Welcome to St. James’!

Our labyrinth

Our labyrinth

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper, Feb. 28.  Info & Sign-up.

Ash Wednesday Services
March 1, 7am, 12 noon, 7pm.



St. James’ has been part of the Fremont community since 1867.  We are a diverse community of friends and neighbors, old and young, long-term members and newcomers. Our present and future is based on our own efforts to work together for our neighbors, welcoming and accepting all people. Many of us have come to St. James’ as tourists or nomads and by welcoming St. James’ into our hearts, are now pilgrims, sharing our gifts and talents to make the love of God and Jesus Christ known to any seeking them. Our 10:30 service is projected onto a screen to assist those who are deaf or hearing impaired.

St. James’ offers many opportunities for self-renewal, reflection, fellowship, and service to others.  If you are interested in knowing 2016-StJ-day12more about any of our ministries or programs please contact the church office.


We invite you to join us in whatever degree or capacity you able: we are an inclusive, multi-cultural congregation that welcomes all seekers and people of good will.  

St. James’ is a parish in the Diocese of California, part of the Episcopal Church, USA and a member of the Anglican Communion.

Our Latest News

Visit our Blog for up-to-date stories from St. James’, including these most recent posts:

  • Sermon for February 26 2017 - Gospel: Matthew 17:1-9. Sermon by Rev Ken Parris.
  • Why Offer Healing? - Why do we and many Episcopal churches offer prayer for healing at a special time and place in our services? Many of you may have wondered this. Isn’t the whole service one of prayer and interaction with God and God’s word to us? Yes, that is true. But having a healing station emphasizes the sacrament
  • Lent: Preparing for Renewal - The season of Lent is upon us. We may think of Lent as a somewhat dreary six weeks; plain, cheerless, and full of references to our sinfulness. While is it true that it is a penitential time, its purpose is not to make us feel bad about ourselves, but to prepare spiritually for the joyful