9:30 Morning Prayer (spoken)
10:30am Service of Word and Sacrament This is a traditional service where the Mass is sung along with hymns, chanted Psalm, and songs. Following worship we have lunch and hearty fellowship together.
Priories (home gatherings) are on hold for the rest of the summer and will start up again in the Fall. Look for an update in early September.
Wednesdays and Fridays – 7:30-8:10 am – via Conference Call (540) 792-0080 Access code 577610# Morning Prayer Liturgy Link
The St. David’s Anglican Church is a young Anglican church in North Idaho. A handful of us began gathering for weekly Compline (“completing the day in prayer”) in the summer of 2019. As we grew, we focused our worship time on Sunday mornings for the Service of Word and Sacrament in February, 2020. In addition, we meet Wednesday and Thursday evenings (our Priories) for supper, Holy Conversation, and Compline. We value Scripture, Holy Eucharist, study, ancient and new music, and mission.
We are Anglicans because we believe that the Anglican tradition faithfully expresses the fullness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and thereby gives a God-centered, Scripture-saturated, prayer-immersed shape to all corporate worship and daily discipleship. This tradition draws from the Early Church Fathers and ancient practices that provide structure and rhythm for worship and in our lives today. Anglicanism is not just about “going to church”; instead, we are invited into a way of life.
St David’s is a part of the Anglican Church of North America (ACNA) and is in fellowship with millions of Anglicans worldwide.
Our rector, Fr Thomas, received his theological training at Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div and Th.M) and pursued a PhD in Liturgical Studies at Drew University Graduate School. He has served as pastor or church planter in New Jersey, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and Montana.
Dixie has an MM degree in Performance from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ, and has served several congregations along with her husband, our priest. She works with other musicians at St David’s as well as composes service music for the liturgy. She is married to our Rector and they have two adult children and two grandsons.
We are inspired and humbled by processionals, centuries-rich prayers, confession and absolution, readings from Holy Scripture, and homiles. And we have discovered that the Eucharist offers us a life-giving response to the Word.
If you are not from a liturgical or sacramental background, then fasten your seatbelt: Anglican worship involves the whole person and draws on all our senses. You’ll enter worship to smells and banners and crosses and icons and music as ancient as the 5th century and as new as this year. Our whole being is fully engaged in worship. We kneel, stand, sit. We listen to lessons—passages of Scripture—chant Psalms, and affirm our trust in the Triune God in the ancient Creeds.