Looking for a church to call "home?" There is a place for you here at St. James!
St. James Presbyterian Church is located at the corner of West Belleview Avenue and South Lowell Boulevard in southwest Littleton. There is plenty of parking for visitors—we have even reserved a place for you!
We know that visiting a new church can sometimes be a bit intimidating so we want to be honest from the start. We do believe in God. Not only do we believe in God, we believe that He loves you. At St. James, we’re a community of ordinary people from all over the greater Denver area, sharing together in something extraordinary. We are imperfect people following Jesus who transforms lives, marriages, families and our world. When it comes down to it, we’re a community that is dynamic and refreshingly real. To us, relationships matter. We value the past, but don’t exist to preserve it. Instead, we build on it to discover the new ways that God is at work in the world.
Settling into a church as “home” is nothing to rush into. And yet, if a community of believers holds the possibility of growing your faith and hope for living, then looking for such a place is nothing to put off. Come visit us!
What to Expect
Sunday Morning Gatherings
Please join us this weekend at one of our two services listed below, with discipleship hour in between. We tend to dress casually, although a few folks like to dress up. All are welcome; our church is ADA accessible.
9:00 am | Worship Service | Main Sanctuary
This service combines both traditional and contemporary elements in music and liturgy in a way in which all generations feel free to worship together in joy. This service also includes times of prayer, scripture readings, sermon, and monthly celebration of communion. The music offerings include our choirs, worship band, piano, organ, and handbells.
Coming Soon | Discipleship Hour | Various Church Classrooms
These classes have an emphasis on spiritual growth that helps Christians of all ages think, act and be more like Jesus through a selection of different book studies in small groups.
We love having children in worship and we want parents to feel comfortable while they worship with their children. In fact, we consider children to be such valuable participants in our worship services that we designed a “prayground” in our sanctuary to keep them engaged while parents can simultaneously enjoy the service worry-free. Alternatively, after the children’s sermon portion of our early service (about 15 minutes in), kids are invited to attend “Kingdom Kids” (Sunday School) downstairs with the teachers, until they are returned to the sanctuary toward the end of the service. We also provide nursery coverage during the services for children under three, and childcare during discipleship hour. We have strong ministries for middle school and senior high students, as well.