Saint James' Episcopal Church
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Saint James' Church was founded in 1762. The original building was on South Street and was spared during the Revolutionary War. In 1844, Saint James' Church erected its current building on West Street. The congregation encourages and welcomes newcomers, believing that "Christ's message was one of inclusiveness." Its mission is to "meet the spiritual needs of the 21st century, drawing on the strengths of our Episcopal tradition," and it does so through education, community outreach and worship.
25 West St, Danbury, CT 06810
- Hours: By appointment
- Hours: Sunday worship: 8 and 10 am in the Church; Wednesday worship, 7:30am in the Chapel; Saturday worship, 5pm in the Chapel. The Chapel open daily, call for hours.