Welcome to the
Celtic Society of St. James

Maintaining Membership in

Province of The South Central - USA of

The Episcopal (Anglican) Free Communion

Celtic Teachings Through The Ages

The Celtic Society of St. James is a place where like-minded folks discover the roots of their Irish Celtic history and ancient Christianity by exploring what early Celts believed, including aspects of the "old" ways, as well as how they practiced their ancient faith and developed a spirituality that has caught the attention of modern Christianity. You are more than welcome to join us in this journey to find the roots of the Irish Celtic Faith. The Celtic Faith before the Celts was forced by the Romans to accept the Supremacy of Rome.


The Society of St. James is composed of like-minded people sharing a common heritage and culture. The Celtic Society of St. James is not a  traditional church, but rather a society of like-minded individuals from all faith traditions seeking to find our Irish Celtic roots, ancient beliefs, and spiritual connection to that history and tradition within the context of our faith communities (churches) without forming a new church. We have two Abbots (traditional Celtic monastic bishops), who shall act as teaching elders within the Society. Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction remains with our Communion Partners and the several churches who participate in this Society. Apostolic Authority remains with our Communion Partners and the several churches who participate in this Society.

Celtic high cross in Ireland

The only request the Society of St. James makes is that you acknowledge the three historic Creeds of the Universal Church: The Apostles Creed, The Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed. If you come from an Anglican tradition there are Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion in some form that we seek as a foundation of faith, as well. We affirm the Baptis...


One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church

To all the faithful in Christ Jesus, with Devotion to His Most Holy Mother,

Mary, throughout the World, in the Celtic Anglican Tradition.

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