Our Visioning Committee has compiled and analyzed our Vision Survey responses, which offered a great deal of thoughtful and insightful information, and led to the creation of this beautiful word cloud of frequently-mentioned, inspiring words: Next, the Visioning Committee will be hosting small group gatherings with members of the congregation to discuss questions related to…

Join us on Tuesday April 4 at 7:00 pm in our Fellowship Hall for the Ninth Annual Loudoun County Pet Remembrance Candle Lighting Ceremony, as we celebrate and honor all beloved pets and companion animals who have passed on, are lost, or have been separated from their families. All human family members are invited to attend,…

St. James’ Preschool will join historic Leesburg as the spring season kicks off with the Leesburg Flower and Garden Festival! On Saturday April 22 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, and on Sunday April 23 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, St. James’ Preschool will offer face painting at their booth located on Cornwall Street,…

Come to the Third Annual BBQ Fundraiser for St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church on Saturday May 13 from 12 noon to 4:00 pm in the St. James’ Church parking lot! Enjoy great food, live music, face painting, a raffle, and more! Buy your tickets at the door ($25 for adults and $10 for children and youth…

Back by popular demand is Communion instruction–This Bread & This Cup, a three-part Episcopal series especially created for children and their families. Children will learn about the Sacrament of Holy Communion while they’re having fun! From a guided tour of the church, to hands-on time with the elements of Communion, to unique activities that explore…

Persons of all ages will be baptized on April 15 (The Great Vigil of Easter), May 14 (the visit by Bishop Ted Gulick), June 4 (Pentecost), July 23 (when we will celebrate the feast of our patron, Saint James), and November 5 (All Saints’ Day observed). If you are interested in being baptized (or having…

Mark your calendar! Our Annual Meeting will be Sunday April 2 at 10:10 am in the worship space. We will come together as a parish, look back at what God has accomplished through us in 2016, and look forward to 2017 and beyond.

Some of the most meaningful music composed for use in corporate worship is that written especially for the church season of Lent, including the monumental Passions and Oratorios of Bach and Handel as well as the great hymns of the Anglican tradition such as “Eternal Lord of love, behold your Church.” On Wednesdays during Lent…

This month, we are praying for, learning about, and supporting our Monthly Mission Partner, The Paxton Campus. For 90 years, the historic Paxton Campus, located in Leesburg, has provided underprivileged families and children with a safe environment, served people with disabilities and their families, and helped children of all abilities thrive in our community. The…

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