24447 94th Ave. S, Kent, WA 98030 (253) 852-4450 info@stjameskent.org

Plant Sale!

Saturday, May 8, 10 am – 12pm

Please come shop our plant sale! Proceeds benefit the connections we make through our Outreach/Community Engagement office.

If you have plants to donate, or for more information, please email Jann Miller.

The Thrift Shop is OPEN!

Saturdays, 10-4

For more information about the Thrift Shop or to volunteer, email interim Thrift Shop manager, Peter Ostrander, postrander@stjameskent.org

Stewardship is part of our Spiritual Lives

Please consider making a weekly, monthly, or yearly pledge via this online form OR this PDF you can print at home.

Donate Online

Make a one-time or recurring donation to St. James Church. Processed via PayPal.


Sunday Morning Worship @ 10:30 am

In-Person and Livestream

Livestream link:

  • This link takes you to the St. James YouTube Channel page. On the YouTube Channel page are the uploaded videos and previous live streams.
  • When we are live streaming there will be an additional window at the top of the page with a link next to it labeled LIVE.  Click LIVE to watch the live stream.

*New Sunday Protocols*

Thank you for your cooperation and patience as we’ve navigated attending church in-person during a pandemic!

  • No pre-registration needed
  • In lieu of a weekly Individual Attestation & Consent Form from you, we are keeping a copy of your previously signed form on file.We consider this to be a “blanket” form waiving liability against St. James Episcopal Parish of Kent, Washington, should you contract COVID-19 and that contact is traced back to St. James, despite the precautions we have taken and required.If you have any questions or desire to follow a different procedure, please contact the church office at info@stjameskent.org or 253-852-4450.
  • Temperatures will still be taken and recorded
  • First time visitors will need to complete a Individual Attestation & Consent Form

For those joining us in-person, please note:

  • Those who have not previously completed a Waiver Form may complete one here.
  • Interior space is limited to 50% capacity (around 60 people) per WA State COVID guidelines and those of the Diocese of Olympia,
  • Families and “pods” can sit together, but everyone else will be 6 feet apart and all attendees will be required to wear a recommended protective face mask. We will have hand sanitizing stations, and no one will be going downstairs. We will serve Eucharist in individual portions.

Coffee Chat Every Sunday Morning at 9:30 am

Coffee Chat and Zoom Link:
Meeting ID: 860 1181 4269
Passcode: 661936

Capital Campaign Update

Pillars of Faith – Windows of Hope
Capital Campaign Update, December 2020

We are in the final six months of our Capital Campaign (ends June 30, 2021)!! We have much to celebrate and a couple of projects still to finish. Read the update: Capital Campaign Update – St. James Kent (PDF)

Faith Formation

Celtic Cross

Meet Members on the Monitor on Wednesdays @ 6:30 pm via Zoom

Join Mother Joyce & Sister D. for a series on Celtic prayer, poetry and practices. Each week will include good conversation, lectio divina, and readings from The Soul’s Slow Ripening: 12 Celtic Practices For Seeking The Sacred by Christine Valters Paintner.

All are welcome! Consider inviting and friend or family member this week.

MMM Zoom link:
Meeting ID: 893 8892 4911
Passcode: 974693

Sister D Bracher, Minister of Formation

Read-a-loud with Sister D. on Mondays @ 3:30-4:00 pm via Zoom (NEW TIME)

GUARD YOUR VEGETABLES! Our next book is Bunnicula, written by Harold. Harold’s fulltime occupation is dog. Harold lives with Mr. and Mrs. Monroe and their sons Toby and Pete. Also sharing the home are a neurotic cat named Chester and a rabbit. It is because of Bunnicula that Harold turned to writing. Someone had to tell the full story of what happened in the Monroe household after Bunnicula arrived.

Join us from 3:30-4:00 pm on Mondays for Sister D.’s read-a-loud.  Share with friends of all ages! Especially good for first grade and above, this story is a delightful mystery!

Zoom Link: 
Meeting ID: 870 0896 1308
Passcode: 313273

Men’s Breakfast

Every month on the second Saturday at 8:30 am, the guys will be meeting virtually for a time of conversation facilitated by Norm Harris and Corky Corcoran. Grab a cup of coffee and join them!

Next meeting: Saturday, May 8, 8:30 am

Zoom link: Men’s Breakfast
Meeting ID: 876 2747 0448
Passcode:  5q0EdR

It’s a Breeze!

Breeze is an online church database system that will enable us to keep our membership contact information as up to date as possible.  As we learn its features we will be better able to connect you with ministries, interests, and each other, as well as communicate with you! Breeze is now our virtual membership directory. Our Breeze address is: https://stjameskent.breezechms.com.
Using that link, please create your unique login and update your information.

2021 Annual Meeting

We held our Annual Meeting via Zoom on Sunday, January 31. Click on the recording of the meeting below (includes PowerPoint Slides) to listen. If you have questions, please contact Vestry Chair Leslie Malek at QueenderNacht@gmail.com or 206-321-0567.


The Outreach Ministry provides low-income Kent residents and the homeless with food, water, clothing, utility shut-off assistance, drivers licenses and IDs, referral information, and prayer always. We also provide school supplies and household furnishings, when they are available.

Community Garden

Our Community Garden connects at-risk families and children with the spiritual, nutritional and creative enrichment of learning to garden and compost in their homes and community.

Thrift Shop

Grand Re-Opening: Saturday, May 4

We will be open on Saturdays, 10-4

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Peter Ostrander, Minister of Community Engagement, postrander@stjameskent.org

The Thrift Shop is located in the gymnasium next to St. James Episcopal Church 24447 94th Avenue South Kent, WA 98030. We are accepting donations of gently used items 9 am to 12 noon on Wednesdays, and 10 am to 4 pm on Saturdays.