Tell us your stories!
As we continue in this season of Pentecost, we’d like to further the conversation on “what it means to you to be an instrument of transformation in the world.” Throughout the next several weeks you will see featured stories of the people of St. James’ on the web and social media. We need to hear from you!
My name is William Grant. Most people call me Bill and the Guyanese community call me W.G. I was born in the bauxite mining town of Mackenzie, Guyana, South America. I was brought up in the Anglican denomination as a strict Anglo-Catholic with the smells and bells (lots of incense,) an altar boy at the…Read More
Listen to Reward’s story: My name is Reward Anyanwu, and I’m a devoted long-time parishioner for over 45 years at St. James’. This week has been wonderful. Yesterday we had the consecration of the Coadjutor. It was a great consecration. This is my second consecration for bishops in the diocese of Los Angeles. I was…Read More
Listen to Amanda’s story. I’m a data analyst. I got my start in communications studying how people create and maintain perceptions. And I transferred that skillset to data analytics. I analyze large pools of data for human insights on how people do – and what they do – to explain how people act differently than…Read More
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…Read More
In the Summer of 2012, I made the decision to leave everything I knew- my career, my home and life in Charleston, SC to drive all the way across the country. The adventure was full of freedom, solitude, and at times fear. But, mostly it was full of wonder and curiosity. I saw much of…Read More