St. John St. James Episcopal Church is a welcoming church community, with a rich tradition of worship and prayer, with the Gospel read in English, French and Spanish, reflecting the language traditions of our members. Join us for Sunday morning worship at 10:15 am. Expect to be welcomed for worship, music, and good fellowship. We are currently meeting in the small chapel at the Church of St. Augustine & St. Martin, at 31 Lenox Street, Boston, MA 02118.
St. John St. James was created in the 1960s as a merger of two congregations, St. Johnís and St. James. The newly created church moved into 149 Roxbury Street and found a role in serving the Roxbury neighborhood through a variety of ministries and served as a home for seminary students and community activists who were drawn to its ministry. St. John St. James is a diverse church community, with members whose roots are from Barbados, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Trinidad, Canada and the United States.
Visit the ARTICLES page for articles about the church's heritage and about current events, including the 2019-2020 community ministry study group series.
St. John St. James is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, the Boston Harbor Deanery, and a member of the Roxbury-Dorchester Mission Hub:
Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts: https://diomass.org