Worship Times

Sundays in the Church
8:00 a.m. - Holy Eucharist

10:00 a.m. - Holy Eucharist
with Choir and Church School.

Coffee, tea and refreshments are
served in Centennial Hall (lower level)
after both services.

Staffed Nursery (Chester Street entrance)
opens at 9:15 a.m.

Wednesdays in the Chapel
7:00 a.m. - Holy Eucharist 

Contact Information

St. James Episcopal Church
355 West Maple Road
Birmingham, MI 48009

Church Office Hours: M-F; 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For pastoral emergencies, contact Fr. Chris at 248.631.4704

Phone: 248-644-0820
Fax: 248-644-4405
churchoffice@stjamesbirmingham.org

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        Pastoral Care

Supporting the work of clergy and staff are volunteers who provide encouragement and friendship to St. James parishioners. They enhance parish life through a number of activities. Members of the parish family wishing to be involved with any of the groups may call the church office at 248-644-0820, ext. 0.

Visits to Parishioners in Hospital

Hospital visits by our clergy can be arranged by contacting the church office to let them know about any parishioner who is entering the hospital. 

At their request, parishioners may receive the Holy Eucharist at home. We have been blessed with several Eucharistic visitors trained to bring Communion to parishioners' homes. Please contact the church office to arrange a home visit.

Keeping in Touch

The Keeping in Touch group maintains contact with parish members who may be unable to attend services and participate in other church activities due to illness, disability or personal loss. Welcome notes to new parishioners, congratulatory messages for births and baptisms, taking members to medical appointments are activities supported by Keeping in Touch volunteers.

Support Groups

Support groups provide comfort and cheer to parishioners who have lost members of their family.

• One group works with those who have lost a spouse. They meet as needed and from time to time plan periodic small group outings.

• A group of St. James women who have lost children or grandchildren meet regularly in another support group. This is a special group of parishioners who have a unique fellowship.

Parish Prayer Cycle

The Parish Prayer Cycle names six families or individuals each week. Each named person or family receives a postcard notifying them of the Sunday that their names will be read during the Prayers of the People.

Memorial Receptions

Memorial and funeral receptions at St. James, when requested, are planned and provided by a group of caring volunteers. 

ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
355 West Maple Road, Birmingham, MI 48009
WHERE TO PARK

It’s easy and convenient to park for Sunday services. Parking is free on Sundays at City of Birmingham parking decks and metered spaces. The Chester Street parking deck is located just across the street from St. James on the west side of the building. Street parking can be made on Maple, Chester and Martin streets - all adjacent to St. James. The handicapped entrance to St. James is located on Martin Street, the street south of the building. Handicapped parking is available under the overhang at the St. James Martin Street entrance. The Chester Street parking deck has handicapped spaces located next to the elevators.

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