St. James’ Episcopal Church is grateful to be given the opportunity for a second year in a row to bring the seasonal flu shot to our parish and the greater Downingtown area community! This event will be held in the back parking lot. Saturday, October 16th, 10 am - 12 pm Please make sure to bring: Your health insurance card Mask ~~~ Easy and convenient way to get the whole family vaccinated ~~~ Registration is recommended, but not necessary. For those wishing to register, … [Read more...]
To provide comfort, hope and a sense of belonging to our neighbors, to the wider world community.
All Clothing Items Available To Flood Victims* For FREE! If you have been impacted by the recent area flooding from hurricane Ida please stop in to our Thrift Shop for your clothing needs. We will be keeping all clothing free to those impacted until the end of October. Anyone who wishes to donate clothing your donations are welcome for drop-off during normal Thrift Shop hours, which are as follows: St. James' Thrift Shop Hours Tuesdays & Wednesdays: 1:30pm - … [Read more...]
35th Annual Downingtown CROP Hunger Walk Sunday, October 3rd at 1:00pm Church World Service (CWS), with assistance from the Downingtown Area Ministerium, is bringing back the annual food drive with an in-person event for the Fall of 2021. Join Christians from a myriad of churches in the central region of Chester County for this global and local effort to help combat food insecurity in our world. The walk is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. on October 3rd; moreover, it will once again … [Read more...]
Take a break from the heat and find a bargain at the St. James' Church Thrift Shop. Enjoy a fully AIR CONDITIONED, brightly lit, shopping area with dressing room to try on your finds. While our Nursery School is closed for the summer, our Thrift Shop is open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10am until 2pm. Stop in for the best deals in Downingtown! … [Read more...]
A Message from the Lord's Pantry: As the holiday season approaches during this Pandemic, we had to make some hard decisions. This year, more than ever, our families need our help. As you know, our Christmas distribution requires a very large space and requires many volunteers/donors – neither which are safe or advisable under the current conditions. The only safe solution would be to give our families gift cards so they could purchase gifts for their own children... That being said, … [Read more...]