Welcome to St. James Anglican Parish

Kentville, N.S.  Diocese of NSPEI

         Rector           

The Rev'd Shirley Cole

902-954-1665 

sjcole61@gmail.com

Church Address

18 Prospect Avenue

Kentville, NS, B4N 4H7

Church 902-678-3123


Rectory Address

14 Highland Ave. 

Kentville, NS, B4N 2K8

Rectory 902-681-1663


stjames@ns.sympatico.ca

  And let us consider how to provoke one another to love and good deeds, not neglecting to 

  meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more

                             as you see the Day  approaching      Hebrews 10:24-25 (NRSV)


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Sunday BCP 8am Eucharist (said)

     BAS 10:30 Eucharist

          Wednesday 12:15  Eucharist with anointing for healing.

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Window #18     THE LABOURERS ARE FEW


When Jesus saw the multitudes that were coming to him to be taught and to be healed, he had compassion on then.  He called his Disciples to him and said "The harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few".


Then he centaur his Disciples and gave them power to preach and to do miracles.


In this window Jesus is shown standing in a wheat field speaking to one of the Apostles.


Dedication:

  • To the Glory of God and in Loving Memory of George Edgar Graham, 1870 - 1953, and his wife Mary Lucinda Lisle Beckett, 1869-1939.

This window was dedicated September 19, 1954 and was made by J. Wippell and Co. Ltd. of London and Exeter, England.


Window #19       JESUS INCREASED IN WOSDOM AND STATURE


When Jesus was twelve, his parents took him to Jerusalem for the feast of Passover.  His parents were returning home to Nazareth when they discovered Jesus was not with them.  They went back to Jerusalem and found him in the Temple surrounded by the teachers, listening to them and questioning them; all who heard him were astonished at his understanding  and answers.


And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favour with God and man.


In this window Jesus is shown as a young man working with Joseph, his father, in the carpenter shop.  Mary, his moth is in the background.


Dedication:

  • In Loving Memory of Arthur Lechmere Chase, born June 12, 1916 and died February 29, 1936.   Only child of Harold M. and Ernestine A. Chase.





Window #18 & #19