St. David's Episcopal Church

Mission: To serve all God's children with the love, strength and wisdom of our Lord Jesus Christ


Welcome to St. David’s and welcome to our website! Take a look around — everything here is designed to give you an idea of who we are.

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. 

We have a busy church school and programs where adults share and broaden their knowledge of religion, spirituality, and the Episcopal Church.


COVID-19 Update

Out of love for our vulnerable neighbors, and to halt the spread of COVID-19, all worship services and in-person gatherings are suspended until further notice.  Our online service offering is described under ‘Watch Services Online’.  To be alerted about online services and other opportunities to gather, subscribe to ‘News Leek’, our weekly email, which you can do at the bottom of the Home Page.


Watch Services Online

Service of Holy Communion via Facebook Live every Sunday morning at 9:30 with virtual coffee hour to follow. To view Sunday services, click this link. You do not have to have a Facebook page to view the services.

Select the link below for the September 13, 2020 service.


Budget Box

Budget Box is a consignment shop on Route 1 South in Kennebunk. For more information, go to Ministries/Budget Box.

Adult Christian Formation

We invite you to participate in one of our Christian Formation offerings.  For more information, go to Spirituality/Adult Christian Formation


St. David’s has a robust Outreach program.  For more information, go to Ministries/Outreach

Online Giving

Donate online here:

Donations may be made by Credit/Debit card or ACH Bank Transfers. Your donation supports the following programs:

  • Building Fund
  • HAOC (Hands Across Our Community)
  • General Gift
  • Outreach

You may also give by texting 207-222-7781.

St. David's Episcopal Church - Kennebunk, Maine | A member of The Episcopal Diocese of Maine, The Episcopal Church, and the Worldwide Anglican Communion