In-Person Worship Has Resumed!
St. David's resumed in-person worship for up to 125 people per service. Please register to attend either:
  • Rite I: 8:00am in the Chapel
  • Rite II: 9:15am in the Chapel (also live-streamed)
  • Rite II: 5:00pm in the Chapel
Wandering the Way of the Cross:
Outdoor Stations in the Old Churchyard
Fridays in Lent | 5:00pm | Old Churchyard

Take up the cross and follow Jesus in an outdoor walking art and music meditation through the Stations of the Cross in the old churchyard. These 30-minute Stations can be experienced by individuals during all of Lent and in a group experience on Fridays at 5 pm and before the two Good Friday services. 
Lenten Musical Meditations
Wednesdays in Lent | 6:30pm | Broadcast

Quiet the heart and mind during Lent with St. David’s Lenten Musical Meditations. Set in the Old Church, each half-hour Musical Meditation features a different classical musician or musicians performing contemplative music in alternation with the reading of scripture, poetry, prose, and prayer.

March 3rd: Lisa Vogul, violin and Dr. Elaine Sonnenberg, harpsichord
In-Person Organ Concert Series Sponsored by the American Guild of Organists
Tuesdays in March | 12:00pm | Chapel & Livestream

This recital series, now being offered for its fourth year, will be held on consecutive Tuesdays at 12:00 noon from March 2 through March 30, 2021. Five artists will perform their sellected works on the church's Dobson pipe organ, Opus 84, one of the finest in the area, built by the builders of the Kimmel Center organ in 2007.
St. James School 10 Years of Faithful Partnership Event
Tuesday, March 16th | 6:30pm

The Most Reverend Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church, is the keynote speaker at St. James School’s 10 Years of Faithful Partnership event, celebrating our church and others that have helped build and grow this thriving school serving children in the under-resourced Philadelphia neighborhood of Allegheny West.

Register Online! It will be a joy-filled virtual event!
All Parish Work Day: The Arboretum
Saturday, March 13th | 9:30am | Arboretum

All men and women of St. David’s are invited to join the All Parish Work Day! The primary focus of the workday will be to lay the Arboretum pathway with railroad ties and rebar. Work will be available for different abilities. Individuals will be needed to pick up sticks and clear paths, hold wood, saw and cut wood, and nail rebar with a sledgehammer. Register below by Wednesday, March 10th.
Education & Discipleship
Experiencing the Way of Love Coffee Hour
Sundays in Lent | 10:30am | Zoom

For the 6 Sundays in Lent, the Center for Spiritual Growth and the Discipleship Commission will be partnering to offer “Experiencing the Way of Love,” a series of interactive and contemplative classes during the Adult Forum and Online Coffee Hour.
Save the Date: Women's Retreat
Friday, April 23rd-Saturday, April 24th

Join the women of St. David for the first-ever hybrid women's retreat with in-person and virtual offerings. During the retreat, women will draw on scripture, poetry, song, and the wisdom of one another, facilitated by the guidance of retreat leader, the Rev. Callie Swanlund.
Vestry Nominations Open
Elections: Sunday, May 2nd | 10:30am

The Vestry nominating committee is currently putting together the slate of four names for the upcoming Vestry Elections. If you are feeling called to serve on the vestry or know a parishioner who would help us further our mission, please be in touch with the nominating committee, led by our Rector’s Warden, Jim Dolan, at
Pastoral Care
Mailed Sermon Ministry

Did you know? Our staff sends printed copies of the sermon preached at 9:15 each Sunday to those who request it. Mainly these are people with limited internet access, but the offer is open to all! Call our receptionists to ask to be put on the list.
Family Ministries
Lent in a Bag

By now, all children who registered for Sunday School should have received this year's Lent in a Bag! How's it going? Did the family use and enjoy the object lessons? Please send your photos to Maria Leal by clicking the link below.