"Nourished by the Eucharist, Saint James Catholic Church proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ to our community through Word and Sacrament. Strengthened by the Holy Spirit we put our faith into action by serving Christ, thereby giving praise and glory to God our Father."

Mass Schedule:
   Saturday 4pm     Sunday 11am
   Mon & Fri at 11:30am
   Holy Days 7pm
   Youth Mass 4th Sunday 11am

   Saturday 3:30-3:45pm
   Sunday 10:30-10:45am
   or by Appointment

Rosary - Please join us on Wednesdays at 9am and Sundays
at 10:30am

Adoration - Eucharistic Adoration is offered on 1st Fridays following the 11:30am Mass until 1pm

Office Hours:
Monday through Thursday: 9am-1pm;  closed Fridays

Looking for registration and other forms? Click here

Electronic Giving: 

If you are interested in giving electronically to St. James Church, click here to begin the process. If you want to switch from paper giving to online giving or if you are new to regular giving, please take a look at this method for supporting our parish! You will need to create an account and then wait for a confirmation email before being able to set up the giving options.

Upcoming Parish and Community Events:

Look what's been going on! (click photo to enlarge)

Easter and RCIA 2014!

Youth Faith Formation Christmas Pageant:

St. James Catholic Church

What's Happening?

Daily Meditation and Mass Readings

The Bible and Prayer - The Bible and Prayer bible study begins January 20 at 7:00 pm in the St. James church hall.

VBS is coming!!!
6:00 8:30 PM
Click here for a 2015 Vacation Bible School Registration form. We are using Liguori Publications SonSpark Labs theme this year.

Altar Servers needed!  Did you know that being a server at Mass, an Acolyte, is a minor order of the Church? It is one of the finest ways a boy or girl can actively participate in the Mass, our highest form of worship. If you have received your First Holy Communion, please consider this opportunity to serve our Lord in the Mass. Please have your parent(s) contact Father John.

Empty Pockets is the process by which an usher will stand at the doors of the church with a basket to collect loose change from parishioners at the end of Mass. The money collected is to support ministry in our sister diocese of Haiti. Checks are to be made out to St James ONLY.