We are a forward looking, multi-cultural and inclusive faith community, proclaiming and doing Christ's work of love and justice in the greater New London area and the world.

Upcoming Events and Activities

We will continue to hold a zoom service at 9 AM each Sunday morning.   The connections to this Zoom service are:
Meeting ID: 893 5796 9444
Passcode: 578386
By Phone: 1 929 205 6099
To call from out of the US: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kcRK06nGWL

Sunday worship service recordings can also be viewed anytime on the St. James YouTube Channel by clicking here and selecting from the services listed.

We have four additional online service activities offered to engage our community at St. James:
  • Compline prayer service will be offered each Monday evening at 8 PM on our Zoom online platform. The Zoom link is here.
  • Fr. Ranjit will be offering a Bible Study each Tuesday at 10 AM via the Zoom link here. To find the readings for Tuesday's Bible Study, click here
  • On Thursdays, also at 10 AM, there will be a time for fellowship, sharing and visiting, also via the Zoom connection here
  • Our fourth online activity is the engaging noontime daily prayer service conducted by Chuck Sharp, which can be livestreamed or accessed anytime on our Facebook page here.

A Lenten series is being offered via zoom on Wednesday nights at 6 PM. It will be based on The Way of Love: Practices for a Jesus- Centered Life: https://www.episcopalchurch.org/way-of-love/. We will focus each night on a different spiritual practice that is offered at St. James and we will discuss other ways we connect with God. The zoom connection for this series is at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4463256121?pwd=NlB5a0lPNkx1OE1lbExPZlV3RCtJQT09
Meeting ID: 446 325 6121, Passcode: Lent; phone at 1 646 876 9923
Turn - BCP, Reconciliation of a Penitent, p. 447
How do you show others that we have a loving, liberating, life-giving God? 
The Ten Challenges by Leonard Felder; Breathing Under Water by Richard Rohr

Learn – Reflect on Scripture each day, especially Jesus’ life and teachings.


Forward Day by Day – Call Parish Office to obtain a copy

Episcopal Teaching Series – Contact Deacon Ellen

Bible Commentaries – Consult with clergy

https://www.churchnext.tv courses on a variety of subjects for $10/Month

Pray – Dwell intentionally with God each day.
Lenten Series on Prayer - www.ssje.org
The Mission of St. Clare - Daily Offices in English and Spanish App
The Episcopal Church in Garrett County - Listen to Morning Prayer - Podcast
Rest – Receive the gift of God’s grace, peace and restoration. On March 10, we will experience Centering Prayer which can be done individually or as a group. We will discuss other ways we rest in the Lord. 

Worship - Gather in community weekly and thank, praise and draw near God. On March 17, we will talk about music as a spiritual practice. It is an essential part of worship at St. James.

Bless and Go - Share faith and unselfishly give and serve. Cross boundaries, listen deeply, and live like Jesus. On March 24, we will hear from fellow parishioners about the work they do in the community. Jesus and Racial Justice: Bishop Curry at the 2016 Trinity Institute

Reminder: Like any family, St. James needs to make purchases and pay its bills, and to be able to do that we depend our pledge and "plate" donation income. During this time without a regular offertory, we ask that our members continue to give as they can in one of the following ways:

1) the easiest is to use the "Donate" button on this page of our St. James website.  When you are on the "donate" page, you can fill in the amount and specify type of payment source (debit card, credit card or Paypal) and whether you want to make this a recurring payment. Then fill in the requested information and in the "special instructions" section please add your pledge number or the other reasons for your donation (plate, altar flowers, etc.). That's it!
2) Use the bill payment method of your bank's checking account system. Most checking accounts allow you to add and specify St. James just like any company to which you pay bills directly through your account. There should also be a "memo" line to note your pledge envelope number on the payment.
3) Write a check and mail it in to the St. James office, at 76 Federal St., New London, 06329-6601, with the pledge number, or other purpose of the check, written on the memo line.

The link below takes you to the Episcopal Church of Connecticut page on resources to combat COVID-19, and also lists church-related events that have been rescheduled or cancelled:



Support St. James on Amazon Smile!  If you make purchases on Amazon.com, please select the Amazon Smile: http://smile.amazon.com homepage instead of amazon.com.  You will be prompted to select a charity to support and St. James is now one of those choices.  Please scroll down the list to page 2 and select St. James, New London.  A small contribution will be made by Amazon.com for each purchase.

PayPal is available.  If you wish to donate electronically for any reason, please go to the DONATE button on this page.  This will allow you to select a payment method, amount and purpose.

Sermons are recorded and can be found by clicking the "Sermons and Media" red button on the left side of this webpage or by clicking here.
For more information about activities and events later this month, click for The Witness hereFor updates, reports or pictures of events as they happen, go to our Facebook page by clicking here or to our Instagram account by clicking here. The monthly Google calendar of events can be seen by clicking here.  The monthly newsletter of the Southeast Region, Bridge, can be found by clicking here
To visit the website of our sister parish, St. Margaret's in Aberdeen, Scotland, click here.