Bozeman's Stone Church with a warm heart

Bozeman Episcopalians began worshipping together in 1868 under the loving care of Bishop Daniel Tuttle.  Our first parish church was built in 1876 and named Saint James, after a sponsoring parish in Philadelphia by the same name.  Our current structure was built in 1890 and is on The National Historic Register.

Over the years our clergy, gifted staff, and lay ministers have become recognized leaders in the city of Bozeman, the Gallatin Valley and the Diocese of Montana. We invite you to join in worship, and to activly support our community through our ministries.

Bozeman is central to much of Montana's tourism, with Yellowstone National Park, the Bridger Range, Big Sky Resort and world-class fly fishing nearby.  If you are traveling we hope you'll stop by and visit us.