St. James Church
Contact our parish office to register your child, ages 4 - 12 years of age.
Barn Sale: Sept., 9
Donations are being received!
Contact the parish office for further information.
Status on Nomini Church Repair: The repair work being done by Hall Construction is almost completed. We plan on being able to occupy the building by the end of August. We look forward to having a special service of celebration in the near future.
For the summer months this year Cople Parish will have a summer schedule July-August, one service time for Sunday worship,10:00 a.m.,
The schedule is as follows:
Yeocomico - June 11, 10:00 a.m. for Bishop's Visit
June 18 - 9 a.m., St. James; 11 a.m., Yeocomico
June 25 - 9 a.m., St. James; 11 a.m., Yeocomico
St. James Church - July
Yeocomico Church - August
We will return to our regular schedule in September: St. James, 9 a.m.; Yeocomico, 11 a.m.; Nomini, 5th Sundays and other times as designated.
Cople Episcopal Parish and
Northern Neck of Virginia Historical Society invite you to join us on
Tuesday, July the 4th
Starting at 8:15 a.m.
Salute at Burnt House Field
At the gravesites of Richard Henry Lee
(Declaration of Independence signer),
his parents, and grandparents.
(Take Rt. 3 toward Montross in Westmoreland County. Turn right on 202. Go about 9 miles and turn left on Coles Point Road. Go 1 mile to left on Mt. Pleasant Rd.)
9:00 - 9:30 a.m.
Patriotic Service at
1706 Yeocomico Episcopal Church
(Home church of Richard Henry Lee & the Lee family)
With prayers and
singing of national hymns
(From Burnt House Field, return to Coles Point Road and turn left. Go to Tucker Hill Road and turn right. Go about 3 miles to right on Old Yeocomico Road.)
This is a family friendly event
and all are invited to attend!