News & Events from around the Parish...

Operation Christmas Child

Operation Christmas ChildIf you are filling a shoebox for Operation Christmas Child, the last day to drop off your filled shoeboxes is Sunday, December 6th, 2015 at the Religious Articles Bookstore.
God bless!

The Giving Tree

Giving TreeOnce again the tradition of the Giving Tree becomes a part of our Christmas celebration here at St. James. It is a tradition based on following Christ’s commands to feed the hungry and care for the poor.

All gifts and envelopes are due by December 13th. If you have any questions, contact Ann Borsuk at 704-720-0600, ext. 21, Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to
3:00 pm.

American Heritage Girls

American Heritage Girls smDo you like completing projects while having fun? Do you have a desire to work with girls between the ages of 5—18? We are looking for leaders to help St. James’ BRAND NEW American Heritage Girls troop. AHG is a faith based all girl troop that concentrates on building character and community service all the while working on fun merit badges. For more information contact Jennifer Crow at 704-925-1723.

Angel Brigade & American Cancer Society

AmericanCancerSociety RelayForLifeThe St. James Relay American Cancer Society Relay for Life Team -- the Angel Brigade -- is very excited to be selling Yankee Candles for your holiday shopping needs for family, friends, teachers, or even yourself!   So many of us love the ease of shopping online especially during the crazy holiday season.  This is a way to do it and help us raise money to help fight ALL cancers. Items will be shipped directly to you.  The Angel Brigade team will earn 40% of any items purchased through this promotion!

Parents' Night Out

parents-night-out smEnjoy a date night, do some Christmas shopping or just relax on Friday, December 4 while your children have dinner and watch a movie at Geiger Hall from 6 to 9 p.m.

Calling All Angels!

Calling All AngelsThis year, the children of the parish will perform "Calling All Angels" by Helen Kemp at the Christmas Eve Children's Mass.  This program is a short chancel drama that begins as the Angel Gabriel, as God's messenger, is now given the awesome assignment to think of a way to announce to the whole world that the Holy Child has been born. There are angel solos, a Hallelujah Choir, Cherubim Choir, and of course the voice of God, Archangels, Mary and Joseph! Invite friends and family for an enjoyable Christmas program
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Practices will be held Saturday mornings, beginning in mid-November.