Posts Tagged “Episcopalian”

The Free Community Dinner at St. James’ Community Dinner. February, 24 at 5:30pm

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The Free Community Dinner at St. James’ Community Dinner. February, 24 at 5:30pm

  The February, 24 Community Dinner at St. James’. The Dinner will be hosted by   The Goshen Junior National Honor Society & Goshen’s Youth Ending Hunger Club @ 5:30 pm in the  St. James’ Parish Hall.   Started in June of 1999, the Community Dinner at St. James’ began as a program to help feed those who could use a free meal and…

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Lenten Stations of the Cross Service. Friday at 7:00pm March, 2, 16 & 30,

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Lenten Stations of the Cross Service. Friday at 7:00pm March, 2, 16 & 30,

 The Stations of the Cross, or in Latin the Via Crucis, tell the story of the Passion of Jesus Christ in fourteen steps or stations.  Walking the Stations is a tradition for Roman Catholics and also Anglicans and Lutherans.  It  is a common Lenten practice.  Most of the stations come directly from Scripture while the…

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St. James’ Camera Club Meeting, March, 13

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St. James’ Camera Club Meeting, March, 13

Our email is sjccny@gmail.com  The next meeting of the St. James’ Camera Club is March, 13 at 7:00pm. CLICK HERE  for The St. James’ Camera Club website       The St. James’ Camera Club meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in the St. James’ Parish Hall from 7:00 pm to around 9:00 pm.  All are welcome.    …

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What Is An Episcopalian?

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What Is An Episcopalian?

  What makes Episcopalians (also called Anglicans) different from other churches? The Episcopal Church has the distinction of being both catholic and protestant. It is catholic in its faith tradition, liturgy, and sacramental life while being protestant in some of its polity, or governance. Toward the end of the 16th century, an Anglican priest named…

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