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A Visit from Bishop John Harvey Taylor

#feedinghungryhearts As the neighborhood around 110-year-old St. James’ in the City in the Wilshire District of Los Angeles has changed, so its manifestation of the face of God, with members representing many nations and cultures. A Korean church within a church has thrived since the nineties, having gotten its start in the seventies at St.…

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Nurturing Online Dimensions with Morning Prayer

Steve Yeazell Mother Kate asked me to write a brief notice about the recently launched on-line Morning Prayer group.  Its inspiration was my realization of how much I missed the St. James community, and it occurred to me that one way of creating a little of that feeling was through a weekly on-line Morning Prayer…

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Each of Us Has a Role

Digital Ministry at St. James Justin E. Baker, Digital Ministry Director   Last Sunday was a special one for everybody. It was the first time in over a year that many were able to gather safely indoors at St. James in-the-City.  It was exciting. We are earthly, physical beings, after all, and experiencing liturgy with…

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Great Insights: St. James Episcopal School

Submitted by Head of School Peter Reinke It is such a blessing to lead St. James’ Episcopal School and be a parishioner at St. James’ Episcopal Church. I miss the Men’s group gatherings and coffee hour at table one. I miss greeting all of our students each morning in the school courtyard and at the…

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The Rev. John Kim and The Rev. Jon Feuss Named in New Roles

Dear Friends, In a time in our culture when the news isn’t always good, I am writing to announce some great news in the form of two clergy promotions. Effective immediately, Fr. John Kim is now our Senior Associate for Korean Ministries, and Fr. Jon Feuss is our Associate Rector. Fr. Kim truly is a pillar of ministry at St.…

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A Few Things

When it comes to churches I have been around the block more than a few times. And after forty-six years of ordained ministry I know a good church when I see one. Here is what I think about St. James’. I see it as a great congregation, a church of excellence, in a number of…

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Remembering Forgotten Blessings

During COVID-19 quarantine, I have missed being “physically present” on Sundays with my brothers and sisters in my parish family. I was raised in an Anglo-Catholic “High Church” tradition that was highly structured with many rules and regulations about how, when, and where the People should come together for the weekly Celebration of the Holy…

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