Read November 27th newsletter.

Tues, December 1st, 7pm – Bible Study this week on Zoom.

Return to Virtual Worship:

As the infection rates continue to rise in our region and around the US, Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe has announced updates to the Diocesan COVID-19 response for all parishes. These new guidelines go into effect on Sunday, November 29, 2020. We expect to follow these guidelines through at least January 1, 2021; they may be modified prior to that date. 

Please visit the diocesan COVID-19 resource hub at to:

Key elements of the updated COVID-19 guidelines include:

  • We will no longer be using “steps” or “phases” but will follow a unified response plan that will be updated, as necessary. We will continue to notify parish leaders of updates by email and in clergy and wardens’ meetings. 
  • Indoor in-person gatherings are suspended.
  • Live-streaming and recording worship from within the church is permitted.
  • Outdoor and “drive-in” gatherings, with Holy Eucharist, are permitted.
  • Essential community outreach ministries continue.

Beginning Sunday, November 29th all Services at St. David’s will return to a Virtual format on our Facebook Page (Facebook/StDavids) every Sunday at 10am, with a Virtual Coffee Hour to follow around 10:45am on Zoom.

We are still in need readers and special music.  Please contact Pastor Dan or Nick Fields if you’re interested in reading or providing special music.

Click here to listen and see Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe’s sermon from the 152nd Convention of our Diocese.

It’s important to remember your fellow parishioners in your prayers during this difficult period of time. Thank you for keeping our communities safe, and for responding with creativity and love in this difficult time. May God continue to be with us as we learn to love God, one another, and all God has created.

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Upcoming Events 

Friday, December 4th, 2020 – 2pm – 7pm.

Winter is a vital time of need for blood. It is when our supply is very taxed and this year it is especially vital.

Click HERE to register for your appointment.

Volunteers are needed to help setup, work the drive and provide goodies. Contact Cherie or the Church Office.

The beauty and communion of our worship, prayers, music and sanctuary, with a view of our Memorial Garden, lift us up to live our lives in service of our neighbors.

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