St. James Episcopal Church - San Francisco

St. James Episcopal Church - San Francisco

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Dearest Fellow Church Congregants, I received your lovely and glorious Christmas card. I cannot thank you enough; for your Love and Support!
Most Lovingly, Christie Higgins
Please enjoy the FaceBook page for my books (available on Amazon and Kindle). Take some time to savor the experience, and to explore the photo albums. There are four Photo Albums (you might have to select ‘see all’), one with links to 20 radio interviews, one with links to sites where my books can be purchased, and one of Sayings (Jualtisms), and one with a dozen newspaper articles. Your comments and feedback are always welcome. I also share diverse videos, which I recommend, for those with interest in metaphysical, paranormal, or spiritual things. You can find more about me by searching for ‘Jualt’. A web-site to leisurely enjoy and explore, with links to interviews, articles, and books:
https://www.facebook.com/TheLifeOfChristos/
Today was her birthday and I just learned Judy Spain had passed away. Not sure if anyone at St. James knew of it. She served the parish faithfully for many years.
A wonderful talk, with Denise-P, about psychic and shaman aspects, health, spirituality, and about The Life of Christos series, and The Thought of Christos:
For God so Loved the world; He gave to us His only Son, Jesus Christ Our Savior, to live and die as one of us. Jesus Christ died: so that we can live forever.
Debbie Sham, I am praying fervently for you. We all love you, Debbie. I Love you.
Dearest St. James Congregants: My name is Christie Higgins. I have been absent from church; for quite awhile now.
I have not-in the slightest-forgotten about all of you; my friends at church.
I am now a singer. I have sung on three radio stations; thus far.
I am doing just fine; but, I miss all of you like crazy.
I continue on; with my photography; and, I will include a photograph with this my message for you.
I could Not Love You More if I Tried- Christie Higgins (Margaret C. Higgins U.S. Army Retired)
A very thought-provoking Good Friday sermon!
Hi...Please like & share my page https://www.facebook.com/SmartSettlementSolutions/, I already liked your's.
LOVE, Christie Higgins (photographer)
SENDING PRAYERS AND MY SINCEREST LOVE,
Christie Higgins (photographer)

St. James is a progressive, active, and open spiritual community welcoming all who wish to share God's love. We are a "JEDI" church: joyful, engaged, diverse, and inquisitive.

As part of the Richmond neighborhood since 1890, St. James is an anchor institution strengthening the community through worship, prayer, education, and service. We are a house of prayer and a community center for all people. We invite you to join us in following Jesus on the path of awareness and compassion.

Operating as usual

Seeds, Seeds, Seeds 06/13/2021

Seeds, Seeds, Seeds

Seeds, Seeds, Seeds The Rev. Shari Young preaches at St. James on the 3rd Sunday after Pentecost.

Hide and Seek 06/06/2021

Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek The Rev. John Kirkley preaches on the second Sunday after Pentecost. Readings: Genesis 3:8-15, 2 Corinthians 4:13-5:1

A Community of Love 05/30/2021

A Community of Love

"Everyone deserves a home." - Xander, formerly unhoused youth

A Community of Love The Rev. John Kirkley preaches on Trinity Sunday 2021.

The Power of Love 05/29/2021

The Power of Love

Sermon for the feast of Pentecost

The Power of Love The Rev. John Kirkley preaches a sermon for the feast of Pentecost 2021.

Sermon for Seventh Sunday of Easter 05/17/2021

Sermon for Seventh Sunday of Easter

Sermon for Seventh Sunday of Easter The Rev. Ron Willis preaches at St. James.

Photos from St. James Episcopal Church - San Francisco's post 05/10/2021

Nzilani Studios is making progress on our stained glass windows.

The Four Loves 05/10/2021

The Four Loves

The Four Loves The Rev. John Kirkley preaches on the 6th Sunday of Easter.

05/04/2021

Join us for worship at Mountain Lake Park on Sunday, May 9 at 10 a.m. Mask up and bring a blanket or lawn chair (or stand with us for 30 minutes). Photo credit: Heather Davies

Join us for worship at Mountain Lake Park on Sunday, May 9 at 10 a.m. Mask up and bring a blanket or lawn chair (or stand with us for 30 minutes). Photo credit: Heather Davies

Remain in Me 05/04/2021

Remain in Me

Remain in Me The Rev. Ron Willis preaches at St. James on the Fifth Sunday of Easter.

The Shepherd's Voice 04/26/2021

The Shepherd's Voice

"Have I been listening for the voice of the Shepherd this week? What does that voice sound like? What is it saying to me?"

The Shepherd's Voice The Rev. John Kirkley preaches on the Fourth Sunday of Easter, "Good Shepherd Sunday."

The Divine Mirror 04/18/2021

The Divine Mirror

Easter 3 Sermon: The Divine Mirror

The Divine Mirror The Rev. John Kirkley preaches on the Third Sunday of Easter, April 18, 2021.

Easter 2 Sermon 2021 04/17/2021

Easter 2 Sermon 2021

Easter 2 Sermon 2021 The Rev. Shari Young preaches on Sunday, April 11, 2021.

[04/07/21]   "Between stimulus and response, there is a space. And in that space lies our power to choose. And in our choice lies our growth and our freedom." - Viktor Frankl

Contemplative prayer creates the inner spaciousness to choose.

We Will All Be Changed 04/05/2021

We Will All Be Changed

"The Resurrection is not a doctrine or idea, but rather an experience of the Living Jesus."

We Will All Be Changed The Rev. John Kirkley preaches on Easter Sunday, April 4, 2021.

Pointless Sacrifice or Priceless Gift? 04/03/2021

Pointless Sacrifice or Priceless Gift?

Pointless Sacrifice or Priceless Gift? The Rev. John Kirkley preaches a sermon for Good Friday, April 2, 2021.

Maundy Thursday Sermon 04/03/2021

Maundy Thursday Sermon

Maundy Thursday Sermon Catherine Manhardt preaches on Maundy Thursday, April 1, 2021, at St. James Episcopal Church, San Francisco.

Parade, Protest, Procession 03/29/2021

Parade, Protest, Procession

Palm Sunday Sermon: "How do we bring the power of imagination to scale so that we create a tipping point in the evolution of human consciousness that transfigures our culture?"

Parade, Protest, Procession The Rev. John Kirkley preaches a sermon for Palm Sunday, 2021.

Christine Runyan — What’s Happening in Our Nervous Systems? | The On Being Project 03/23/2021

Christine Runyan — What’s Happening in Our Nervous Systems? | The On Being Project

This is a wise, tender, and healing conversation about how we experience the stress of the pandemic in our bodies and how we can respond with compassion.

Christine Runyan — What’s Happening in Our Nervous Systems? | The On Being Project Pandemic brain and “skin hunger.” How our bodies have been trying to care for us. Strategies for bringing our conscious selves back online.

Second Birth 03/17/2021

Second Birth

Those who consciously carry their wounds and the wounds of the world with compassion, are able to channel God’s healing power.

Second Birth The Rev. John Kirkley preaches a sermon for the 4th Sunday in Lent at St. James Episcopal Church, San Francisco.

Sermon for the 3rd Sunday in Lent 03/12/2021

Sermon for the 3rd Sunday in Lent

The Rev. Shari Young preaches on responding to the climate crisis.

Sermon for the 3rd Sunday in Lent The Rev. Shari Young preaches about responding to the climate crisis.

Grieving and Laughing 03/01/2021

Grieving and Laughing

"God is grieving and laughing with us all the way to the Resurrection."

Grieving and Laughing Sermon for the 2nd Sunday in Lent, preached by the Rev. John Kirkley, February 28, 2021.

It is well with my soul 02/22/2021

It is well with my soul

It is well with my soul Fred Goff sings "It is well with my soul"

Original Wounding, Original Blessing 02/22/2021

Original Wounding, Original Blessing

Rethinking sin, temptation and salvation from the perspective of the body . . .

Original Wounding, Original Blessing Sermon for the First Sunday in Lent preached by the Rev. John Kirkley at St. James Episcopal Church, San Francisco.

True Treasure 02/18/2021

True Treasure

Sermon for Ash Wednesday

True Treasure Sermon for Ash Wednesday 2021 preached by the Rev. John Kirkley.

Sermon for the Feast of Absalom Jones 02/15/2021

Sermon for the Feast of Absalom Jones

Catherine Manhardt preaches at St. James on the Feast of Absalom Jones, the first African-American priest in the Episcopal Church.

Sermon for the Feast of Absalom Jones Catherine Manhardt preaches at St. James Episcopal Church, San Francisco, on the observance of the feast of Absalom Jones, the first African-American ordaine...

Sermon for the Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany 02/07/2021

Sermon for the Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany

Sermon for the Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany The Rev. Ron Willis preaches at St. James Episcopal Church, San Francisco on Sunday, February 7, 2021.

28daysofblackhistory.com 02/04/2021

28 Days of Black History | Anti-Racism Daily

https://www.28daysofblackhistory.com/ A virtual exhibition of 28 works that celebrate Black legacy in the U.S. Sign-up and get a daily email during Black History Month.

28daysofblackhistory.com Email * Thank you! You’ll receive your first email Monday, February 1. A virtual exhibition of 28 works that celebrate Black legacy in the U.S.Delivered each evening in February via email Each evening of the exhibition includes… AN INTRODUCTIONTo a moment in Black history exemplified by the ar...

onbeing.org 02/03/2021

Living the Questions: A Civil Rights Elder on Exhaustion and Rest, Spiritual Practice, and the Necessity of Loving Community

As you celebrate Black History Month, take 25 minutes to bask in the light of Mother Gwendolyn Zoharah Simmons, a wise elder and icon of the Civil Rights Movement.

onbeing.org The Civil Rights elder on the importance of self-care, spiritual practice, and community while engaging in the work of social healing.

gofundme.com 02/02/2021

Healing Fred Fund, organized by John Kirkley

gofundme.com Dear Friends, Fred suffered a fall from a ladder in his backyard on January 16, sustaining brain tra… John Kirkley needs your support for Healing Fred Fund

caringbridge.org 02/02/2021

Fred | CaringBridge

Please connect with Fred's CaringBridge site for updates on his recovery, and continue to hold him, Rebecca, Sam, Liam, and James in your prayers.

caringbridge.org Dear Friends,  Many of you know that Fred had a fall in our backyard on Saturday, January 16th and hit his head. He is currently in the ICU at Marin General Hospital being taken care of by excellent nurses and doctors. Fred has had surgery to ...

youtube.com 01/31/2021

Sermon for the 4th Sunday after the Epiphany

The Rev. Shari Young preaches at St. James.

youtube.com The Rev. Shari Young preaches at St. James Episcopal Church, San Francisco.

01/25/2021

Flipping the Script

Sermon for the commemoration of Blessed Florence Li Tim-Oi, the first woman ordained priest in the Anglican Communion. Preached by the Rev. John Kirkley at ...

sainttheo.blogspot.com 01/15/2021

Let Us Pray

"Prayer is how we work with the energy of love to make God’s intention our reality."

sainttheo.blogspot.com Reflections on Christianity, spirituality, politics, and culture.

youtube.com 01/11/2021

"With Wild Beasts and Angels"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXeWVR1m28g

youtube.com The Rev. John Kirkley preaches a sermon for the First Sunday after the Epiphany: The Baptism of our Lord, January 10, 2021, at St. James Episcopal Church, Sa...

[01/06/21]   Happy Epiphany friends! News flash: Herod goes down ugly, but he loses.

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Morning Prayer November 15, 2020
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We don't have any products for sale, but we do invite you to explore the way of life and community inspired by Jesus that we find meaningful. Join us for worship on Sundays at 8 a.m. or 10 a.m. (Holy Eucharist), Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. (Morning Prayer), and Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. (Evening Prayer).

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4620 California St
San Francisco, CA
94118-1225

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 6pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 7pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 10am - 6pm
Sunday 7:30am - 12:30pm
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