Saint James the Greater Catholic Church Mission

 Saint James the Greater Roman Catholic Church Mission Statement

Our mission is to open “the door of faith” to our parishioners to make possible the life of communion with God and the transformation of the heart.  The fruit of this transformation will be to unite in charity our diverse congregation and surrounding community; “breaking down the dividing wall” (Ephesians 2:14). As members of the one body of Christ, we accept our responsibilities as good stewards of His great gifts.

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St. James the Greater Catholic Church - Dec 2016

It is once again time for St. James to staff the Salvation Army Center Of Hope. Please consider giving a few hours of your time to the Center December 18 - December 31, 2016.  Please sign up to Sign-in Guests and/or to Provide a Meal.  Please contact Dave Gandron at (980) 621-8019 with any questions.

New Beginnings Fall Registration

New Beginnings Preschool of Saint James is now accepting registrations for the 2016-2017 school year!!

We offer: Programs for ages 1-5, with class options:

  • Transitional Kindergarten– for children that do not meet the Aug 31st cut-off for public school, or need a little more time!
  • Well-balanced curriculum, featuring TouchMath and Houghton-Mifflin Pre-K and Kindergarten Literacy Program
  • Differentiated instruction that meets the needs of each child
  • Portfolio Assessments and Parent/Teacher Conferences
  • Enrichments classes in Art, Spanish, and Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
  • Highly-qualified staff

Our Registration Form can be found here, click on the New Beginnings link. You can also stop by the preschool during our regular hours (9-1pm) or the Church Office. For more information or to schedule a tour, contact Suzanne Carney (Preschool Director) 704-262-3498.

Civil War Sisters: Sisters of Mercy

Sisters of Mercy Healing the Wounds of a Nation
Mercy Heritage Center is hosting its first ever exhibit opening Civil War Sisters: Sisters of Mercy Healing the Wounds of the Nation. This exhibit explores an underrepresented topic of American History, the role women religious played in the medical treatment of the wounded and sick during the Civil War. The Sisters operated several hospitals and treated both Union and Confederate soldiers. The surgeon from the 13th N.C., Rex Hovey, will also be on hand to discuss surgical practices of the war with an era-authentic kit. 720 Heritage Center Place, Belmont 28012

NC Mision of Mercy Clinic

Volunteers Needed: Dental, Medical, & Non-Dental.

This is a free Adult Dental Clinic on Friday, March 6th and Saturday, March 7th (Set-up volunteers needed from 10:00am-5:00pm on March 5th), This event will be held at The Abernathy Physical Education Center, Catawba College, 2254 Yost St, Salisbury, NC.

To sign up or for more information go to: http://www.ncmom-salisbury.com

Father Vang

Remember to keep Fr. Vang in your prayers. He is on his mission trip to Vietnam. You can follow him on his Facebook page—Viet Toc.

Mass Times

Daily Mass Times:
Monday:
Rosary before Mass 6:15 PM
Benediction 6:45 PM
7:00 PM Mass & Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help

Tuesday-Saturday:
8:00AM

Saturday:
8:00AM
5:00PM
7:00PM - Spanish

Sunday:
8:00 AM
10:00 AM - Children's Mass
11:30 AM
1:30 PM - Spanish Mass
5:00 PM - Teen Mass

Holy Days of Obligation:
7:00PM - Vigil (Evening before Holy Day)
8:00AM
12:00PM
6:30 PM
8:00PM - Spanish

First Friday:
Mass at 11:00 AM
Luncheon follows at 12:00PM (during winter months)

Every Monday:
Adoration in the Church from 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8:30AM - 3:00PM
Friday: 8:30AM - 1:00PM

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Thank You

The Knights of Columbus Council 7450 can not adequately express our gratitude to all of the parishioner who have so

generously donated toward our 2016 Joe Kuntz Thanksgiving food drive.

Because of you,118 families will have a much better Thanksgiving day and dinner,

May God bless you for your thoughtfulness.

Photo Albums

  • View of the generosity of parishioners
  • Going back for more items
  • And we will have it cooked and delivered by 4 O'clock ...
  • It's amazing to see the outpouring of love from our parish.
  • Some one's going to have a better Thanksgiving this year.
  • The team that helped put together 118 dinners for those in need.
  • Wonder what the Knight's do between order pickups?