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St. James' Episcopal Church
9 Williams Street • Clinton, New York 13323
Services Saturday 4 pm and Sunday 9:30am
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Worship services

 St. James holds worship services through Zoom.  
This weekend, we celebrate Pentecost; wear red! Fr. John Crosswaite officiates. 

Saturday Worship Service   May 30   4:00 pm
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or call 1-646-558-8656 and when prompted, enter the meeting ID 948 3365 7947
(If calling, you will need the password; contact

Sunday Worship Service  May 31   9:30 am  
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or call 1-646-558-8656 and when prompted, enter the meeting ID 959 4862 5114
(If calling, you will need the password; contact

A musical prelude precedes the Sunday worship service.

St. James’ Worship Committee, with the assistance of several parish members have created a recorded service of Compline for anyone to access using the link below.
Compline is sometimes referred to as night prayer, since it is the last prayer of the day in many liturgical traditions, including the Episcopal church. It is traditionally said or sung prior to retiring for the day. Many people from our St. James’ family helped to create this short, peace filled service. We hope that you will watch it often and that it will be enhance your personal worship. 

St. James' Episcopal Church, Clinton has temporarly suspended in-person worship services. Parish sponsored meetings, and other gatherings that take place on the St. James' campus have been canceled until futher notice.  

Click here for the Plan for Re-Gathering for Central New York Episcopalians Updated May 26, 2020 

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The church remains open for private mediation.  Please practice appropriate safety hygiene and be considerate of others who use our worship space.

St. James' Episcopal church, along with other area churches, supports the County Pantry.  With school closings, kid-friendly foods are especially needed; see list here...  The situation is continually changing. Please contact the Country Pantry on how and what to donate.

If you, or someone you know, is struggling with keeping food on the table, contact the Country Pantry. At this time, the Country Pantry still plans to open Tuesday, March 24 between 9:45 AM and 3 PM. The only requirement to receive food is proof of Clinton, Clark Mills, or Westmoreland residency. If your child is in the Westmoreland or Clinton School District, and needs nutritional snacks, please call 315-272-5267.   facebook;

St. James is the yellow wooden church half way up Williams Street (on the left heading away from the Villiage green). Some e-maps locate us at the corner of  Williams and College Streets, the location of Stone Pres Church.

”I’m very excited about being an Episcopalian.” Thank you Karen of St. James Episcopal Church in Clinton for sharing your hope!

Charles of St. James' Episcopal Church in Clinton feels God at work in him as he engages the work of the Learning Communities Initiative.

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St. James’ Episcopal Church is a community of faith where we come together in Christ to develop spiritually through worship and Spirit-led action. We experience the sacred through our liturgy, music, hospitality, and shared ministries.  As part of our outreach mission to the greater Clinton area, the parish campus is used by various community groups as a place of meeting and fellowship.  We are continually and prayerfully exploring ways to transform the world through loving faith-filled service. More...

Our weekly e-newsletter is now available through our website. Click on the link above (Weekly E-Newsletter) to read this week's news and be sure to click "Subscribe" in the upper left corner to receive the news every Friday in your mailbox!

you taught us to pray.

So, in a moment of silence
we pray for all known to us
who tonight need to know you are near.

We thank you,
for all engaged in the ministries of healing and reconciliation,
for those who work in hospitals and hospices,
for doctors and district nurses,
for carers and counsellors,
for peacemakers and peacekeepers.

God our maker,
Jesus our healer,
Holy Spirit of love and life,
hear our prayers.

To those who seek you,
to all who need you,
to the world you cherish
bring healing,
bring wholeness,

bring peace. (The Iona Abbey Worship Book, p. 123)

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    St. James Episcopal Church
    9 Williams Str
    eet • Clinton, New York 13323  • 315 853 5359
    C. Richer, website adminstrator