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ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH

Midvale, Utah

 

Aerial photo of St. James by Jacob Boomsma

Several photos on the website were taken pre-pandemic.

Mask wearing is still happening at church services and during any building use.

 

Our Common Values

We respect, celebrate, and embrace the dignity of every human being, in all their diversity, striving for justice and peace.

We seek to follow Christ's command to love our neighbors as ourselves by ministering, in word and deed, to the world around us.

We encourage intellectual freedom in our understanding of scripture and tradition.

We acknowledge God's goodness in ourselves, in each other, and in the world. We actively seek forgiveness and reconciliation with God and with each other.

We strive to create inspiring worship, thoughtful Christian formation, and intentional hospitality, connecting us to God and to each other.

We recognize Christ in each and every person.

We welcome all people looking for healing, love, forgiveness, and acceptance, and seeking to find or recover a spiritual home in Christian community; we include families, children, young people, older people, couples, singles, and LGBTQ+ persons of any ethnicity, ability, or spiritual perspective.

 
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ABOUT ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH

St. James Episcopal Church is a parish that not only serves our Episcopalian community, but regularly provides a safe environment for a variety of group of any or no specific faith denomination. St. James is a partner agency with The Utah Food Bank.  Additionally, St. James hosts fundraisers for charities throughout Utah--combatting homelessness, human trafficking, food insecurity, and impacting education in local schools through our outreach.

 
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Holy Eucharist

Sundays in the Sanctuary

8 am--Contemplative Service

10 am--Music

 
 

CONTACT US

7486 S. Union Park Ave.
Midvale, Utah 84047

801.566.1311

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St. James Episcopal Church, Midvale, Utah, occupies and operates upon the ancestral and traditional lands of the Northwestern Shoshone, Goshute, and Ute Tribes.