Sunday, October 2, 2016
Blessing of The Animals
The Holy Eucharist, Rite I
This is a traditional language service with a sermon, organ music and hymns.
The Holy Eucharist, Rite II
This service is offered in a rich panoply of ancient and contemporary language, ritual and song. The Choir of St. James’ offers music from Gregorian Chant and Renaissance polyphony to traditional Anglican Cathedral music and anthems written by today’s most celebrated living composers. The Sermon, rooted in biblical scholarship, addresses relevant issues for day-to-day living.
HeARTS for God (for children)
The Holy Eucharist, Korean Language, Rite II
Every 1st, 3rd & 4th (and 5th) Sunday of the Month, Holy Eucharist from the Korean language version of The Book of Common Prayer is celebrated in the main church with music and preaching followed by fellowship in the Parish Hall.
Tuesdays, 12:15 PM
Holy Eucharist, Rite II, in the Chapel
Thursdays, 7:00 PM
Holy Eucharist, Rite II, Korean Language, in the Chapel
Fridays, 5:45 PM
Chapel Prayer Service (following Soup Kitchen)
We are three hundred plus souls from many lands and cultures who come together in the middle of Los Angeles in a century-old parish that thrives as it prays, sings, works, serves, and plays together. We are also a flourishing K-6 elementary school, a preschool, a soup kitchen and food pantry, prayer groups, a multi-year Education for Ministry group, book groups, men’s and women’s groups, and much more. We invite you to use this web site to explore some of the things we are currently doing and to enrich our lives by joining us.
This past Thursday at the first all-school chapel of the Fall Semester, we celebrated Father Aidan’s 25th anniversary as Chaplain at St. James’ School.
A new stole (bearing the school’s crest), a gift from the school ‒ specially designed by Cliff Chally for the occasion ‒ was presented by Fr. Koh’s wife, Christina. Jeffrey Armour, Esq., of the St. James School Board presented Fr Aidan with a Proclamation from the City of Los Angeles.
And to top it off, Ms. Serena Beeks, the Executive Director of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles Commission on Schools, officially announced that Fr Aidan was named a Canon of the Diocese and presented him with the cross that Bishop Bruno gives to all Canons.
So now the Reverend has become the Reverend Canon and is now properly addressed as Canon Aidan or Canon Koh.
Congratulations Canon Koh! Thank you for 25 years of service as Chaplain of St. James School. May God bless you as you move into the next 25!