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Family Hike through Jockey Hollow October 18th

Please come on a hike with your fellow parishioners and friends to Jockey Hollow, in Morristown.  This is the site where General George Washington's army camped in 1779 - 1780 and survived during the coldest winter on record.  We will meet at the church at 9 and car pool to Morristown; leaving promptly about 9:15 a.m..  Hike should be 3- 5 miles and is appropriate for those able for that distance - probably not little kids. Bring water and a snack; wear appropriate footwear. We will likely have lunch together afterwards if that fits in people's schedules.There is a sign up sheet in the hallway or email vestry@stjamesepiscopal.org   Read more

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St. James walks across the state!

Fifteen hikers are hoping to make history by becoming the first organized group to walk the entirety of the Liberty Gap Water Trail — a 130-mile trail that runs across New Jersey from the Statue of Liberty to the Delaware Water Gap. Read more

The Choir of Men and Women

The Choir of Men and Women under the direction of Sean Price will begin their rehearsal Thurs. Sept 11 at 7:30 p.m. The choir performs weekly at the Choral Holy Eucharist in the church at the 10:15 service and other special events.  Read more
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Youth Mission trip to Appalachia

The youth group from St. James along with Rev. Melissa, Rev. Audrey and 2 adult chaperones went to Blue Knob Pennsylvania in the Appalachian Mountains to serve families in need. Read more

For Children- Why I attend St. James

"My early interests were in ensuring that my children had a solid foundation in faith and personal discovery. Today, I have a better sense of myself because of worship, adult education, and the leadership positions I have held."- Dave Read more
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Outreach- Why I attend St. James

"Being a part of St. James’ is the first time I have felt I am really a part of a congregation, and look upon those I have met as extended family. There are so many opportunities to be involved through outreach activities, and to make a difference locally and globally."- Carla Read more
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Fellowship - Why I attend St. James

"For my family, St James’ is much more than a place where we worship. The people of St James’ are an extension of our family. Over the years we have found our faith re-affirmed, enjoyed fellowship and fun times but also, importantly, received caring and assistance when we needed it."- Lyenda Read more
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Spirituality- Why I attend St. James

"Saint James has been my home for 40 years, through Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals...support through highs and lows. It is a source of quiet worship, loving care and nurture, and great friends." Sam Read more

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