Our Sunday services are: Holy Eucharist: 8:00 am, 10:00 am, & 5:00 pm.  Click here for more about our worship.

During inclement weather, Sunday services at St. James are always held. Please come only if you can safely do so!
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Our website is a great way to get to know us and contains a lot of information that does not change very often.  The best way to keep up with us is on Facebook, Twitter and by subscribing to our email list (see our latest email here).  We use social media to keep everyone up to date on the latest happenings, or to share interesting articles that might have some bearing on our faith community.  Also, you can call our Parish Office (860) 443-4989 to subscribe to our printed newsletter (or read it here).  Join us there!

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"We believe that Christ is alive and in our midst, especially among our poorest and most vulnerable citizens...."
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Almighty God, the fountain of all wisdom: Enlighten by your Holy Spirit those who teach and those who learn, that, rejoicing in the knowledge of your truth, they may worship you and serve you from generation to generation; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
The link below leads to weekly bulletin inserts provided as a teaching tool by the Episcopal News Service. The inserts are about the Episcopal Church and its mission and ministry.


Adult Education classes meet on Wednesday evenings right after 5:30 Evening Prayer.  We start with prayer in Hallam Chapel, then gather in the parlor for a tasty pot luck dinner, and good discussion. It is enlightening!

Children of all ages are welcome at our services. Children's bulletins with crayons are available at both the Huntington St and Parish Hall entrances (just ask an usher if you need help).  Children ages 3 and up are welcome at Sunday School and one of our ushers will be happy to help you get them to the right place.  Our Sunday School uses a method called "Godly Play" in which the children play out stories from the Bible using figures... they really enjoy it!  (read more about Godly Play here).  Children in Sunday School will come back to the service during the offering and the teachers will be there to help them find you.   

 

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