The Good Friday Liturgy is marked with austerity, silence and reflection. The chancel itself is bare from the Maundy Thursday stripping. Everything focuses on our adoration of the crucified Christ, who rules, surprisingly, from the throne of the cross.
Like the children of Israel who watched and waited through the night for the Lord of the Exodus, we too come together this night to watch and wait for the Lord of the Resurrection. We come, as Christians have come since the first century, to keep vigil and to prepare ourselves for the arrival of […]
Join our knitting/prayer shawl group to work on projects, converse, and have fun!
You Are Welcome Here!
If you have been scarred by a judgmental church, know that will not happen here. You will discover at St. James the grace (the freely given love of God) and peace of a God who already gives us salvation through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Here, you may even find it is God who is seeking you.
Sunday Mornings at 9:30 a.m.- A traditional service of Holy Communion including a children's sermon.