Your Financial Support Matters
St. James’s and Beth Ahabah congregations partnered to help our Church Hill neighbors stay safe and healthy by sewing fabric masks.

We are so grateful for our friends at Beth Ahabah and to our Doers at St. James’s! This collaborative act of service is a way of showing our gratitude for God’s generosity to us. You can learn more here.

We give out of a response to God's love, and to DO. Your gifts enable St James’s to deliver live streaming worship on Sundays and Evening Prayer on Wednesdays as well as to enable our ministries to others.

At St. James's we have several ways to give:

  • If your custom is to pay a lump sum at year-end, consider setting up a recurring monthly draft from your bank or financial institution
  • Create an automatic payment through your online banking portal
  • Simply by using our website, here, you can set up recurring payments
  • Our church app is a wonderful tool, and great for giving online

We are deeply grateful for your engagement and faithful support. Thank you for all you do!
Save the date, September 13
St. James’s will kick off the season with an outdoor worship celebration at Rock Bottom. Come hear live music, see the clergy and lectors in-person, and share the joy of being together as a parish family again. Details will follow with: safety protocols, logistics, registration, and directions.
Town Hall: Plans for the Fall
We will be holding 4 parish-wide, one-hour Digital Town Hall meetings. These will cover the future plans for the fall and the strategies we are planning while going into the fall. Please register for one date below, we will be using Zoom, and space is limited.

  • 8/12, 5:00 p.m.
  • 8/13, 11:30 a.m.
  • 8/19, 5:00 p.m.
  • 8/20, 11:30 a.m.
Sacred Ground Webinars
Coming to St. James’s September 2020

A resource designed for use by Episcopal congregations, "Sacred Ground" is a ten-part film and readings-based dialogue series on race, grounded in faith. This series is especially designed to help white people talk with other white people. You are invited to join one of our small, lay-facilitated groups. Meeting once or twice a month, each small group walks through chapters of America’s history of race and racism, while weaving in threads of family story, economic class, and political and regional identity.