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Everything Traditional: Belief, Values & Worship - Unchanging Faith in the ever changing world - serving Kansas City since 1978. Holy Mass, Children's Sunday School, Come Join As Family & Grow in Faith!

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  • Sun: 9:30am MORNING PRAYER/SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN, 10:00am HOLY MASS
  • Wed: 6:30pm Holy Mass followed by Bible Study for adults and youth
  • Sat:9:00am Sacrament of Confession by appointment.
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  • About St. James

      The quintessential reason for St. James' existence in Kansas City and elsewhere as our member church,is its fidelity in upholding the historic Catholic Faith, Apostolic Order, Orthodox Liturgical Worship, and Evangelical Witness of the traditional Anglican Church. In keeping with the Anglican Tradition, this is our motto to practice and uphold the same as the early Christians did, 'As The Lord Taught; As The Apostles Proclaimed; As the Fathers Preserved!' Anyone who seeks this type of traditional Anglican church, St. James is here for them."

      The Apostle James was commisioned by God to bring the Good News of Christ to a broken world. He accomplished this through his life and martyrdom. St. James Anglican Church shares in this Great Commission and witnessing that is backed by two millennia of church history and apostolic tradition of preserving the 'faith once delivered unto the saints'.

      We extend a hearty welcome to come and be a part of the St. James Church family: Biblical, Sacramental and Apostolic - As the Lord taught, As the apostles preached, As the Fathers preseved. Join us at St. James, where we grow spriritually in this great Anglican Tradition. We are a God-centered, family focused church faithful to His word in this age and time serving Him until His Second Coming.

      The 1928 Book of Common Prayer and Anglican Missal are the liturgical standard in worship at St. James.

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