Whatever your race, gender, sexual identity, affectional orientation, political bent, or past relationship with God and religion, you are welcome here. There's no need to check your brain or your questions at the door.
We are a parish in a hierarchical church using the Book of Common Prayer in traditional liturgical worship that believes the voice of God still speaks prophetically to people today.
to Preparing for the Paschal Feast
at St. James Commons
in Holy Week, , from , all members of the diocese are invited to gather at St. James Commons and St. James Cathedral to prepare for the celebrations of Maundy , Good , and the Great Vigil of Easter.
Resources for Keeping a Holy Lent
Devotions, curricula from Episcopal Church partners
Several Episcopal Church organizations have created no- or low-cost Lenten devotions, reflections, and curricula for individuals and congregations.
Resources include a six-week curriculum on John's gospel with a discussion guide for small groups, a series of reflections on civil discourse written by Bishop Lee and other Episcopal bishops, booklets from Living Compass and Episcopal Relief & Development, and more.
Find Lenten resources on the website and check upcoming newsletters for updates.
10:00 A.M. Eucharist Worship
11:00 A.M. Coffee Hour
311 E. Main St. Suite 414
Galesburg, IL 61401
Bishop Lee is marching in Chicago on March 24 against gun violence and is asking all Episcopalians to join in this nationwide effort. There will be a march in Galesburg. Watch this space for more information as it becomes available. A message from Bishop Lee can be found on our News & Events page.
March 4 Morning Prayer w/ Reserved Sacrament
Leader: Tobyn Leigh
March 11 Morning Prayer w/ Reserved Sacrament
Leader: Kathleen Bashem
March 18 Eucharist Mass Celebrant: Fr. John Richmond
Coffee Hour: Potluck
March 25 Morning Prayer w/ Reserved Sacrament