The Reverend Elizabeth Felicetti, Rector The Reverend Bill Jones, Deacon
Longest Night service, December 21, 7 PM. Not feeling merry this season? Join us for a quiet service on the traditional longest night of the year. Designed for those who are grieving during the holidays.
Christmas Eve services: December 24, 6 PM with pageant, 10 PM with incense. Both services have Silent Night by candlelight towards the end.
December 24 Morning Services: We will only have two Sunday morning services on December 24, at 7:45 and 10. Both will observe the Fourth Sunday in Advent.
Christmas Lessons and Carols, December 31 at 10:00 AM. Our two later morning services will combine on New Year's eve for one service of Lessons and Carols at 10:00 AM. The 7:45 will meet as usual. Neither service will have communion.
Epiphany Uke-charist Service at St. Michael's Bon Air. On January 6th, the Feast of the Epiphany, we will join St. Michael's for a ukulele-based worship experience at 4 PM. St. Michael's is located at 8706 Quaker Ln.
Welcome to St. David’s! As a Christian community we are called to reach out with joy and acceptance in worship and ministry, inviting all to experience and share God's gifts and abundant love as we grow in Christ. We live out this call through three services on Sunday morning, through outreach ministries, active Christian formation programs, and family-friendly fellowship opportunities .
We invite you to visit any Sunday. Our 7:45 a.m. service is a small quiet service of Holy Eucharist, ideal for those looking for an intimate, contemplative service. We gather inside the sanctuary around the altar for communion, and on the first Sunday of the month we celebrate Rite I. Our other two services observe Holy Eucharist Rite II, with a contemporary band at the 9:00 a.m. service, including guitar, harmonica and violin; and with traditional hymnody accompanied by piano at the 11:15. During both of the later services, children are invited forward for a front row “seat” for the Service of the Word, sitting together on a red carpet. The clergy present a children’s sermon, and then our Director of Child and Youth Formation sits with them to help them following along with the readings, sermons and prayers using the “Junior Sunday papers.” Bags with quiet toys are also available for children, as well as a staffed nursery during both the 9:00 and 11:15 services.
Whatever service best suits your style of worship, please join us. You will find a warm, welcoming community excited to greet you.
St. David’s Episcopal Church strives to provide services in a manner that is wheelchair accessible to all members and visitors, respecting the dignity and independence of people with disabilities.