Sunday, August 7, there will be only 2 services: 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.


The center of life at St. James is worship. There are multiple services every weekday and on Sundays. Our worship principally celebrates the Holy Eucharist, sometimes called Holy Communion or Mass. St. James honors ancient traditions as well as the contemporary cultures of our diverse congregation. No matter how you prefer to worship, you can feel comfortable at St. James because each service has unique characteristics: contemplative, child-friendly, or grand.


St. James is brimming with services and activities on Sunday mornings. On weekdays, the church is a serene space for worshippers and tourists. We are currently closed for public worship, but check back for updates as they become available.

Health and Safety Protocols

Now that St. James Cathedral is open for public worship for our celebration of the Eucharist on Sundays at 11 a.m., we are now taking online reservations for in-person services on weekends.

Stream Our Services

If you've enjoyed our at-home worship offerings, you'll love our new live-streamed services where you can worship along with our in-person Eucharist at 11 a.m. each Sunday, starting with this Sunday's Dedication Festival Eucharist. It's the next best thing to being there and will function similarly to our Sunday Facebook Watch Party, only this time, it's live!


Whether you are a long-time member or seeking a deeper connection with God, this collection of sermons from our clergy and visiting preachers is motivating and refreshing.


Bulletins for Sunday services are published mid-week to provide a resource for prayers, scripture readings, and music selections.

Life Events

Life's big events are often marked by sacraments. "Sacraments,” the Book of Common Prayer tells us, “are outward and visible signs of inward and spiritual grace."


Most St. James members volunteer their time as part of their commitment to the church, often in ministries enhancing and leading worship.