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Loving God.

Loving One Another.

St. David's Welcomes You

St. David’s Episcopal Church is committed to following Jesus’ example of practicing radical hospitality, seeking to find God in all people because they are of sacred worth.  We welcome all persons, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, age, physical or mental capacity, education, sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic or marital status.  All are invited as full participants in the life and ministries of our community of faith.

Loving God. Loving One Another.

Connect

We gain greater knowledge about ourselves, our community and our faith by connecting with one another. There are many opportunities to connect at St. David's.

Weekly Worship:

Join us for live, in person worship at 8:00 and 9:30 on Sunday mornings.

COVID Update: click here for current Covid guidelines.

Regular offerings: 

We invite you to join a service of nighttime prayers, Compline, each evening via Zoom at 8:00 PM. Click here to read more about this service and access the Zoom link. An additional weekly offering we hold is Saturday morning prayer, held at 7:45 AM each Saturday morning. Click here to read more about this service. 

Prayer for the Human Family

O God, you made us in your own image and redeemed us through Jesus your Son: Look with compassion on the whole human family; take away the arrogance and hatred which infect our hearts; break down the walls that separate us; unite us in bonds of love; and work through our struggle and confusion to accomplish your purposes on earth; that, in your good time, all nations and races may serve you in harmony around your heavenly throne; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Prayer for Ukraine

God of peace and tranquility, whose will is for all God's people to live in harmony, stop the violence in Ukraine. Turn the hearts of the aggressors to peace. Give diplomats wisdom to negotiate an end to the fighting. Protect the innocent, shield the vulnerable, and stir up compassion and courage inside each of us that we may do our part to end this conflict. All this we ask through Jesus Christ, the prince of peace. Amen.

Upcoming Events 

 
“Gratitude, Praise and Affirmation”- 
An hour with an actor and a bag of poems!

Join us on August 14 at 7:00pm at St. David's for a fundraising evening with well-known Guthrie actor Allen Hamilton reading poems about Gratitude, Praise and Affirmation. Deacon Emeritus Rev. Guy Drake will join Allen with readings on the same topics from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer.

 

Come prepared to be inspired by readings from great poets both historical and contemporary on these three subjects, so relevant in today's world!  

 

Allen Hamilton has played 23 roles at the Guthrie Theater over many decades, as well as many roles at most of the theatres in the Twin Cities, and theatres in Boston, Memphis, St. Louis, Los Angeles, and Chicago. He played Uncle Ben in “Death of a Salesman” on Broadway, starring Brian Dennehy, and repeated the role at the Lyric Theatre in London for a nine month run. He has been seen in over thirty films and television movies, including “Code of Silence” with Chuck Norris and “The Fugitive” with Harrison Ford. Allen lives in St. Louis Park with his wife, painter Susan Wagner, and has been a frequent visitor at St. David's services. 

 

A free will offering will be taken at the door to help contribute to St. David's many ministries. 

 

Creekside Baptism Service

Mark your Calendars for Baptisms at the Creek!

 

August 21

9:30 am

At Minnehaha Creek

by the gazebo on Minnetonka Blvd.

 

We are looking for a crew of folks to help set up on Sunday morning at the Mills Park Gazebo. Please email office@stdavidsparish.org if you are available to help.

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Our Events

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