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St. James sponsors or participates in many annual and several one-of-a-kind special events during the year, including our always popular Blessing of the Animals, our Mardi Gras feast, and other seasonal celebrations. We offer spiritual travel experiences and quarterly book readings and discussions are offered to enhance worship development and personal growth. For more information about what we can offer you, please send us an email at info@stjamesnewport.org.

Is there such a thing as a “just war”? Dinner & Discussion, May 20th at 6:30 p.m.

‘Just War’ Dinner & Discussion — May 20th at 6:30 p.m.

Is there such a thing as a “just war”? In light of the war in Ukraine, save the date to join us for dinner and an …

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Girls Who Code at St. James

Girls Who Code Classes Continue

Girls Who Code returns to St. James! Our fall/winter semester, taught by our Technology Team, continues in the Tween Room upstairs. We have two classes …

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St. James in the News

Faithful pets celebrated in annual Blessing of the Animals at area churches (Daily Pilot, Oct. 6, 2021): The Daily Pilot highlights the Blessing of the Animals services …

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We’re reading ‘The Universal Christ’ by Richard Rohr; next discussion June 12th at 9 a.m. in the Lab

Rev. Cindy is recommending Richard Rohr’s The Universal Christ book to us. She writes, “I found The Universal Christ: How a Forgotten Reality Can Change Everything We See, …

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Inner Sanctuary

A spirituality class on Tuesday mornings—now meeting back at church in the Upper Room/Library— that invites you to ‘just be’ in the presence of God.  …

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Inner Sanctuary

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We’re reading ‘The Universal Christ’ by Richard Rohr

Unicorn blessed 572 (72 dpi for web)

St. James in the News ​

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Help save a life! The Red Cross Blood Drive returns to St. James

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Girls Who Code classes continue

See Rev. Cindy’s “Altarside Chat” with Joshua Vecchione, who transitioned from female to male in 1977
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‘Collective trauma’ was the theme of our Lenten Summit last year