Saint David’s Episcopal Church is known for the beauty of its liturgy, excellent music and laid back nature. We offer two different worship services each week.
9:30 a.m. Sunday
The Saint David’s community gathers for worship at 9:30 a.m. every Sunday to sing, listen to readings from the Bible, hear a sermon, pray, offer the blessing of God’s Peace to one another, and celebrate the Lord’s Supper with wine and home-baked bread. Believers, seekers, and questioners all are welcome in our congregation. Children are always welcome to bring quiet toys and books into worship.
5:00 p.m. Wednesday (7:00 p.m. during Advent)
During Wednesday evenings we have a mix of different services. Mostly we have Compline. Sometimes we will celebrate Evening Prayer, Holy Eucharist, or a Celtic candlelight service. Most of the time in this relaxed service we like to be in dialogue about the Bible passages and how they reach into our lives.
One of our members shares her experience:
“Worship at St David’s, for me, is grounded in tradition, but spreads its wings in the work of the parishioners. One of the symbols of the Episcopal Church is the Eagle. Many of the parishioners give of their time and treasure to benefit the community at large.
I also love the power of the “silence” in our worship, it happens after our “Prayers for the People.” We offer our intentions for ourselves and others but the silence of those who are praying their intentions in their own way is a powerful time.
Music is a very important part of our worship. The music of familiar hymns resonates with us in our worship. The prelude and postludes give us a chance to fully center ourselves in our worship. Our choir is small but mighty and we are many times very moved by their gift of music to us.”