St. James' Episcopal Church - Potomac 301-762-8040 office@stjamespotomac.org

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St. James’ Episcopal Church, Potomac
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Sunday’s Recorded Worship Video

Watch live stream and recorded worship at St. James’ YouTube.
Live stream worship is broadcast at 11:00 a.m. Sundays.
Recorded video appears on YouTube after the live stream service.

Sunday School, Outdoors! 

Sunday School is held at 11:00 a.m. during the worship service. To keep children safe, we will meet outside as much as possible this year, moving to the undercroft if needed, and wear masks at all times. Bring warm clothes in case it’s breezy!

In October we’re studying the story of Jonah! We hope you can join us. For those who cannot join us in person, we will send the Sunday School lesson by email later in the week. To receive our emails, please send a request to office@stjamespotomac.org.

 

Employment: Children’s Education Coordinator Wanted

St. James’ Episcopal Church, Potomac, in the Diocese of Washington, is seeking a faithful, joyful, and energetic Children’s Education Coordinator to oversee our program of Christian education and spiritual formation for approximately 30 children, preschool through fifth grade. This part-time non-exempt position is estimated to require ten hours per week on average, with approximately two to three hours of that time dedicated to Sunday class time and the rest dedicated to planning and communication. Starting salary is $20 per hour. For more information, contact The Rev. Meredith Heffner at office@stjamespotomac.org.

 

We’ve Come this Far by Faith!

Annual Giving Campaign 2022

Pledge Sunday is November 7.
Please make your pledge here today!

Click the pictures below to watch videos of parishioners sharing how St. James’ has kept them connected to God and to our community.

Parishioner and Stronger Together facilitator Alex Trouteaud reflects on how meaningful it is to be part of a parish where mental health and well-being are important.

The McClellans share what the St. James’ community means to their family.

John Combs, chair of the St. James’ Care for Creation Commission

 

Staying Connected

Initiative for Parish Discussion on Racism

Statement from the St. James’ Wardens
 

To the People of God at St. James’,

We, the Wardens, with the full concurrence of the Vestry, strongly urge your commitment to, active participation in, and full support of, the initiative (announced by Reverend Meredith in her reflection for Wednesday, June 3) to confront, combat, and eliminate racism in all of its forms.