Welcome, and thank you for visiting St. James' Episcopal Church. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and service opportunities available. Please feel free to read more about our church on this site, or come in for a visit. We would love to meet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ and for you, our neighbor.
We are committed to live our baptismal vows, which call us to "seek and serve Christ in all persons, to love our neighbors as we love ourselves, to strive for justice and peace among all people, and to respect the dignity of every human." (From the Book of Common Prayer)
To be all inclusive and a welcoming community to all who seek to draw closer to God.
Photos of St. James' Events & Parish Family
Click on the photo below to see our 49 albums with over 1,220 photos. This will bring you to the website, flickr which will open in a new window in front of the St. James' Church web page.
Services are held in the Church. The Church is air conditioned in the summer months.
Sunday Morning Services are at 8:00 AM and 10:00 AM.
Wednesday Services are 10:00 AM.
Any additional Services will be announced on our notice board, on our website and by email.
COVID-19 Notice on Services - See the Latest News here on the left side of the Home page for information on our services.
Due to Covid-19 pandemic we will be bringing Sunday Holy Eucharist Services to your homes through the use of technology. Each Sunday from Father Mariano's home Chapel at 10:00 AM through our Facebook page you may worship with us. You may use the link on this page and click on Facebook-click here to connect to St. James' page.
Visit our Calendar page for the schedule for Holy Week Services on our Facebook page.
Holy Eucharist Service from Father Mariano's home Chapel on Sunday at 10:00 AM on our Facebook page. See link to the right.
Past Sunday Worship Services may be found on our Facebook page in "Videos".
The need is the greatest this time of year. Due to Covid-19 please do not bring any food to St. James' Church. We would happily accept food gift cards or monetary donations for the food pantry. During the Covid-19 crisis this has become a very large need for the community. You may call the office at 201-945-0079 or Father Mariano at 201-927-3788. Thank you in advance.
To Make a Donation
To assist you in contributing to the giving programs at St. James' Episcopal Church we have added an electronic method to make it easy for you to share your treasures for memorials, pledge donations, altar flower gifts, bread & wine offerings and other donations you may wish to give in God's Glory to St. James' Church. Click on the Contribute Now! button to learn more and send your special donation to St. James' Church.
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All are welcome here at St. James' Church
As you travel on your spiritual journey come visit us and take this journey with our most friendly and intimate parish family. Learn more about how you may receive your answers by asking, "Lord, what can I do to help?" We pray that you will find your answers here with us that you may be looking for in your life.