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Worship

Service Time:

Services are held every Sunday beginning at 11:15 AM. Services typically last 45 minutes. All people are welcomed to attend services. Please join us!

Communion:

Holy Communion is held each Sunday. The host, consisting of bread and wine is offered to all who have accepted Christ. All people are welcomed to attend this service. Please join us!

Morning Prayer:

In the event of the absence of our Rector, Morning Prayer is held. We have four licensed Lay-Ministers in the church which can hold Morning Prayer. All people are welcomed to attend this service. Please join us!

Typical Service:

Book of Common Prayer:

St. James utilizes the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) to guide its worship services. The BCP is a bible-based collection of related prayer books used by the Anglican, Episcopal and other churches. The original book first published in 1549 was a product of the Church of England following the break with the Catholic Church in Rome, and contained the complete forms of service for daily and Sunday worship in English. The BCP contains Old and New Testament readings as well as Morning and Evening Prayers, the Litany, Holy Communion, the orders for Baptism, Confirmation, Marriage, Funeral and other services. The BCP also contains the Collects, Psalms, the Epistle and Gospel readings as well as biblical canticles and readings for the Sunday Communion Service. The BCP has undergone various revisions over the last 460+ years, but has remained the official prayer book of the Church of England and is used around the world in over 150 languages. Traditional Lutheran, Methodist and Presbyterian prayer books have borrowed from the Book of Common Prayer and the marriage and burial rites have found their way into those of other denominations, the King James Bible and the works of Shakespeare as well as many words and phrases have entered into our common English language.

Worship Services:

11:15 AM each Sunday
Holy Communion

The Rev. Martha Jenkins

Address:

St. James Episcopal Church
2287 Cartersville Rd.(PO Box 24)
Cartersville, VA 23027
Phone: (804) 375-3019

stjamescartersvilleva@gmail.com