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Thank you for visiting St. David's by the Sea Episcopal Church website that highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and service opportunities available. Read more about our church on this site, or better yet, join us for worship Sundays at 8:00am or 10:15am, or Wednesdays at 5:00pm. We would love to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ and for you! If you have faith or are searching for faith, you are most welcome in this house of God. Come and join us as we grow and mature in faith! We hope to see you soon!
We are a partner in mission of the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion. We affirm the Biblical truths of the Nicene Creed and seek to live out that God-breathed faith in our daily life. Acts 2:42 summarizes our life in Christ... "they continued in the Apostle's teaching and fellowship, in the breaking of bread and the prayers."
Our Sacramental Life
Our church offers a traditional setting for worship and sacred celebrations. For information about baptism, confirmation, reconciliation, unction, or burial, please contact one of the clergy via the church office 321-783-2554. There is a 24 hour answering machine on which you can leave a message. You may also email one of the clergy via the "Staff" link above.
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Kay Kelsy Scholarship
Welcome to The Rev. John Bender, who will be our long term supply Priest until our new Rector arrives in the late summer or early fall.
A message from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry regarding the rubric of love during the COVID-19 pandemic, April 29, 2020:
In the midst of this COVID-19 pandemic, we are now at another one of those threshold moments when important and significant decisions must be made on all levels of our global community for the good and the well-being of the entire human family. In this moment, I would ask you to allow me to share with you a Word to the Church: What Would Love Do?
Jesus tells us things like: Love your enemies; Bless those who curse you; Do unto others as you would have them do unto you; As you did to the least of these who are members of my family you have done to me; Father, forgive; Love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your mind, all your strength. This is the first and great commandment and the second is like it. You shall love your neighbor as yourself. Jesus makes it abundantly clear that the way of unselfish, sacrificial love – love that seeks the good and the well-being of others as well as the self – that love is the rubric of the Christian life.
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