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Gumbo Info and Flyer Link
Gumbo 2016 Opens Tomorrow!

Co-chairs Kelly Williams and Susan Rolfs invite you to Gumbo, and to get involved! Come, enjoy the fun and fellowship that develops working with your fellow parishioners -- Gumbo Guys and Gals!

Come, enjoy lunch -- and bring a friend! Introduce them to your church and parish family. Come, make life a little easier for yourself, or a friend, and pick up a pint or quart of gumbo, along with sides, to heat-and-eat at home.

Click the link below to check out the volunteer opportunities available on Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays, and sign-up for one shift, or weekly. You'll be glad you did!

John Pastorek will be broadcasting 2une-In live from St. James starting at 5:00 a.m. tomorrow morning! Come, be in our "studio audience," and share the fellowship that is St. James!

 
 
Glory & Gumbo
2016 Fr. John Moloney Speaker Series Begins Tomorrow!
 

The second annual Glory & Gumbo - Fr. John Moloney Preaching Series line-up begins with the Rev. Canon Shannon Manning of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana, at 12:05 p.m. on Friday, February 12. Get your Gumbo before, or after her presentation, which will end by 12:30 p.m. Look for a flyer describing the whole series in your mail, soon, or download a copy here.

 
 
Wednesdays in Lent
Register Now for Wednesdays in Lent
 

An exciting menu of worship, soup-and-salad dinner, and educational options for all ages on Wednesday evenings in Lent, beginning Wednesday, February 17, has been planned out.

You can read more here. The evening begins with Holy Eucharist at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner, then class options for adults, as well as programs for children and youth, all ending by 7:15 p.m.

 

We are asking that you register for each Wednesday you plan to attend so we can make appropriate dinner, space, and supply plans.

 
 
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With the St. James Compline Choir
 

May the Lord Almighty grant us a peaceful night and a perfect end.

From the ancient monastic practice of ending the day in prayer and praise of God, this serene service features a small group of singers leading prayers and chants that may be joined as you desire. Its principal parts are a confession to clear the conscience, then a psalm, short lesson and hymn, all about quiet sleep and confidence in God’s protection.

All are welcome to come experience one of the softly beautiful Anglican gems of worship. Come clothed in comfort, make your position comfortable, or move about and study the church or windows in silence, and use the beautiful sounds at the close of the day to deepen your journey through Lent.

 
   
 
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