Saint James Episcopal Church

Vocatus atque non vocatus, Deus aderit

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We are a small, inclusive Episcopal Church that hosts a broad-based Spiritual Center for the community.
We seek new ways to relate with and serve God in this place and celebrate the fullness of life in each individual.

Authentic and intimate celebrations of the Holy Eucharist
Sundays at 8 and 10
Wednesdays at 10

Read or hear Father Jeff’s sermons connecting our traditional faith with the world we live in, seeking wisdom and love for day to day life, and life beyond the day to day.

Balkan and Carpathian Folk Music with the HÉT HAT CLUB

Friday, March 29, 

Concert night, Balkan and Carpathian Folk Music. For tickets and information please contact:

Bill Sullivan: (831) 236-9138

$20 Advance | $25 Door

Doors: 6:30 PM

Show: 7-9 PM

Tickets may also be purchased online:

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Engaging in the sanctuary movement

“While not declaring the Episcopal Church as a sanctuary church, the resolution urges members of the church to challenge unjust immigration laws and calls on congregations to become places of welcome, refuge, and healing and to provide other forms of material and pastoral support.” Read more at realepiscopal.org

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Climate Church, Climate World: How People of Faith Must Work for Change

September 14, 2019, Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, Salinas. The Rev. Dr. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas, Episcopal Diocese of Massachussets, and Shelly Tannenbaum, Quakerearthcare.org, will present “An Opportunity for which the Church was born”: a disccussion on Climate Change.

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Thomas Karmen Food Bank

Help feed the hungry on the Monterey Peninsula through the Thomas Karmen Food Bank. The basket for canned goods and stapples is at Saint James by the the information table.