We celebrate God’s love for and unity with us through prayer and worship and by being Christ for one another.
DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, WE OFFER ONE IN-PERSON SUNDAY SERVICE EACH WEEK AT 9:30 AM FOLLOWED BY A VIRTUAL COFFEE HOUR. YOU MUST SIGN UP TO ATTEND (see below).
- If your health is compromised due to age or medical conditions, please consider staying home.
We are not imposing an age limit, but please trust your judgement.
- If you are not feeling well, especially if you’re displaying symptoms of COVID-19, please stay
home and call your doctor.
- Attendance will be limited to 20 people total. If you’re planning to attend, please sign up
via the link below. At this time, we are only taking online reservations.
- Masks or face coverings will be required. The officiant and readers will be unmasked while
speaking and will be more than 6 feet away from other people while doing so.
- Please maintain physical distancing from others throughout.
TO SIGN UP TO ATTEND SERVICES, CLICK HERE
The restroom in the Great Hall will be available for one person at a time to use.
THE 4TH SUNDAY OF THE MONTH IS A DIOCESAN-WIDE SERVICE AT 9:30 AM, STREAMED FROM CHURCHES AROUND THE STATE.
We currently offer a Wednesday 9:00 am Healing Service via “Zoom” and includes (Spiritual) Holy Communion with prayers for healing, followed by an informal Bible Study. Click here to attend.
Under ordinary circumstances, we offer three different worship options designed to meet various needs:
- The Sunday 8:00 am Service uses the traditional language of Rite One from the Book of Common Prayer as its liturgy. This service includes a sermon and Holy Communion with an Opening Hymn and no choir.
- The Sunday 10:30 am Service uses the modern language of Rite Two and other contemporary liturgies. This service includes a sermon and Holy Communion and the choir enhances the worship at this service. Child Care (for ages 3 and under) and Sunday School (for ages 3-15) are available. During the summer months, this service takes place at 9:30 am, and there are hymns, but there is no choir or Sunday School.
- The Wednesday 9:00 am Healing Service offers Holy Communion with prayers for healing, followed by an informal Bible Study in the Great Hall.
You are invited to be comfortable and “come as you are” to worship with us; there is no formal dress code at St. David’s.
For those who are not able to come to church, St. David’s provides Eucharistic Visitors, a dedicated group of people who take communion wafers and wine that has been blessed to those in need. They undergo training for this ministry to conduct a brief service in the home of the parishioner. Deacon Gail Chandler coordinates the Eucharistic Visitors schedule and can be reached at email@example.com.