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  • Spring Study Groups: The Great Spiritual Migration Our Spring Study Group will focus on Brian McLaren’s book, “The Great Spiritual Migration.” McLaren started his life of faith in the Quaker community and has since launched himself through a significant spiritual journey. He spends much time in speaking engagements and writing his blog and has authored many books. In “The Great Spiritual Migration”, ...
  • Holy Week Services – All Welcome! Holy Week is a journey. As with all journeys, you will find the most meaning when you make all the steps. We begin on Sunday, April 14th with a tease of the range of emotions we will experience. We begin that day parading around with Palm branches and shouting Hosanna as Jesus arrives in Jerusalem. ...
  • Loaves and Fishes Collecting Food You are invited to bring a bag or two of food to church during all the Sundays of February for our annual Loaves and Fishes food drive. All donations of food or cash will be donated to Church of the Epiphany in the Manor Park neighbourhood of London. You can also bring perishable foods, as long ...
  • FundScrip supports youth Do you buy groceries, gas, household items, shop at department or renovation stories, eat in restaurants, go to the movies, or need a gift? FundScrip isafundraising program that support our youth pilgrimage events. By purchasing gift cards to the stores you are already shopping at, a percentage of your purchase will be donated to these youth ...
  • Christmas Services and Events Christmas is a time of joy and wonder at St. James. We welcome you to join us to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and the message of hope and belonging his story tell us. We have a number of services and events throughout the Christmas season – you and your family are welcome to ...
  • Volunteers sought to set new directions At the Special Vestry meeting on October 21, 2018, a number of task forces and special committees were established through motions approved by the congregation. Members of St. James are invited to join one of these new groups. If you have questions about any of the groups, please contact Rev. Keith Nethery or Wardens Rob Vass ...
  • 6th Interfaith Tree Planting Celebrates Stewardship For the sixth year in a row, St. James joined a group of 10 faith groups to plant trees in a London park. On October 28, we joined with over 100 volunteers from Muslim, Jewish, and Christian organizations, along with community volunteers, to plant over 400 native trees and shrubs at Halls Mill Park, near ...
  • Round Up Sunday At Roundup Sunday, St James kids enjoyed a visit from Dr Q of Mad Science and face painting by Andrea 
  • Aces High Bridge and Euchre Aces High is a social group that meets on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Monday (excluding statutory holidays) of each month in the Westminster Room to play bridge and euchre. All are welcome!