St. James' Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church in Old Town, Maine

Welcome!!

Welcome to St. James' - We invite you to look around our Website and learn more about our church. If you're not currently a member of St. James' - we'd like to take this opportunity to invite you to join us at our regular weekly service at 10 a.m. Sunday mornings.

Upcoming Events

Wed
25
Nov
5:30 pm Compline
Compline
Nov 25 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Join us for Compline in the undercroft each Wednesday at 5:30pm.
Tue
1
Dec
7:00 pm Vestry Meeting
Vestry Meeting
Dec 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
The Vestry meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm in the undercroft.

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4th Friday Suppers

St. James’ Episcopal Church has participated in free community suppers since the early 1990s. St. James’ takes the 4th Friday of the month because that is when the need seems to be the greatest – near the end of the month. As a result of this schedule, we don’t serve suppers in November or December because they usually fall near the holidays and many of our parishioners are away. We have offered suppers for so long that it is one of our biggest outreach ministries.

People of St. James’

The Rev. Jane+ White-Hassler – Priest in Charge
The Rev. Jared Talbot – Deacon
Cassandra Wright – Senior Warden
Faith Dinne – Junior Warden
John Gregory – Treasurer

Members of the Vestry:
Jean Marie Boddy-Johnston
David Brainerd
Matt Dunlap
Barbara Hampel
Mary Lapin
Ellen white

Services During COVID-19

During the pandemic St. James’ is holding Morning Prayer on Sunday at 10:00am via Zoom. If you would like to join us, please send an email to stjamesoldtown@gmail.com for information on connecting.

Ministries on Sundays

Members of the congregation volunteer to provide the many needed ministries on Sunday mornings. These include: Chalice bearer, Acolyte, Greeter, Lesson reader, Prayers of the People, and Coffee hour.
A schedule is posted each quarter of the year.

St. James' Episcopal Church - Old Town, Maine | A member of The Episcopal Diocese of Maine, The Episcopal Church, and the Worldwide Anglican Communion