Rector's Page

Welcome to St. James! 

I'm so glad you've found your way to the virtual home for our church. Especially in this current time of anxiety, we hope this site will be a resource to help you pray at home and in our virtual gathering space. While we have returned to in-person services, with capacity limits and masks required, we are still offering a virtual option for the 10:00 am Sunday service for anyone who would like to participate and isn't yet comfortable being indoors with a larger group of people.  


Collected below are some links and documents which you may find helpful. 

Sunday Worship Files: 

Order of Service for November 28, 2021 (1 Advent) 

Order of Service for November 21, 2021 (Last Pentecost/Christ the King)

Order of Service for November 14, 2021 (Pentecost 25B)

Order of Service for All Saints' Sunday (November 7, 2021)


Advent Weekday Worship and Learning Resources: 

Evening Prayer, Rite II (from the Book of Common Prayer)

Psalms for Advent 

The Venite app from Forward Movement (which allows users to create their own bulletins for daily prayer) 

Link to join Advent Learning at 7:00 pm on Mondays (11/29-12/20) (note: this opens up ZOOM)


Unless otherwise noted, sermons are by the Rev. Amy Spagna. Please do not use without proper attribution

"What Makes a King?" (November 21, 2021)

"All Will Be Thrown Down" (November 14, 2021)

"The Souls of the Righteous" (November 7, 2021) 


Link to join the 10:00 am Sunday service (Holy Eucharist, Rite II) (NOTE: this opens up ZOOM)

Link to join Advent Evening Prayer, Monday-Wednesday, 5:00 pm, beginning Nov. 29 (note: this opens up ZOOM)

St.  James' Facebook page 

Daily Morning and Evening Prayer at Mission St. Clare

The Book of Common Prayer online

The Lectionary Page (includes Sunday Scripture readings) 

Link to join daily Morning Prayer (8:00 am, except on Sundays) and Compline (8:00 pm) with The Green Mountain Online Abbey and Bishop Shannon MacVean-Brown. (NOTE: this opens up ZOOM) 

Washington National Cathedral's worship page (which includes a link for the Cathedral's Sunday webcasts)