1940 Hymn #277 Played by Clyde McLennan
COVID-19 UPDATE JUNE 8, 2020
St. James has reopened and will be holding weekly Morning Prayer service on Sunday mornings at 11am. While wearing masks is encouraged, it is not required to attend. We will not be restricting attendance to guests without masks but welcome those who feel more comfortable wearing one to bring their own. Complementary hand sanitizer will be provided for all in attendance upon request.
Pew seating: To maintain the necessary six foot distancing we require all guests to sit separately from other guests (if you did not arrive together, please do not sit together) and we will require a minimum 6ft distance during service between all attending.
Fellowship/Food: There will be no after service fellowship or refreshments provided until further notice. We ask that if you require a paper service bulletin upon arrival that you please take it home with you.
What St. James is doing for your safety:
St. James has been closed for the past 12 weeks (our last service was March 15th, 2020). St. James has been empty with no guests or visitors since then. During this time the door knobs, hand plates and railings have been sanitized and cleaned. Each pew has been sanitized and wiped down with disinfectant. The prayer books and hymnal covers have been wiped down and disinfected. This cleaning will be repeated after each service.
We welcome you to join us at
St. James Anglican Church!
St. James Anglican Church was founded in 1967 and celebrated 50 Years of Faith, in the Spring of 2017. At first glance our church is noticeably "different" in comparison to what you may expect upon arrival. Unlike your typical cathedral or structure designed and built specifically for worship. This is because St. James exists within a farmhouse dating back to the Pre-Civil War Era (circa 1836). Since 1974 when St. James moved from downtown Atlanta to its current location the former home has undergone multiple renovations and modifications. Taking this into consideration, we feel it is perfect example of a true "house of God."
trees in nearly three rolling green acres of
beautiful land; St. James
provides not only the Anglican-Episcopal tradition, our location harkens back
to a more calm and peaceful time. Here at St. James you will find a
calming peace amidst the hustle and bustle of
a busy and growing modern city.
St. James Anglican Church is the home of The Anglican Episcopal Diocese, South and a proud member of the ACIC / ACUSA with oversight from The Rt. Rev. Larry W. Johnson of The Anglican Church of Virginia.
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