Christmas Eve Service Schedule Sunday, December 24

Christmas Eve Service Schedule

Sunday, December 24, 2017 Advent 4 LOVE

9:30 am Contemporary Worship
11:00 am Senior Choir

6:30 pm
7:30 pm Christmas Eve Family Worship

Christmas Office Schedule

Office Hours and last minute contributions over the Christmas period:

The office will be open at the following times:

Monday to Thursday, December 18, 19, 20, 21: 9:30am to 4:30pm

Monday, December 25: Closed

Tuesday, December 26: Closed

Wednesday, December 27: 10 am to 3 pm

Thursday, December 28: 10 am to 3 pm

Friday, December 29: Closed

Monday, January 1: Closed

If you wish to make a contribution outside of these hours there is a secure mailbox (lock box) for your use at the right of the exterior office entrance door.

The financial year end is December 31, 2017.

The Clark Brown Trio, Mothers and Angels, CD Fundraiser

The Clark Brown Trio, Mothers and Angels, a country gospel CD; Angela Brown’s Solo CD, Come Back Home.

CD’s are available from the church office for $20, with $5 going to the Life and Work of St. James.

St. James Annual Report 2016


St. James Financial Reports 2016


Joint Needs Assessment Committee Report (JNAC) effective April 2017

Please select the link below to view our Joint Needs Assessment Committee Report (JNAC) effective April 2017.


Burry Heights Summer Camps

Burry Heights summer camps offer an unforgettable experience for ages 9-11, 12-13, and 14-15.

Registration is $275.00 – $75.00 due at time of registration.

Fees are payable by email transfer to or by mail by cheque made payable to Burry Heights Camp and Retreat Centre to the following address Burry heights, 320 Elizabeth Avenue, St. John’s, NL., A1B 1T9

Summer programming inquiries may be made to Megan Stead at or by visiting

For registration or website issues contact Andrew Howell at

Congratulations to Chelsea Skanes

Congratulations to our Chelsea Skanes on her acceptance as a Steward at the 26th General Council of The World Communion of Reformed Churches to be held in Leipzig, Germany this summer.

Miranda Ramjattan voted NL Young Humanitarian of the Year

NL Young Humanitarian of the Year – Canadian Red Cross


Miranda Ramjattan

From an early age, Miranda Ramjattan has demonstrated interest and commitment to helping those in need locally and globally. At age 12 she was named top fundraiser at the Leary’s Brook Junior High School’s World Vision 30-Hour Famine, raising thousands of dollars for the charity.

At 16, she became involved with the Asper Program, raising awareness about human rights, racism and the Holocaust. Most recently she has become a fundraising volunteer ambassador with the Canadian Red Cross.

Ramjattan strives to improve the lives of youth including those with disabilities. She’s been honored by the Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador (ASNL) as its 2013 volunteer of the year and continues to give time at its Elaine Dobbin Centre as well as fundraising and awareness events and weekly participation in its Social Thinking program for children six years and older.

She volunteered in 2014 with Big Brothers Big Sisters’ Go Girl program that helps girls improve their understanding of topics like nutrition, fitness and positive self-image.

Ramjattan is a 2014 graduate of Memorial University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. While studying at MUN, Ramjattan was an English as a Second Language conversation partner helping newcomer students practice their English, and spent her summer in 2011 as a volunteer English teacher for children ages six to 14 in Quito, Ecuador. She also served as the second year representative in MUN’s Psychology Society.

Ramjattan is also a long-time volunteer at St. James United Church in St. John’s including with its Sight Restored band that has also performed at senior citizens’ residences, youth forums, for inmates of Her Majesty’s Penitentiary, as well as fundraisers for organizations such as War Child Canada. She now serves as the youth representative on the church’s executive board.

30th Anniversary of the Apology to First Nations Peoples

1986 Apology to First Nations Peoples


Apology Reflection