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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  
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About St. James Episcopal Church
St. James Episcopal Church has been serving God's people of Dillon and Beaverhead County since 1882. St. James began during the days of the Wild West, it became a sanctuary for the men, women and children of the area. St. James  continues to serve those who are in need through the Wood Bank ministry, working with the Food Bank, and other ministries. Below you will find a pictorial history of St. James. We hope you will enjoy it as much as we do.
Interested in learning more?
Pictures of St. James from early years to more recent times

The writing on the back of the picture of the church.
Another picture of the church in its early years.
In this early photo the walls are light colored with crosses on them and notice the words above the Altar.
Christmas 1887 at St. James
Bishop Tuttle
More of Bishop Tuttle
Rev. Hooker and his wife, the first Rector of St. James
Mrs. Hooker
This tells about Mrs. Hooker
Pictures of the first Bishop & Rector
The early people of St. James
As the years go by...