Worshipping and praising God is the central activity of the St. David’s community. While we glory in the ancient liturgical and musical traditions of the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion, we also work to understand the myriad ways in which Our Savior is known and worshipped throughout the world. Our worship is always interesting, often beautiful, frequently moving, and always warm and embracing.
As is true for much of the Episcopal Church, one of the most important aspects of our congregational worship is the Holy Eucharist. Celebrated three times a week, the Eucharist / Sacrament of Holy Communion is the center of our life together. All are welcome to participate as fully as they feel moved.
We strive to make our worship as welcoming and as friendly as possible. If you are unfamiliar with our tradition, the bulletin will help guide you through the liturgy. It makes reference to the Hymnal and Book of Common Prayer (BCP), which are in the pew racks. You will see directions in the bulletin about sitting and standing. Also, you might see members of the congregation kneeling, bowing, or making the sign of the cross during the liturgy. None of those actions are "requirements" and we invite you to participate in any way that feels authentic to you.