We celebrate God’s love for and unity with us through prayer and worship and by being Christ for one another.
Each week we have three different worship offerings 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. Usually around 30 people attend this service and its style is more formal and appealing to those who wish a traditional worship experience.
- The Sunday 10:30 am Service uses the modern language of Rite Two and other contemporary liturgies. Attendance is usually around 100. During the school year, our wonderful choir enhances the worship at this service, and child-care (for children 3 and under) and Sunday school for ages 3-15 are available. During the summer months, this service takes place at 9:30 am with hymns but no choir or Sunday school.
- The Wednesday 9:00 am Healing Service is one that offers Holy Communion with prayers for healing, followed by an informal Bible Study at 9:30 in the Great Hall.
Sunday services include a sermon and are celebrations of Holy Communion to which all people are invited and encouraged to receive the Sacrament. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.