Church School at St. James!
Proverbs 22:6 Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.
If you find yourself here on this page, you are probably either a parishioner looking for information about a program or event and thought you’d simply look online, OR you are checking us out as a possible spiritual and faith home.
St. James Episcopal Church prides itself on being a smaller, friendly, community-oriented spiritual haven for all who seek God and the knowledge of God’s love throughout all points in their lives. We are not all alike—in religious background, politics, spirituality or demographic! However, we come together to worship the God, who in the person of Jesus Christ, demonstrated how love breaks down divisions and binds seekers of that love together.
St. James was known as a pilgrim—one who valued the journey over the destination. We are a community of pilgrims, experiencing all the highs, lows, and in between points of life and faith. We commit to serving others in the name of Christ, partaking in the Eucharist together and discerning the presence of the Spirit and where she is taking us!
Join us for a service on Sunday. Or over several Sundays (and Bean Suppers!) to see the breadth of who we are and what we believe. We know that we cannot be everything to everyone! But we welcome those who pop in during their own journey and those who come and walk awhile with us. Blessings to you and your journey, wherever it may lead you!
Our St. James Choir (under the direction of our music director Samantha Prindiville) will be performing “Festival of Lessons and Carols”, on Saturday afternoon, December 15 (2 pm) at St. James Episcopal Church, 119 Washington St., Groveland, MA 01834. Enjoy a variety of familiar and unfamiliar carols arranged in the majestic style of Hal H. Hopson.
The cost for this event is free, however, we will be accepting food donations for a local food pantry or free will donations. Thank you.