St. James Community of Faith
Programs on Catholic Beliefs and Practices
To provide opportunities to study the beliefs, prayers, practices and traditions of the Catholic faith, so that parishioners may deepen their relationship with Christ.
Call To Zion
(Please click above link for detailed information and registration form)
Develop a greater intimacy with your God and others by recognizing your gits and healing the wounds of the past that have prevented you from experiencing the unconditional love of God
† Religious Education – Ages 6 thru 13
Classes are held throughout the school year for grades one through eight. Home- schooling is also an option for your child. A materials fee is due upon registration. It is a diocesan requirement that a child must be enrolled for at least two years before reception of a sacrament. See the attached link for more information about our program.
† Scripture Study - Adults
Courses are offered in the Fall, Winter and Summer seasons. Classes are held Monday and Wednesday evenings, and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings.
† Lenten Retreat
A six week program is offered during Lenten season combining study, prayer, and faith sharing. The spirituality of a Catholic Saint is the focus of the study.
† The 12 Keys to Spiritual Vitality
Learn how to experience, in a fuller way, the gifts given by the Holy Spirit in our baptism: Peace, Joy, Patience, Kindness and Endurance! As we begin to age - starting at 25 - our culture focuses on our losses as something negative and undesirable - as diminishment's and things to be feared.
† A Week of Guided Prayer
A retreat week is offered within the parish in July. Prayer focuses on the two practices of lectio divina (sacred reading) and the examen - a daily review to see where God is present or absent within our lives. The retreat combines individual and communal prayer with daily meetings with a spiritual director.
Important Dates and Information
~A Six Week Lenten Retreat~
Praying with Ignatius of Loyola
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