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For the events in our national's capitol on 6 January 2021, we offer our prayers. In this season of Epiphany, God, may we "spread abroad your Spirit, that all peoples may be gathered under the banner of the Prince of Peace, as children of God."  

As has been our tradition, we offer Lessons and Carols on the last Sunday of the year. Thank you to the Collett quartet for the carols, and to our many readers.

We were blessed to have a musical medley prelude played by Bill Elliot prior to our Christmas Eve Service. Thank you Bill for sharing your talents with us.

Thank you to everyone who helped make this service possible. This is the full recording of the live-streamed 2020 Christmas Eve Eucharist. Father John presided from the church. This video begins with an introduction and then proceeds through the entire service, including a candle-light singing of "Silent Night." If you want to listen to Bill Elliot's musical prelude, that can be found on a separate video. We hope you have a blessed Christmastide.

Thank you to the children, youth, and caregivers who contributed a reading of Luke 2:1-20 for a Diocese of Central New York Christmas pageant. The video is featured in the 4:00 p.m. Christmas Eve service led by Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe. Contributors include Caden, Batleen and Margaret of St. James’ Episcopal Church, Clinton

Musicians, singers and technicians of the Diocese of Central New York in a "Joy to the World" virtual choir for Christmas. Jan W. and Kathy C. from St. James contributed to this project.

On the winter solstice, the Clinton Ministerium offers the service of the Longest Night, to offer hope and love, acknowledging that some find this holiday season filled with sadness as they remember those no longer with us, especially during this most difficult year.

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