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…

Happy early summer, everyone! You may recall from several months back that the sanctuary will be undergoing a “refresh” project. It all began with the idea of replacing the carpet, and has grown to include several things to be updated – the carpet, the tile under the pews, the walls, and even the pews themselves!…

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

Note: Make sure you read to the end…there is a call to action in this email to send your “signs of resurrection” to Pastor Seth. Christ is Risen! Christ is Risen Indeed! Easter greetings to you on this beautiful mid-April day! It was such a joy to gather for Easter Sunday worship with so many…

In these final days of the Great Lent, greetings and peace be with you. These are times of great disruption and change for our community. And through them, we are invited to experience resurrection in fresh ways. Unexpected opportunities arise and in them we discover the hope of Christ amidst all that seems hopeless. As…

To the family and friends of St. James Presbyterian Church, Peace be with you. I pray that this note finds you in good spirits as we enter the month of April and continue our trek through the strange journey of coronavirus pandemic. After speaking with a number of you, I have been encouraged to hear…

This article by Glory Johnson will be featured in the May 2020 Pulse newsletter. Back in November, I held a half-day offering on prayer. I’m no expert on prayer and there are many ways to pray. I want to begin to share with you something called, “Listening Prayer,” and how this way of praying has…

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