St. James is an Episcopal Church, the American branch of the Anglican Communion, and a member of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe. We rejoice in a diverse and international parish family, and serve Italian and English speakers from many denominations, backgrounds and cultures.

All people are welcome, and everyone may participate fully in our celebration of the Holy Eucharist by receiving Holy Communion.


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Morning Prayers Sunday 23 October 2016

The Rector and two delegates from St.James Church, Gail Cocke and Shannon Hanna, are attending the Annual Convocation Convention in Munich, Germany. Many thanks to Nevin Brown, Officiant at Morning Prayer this Sunday 23 October.

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Sunday 25 September

Mark your calendars for ‘Kick Off’ Sunday September 25. The Fall term of Parish activities will begin with a Cook Out of hamburgers and hot dogs and all the trimmings at a free Parish lunch after the 11am Eucharist. Also there will be a Ministry Fair for volunteers to sign up for our various organizations [...]

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The Bishop’s Visit September 4 2016

The Bishop’s Visit September 4. Our Bishop, The Rt. Rev Pierre W. Whalon, Bishop of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, will make his annual Visitation to St. James Church on September 4 2016. Confirmation:If you have not been confirmed, you might consider it. In the Book of Common Prayer (page 860) in the [...]

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Outreach 2016

Outreach 2016   We need your suggestions for local outreach donations to be made in 2016. There are so many wonderful organizations in the Province of Florence, run primarily by volunteers, which actively help the community. This is an opportunity for St. James to help them in their work. The deadline for submissions is September 30. [...]

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Collection of UT.O. boxes

United Thank Offering Boxes Today and next Sunday will be the Ingathering of the U.T.O blue boxes. You may place them in the offering plate during the Eucharist or bring them to the Parish Office.  

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