We look forward to seeing you.
Whether you are just visiting or looking for a church home, we welcome you to our St. David’s community.
Have questions? Here are a few helpful answers:
When are services?
We have two services each Sunday.
- The 8 a.m. service, conducted in the more traditional language of Rite I, is our quiet liturgy, without music or choir.
- The 10 a.m. service, which uses the more modern Rite II, most Sundays features the magnificent St. David’s Choir, a professional ensemble directed by Dr. Douglas A. Buchanan.
Where is the church?
St. David’s is located in the 4700 block of Roland Avenue, just north of Cold Spring Lane, in the north Baltimore neighborhood of Roland Park.
Is parking available?
There is ample parking along both sides of Roland Avenue, as well as on Oakdale Road at the side of the church. Take care when using the crosswalks to cross Roland Avenue.
What do I wear?
We want you to feel at home. Some parishioners like to get dressed up, while others prefer to be more casual.
How long do the services last?
The 8 a.m. service lasts about 45 minutes. The 10 a.m. service usually runs about 75 minutes.
Are there activities for children?
During the school year, St. David’s offers Sunday School for children between the ages of 3 and 16 during the 10 a.m. service. Children who prefer to stay with their parents during church can take advantage of our play area, located to the right side of the Sanctuary as you face the altar. Crayons and pages for coloring are also available.
Can I receive communion?
Any baptized Christian may receive communion at St. David’s. You do not have to be Episcopalian. We welcome all visitors to come up to the altar at communion time to receive a blessing. Simply cross your arms over your chest, which lets the clergy know you would like a blessing.
Do you have additional questions? Please reach out to us.