We want to make St. James a place where meaningful Christian worship is offered as often as possible, especially on those days considered particularly sacred in our faith. So, we worship on Sundays, but also on Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and at other special times as well.
Worship at St. James takes a variety of forms, from traditional to contemporary.We offer a time of intentional connection with the divine through participation in diverse musical genres, drama, prayer, scripture reading, and teaching.
At St.James, we recognize the worshipful value of all of life, and our board meetings, executive meetings, and UCW meetings always contain an element of worship. In fact, we celebrate our Annual Meeting Sunday by incorporating the event into the worship framework, "that worship and work may be one." (Hymn “Worship the Lord,” written by Fred Kaan).