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Adult Forum to discuss chapters 4-6 this Sunday

The Magician’s Nephew
Sunday @ 10:15
On a daring quest to save a life, two friends are hurled into another world, where an evil sorceress seeks to enslave them. But then the lion Aslan’s song weaves itself into the fabric of a new land, a land that will be known as Narnia. And in Narnia, all things are possible.

Book Club to Read & Discuss a Historical Novel




Tuesday, May 2nd @ 11:30, Fireside Room


As the fall of Saigon to the North Vietnamese Army was imminent, a new chapter in American courage and care was written by the brave people who were part of President Gerald Ford’s “Babylift” that evacuated some 2500 babies and orphans to safety.


Chapel Choir of Selwyn College Coming to St. James Cathedral July 20th!



The Selwyn College Chapel Choir from Canterbury will be in concert at St. James on Thursday, July 20th @ 8pm.  Mark your calendars now.  Details to follow.


Selwyn College Chapel was consecrated on St Etheldreda’s Day, October 17, 1895 by the Archbishop of Canterbury.  It has led worship in the Cambridge College Chapel since its foundation in the last decade of the nineteenth century. For more information about the choir click here.


We are in need of host families to provide a meal and overnight accommodations for individual members of the choir on the evenings of July 19 & 20th.  Please email for more information or to sign up.

Patricia Lou Tackett Duncan

aka: Patti

A memorial service will be held for Patti on Saturday, April 29th @ 2pm in the cathedral.


Rest eternal grant to her O Lord; and let light perpetual shine upon her.  May her soul, and the souls of all the departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.



Taken from the Latin word signifying “darkness” or “shadows”, “Tenebrae factae sunt”, means “darkness came over the whole land” (Mark 15:33, Matthew 27:45, Luke 23:44). Tenebrae evokes a somber mood which is not dispelled until Holy Week concludes in the Great Vigil of Easter. The appointed Psalms, lessons, and prayers form a prolonged contemplation of the events of Jesus’ last days, beginning with the Last Supper, reliving the betrayal, abandonment, judgment, death, and ending with his burial. These terrors are amplified by the extinguishing of candles until the end, when one light is left burning providing an obscure hint of the promised Resurrection. At the liturgy’s end, the ministers and people depart silently through the shadows cast by the solitary flame.

Wednesday, April 12th @ 6pm

Food Bank Produce Day

                                                          Volunteers arrive Wednesday, March 15th 12:30 – 4:30

                                                                                     Distribution: 3:30-4:30


Lenten Series Tonight

 Session 3 – The Seder is not the Last Supper, Special Guest Speaker Rabbi Rick Winer explains – TUESDAY, April 4th @6pm  Many Christians confuse the Seder with the “Last Supper”. Rabbi Rick Winer will lead a discussion on the Seder, its origins, and its meaning. 

I want to serve!

Interested in signing up to read Scripture during the service or set up the altar?  Click the link below to indicate your interests and availability.  We will use as many people as possible. 

Click here to let us know what you would like to do.

Ash Wednesday – March 1st


  • Ashes “To Go” – Parking Lot –  12:15-1pm
  • Imposition of Ashes Liturgy – Cathedral 12:15pm
  • Imposition of Ashes Liturgy & Eucharist – Cathedral – 6pm

Shrove Tuesday Mardi Gras

Join us on Tuesday, February 28th from 5 to 7:30pm for pancakes and all the trimmings!

Wear your beads & kick up your heels for our last party before Lent begins the next day.

Suggested donation $5