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October 27, 2009
The Rev. Tom Doyle from the church building organization e3Partners will speak Sunday at St. James Anglican Church. The talk is part of St. James’ observance of the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. Doyle oversees missionary and church building work in the Middle East and Central Asia for e3Partners. The event is open to the public. Light refreshments will be served after the lecture. Child care is available by reservation only. Contact Beth Borbon at bborbon@stjamesnb.
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May 19, 2008
St. James Anglican Church will kick off a new lecture series with an appearance from Emmy-award winning broadcast journalist Hugh Hewitt. The series, titled “Steadfast in Faith” will begin with a talk at 7 p.m. Wednesday called “Is There a Clash of Civilizations?” at the church, 3209 Via Lido. Hewitt, a professor of constitutional law at Chapman University, also has a nationally syndicated radio show which is heard by 2 million listeners in more than 120 cities every weekday afternoon.
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December 1, 2010
Barbara was born on April 28, 1927 and passed away peacefully on November 23, 2010 at 83. She was born in Los Angeles, raised in Pasadena and was a resident of Newport Beach for 47 years. She loved to garden, read and attend USC football games with her loving husband Wynnett. She gave tirelessly of herself in helping others. She was President of the Assistance League of Newport-Mesa. She will be remembered for her wonderful sense of humor and her devotion to her family and friends.
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August 2, 2010
Local architect and longtime Newport Beach resident Alan Smith died July 17, 2010, at home, with his family at his bedside. Al was born in Long Beach to Albert and Ruth Smith in 1931.  He graduated from Wilson High School  in 1949.  He graduated from the School of Architecture at UC Berkeley in 1953.  Following graduation Al returned to Long Beach, joining Buffum’s Department Store as an assistant to the store architect, Orson Reynaud.  In 1954 Al met and married Mary Dianne Atkinson, also a Wilson graduate.
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By Brianna Bailey | October 13, 2007
Cathie Young, the discipleship pastor at St. James Anglican Church, loves working where she has worshiped for the past 20 years. “You can walk down the halls and smell God,” Young said. “Yes, God has a smell.” After working at St. James for the past 16 years as a lay person, Young will be ordained as deacon 10 a.m. today at St. James in a ceremony officiated by Bishop Evans Kisekka, of the Anglican Church of Uganda, and Bishop John Guernsey, the U.S.-based missionary bishop from the Anglican Church of Uganda.
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By Brianna Bailey | December 24, 2009
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is the fifth in a series of the top stories of each year since 2000. Look for the 2005 story of the year Saturday. In danger of losing its Balboa Peninsula church to the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles in a heated court battle, St. James Church is keeping its eyes on the U.S. Supreme Court. The high court could take up a similar court case of an Anglican Church in La Crescenta that raises questions about property rights and freedom of religion.
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By Daniel Tedford | July 25, 2008
St. James Anglican Church named a new pastor this week after a yearlong search to find a new leader for the church that has been shrouded in four years of controversy. The Rev. Richard C. Crocker will become the senior pastor of the 1,000-member congregation, coming from the Truro Anglican Church in Fairfax, Va. His work will officially begin in January 2009. St. James has made headlines in recent years because of an ongoing battle due to its former connection to the Episcopal Church.
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June 18, 2005
Marisa O'Neil A breakaway Newport Beach church being sued by the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles filed a counter suit this week, alleging breach of contract in its current property dispute, attorneys disclosed Friday. Attorneys for St. James Anglican Church filed the cross-complaint Wednesday in Orange County Superior Court. It claims the diocese put in writing a promise not to try to seize property from St. James. The diocese filed a lawsuit last year against St. James, All Saints' in Long Beach and St. David's in North Hollywood, claiming rights to their property.
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March 5, 2005
Court asks churches to resolve issues A Superior Court judge on Thursday ordered the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles and three breakaway churches to try and resolve their differences out of court. The diocese is suing St. James Anglican Church in Newport Beach, All Saints' in Long Beach and St. David's in North Hollywood for return of property, including church buildings. The three churches seceded from the Episcopal Church of the United States in August because they disagreed with the church's more liberal views.
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By Brianna Bailey | December 24, 2009
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is the fifth in a series of the top stories of each year since 2000. Look for the 2005 story of the year Saturday. In danger of losing its Balboa Peninsula church to the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles in a heated court battle, St. James Church is keeping its eyes on the U.S. Supreme Court. The high court could take up a similar court case of an Anglican Church in La Crescenta that raises questions about property rights and freedom of religion.
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