Author: St. James Episcopal Church

Halloween Trunk-or-Treat at St. James

Halloween Trunk-or-Treat at St. James

Calling all goblins and ghouls, princesses and superheroes… St. James Episcopal Church in Downtown Hendersonville is hosting a Trunk or Treat! All are welcome to join us for lots of FUN and CANDY!

Calling all goblins and ghouls, princesses and superheroes… St. James Episcopal Church in Downtown Hendersonville is hosting a Trunk or Treat! All are welcome to join us for lots of FUN and CANDY! Halloween Trunk-or-Treat needs trunks and volunteers! We will...
St. James Presents Four Hands at the Piano Recital on November 12

St. James Presents Four Hands at the Piano Recital on November 12

St. James presents Four Hands at the Piano Recital with pianists Lee Burkett and Leonidas Lagrimas Pianists Lee Burkett and Leonidas Lagrimas will perform a recital of piano duet works by composers including Schubert, Husa, and Kapustin on Sunday, Nov. 12 at 5 p.m. Plan now to attend this unique and unusual musical offering! They […]

St. James presents Four Hands at the Piano Recital with pianists Lee Burkett and Leonidas Lagrimas Pianists Lee Burkett and Leonidas Lagrimas will perform a recital of piano duet works by composers including Schubert, Husa, and Kapustin on Sunday, Nov. 12 at 5 p.m....

The Parable of the Dishonest Steward, by The Rev. David Henson

“And I tell you, make friends for yourselves by means of dishonest wealth.” In Return of the Jedi, after it’s announced that Lando Calrissian will lead an attack on the terrifying enemy battlestation ominously called the Death Star, Han Solo, played by Harrison Ford, turns to his old friend wryly smirks, “Good luck, you’re gonna […]

“And I tell you, make friends for yourselves by means of dishonest wealth.” In Return of the Jedi, after it’s announced that Lando Calrissian will lead an attack on the terrifying enemy battlestation ominously called the Death Star, Han Solo, played by Harrison Ford,...

What Unites Humanity?, by The Rev. David Henson

If Jesus comes not to bring peace but division, then what is it that implicitly unites us as a species? What is the unspoken unity that Christ’s division rightfully disrupts? What unites humanity, but unites it wrongly? As I’ve pondered the division Jesus seeks to inject into our unity this week, I found myself thinking […]

If Jesus comes not to bring peace but division, then what is it that implicitly unites us as a species? What is the unspoken unity that Christ’s division rightfully disrupts? What unites humanity, but unites it wrongly? As I’ve pondered the division Jesus seeks to...