Monthly Calendar

Holy Week

Palm Sunday, April 14 9:00 am – Begins in Tuttle Hall
Monday ~ Friday 8:30 am – Morning Prayer
Wednesday, April 17 5:30 pm – Soup & Bread Supper at 5:30
6:30 pm – The Way of the Cross
7:00 pm – Holy Eucharist
Maundy Thursday, April 18 7:00 pm – Holy Eucharist and
Stripping of the Altar
Good Friday, April 19 Noon – Ecumenical Way of the Cross
begins at Sacred Heart
7:00 pm – Good Friday Service
Saturday, April 20 11:00 am – Easter Egg Hunt
8:00 pm – Easter Vigil
Sunday, April 21 6:30 am – Ecumenical Sunrise Service
at Shepherd Park
9:00 am – Resurrection Sunday Service


Children’s Church Helpers: Please sign up with Dcn. Barb to
volunteer to help with Children’s Church for a Sunday or more in
January and February.


Coffee Fellowship needs hosts: Please stay for fellowship after the
service, and if you feel called to do so, sign up to host a simple Sunday
coffee fellowship. The sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board near the
kitchen, or talk to Bonnie Magno.

Wednesday Worship (W2
starts up again on January 9. Why not make it a
New Year’s Resolution to join us in the Parish Hall at 5:30 pm for a potluck
supper followed by a Bible Study on the Acts of the Apostles and Compline?
This is a sweet time of fellowship with the Lord and with one another. Hope
to see you there!

Give an offering of flowers: Dates are available to give flowers for the altar
in memory or in honor of loved ones. Sign up for open date at the
Information Table in Tuttle Hall. Suggested minimum donation is $25.

Easter Egg Hunt! … for kids of all ages, Saturday, April 20. Bring your kids
or your grands or your neighbors kids or grands to search for eggs on our
Church Green. Keep an eye here or online

News from your Daughters of the King: Our Daughters here at
St. James’ invite you to join us as we practice a Self-Denial Collection for
Lent. From Ash Wednesday to Palm Sunday all bottles collected in Tuttle
Hall, along with change collected in the Lenten take-home banks, or in the
jar on the Information Table will go to the Heifer Project. This project
provides livestock and training to a community or a person in a disadvantaged
area so they can prosper with their new livestock. What a great way to spend
Lent by giving to this worthy project.

Service leaflet announcements are due in the office by Tuesday