Pancake Supper February 13 5:30-7ish pm
Join us in the Parish Hall for a Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper. Gluten-free option available.
Ash Wednesday Service February 14 at 7 p.m.
Sevice of imposition of ashes and Holy Communion.
Ashes to Go. For those unable to be at the Wednesday night service, we’ll have Ashes to Go! Mother Joanna will be outside the red church doors (or just inside in case of inclement weather) offering ashes and brief prayers from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. and from noon to 1 p.m. on February 14th.
Wednesday Noon Worship in Lent. Join us for a simple celebration of Holy Eucharist on Wednesdays at noon in the parish hall through Lent. We’ll start on February 21.
Compline, sometimes referred to as night prayer, is the last prayer of the day in many liturgical traditions, including the Episcopal church. It is traditionally said or sung prior to retiring for the day. Many people from our St. James’ family helped to create this short, peace filled service. We hope that you will watch it often and that it will enhance your personal worship.
If you would like to watch our first Compline video, you can view it on YouTube.
St. James is the yellow wooden church half way up Williams Street (on the left heading away from the Villiage green). Some e-maps locate us at the corner of Williams and College Streets, the location of Stone Pres Church.
St. James' Episcopal church, along with other area churches, supports the County Pantry. If you, or someone you know, is struggling with keeping food on the table, contact the Country Pantry. If your child is in the Westmoreland or Clinton School District, and needs nutritional snacks, please call 315-272-5267. www.thecountrypantry.org facebook; FB.me/thecountrypantry75
St. James’ Episcopal Church is a community of faith where we come together in Christ to develop spiritually through worship and Spirit-led action. We experience the sacred through our liturgy, music, hospitality, and shared ministries. As part of our outreach mission to the greater Clinton area, the parish campus is used by various community groups as a place of meeting and fellowship. We are continually and prayerfully exploring ways to transform the world through loving faith-filled service. More...