ZOOM: Contact us for information on joining our live video-conference service.
FACEBOOK LIVE: Our Zoom service is live-streamed to our Facebook page.
While our buildings are closed, the people of St. David’s will gather for worship via Zoom video-conference every Sunday morning at 9:30. This short service will include a reading from the Hebrew Scriptures, a Psalm, and the Gospel reading of the day, followed by a brief homily, prayers and a blessing. The zoom meeting room typically opens shortly after 9:00 AM to provide an opportunity for our members and friends to chat with one another before the service begins.
You can also see our virtual gathering, and pray along with us, on our Facebook live stream.
If you would like to join us live on Zoom, we ask you to verify your identity. Please use the contact form on this website to introduce yourself and request Zoom meeting credentials.
Our outdoor Chartres-style Medieval Labyrinth remains open to the public around the clock. Walking the labyrinth can be a calming and centering practice in times of anxiety.
For a different kind of online worship experience, St. Mark’s Cathedral will live-stream weekly made-for-internet services of Holy Eucharist (11 a.m. Sunday morning) and Compline (9:30 p.m. Sunday night). These services are also being archived for viewing at a later time.
While we cannot gather together in the body, we remain united in spirit. For as long as our buildings are closed, we will continue to post news and opportunities for online participation in worship, and publish our email Midweek Newsletter for members.