CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) & PUBLIC WORSHIP
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and advice from Public Health Officials, New St. James is suspending Sunday worship until further notice. Activities during the week are also cancelled. Please stay tuned for future updates. For an update from our Interim Moderator, Dr. Andrew Fullerton, please visit our Media Page. Click on The New Connection Newsletter under Newsletters, Sermons & Bulletins and you will see Dr. Fullerton’s March 2020 correspondence under Last Published. Please also continue to keep in touch with Rev. Mark McLennan’s updated messages, prayers, sermons, meditations by visiting the Media or Worship Pages. Although we are not able to worship together in the Sanctuary, please visit the Media Page and enjoy a selection of audio recordings- piano, anthems from the Choir, our magnificent organ and Congregational singing. You will find a past Good Friday Cantata, along with sections from the 2019 Good Friday Service. Be uplifted by the power of music. May it bring you comfort and joy!
New St. James Church is Searching for a New Minister
New St. James Presbyterian Church is searching for a new minister. Follow the link to find out more about the New St. James, the position and how to apply.
Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ
Thank you for visiting the New St. James Presbyterian Church website. We hope that you will learn a thing or two here about who we are and what we do as a community of faith in Jesus Christ. But a better way is to come and see for yourself. We invite you to join us for worship in our fully accessible building any Sunday at 10:30am, or 10:00am between Canada Day and Labour Day. We promise you a warm welcome and even a guided tour if you would like one!
God is calling the people of New St. James, as followers of Jesus Christ, to worship God and to serve the community.
The Presbyterian Church
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The Presbytery of London
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P.W.S. & D.
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