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Upcoming Events

  • stjamesbelltower4
    Sunday, Oct. 26th, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. St. James has a long-standing commitment to provide a volunteer team on the Second Sunday of each month at St. Martin De Porres House of Hospitality. St. Martin's provides a free brunch on Sundays for people in need in the SOMA/Potrero Hill neighborhood. Suzanne Korey from St. Martin's will provide an orientation and refresher course for current and prospective volunteers. If you are a St. Martin's "old-timer" or interested in learning more, this is a great opportunity to connect with this signature St. James ministry.
  • yeson47 2014
    Tuesday, October 28th, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. The 165th Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of California recently voted overwhelmingly to endorse Proposition 47: The Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act, a voter initiative on the ballot November 4. Join us for an evening of phone banking, contacting low-income, minority, and women voters to urge them to get out to the polls and support Prop 47. Erika Katske from the San Francisco Organizing Project will provide a phone script and training; you bring your cell phone. Help us to mobilize for greater fairness in our criminal justice system, promote drug rehabilitation and mental health services, and assistance for crime victims. RSVP: Rev. John Kirkley, john@stjamessf.org
  • jonyoungauthor
    Sunday, Nov. 2nd from 5:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. The St. James Preschool and St. James Church invite you to listen to Jon Young, naturalist and author, speak on "Awaking Natural Intelligence Through Deep Nature Connection" on Sunday, November 2nd. The event will take place in the church nave and is free. Spaces are limited, so please reserve your (max 2) spaces quickly.For tickets please visit: http://bit.ly/JonYoungSJThe password to sign up is: stjames
  • artsale2014
    Friday, November 14th, 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.Tickets: $20 This art exhibit and reception features fine art, ceramics, and jewelry from nine local artists: Minh Vu, Robert Petsche, Donald Sachs, Marvin Werlin, Yuriko Takata, Shoresh Alaudini, Coreen Abbott, Debbie Love, and Cara Searia O'Brien. 15% of art sales benefit St. James. Join us for an evening of beauty and discover the riches of the Richmond art scene.