“…love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.”
Mark 12:30


The life of a Christian is one of ever deepening conversion.  God’s love for us is deep, and that depth is unfathomable.  We are called to seek after God, and we do this through prayer, worship, praise, repentance, and education.  No part of the human person – be it mind, body, heart, or spirit – remains untouched by God.

As Christians, we at St. James’ take great joy in learning more about God and the work of God in the world.  Here are some ways you can join us as we learn more about God’s love for us and presence in the world. 

Prayer Breakfast

Each Wednesday morning, starting at 8:00 a.m., we gather for Morning Prayer and to Bible study.  Our focus tends to be the daily reading, but we also focus on feasts and fasts throughout the year.

Greek and Latin Study Group

Our Greek and Latin study group meets each Thursday afternoon to read the New Testament in either Greek or Latin. The group is open to all levels of language ability, so if you have any interest at all, feel free to join us. We meet at 1:20 to 1:50 for beginner language instruction, then at 2:00 to 3:00 to read in Greek or Latin. If you’d like to join us, send an email to stjamescoquille@gmail.com for the link

Book Club

Our book club meets on the first Saturday of each month from 2:00 to 3:00 in the afternoon. All meetings are open to the community, so if you’re a reader looking for other readers, feel free to join us!

We are meeting online for the time being. If you’d like to join us, get in contact with Father Tim at stjamescoquille@gmail.com

Emmaus Meals

Our adult forum has moved online! Click on the links below to find our most recent study: Bishops and Bishop Elections in the Episcopal Church.

Introduction – What is an online adult forum?

Week 1 – Leadership and Leaders in the Church

Week 2 – Location, Place, and Time

Week 3 – What does an Episcopal bishop do?

Here are some examples of what we’ve studied in the past: