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Doers Doing in the Community is an outreach ministry to women of the REAL Life program. Team members provided a car filled with fresh veggies, fruits, and a variety of other foods, as well as a personal hygiene items to seven women residing in the REAL Women’s house.
Real Life, one of our partner agencies, provides transitional recovery housing and support to individuals who have been impacted by incarceration, homelessness, or substance abuse disorder and who are in recovery as they strive toward a self-sufficient life. 

Our witness in the world as DOERS of the Word is needed more than ever. If you would like to add your name to the team roster.  Please contact me, Rev. Hilary Streever, I will get you in touch with co-leaders Judy Philpott or Yvonne Gibney.

In these challenging times we have come to find deep comfort in our time together to worship, to find peace, and to grow our faith. We have found that it’s not so much about coming to the church – we have discovered wherever we are, that WE are the church.

We make offerings in thanks for God’s generosity to us. I want to invite you to participate and support our transformative ministries, serving both our parish and those who look to us in need.

If we were together in the Sanctuary, we would pass the plate, but since we are in front of our computers and cell phones, I want to tell you how David and I make our gifts to the church:
  • We take out our phones and open the St. James’s app. This app contains the entire Book of Common Prayer, today’s service bulletin, a link to the live worship service, a calendar of events, and a link called GIVE.
  • We click on the give tab. 
  • This is where you can make a weekly offering plate gift or decide to make a recurring gift right now to share God’s gifts to sustain the worship and ministries of our church.

Walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself for us, an offering and sacrifice to God.
-The Rev. Hilary Streever
Independence Day Broadcast
Saturday, July 4, at 10:00 a.m.
Join us for our first ever Independence Day Service.

This will be service of lessons, prayers and hymns, including “O beautiful for spacious skies,” “My country, tis of thee,” “Eternal Father, strong to save,” and “God of our fathers.”

In addition, our parishioners will read the Declaration of Independence, our founding document that is as relevant today as it was in 1776: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

Please tell your friends about this service. Many will want to celebrate Independence Day in a meaningful way.
Thank You Doers!
Follow the links below to see some highlights of what we have accomplished as a parish.