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Seeking ~ Listening ~ Sharing God's Love

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Welcome to St. James

Sunday Worship, May 28, 2017 - 10:00 am

ONE SPIRIT

Remember! Special Worship Service of St. James members, friends and 10 area churches will gather in one spirit for morning worship 

at  Bellingham High School, 2020 Cornwall Avenue

Guest Preacher: Dr. Darrell Johnson, Director of the Centre for Preaching at Carey Theological College

Everyone is welcome at St. James.

We welcome Pastor Seth Thomas, our new full-time minister, his partner Stacy and their son Asher.

Join us for our regular worship at 10:30 am followed by coffee and cookies in the Horizon Room overlooking the bay. 

Looking Ahead:

Sunday, May 28, 2017 - Presbyterian Churches and friends gather for worship at Bellingham High School for an Interdenominational service.
 
Sunday, June 4, 2017 - After worship at St. James a reception will be held to thank Melany Armstrong and celebrate her lifetime contribution of musicianship, including serving as our brilliant church organist and pianist at St. James.

 

“When Incivility Becomes the Norm”

The Rev. Dr. J Herbert Nelson II, Stated Clerk of the PC(USA) General Assembly, has issued a statement in response to the violence on America’s streets following the presidential election. He writes out of concern for those in our congregations and communities with “legitimate fear about their safety and the protection of their human rights,” including “our Muslims, Hispanic, African American, immigrant and LGBTQ neighbors.”  Not denying the outcome of the election, Dr. Nelson ....also asserts that “as Christians, we cannot accept a nation that normalizes violence, exclusion, and racism in our political rhetoric and public policy.” For the full text go to http://www.presbyterianmission.org/story/category/office-general-assembly/

Young Adult Fellowship

YAF is for members 20 to 40 years old exploring new activities and hands on service that support their faith. To find out more contact Tracy Caruso via email Tracye (dot) Caruso (at) gmail(dot) com

Saint James Presbyterian Church

 

Contact us

Please call the church office
at 360-733-1325 and our Secretary, Natasha, will refer you to Pastor Seth, to help and resources that we provide for
weddings, funerals and other spiritual and church activities.

 

 

 

Welcome Everyone!

We hope you will join us for worship. Here at Saint James you’ll find folks who know they don’t have all the answers, but who are seeking meaning together. We’d be more than happy to welcome you, and to invite you to join us on the journey.

Seth J. Thomas, Pastor

 

Our Mission Statement

We are a welcoming Christian community, seeking God’s purpose, listening for God’s message, and sharing God’s love.

 
 

Archive of Sunday Sermons during worship services

Our Sunday morning church service and sermon lessons are made available on the web for the home-bound as well as for those who are curious about the living teachings of Saint James Presbyterian Church.

Experiencing Community

News and Information

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is working with its partners around the world to meet immediate disaster needs such as food, water and other supplies. 

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