Saint David’s is a reconciling, affirming, and inclusive Christian community striving through worship, love, and service to welcome all people just as God created you.

No matter your step on the journey or place in the story: our welcome knows no boundaries of sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, economic condition, physical or mental ability, or age.

We believe that God delights in the diversity of creation and so do we!


SUNDAY SERVICES – 8 am & 10:30 am (with 9:30 am Sunday School)







What to expect when you visit…

Worship is the very core of our life as Episcopalians. When we gather to worship as a congregation, we experience God’s place and power in our lives and grow together as the Body of Christ. Grounded in The Book of Common Prayer, Episcopal worship follows a liturgical pattern with familiar forms, movements, and prayers that don’t change greatly from week to week during a season of the year. 

Insights into Episcopal worship…
Order of Service

Worship in the Episcopal Church is grounded in the Book of Common Prayer, giving our worship a familiar feel from week to week.


About Our Worship

Worship in the Episcopal Church follows  standard service forms and prays from texts that don’t change greatly from week to week during a season of the year. Services may involve standing, sitting, kneeling, sung or spoken responses, and a great many pieces of furniture, clothing, and objects that may seem strange to newcomers.


Seasons & Feasts

The Liturgical Calendar orders the Episcopal Church year by identifying cycles of seasons, feasts, and holy days.


Revised Common Lectionary

The Revised Common Lectionary is a three-year cycle of Scripture lessons used at Sunday service.


What we do at Saint David’s during the different season…

Advent is a season of preparation and waiting for the coming Emmanuel at the great feast of the Incarnation (Christmas).

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Christmas is the season commemorating the incarnation of our God.

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Lent is a season of pentitence as we prepare to walk the way of the cross and welcome the promised resurrection.

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Holy Week

Form early times, Christians have observed the week before Easter as a time of special remembrance of the Passion, Death, and Burial of Jesus. The week culminates in the sacred Triduum of Holy Thursday (the Last Supper), Good Friday (the Passion), and the Easter Vigil.

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Easter is the exultation and celebration of the event that is at the heart of Christian hope and joy: the Ressurection. The Easter Season is the season of resurrected life, the culmination of the great work of God in the world.

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Saint David’s Episcopal Church

145 East Edgewood Drive

Lakeland, Florida  33803


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