Upcoming Events

TGIW (Thank God It’s Wednesday!) Begins for Fall

Continues this Wednesday, September 18th

Wednesday Night programming will begin on Wednesday, September 11. The Fall Program Guide is now available with a listing of all of the classes and activities on Wednesday evening. Register for your class today!

Living the Story Worship Series

Continues Sunday, September 22

To help us step more fully into God’s word, this Fall at St. James we will be exploring a series entitled “Living the Story”. We hope to share the overarching story of the Scriptures from Genesis to Revelation, with an eye throughout on how we are called to make the scriptural story our own story. Join us for worship!

UMW Days for Girls Workshops

Saturday, September 28th, 9:00 a.m. to Noon

Sewers and non-sewers are needed. We will begin preparation for bags to be sent into the Mission field with our Jamaica Mission Team. We are accepting donations as well. Click the icon on the left to find out more.

Missions Sunday at St. James!

Sunday, September 29

Throughout this special Sunday, there will be volunteers set up in the Commons area outside of the CLMC eager to share with you the many ways these missions can be supported. They will be available before the early services, between 10 and 11 a.m. and after the later services. We will also have a special session from 10 to 10:55 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall when speakers from various ministries will share the work that they do

Domestic Abuse Workshop

Sunday, October 6 at 5:00 p.m.

With one out of four women in the United States experiencing severe intimate partner physical violence, this presentation is applicable to:
– Family members or friends of domestic violence victims
– Small group leaders and staff of St. James United Methodist Church
– Domestic violence victims
Come learn what you can do to help those in crisis.

IF: Gathering – SAVE THE DATE!

October 19, 2019

The Women’s Ministry is thrilled to host our 2nd annual IF: Gathering. Plan to join us for a day of worship, food, fellowship, and being in the book of Proverbs together.

St. James Book Club

Sunday, October 20, at 5:00 p.m.

The book under discussion will be “Cold Sassy Tree” by Olive Ann Burns. Set in 1906, just fifty years after the Civil War, in Cold Sassy, Georgia (Commerce, Georgia), “Cold Sassy Tree” is a story of family, community, and relationships. Come join us for some lively discussion.