All Are Welcome
In this time of transition (begins July 2017) only one service is offered at 9:30 am with visiting priests or morning prayer.
Visitors are warmly welcomed to attend our Sunday worship services. There are two Sunday morning services offered from September until June; an 8:00 AM quiet morning prayer service with Eucharist and a 10:15 AM Eucharist Service with choir.
Children are welcome although no Church School is currently offered on Sundays. Please ask the greeter for a ‘Rainbow bag’ with puzzles and Bible-based coloring pages
Coffee hour fellowship follows in the parish hall September until June.
Iced Tea and lemonade is offered on the patio June-September.
On (most) Thursdays at 9:30 am, all are welcome to a service of Holy Eucharist with Healing Prayers is held in the Chapel (come to parish office entrance). Readings are taken from Holy Women, Holy Men, a resource produced for and by the Episcopal Church which celebrates the lives and work of saints, martyrs and prophetic witnesses from the first days of Christianity up to the present day.
During this transition period, a Healing Prayers service continues to be held with no Eucharist, led by parishioners.
On the first Sundays of the month, healing prayers are offered after Communion by healing ministers.
All who seek God and are drawn to Christ are welcome to receive Holy Communion. We all experience the risen Christ as a real presence in various ways by receiving Communion or a blessing. This is important to each individual and we cherish this presence which we are to carry out and proclaim to the world.
St. David’s practices the theology of the “open table” since that is what our Lord witnessed to in welcoming everyone all the time. This includes children at the discretion of their parents or guardians. There are no outcasts.
If you are unable to come forward for Communion, please indicate this to one of the greeters and Communion will be brought to you.