It's time for men and women to get up and do God's work New St. James will have its first ever Men and Women's Conference on Saturday, October 8. The conference will start at 10 A.M. at our church. This year's theme is "Sleeping on God's Time" and attendees will have...
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We remember Cecelia “Ce-Ce” Stegall, a longtime Mother Board member and mother to Senior Pastor Rev. Cortez Stegall, passed away on October 9. She was 97 and lived a blessed and full life. Her Homegoing Ceremony is on Saturday, October 16 at 11 A.M. at New St. James.
Pastor Stegall says in-person church service will resume on the first Sunday in April, (Easter Sunday). He’s looking for volunteers to help sanitize the church. Also, vaccination locations can be found here.
Deacon Willie Bell, the patriarch of the New St. James Deacon Board, passed away on Feb. 6, 2021 – one day after his 96th birthday. Friends and family remember him as a true man of God who was never ashamed to share his testimony at any opportunity.
On Saturday, February 6, there will be a “Drive Thru” to pick up your communion implement beginning @ 3:p.m. and you are to hang on to it for the next day, which will be the first Sunday of February (Feb 7), so we can do Communion together via Conference Call.
Here’s a recap of announcements that were made during the 12/27/20 service. They include contribution statements, the church calendar, and connecting to the conference call without calling in.
New St. James said their final good-bye on Saturday to Sis. Gloria Jean Lofton, a respected local business woman and wife to Associate Pastor Rev. Kenneth Lofton. She was 61. Read more about her life.
With many more people in Arkansas getting infected with the coronavirus, Rev. Cortez Stegall, Sr. Pastor of New St. James M. B. Church, has announced some changed to annual year-end events.
This week’s announcements included information on Pastor and First Lady Smith’s “Love Day” celebration with Keeping it Real Ministries. Also, Veteran’s Day is Wednesday.
This week’s announcements included election day information, a drive-thru house-warming for a member, and information on Pastor and First Lady Smith’s “Love Day” celebration with Keeping it Real Ministries.
Every fourth Sunday in October, the New St. James Jr. Choir and Sunshine Bans would celebrate their annual Choir Day. It’s a tradition that dated back years as a way to praise God for blessing the program to make it another year. Starting next year, the choirs will began celebrating on Children’s Day, 2nd Sunday in June.
September 27, 2020 would have been choir day for the New St. James Sr. Choir. What memories from the choir do you treasure the most? What songs they have sung do you wish you could hear right now that could help you through this pandemic? Please leave a comment!
Because of the coronavirus, many church activities at New St. James are continuing through conference calls, much like the Sunday Morning service. Here are when and how you can participate in the calls. Prayer Line Every Monday thru Friday evening from 5:30 P.M. until...
How the Virus Impacted Worship Since mid-March, the coronavirus has been infecting people with the respiratory illness COVID-19 in Arkansas; making in-person worship service a challenge. As the virus kept spreading, the state began placing restrictions on businesses,...
John 4:24 tells us that we're told that we are to worship God "in spirit and in truth." Therefore, worship is essential for Christians to do. It's also important for church services for the congregation to enter into worship, because it welcomes the Holy Spirit and...