Join Us Sunday Morning
Our normal service times are 10:30 every Sunday morning. Our 10:30 service is a blended service of traditional and contemporary worship, including organ, piano, choir and congregational singing.
Our Sunday School program is held for children and youth Age 3 to Grade 12 every Sunday during our 10:30 a.m. worship service. Classes are broken down by age group to ensure a meaningful experience for all of our young worshippers.
Sunday School provides a very hands-on, spiritual program, with opportunities at various times throughout the year to participate in worship services. The Sunday School program is coordinated by the Minister for Youth and Young Families and delivered by a dedicated group of volunteers.
Nursery is available for children under the age of 3.
As part of our worship services each week, we pass a collection plate to receive offerings from members of the congregation. We welcome you to worship with us regardless of your financial situation and encourage you to give as your are able.
The Lord’s Supper, Eucharist, Holy Communion—these different terms refer to the same sacrament shared by most Christian denominations, a symbolic meal.
Communion is celebrated at a table that suggests the dining table in our homes. At the communion table, we acknowledge that Jesus Christ is the host and all are guests. The meal uses the symbols of small pieces of bread and a taste of wine or juice to remind us of Jesus’ last supper with his followers and of God’s enduring love.
At Saint David’s, we typically share communion one Sunday every month. We share non-alcoholic juice, and have gluten-free juice and bread options. The United Church of Canada invites all who seek to love Jesus to share in this family meal.
Jesus welcomed everyone, whether they were poor, rich, or just getting by; ill or healthy; self-made or educated; popular or a loner; secure or full of doubts.
The United Church of Canada prides itself on welcoming everyone the way Jesus did, regardless of age, race, class, gender, orientation, or physical ability.
The church works hard to appreciate people of all ages, from grandparents to newborns. Children aren’t viewed as adults-in-waiting, nor are they on display for the amusement of the adults. They’re full and welcome participants at the heart of each congregation, bringing ideas and unique talents that can inspire the entire church.
To learn more about what we believe, click here to read about the Mission, Vision and Beliefs of Saint David’s.
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