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We are happy to share our life with you at St. David's. As part of the Episcopal Church, we are also members of the worldwide Anglican Communion. Parishes may differ, but in this diversity there are common essential features.
The Episcopal Church is a Bible Church. We believe the Holy Scriptures to be the word of God and our source of belief and moral standards. The Bible is our lens through which we view and evaluate all other truths. Episcopalians are generally not fundamentalist, but we do take the Scriptures seriously. The entire first half or our service is scripture.
The Episcopal Church is a catholic church. Catholic means that we adhere to what has been consistently believed and practiced from New Testament times. Our worship and life draw from the rich treasure of nearly two thousand years of Christian experience and discovery. The ancient Creeds, the sacraments, the orders of ministry, the church calendar, and the Book of Common Prayer (which enables us to worship together and not be passive spectators) preserve our link with the historic church founded by Jesus Christ.
The Episcopal Church is a reformed church. What is distinct about us grew out of the reformation in England in the 16th century. Our emphasis on the scriptures, and the ministry of lay people comes out of this heritage.
St. David's is a church for people of all ages, and your children are welcome to attend services with you. Sunday School for children meets at the 10:00 service. Nursery care is provided at 10:00. Regular communicants in their own church are welcome to receive Communion at our altar.
Our parish was formed in 1976. As we have grown we have become more active in Christian worship and service. Food and supplies are regularly taken to the needy. Money is raised for migrant ministries, indigent mothers, and disadvantaged children. We have other organizations for adults and young people, and devotional societies that meet for prayer and study.
St. David's School provides a fine academic program with an enriched curriculum within a Christian environment for children ages 3 through second grade. Call 793-1272 for information.