News

  • 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!
  • Fall Studies We are excited to let you know about a number of Study Opportunities coming this fall at St. James Westminster.
  • Community Breakfast Volunteers Needed Join one of our community breakfast teams to help make and serve breakfast to Londoners in need.
  • Rev. Canon Keith Nethery Inducted as St. James Rector The congregation and guests of St. James Westminster were pleased to participate in the induction of Rev. Canon Keith Nethery as their new Rector. The event was truly an inclusive, community event, welcoming old and new faces.
  • Loaves and Fishes Drive – February Loaves and Fishes gathers donations of food and/or funds for those in need throughout the month of February.
  • Loblaw’s Gift Cards for the hungry Loblaw Companies Ltd. is offering customers a $25 gift card as a goodwill gesture after admitting the company participated in an industry-wide bread price-fixing arrangement. There has been much media coverage and many have suggested giving the gift card to charity as a means of helping those in need. We at St. James would encourage this. Cards ...