St. David's Episcopal Church

Worship

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Sunday
8 am

Holy Eucharist Rite I (Traditional language)

We gather in the St. David’s Chapel for this spoken service. The language is Elizabethan and formal, yet you’ll find a warm and welcoming community of people. The worship is both ancient and modern, linking us to our Anglican heritage (some prayers date from 1552!) yet speaking afresh to us today.


Sunday
9:30 am

Holy Eucharist Rite II (Contemporary Language)

We gather in the main church for this service. During the school year, our choir(s) provide vocal leadership for the congregation; the music is provided by organ, piano, and/or bells. We believe that Christ is made present in the Sacrament of bread and wine; we welcome all who wish to encounter the Risen Christ to receive the Sacrament.We gather in the main church for this service. During the school year, our choir(s) provide vocal leadership for the congregation; the music is provided by organ, piano, and/or bells. We believe that Christ is made present in the Sacrament of bread and wine; we welcome all who wish to encounter the Risen Christ to receive the Sacrament.


Friday
9 am

 

Second Sundays
5 pm

Healing Service with Eucharist

Christ’s ministry of healing and reconciliation plays a prominent role in the gospels; as His followers, we strive to extend that ministry in his name. During this spoken service of Holy Eucharist, worshipers are invited to receive anointing and laying on of hands.


Taizé Prayer and Evening Prayer

This half-hour service features music (predominantly from the Taize community), prayer, Scripture, silence, and candlelight.