Welcome one and all. We are pleased to announce that the Chapel of St. James the Fisherman will be open for Sunday worship at 9:30 a.m. from June 27 through September 5. We will also gather for patio conversation at 8:30 a.m. Obviously, given COVID safety precautions, things will be different from past seasons. However, we look forward to greeting members and old friends, welcoming seekers and sojourners, and hearing from some wonderful guest preachers. The grounds will be open for prayer and meditation throughout the week. More details about our ever-changing and still-in-process summer plans are available in our 2021 Spring newsletter here and our soon-to-be revamped website.
New! Donating to the Chapel online is now available. Please click on the Donation button below to access the donation page. Thank you!
When we are again open, tourists, visitors and residents of The Outer Cape will gather each week at the Chapel of St. James the Fisherman for meaningful worship, excellent music, dynamic preaching and real-life spiritual conversations in a beautiful hilltop setting. Progressive, inclusive and fun-loving, this Episcopal congregation donates half of its annual income to local organizations serving residents in need. The Chapel is family-friendly and handicapped accessible.
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The Chapel is located on the west side of Route 6 on the hill
just south of the Post Office and WHAT Theatre Company.
Park behind Post Office. At Episcopal flag a path leads up hill to the Chapel.
Limited parking is available at the Chapel for those not wishing to make the climb.
Chapel is handicapped accessible.
Children are welcome at our services and to wander in and out our open doors.