access the Spring 2018 Worship Volunteer Sign-up!!

Anyone can sign up for any of the worship volunteer roles. It's easy to do!  Just click on the link above and follow the signupgenius directions. If you prefer, there is also a paper & pencil sign-up sheet in the community room.  Just fill in your name and the email address where you want your reminder to go!
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