Lent was originally meant for catechumens (those preparing and studying for Baptism) and for the excommunicated to get back in the good graces of the church. Now, all Christians are invited into the 40-day and 40-night journey, as a way of preparing foremost for The Feast of the Resurrection, but also to examine oneself and study the accounts of God's salvation throughout the history of humankind. If you would like time with a confessor, or just someone to share your faith with, feel free to contact me at 654-7787 and make an appointment. I would be honored to journey with you! -- Madre Liz
Every Sunday, during the 10 a.m. service, our children learn about the values taught by Jesus, and then join us at Communion.
Held at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m., we welcome you to hear the Word of God and receive Communion each Sunday.
Every Thursday from 5:30-6:45 p.m., we share a meal, discuss the Gospel, and celebrate Communion.
Join us on Sundays at 11:15 a.m. for soup and bread, followed by discussion and DVDs about Forgiveness: What it is and What it isn't.
The family of St. James the Fisherman Episcopal Church seeks to share and spread the joy of Christ's message by reaching out in service to each other and the wider community.
Observe a Holy Lent with us! Click on the "About Us" link above for the schedule of services and Adult formation happening at St. James.
421 Thorsheim Street