We are a community of faith that meets in a beautiful heritage building located in the downtown area of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
If it is your first time to St. James – or you are returning to St. James after a time away – please know that we are happy to have you and we hope that you find our website engaging and our community welcoming.
Of course, if you are able to join us please know that our worship is “relaxed” traditional in style, dress code comfortable, and “family-like” in our welcome.
For those of you who have children we have nursery coverage for children from birth to age three and a Children’s Worship class for children age 4 to 11.
All are welcome. We hope to see you.
Lecture and Workshop with Dr. Peter Denton
Living Close to Home: Local Choices for a Sustainable Future – the 2018 Dr. Eric Green Lecture, will be presented by the Rev. Dr. Peter Denton on Friday, September 28, 2018 at the University of Prince Edward Island in the Don and Marion McDougall Hall, Room 329, at 7:30 pm. The event is co-sponsored by the Kirk of St. James and the UPEI Environmental Studies program. It is a free public lecture, to which all are welcome.
Dr. Denton is the son-in-law of the Rev. Dr. Jim Farris and Jean Farris, of our congregation.
On Saturday, September 29, 2018, between 9:00 am and 2:00 pm in the Kirk of St. James church hall at 35 Fitzroy Street, Charlottetown, Dr. Denton will present Living Close to Home – the Workshop – based on his books, Live Close to Home (2016); Technology and Sustainability (2014); and Gift Ecology: Reimagining a Sustainable World (2012). This interactive workshop will explore how we can live rewarding yet sustainable lives right where we are. A light lunch will be provided. This is a free public workshop to which all are welcome. Pre-registration for the workshop is appreciated, by contacting (902) 892-2839 or email@example.com.
On Sunday, September 30, 2018 Dr. Denton, his wife, the Rev. Mona Denton, and their two children, Daniel and Ruth, will lead the worship service at the Kirk. Everybody is welcome to join us for this special occasion.
Dr. Peter Denton has worked on ethical issues in science, technology and society for more than 30 years. He chairs the Policy Committee of Manitoba’s Green Action Centre and has been involved in UN Environment since 2012 as a civil society representative and as a contributor to the Global Environmental Outlook (2016-19). Adjunct Associate Professor of History at the Royal Military College of Canada, he is a regular op ed contributor to the Winnipeg Free Press on environmental issues and an ordained minister in the United Church of Canada.
Those interested in pre-registering for the lecture may do so at this link.
Those interested in pre-registering for the workshop may do so at this link.