RT @moltmannjuergen The one-sided orientation toward accomplishment and success makes us unjust and inhuman in our dealings with others. We exclude the sick, the handicapped, the unaccomplished, and the unsuccessful from public life.
RT @HenriNouwen Every time you do something that comes from your needs for acceptance, affirmation, or affection, and every time you do something that makes these needs grow, you know that you are not with God. These needs will never be satisfied; they will only increase when you yield to them.
Morning Prayer: Ps 106:1–18; Jgs 17:1–13; Acts 7:44—8:1a; Coll 436 or FAS 253Holy Eucharist: Mem Bernard: Common of Teachers of the Faith 436 or FAS 253; Rom 5:1–5; Ps 139:1–9; Jn 15:7–11; Preface of a SaintOR as Sunday, except:Ezek 24:15–24; Ps 79:1–8; Mt 19:16–22; Preface of WeekdaysEvening Prayer: Ps Ps 106:19–48; (2 Sam 17:24—18:8); Jn […]
Last Fall David and Sharon Kent contacted St. James’ for the express purpose of being able to visit and photograph our church bell. Through a series of email conversations it was learned that the bell was donated in memory of David’s Great Uncle, Rybert Kent, a long time parishioner, who died in 1893. David is writing a book chronicling his family history – a photograph of the bell will form an important part of this history.
Our church directory is available to view on your mobile device! Instant Church Directory – the program we use to build our church directory – has a free app for church members to download on their Apple, Android and Kindle Fire devices.
Bottom right is St. James. The picture is found in the Saturday, July 30, 1938 Whig Standard under the title “Many Beautiful Church Buildings Have Been Erected in Kingston.” These newspaper pages were donated by Sharon Duce.