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St. James Episcopal Church

All Are Invited to the Lord's Table


612 Davis St
(7th & Davis Streets)
Taylor, TX 76574
Last Updated: December 7, 2017


About St. James Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church celebrates diversity in all aspects of life.  All people are welcome in our church and at the Lord's table. We worship together, study and ask questions as we move more deeply into the mystery of God.

St. James’ was established in Taylor in 1893 and we worship in the historic church built in 1896.  We honor tradition and strive to live by the example of Jesus Christ, welcoming the stranger and the outcast, helping our neighbors and offering love and forgiveness. We want our communities to be better because the Episcopal Church is here. 

We are known for our engaging and beautiful worship services. For those who have grown up Roman Catholic, the service, known as the Mass, Eucharist or Holy Communion, will be very familiar. For those of reformed tradition or no religious tradition at all, you will find a spiritual home in a church that respects its tradition and maintains its sense of awe and wonder at the power and mystery of God. Some services are more contemporary, some more traditional but all follow the same form found in the Book of Common Prayer.

There are no prerequisites in the Episcopal Church … Everyone is welcome to participate in our sacramental life which includes weekly Mass as well as Baptism, First Communion and Confirmation. 

Sunday Services:  8:30am Morning Prayer and 10:00am Holy Eucharist

Breakfast at 9:00am and Children’s Sunday School and Adult Fellowship at 11:15am


We are on the corner of Seventh and Davis Streets in Taylor.  Check us out. You will be happy you did.



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