Posted on Dec 23, 2020
St. James is permanently closed. Please join us at St. John's Anglican Church in Porterville on D Street
- Martin BI remember attending this parish back in the 1990’s under the vicarship of Fr. Rick. A loving church family I will never forget; however, I never thought that they would choose schism over remaining open, loving and affirming.
- uOnlyMatterIfICare PThis place is part of my home! This place was my community of people who loved & accepted, showed concern, welcomed, included shared and valued each of us (me and my family). I went to Sunday school there, had first communion, Choked on a red lifesaver when I was 5 and my dad took me out of service flipped me up side down and shook me yesterday my ankles.....it came out, obviously.playing RED LIGHT/GREEN LIGHT on the front lawn after service, eating whatever cakes and yummies that we all took turns bringing, The pancake supper!!!!!! All being apart of the community and sense of responsibility to it, with it, and for it was built here for me in this building made out of love and acceptance of EVERYONE!! The 2 priests I knew, over the yrs and their family used to live next door and were always family friends. Also notable, The Davis’ (who are PHENOMENAL PEOPLE still), Peggy Burr (amazing RIP), the Dr. and His wife who you knew had way too much culture for this small town but who we...
- Chris CBeautiful architecture!
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