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St. James Mission Statement:
We at St. James Parish believe that we are Christ's own, and that our reason for existence is to follow his commandments to love God and to love our neighbor as ourselves.
​203 E. Glendale St. 
  P.O. Box 1374  
Dillon, MT 59725  
406-683-2735  (Cell) 406-925-3290  
Welcome! Our parish website exists to meet the needs of those whom God calls here, to help members in times of hardship and to meet the inquirer. We worship together as a community of believers. We honor one another’s values and beliefs. We nurture the faith of our members in a variety of ways; in worship services, with youth and adult education programs and in our work with the Beaverhead Community Wood Bank Ministry. We strive to live the Great Commission given by Jesus, and take seriously His command to love one another. We understand we are the hands and feet of Christ in the world. 

We do hope if you are just visiting online that you will introduce yourself via our 'contact us' tab; and if you are in Dillon--please stop by and meet us in person. If you are looking for a church home we hope you will join us for worship.

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Bible Study Wednesday's 9:30 am
Mother Sue's.
​Nursery Available
Nursery Care available during the Sunday morning worship service. 
Join us Sunday's from 4-6 for soup and discussion on "The Power of Myth" with Bill Moyers and Joseph Campbell. In the Guild Hall
Sunday mornings 10:00 am Holy Eucharist
December 17, 2017

Advent Schedule
2nd Sunday of Advent, December 10, 2017    
                10:00 am  Holy Eucharist

3rd Sunday of Advent, December 17, 2017
                10:00 am Holy Eucharist with
                    Memorial Tree & Blue Christmas

4th Sunday of Advent, December 24, 2017
                10:00 am    Advent Festival of Lessons & Carols

Christmas Eve, December 24, 2017
                7:15             Hymn Sing (join us for carols)
                7:30            Candlelight Festival Eucharist