From our Priest
"As a welcoming and multigenerational congregation, we offer opportunities for spiritual transformation and a sense of community for all ages. So wherever you come from and wherever you find yourself, there’s a place for you here, and I look forward to meeting you personally when you visit."
WHAT TO EXPECT
As Anglicans, our worship follows the forms of the Book of Common Prayer. That can be both a comforting and intimidating thing for newcomers. Sometimes we stand. Other times we kneel. There are places in the liturgy where many cross themselves, and other times where the people offer spoken and sung responses. We provide bulletins for each Mass that include everything you need to know to fully participate with us. But the most important thing to know is that there is no wrong way to worship with us.
All Christians baptized in the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, who come in faith and are allowed to receive Holy Communion in their own church, are welcome to do so at St. David's. If you are not baptized or do not wish to receive Communion, you are welcome to come forward to receive a blessing from the priest.
Childcare is available during our morning services for children ages 6 months to five years. Children ages 4 to 8 are invited to their own 'Rite K Service' during the sermon and return at the offertory. Otherwise children are welcome to remain with their parents through the whole service. Activity bags (including coloring books, art pads, and crayons) are also available for children to use during the service.
During your visit, be sure to fill out a communication card and drop it in the offertory plate so that we may connect with you and answer any questions you may have about St. David’s.