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Welcome to our church - we invite you to look around and get a feel for our church. Feel free to share any comments or questions that might be on your mind through our online contact form. If you're not currently a member of our church - we'd like to take this opportunity to invite you to one of our weekly services. And of course, feel free to reach out and call one of our our Clergy or Mission Council.

We hope you and your family will have a warm and spirit-filled experience with us as we worship and fellowship together at our services, events, and ministries.

We'd also like to invite you to make an online prayer request. Your prayer request opens the door, and God is waiting patiently on the other side of that door, at all times, in all situations, to join with you. 

Many blessings to you,

The Rev. David W.  Yancy

What's Happening

  • Welcome to St. James' New Website Welcome to our church - we invite you to our church website. Feel free to share any comments or questions that might be on your mind through our online contact form ...
    Posted May 15, 2015, 10:41 AM by Deborah Buma
  • Service and Meeting Schedules Now Available St. James has many church and community events going on through the week.  Please use our new website to stay abreast of upcoming services and meetings.  You can find a ...
    Posted May 15, 2015, 10:47 AM by Deborah Buma
  • St. James' Ministries now on the website Please visit our St. James' Ministries page, now located at Ministries, and find a place where you can serve or be served in our community.  We look forward to seeing ...
    Posted May 15, 2015, 10:53 AM by Deborah Buma
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St. James is an historic member of the Dickson County community.  

Founded in Cumberland Furnace by Mary Florence Kirkman Drouillard, granddaughter of Anthony Van Leer, the church has continued services since 1878. 

As the growth in the county moved to the city of Dickson, the church relocated to Dickson.  

The original St. James, now known as Calvary Episcopal Church, Cumberland Furnace, is listed on the National Registry of Historical sites and continues services as well. 

Recently, St. James relocated and refurbished a space at 205 Church Street in Dickson.  

All are welcome to attend our traditional Episcopal services.