St. James Episcopal Church was built in 1868 by famed architect William Lloyd in the Gothic Revival style. In 1899, the Parish House was added behind the church. The property was designated by the City of Milwaukee’s Historic Preservation Committee as “historically significant,” earning its place on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. St. James is one of the oldest stone structures in Milwaukee. Today, we offer this piece of local history, lovingly reinvented for the modern event experience.