Ministries & Programs of the  Fellowship Team

The Fellowship Team providing oversight for all aspects of fellowship at SJPC. Active elders (those currently serving on the Session) provide leadership for this area along with volunteers who desire to work with the team. 

Quarterly Birthday & Anniversary Celebrations – This open and engaging ministry is charged with planning and presenting the quarterly birthday and anniversary lunch celebrations in which all church members and friends are invited to participate.

Stephen Ministers – The Stephen Ministers work to provide care and oversight for members and community residents who are experiencing difficult times and desire the support of a caring Christian brother or sister. Stephen Ministers must complete over 50 hours of training to learn how to listen and support those experiencing a crisis. Contact the Stephen Ministers.

The Compassion Committee – The Compassion committee works to provide a variety of support to bereaved families and their friends. This committee is also responsible for preparing the meals for their families and friends after funeral services.

Samaritan Shoes Free Give Away – This ministry offers shoes for school aged children. The shoes are purchased with the intent of providing young people a free pair of shoes for the school year.

Singles With A Mission (SWAM) – SWAM is designed to provide singles persons with fellowship and opportunities to promote and participate in the various ministries at SJPC. One of the primary missions of SWAM is the Saint James Presbyterian Church Community Garden.

Married Couples’ Ministry – ITT (It Takes Two) brings together married couples to provide education, enrichment and fellowship activities that support Christian couples’ in their marriage and family life.

Older Adult Ministries – This is a ministry designed to address he needs of senior citizens in our church and greater community as it relates to attending social functions and learning about programs and services specifically designed to enrich the lives of senior adults.