Monthly Community Supper – Free and Open to ALL – followed by open mic session. Each third Sunday, join the St. James community for supper beginning at 5:30 pm, then stay for an open mic session with local musicians. Bring…
Named for the Taylorstown mountain near where all the members grew up, Furnace Mountain consists of some of the most innovative and gifted young musicians in Virginia. With Aimee Curl on bass and vocals, Danny Knicely on mandolin and fiddle,…
What does it mean to build a movement dedicated to resisting and challenging the Satanic forces of our own times?
Postponed from last week due to some extreme weather, we will be joined by two social activist friends of St. James, KD Kidder and Lee Stewart. KD will share with us a slide show and stories from her participation in the Great Peace March for Nuclear Disarmament from Los Angeles to Washington DC in 1986, representing Loudoun Citizens for Nuclear Disarmament, and Lee will share with us his experience participating in the Great March for Climate Action just last year.
Join us for a conversation about the beliefs of Teilhard de Chardin led by Bishop Jim Burch of The Dioceses of One Spirit: Sunday, February 15 at 11:00 am.
Evolution Weekend is an annual event created by The Clergy Letter Project as “an opportunity for serious discussion and reflection on the relationship between religion and science.” An ongoing goal of the project has been to elevate the quality of discussion on this critical topic, and to show that religion and science are not adversaries. Instead, they look at the natural world from quite different perspectives and ask – and answer – different questions.
Join us for a screening and discussion – Tuesday, February 3 at 7:00pm.
“PAY 2 PLAY lays out a compelling case against corporate personhood and money as free speech…Researched, sourced and interviewed exhaustively.” — LA Times
“Ennis is an optimist at heart, and his belief that one person can make a difference is infectious…The difference with this movie is that it actually means to inspire hope.” — Washington Post