St. DAvid's In-Person WORSHIP Guidelines

(How we're currently responding to COVID-19)

What to Expect For In-Person Services

In accordance with current state and local guidelines, we are now open for worship at full capacity, and registration for services is no longer needed. 

  • If you are sick, or have had any symptoms of COVID-19 within the last 48 hours, please stay home and join us for worship online. 
  • We also encourage anyone who is especially vulnerable to COVID-19 or not yet comfortable gathering in person to consider worshiping with us via our livestream. 

Online Worship Options: 

We will continue to live-stream the service via Facebook Live and on our website Media page. The livestream recordings can also be watched anytime after the service on our Facebook Videos page or on our website Livestream section

Important Information for Attending In Person

Safety Measures:

  • Masks are optional for those who are fully vaccinated.

  • For those who are not vaccinated, we ask for the well-being of yourself and others that you wear a mask at all times while inside our buildings.

  • Disposable face masks will be available at the front table

  • Communion will be offered during the service with safety protocols still in effect (individual disposable cups for the wine, etc.)

Cleaning and Sanitizing:

  • Hand sanitizer will be available at the main entrance to the Sanctuary and at other locations within the building.

  • Additional cleaning and Sanitizing of the Sanctuary and all common areas will continue each week.


  • Staggered seating is still highly encouraged to maintain good physical distancing. Ushers will be present to assist as you enter.

  • Offerings will continue to be taken at a central locked wooden box near the back

  • Doors will be propped open before and after each service.

  • Drive-up communion will be offered in the church parking lot from 12-12:30pm for those who cannot attend service and have chosen to worship with us remotely.

We encourage everyone to respect and maintain social distance boundaries, and check in with others before approaching. We can show our love with our words and gestures; it is important to check in with others before engaging in any possible close contact with them, for the sake of our most vulnerable attendees who are not able to receive the vaccine or have other serious health concerns.

Re-gathering is a process, and we are continuing to adjust on a regular basis as we figure out how to best worship together during the ongoing pandemic. Thank you for your patience and grace with us as we navigate this ever-changing territory.