St. James Presbyterian member and public health pediatrician Jennie McLaurin released “Designed to Heal: What the Body Shows Us about Healing Wounds, Repairing Relationships, and Restoring Community” this week! Pastor Seth read this fabulous book and wrote the following review. Pick up a copy at a local bookstore!  I remember some particularly gnarly cuts and…

A Message from the Church Reopening Task Force Let’s face it; some of us are feeling a little Zoom fatigue. It might have been necessary and even amusing in the early stages of the pandemic (“We can’t hear you; you’re on mute!”), but you may be itching for a touch of “normal” at this point….

Christ’s peace be with you, We are nearing the end of the Lenten journey and approaching Holy Week in anticipation of the hope on the other side of death and lament. As we discovered last year, when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the Lenten journey is all the more necessary to attend to and participate in…

The Session of St. James Presbyterian Church is pleased to present the 2020 Annual Congregational Report. Please click below to download and read reports from our Elders and Committees. St. James 2020 Annual Report – CLICK TO READ The report includes: Staff and Officers List Annual Meeting Agenda for Sunday, January 24, 2021 Pastor’s Report…

Season’s Greetings from St James Presbyterian Mission and Social Action Team To brighten your day during these dark December days before Christmas, I’d like to share several greetings we’ve received from our mission partners that you, the people of St James Presbyterian, have generously supported in 2020. Thank you. Local Missions Whatcom Peace and Justice…

Written by Susan Diemont-Conwell, Chair, St. James Reopening Task Force A vaccine is on the way! After months of worry, this news gives us hope. But what does this news mean for St. James? When can we get back to normal? The practical reality is that it’s going to be some months before a significant…

Greetings! The Green Action Team (GAT) of St James Presbyterian’s Mission and Social Action Committee invites you to join us to discuss “The Human Element,” a dynamic and beautifully photographed film depicting the changes to our climate, as evidenced by impacts to earth, air, wind, fire and people. The film contains poignant human interest stories regarding these…

Look at these Signs of Resurrection Life, compiled by the St. James Presbyterian Church family! Song credit: Rend Collective’s “Resurrection Day”

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