St. James Episcopal Church and Preschool
“Enter as strangers…leave as friends!”
Our mission is
to be a welcoming worship community,
where God's presence is felt and from which,
we are sent to proclaim Christ’s love and serve others.
Worship...providing a prayerful, learning environment that touches every heart and enriches every soul.
Fellowship...offering social and spiritual interactivity, sharing the peace and love of Jesus Christ both within the church and beyond the doors of our church.
Service...doing God's work in our community and the world.
Historical Presence...celebrating over 150 years of the Anglican tradition in our community and creating the spiritual foundation and means to ensure the future of our parish family.
Church Family...sharing a Christ-centered relationship that welcomes, loves, and cares for each individual.
All are welcome to discuss Author Madeleine L’Engle's "A Wrinkle in Time"!
L'Engle is a fellow Episcopalian, who served as librarian and writer in residence at New York City’s St. John the Divine church.
The story has recently been made into a major motion picture, and copies of her book are available online, in libraries,
or could be borrowed from several of the regular group attendees.
If you are interested in talking about
her work, join us!
Monday, May 21st from 5:00 - 6:00 pm
in the Parish Hall!
The General Conventionf of the Episcopal Church is coming to the Dioces of Texas, in Austin! This triennial convention is responsible for conducting the business of The Episcopal Church. And, we need your help!
This new way for giving, allows you a quick, secure and convenient way to support St. James!
May 6, 2018
8:00 am - Rite I Service
LEM - Tom James
Lector - Tom James
Usher - Pete Hamel
Counter - Chuck Gibson
Choir Call @ 9:15 am - In the Sanctuary
Childcare @ 9:15 pm St. James' Preschool
10:30 am - Rite II Service
LEM – Ken Berg Acolyte – Lee
Lector – Judy Balch
Ushers – Sam Kuninger & Steve Stringfellow
Intercessor – Ann Rogers
Vestry Person of the Day
Dianna Berg, Virginia James, Ann Rogers & Sue Spaulding
Jesus said, "I do not call you servants any longer...but I have called you friends..." (John 15:15)