ST. JAMES’ SERVICE TIMES:
7:30 am, Holy Eucharist, Rite I
8:40 am & 11:05 am Holy Eucharist, RIte II
Fill out and wear a nametag! Sharpies and nametag stickers are everywhere.
For your convenience, we now have seat cushions located in the back pews of the church. Assistive hearing devices, large print copies of the Book of Common Prayer, and prayer shawls to keep you warm, are also located in the Narthex.
SUNDAY SCHOOL: 10 am
CONNECTEDNESS - COMMUNITY - GRACE
10 am. Room 103 Gray Hall.
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ECCE QUAM BONUM
I hope your Latin is up to date. This is from Psalm 133 and it means BEHOLD HOW GOOD… It then goes on to say Oh how good and pleasant it is when brethren (people) dwell together in unity…
On Sundays, May 19 and 26, at 10 am we will have an adult class in 103 Gray Hall entitled CONNECTEDNESS - COMMUNITY - GRACE.
Using the music of Paul Thorn, John Prine, The Band, Bob Marley, U 2, and others, we will look at and discuss how we live together in our families, our church, and our communities.
Please join us. David
10 am. Oak Ridge Hall.
As Bishop Seage reminded us at his annual visitation, the Easter season is the only time when we really get to hear from the church's history book- the Acts of the Apostles. In essence, we get a window into what the early Christians did after Jesus was raised and ascended into heaven. Today's lesson (Acts 11:1-18) deals with who can be in the church and who can't be, specifically under Peter's leadership. Only Peter's assumption about who is or who is not a part of God's people is about to be blown out of the water. Have you ever had your assumptions about others blown out of the water by God? Who is and is not allowed to be a part of the family we call the church? See you Sunday, Father Seth+
10 am. Fowler Hall.
No Youthworks! THis sunday:
YOUTH SUMMER KICK-OFF PARTY - After the 11:05 am service.
After a long school year, summer deserves to be kicked off in style! Join us after church at the home of the Becketts for a Summer Kick Off Pool Party! We will have music, food, and fun as we celebrate another end of school year. Sign up to bring items will go out soon so be on the look out. Until then, mark your calendars!
No Catechesis of the Good Shepherd for Children:
The Church School Year for Children ended on Sunday, May 12. Many thanks to all the parents who have brought their children to the atrium this year! The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is a community of children and adults devoted to reflecting together on the scriptures and liturgy of the church. The children have been a blessing to each other and to the adults who work with them in the atrium.
Yoga on the Labyrinth:
3 pm for about an hour-ish. (Orin Oak Ridge Hall Depending on the weather)
The class is for all levels (beginner to experienced). Bring a mat and a blanket (if you don't have a yoga blanket any beach towel will do - it is just for sitting on and padding our knees) and some water; if you want to bring blocks or straps that is fine as well. As this is a sacred space, all are invited to bring something 'sacred to them' to place on the Labyrinth. If you have any questions contact Ray at 601-940-0037 or firstname.lastname@example.org