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Where’s Lauren?

Many of you know Lauren Azeltine as our very hard working Parish Administrator. Some of you know that she often sings with the St. James’ Choir for our services of Evensong. But the reason we don’t see her on Sunday morning is that she is a member of All Saints, Beverly Hills, and is a…

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Into the World

When Rev. Jenifer first suggested the theme of Into the World for the start of the Pentecost season, it seemed so right for more than one reason. “Into the World” was exactly where the Holy Spirit drove those first disciples to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ and to witness to the love of…

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Summer Days

Summers on Long Island where I grew up, meant the beach, with all it’s heat and salt and critters. We could go to the ocean side and be batted around by the waves or over to the more peaceful bay, where we could swim a straight line, dig for clams and have our toes tweaked…

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Guest Choir for Parish Feast Day

We welcome the Monaco Boys Choir to sing at our Parish Feast Day Eucharist on July 23, 2017. “Les Petits Chanteurs de Monaco” was founded in 1974 by H.S.H. Prince Rainier III to showcase the Principality’s historic association with culture and the performing arts. It is a part of the Monaco Cathedral Choir, founded in…

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Search Update

As promised, we want to update you on the progress of our search for a new rector. We have almost reached the end of the first stage, self-study, discernment, and the preparation of a parish portfolio (also called a profile). The last pieces of the profile will be in place within a few days. We…

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Working Together

From the Bishop Eric Law, Founder and Executive Director of the Kaleidoscope Institute and friend and from time to time consultant to St. James’ comments in The Sustainist about the almost $60 million spent on the special election in Georgia’s 6th district this past week, said to be the most expensive election of its kind…

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What Next?

What next? The arc of God’s love expressed in the earthly life of Jesus of Nazareth begins in a stable in the person of a tiny baby and extends through the paschal mystery of Christ’s dying and rising, culminating in Christ’s ascension to the right hand of God. That is the sacred story of the…

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INTO THE WORLD How are we instruments of transformation? How do we preach hope in our everyday lives apart from Sunday? The season of Pentecost is the celebration of not only the birth of the Church, but also the grow the of faith and of love throughout the world as the disciples went forth beyond…

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Deepest Gratitude

Deepest Gratitude…. to all who responded to our mid year stewardship drive! Thank you , Ola Thomas and Mumbie Fredson-Cole, Co-Chairs of the Stewardship Committee, to the Guides who followed up with phone calls and emails to assist people , to all who did “Minute for Mission”, sharing stories about their gratitude for St. James,…

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Listening to Your Life – Quiet Day at St. James’

Plan to attend a special Pentecost quiet day, titled “Listening to Your Life”, here at St. James’ in the City, led by The Episcopal Church’s 25th Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold and longtime poet-writer colleague Barbara Braver on Saturday, June 3rd, from 9:30am to 3:00pm. The quiet day is set to open with coffee and conversation…

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