And welcome to our website! Take a look around and browse through. Everything in this site is designed to give you an idea of who we are.
Please come and join us as we journey toward becoming the Body of Christ. We would be enriched by your presence with us. No matter who you are, where you come from, what your religious background is, or even if you have no religious heritage – come and bless us with your presence.
The Season of Lent
Join us Tuesday, February 13 at 5:30 PM for our annual Shrove Tuesday pancake supper and talent show.
Ash Wednesday Services this year are at 7AM, 12 Noon, and 7 PM. All services will include the Imposition of Ashes. The evening service will include music and choir. All are welcome.
Lenten Series: Voices of the Passion
This Lent, get to know the people in the story of Jesus’ arrest, trial, and death. On Sundays, we’ll gather at 9:30 in the Great Hall to explore different characters who touched Jesus on his way to the Cross. (Childcare will be available) Then, on Tuesday evenings, we’ll gather for an informal, interactive Eucharist at 6 PM in the sanctuary to tell their stories and reflect on what it means for us to follow Jesus.
Feb. 18/20: Peter
Feb. 25/27: Mary Magdalene
March 4/6: Pontius Pilate
March 11/13: Judas
March 20: Barabbas (No program March 18)
March 25/27: The Crowd
Worship Services at Saint David’s
8:00 AM – Holy Communion with traditional language
10:30 AM – Holy Communion with contemporary language (BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 10th, currently at 9:30 AM)
Sunday School begins at 10:15 AM (SEPTEMBER 10th)
Nursery Care available for infants and toddlers at the 10:30 service (currently at 9:30 AM)
9:00 AM – Healing Service with Holy Communion
9:30 AM – Informal Bible Study
2 Bragdon Lane, Suite 2
Kennebunk, ME 04043
The budget box is a consignment shop located conveniently on Route 1 South in Kennebunk.
At Saint David’s, we believe that spiritual growth and development is just as important as confirmation and Sunday school is to young people. Most of life’s stretching spiritual questions occur to people after they’ve learned the “ABCs” of religion and start to live and grow into an ever-deepening spirituality.
As of mid-November, we have provided 15,820 pounds of food to the local food pantry. This time of year the demand for food only increases as families struggle with increased heating costs. Let’s see how many pounds we can provide by Christmas!