Projects at St. James
How You Can
St. James Anglican Church,
a nonprofit organization,
operates entirely on contributions, tithes and donations. Our daily,
monthly and yearly maintenance is achieved by the grace of God and
the generosity of our membership, neighbors, community and general
public. Each year we determine a specific goal, or set of projects
to better equip our church with the ability to continue our missions
in the community and world at large.
Below you will find our
current project which is our main focus at this time.
Fallen Oak Tree
RAISED! TREE REMOVED!
Seen above are two photographs, at top, our beautiful
ancient White Oak as she lay after falling down during a
rain storm. Our hearts were broken by this tragedy as this
tree was hundreds of years old. With a trunk over thirteen
feet in circumference and branches larger than most trees,
the cost of removal was in the thousands.
By God's grace we were able to raise the needed money to
have the tree removed as seen above. We give thanks to God
every day for His mighty protection over St. James as the
tree did not fall on either the church or Parish House.
St. James Roofing
RAISED! ROOF RESTORED!
St. James Anglican Church at its physical core, dates back
to Pre-Civil War construction. Over the years it has been
expanded and renovated. Because of the various expansions
the roof of St. James is unlike most standard church roofs.
Especially because St. James exists inside a converted farm
Seen above are two photographs from January 19th, 2014 of
the completed new roofing. Donations from members, guests,
visitors and supporters of St. James, as far away as
Australia sent in money and by the grace of God our roof was