St. David's Episcopal Church

An inclusive and inviting Christian community. North Chesterfield, VA
St. David's Episcopal Church
St. David's Episcopal Church
St. David's Episcopal Church
St. David's Episcopal Church
St. David's Episcopal Church
St. David's Episcopal Church
St. David's Episcopal Church

Who We Are

Welcome to St. David’s! As a Christian community we are called to reach out with joy and acceptance in worship and ministry, inviting all to experience and share God's gifts and abundant love as we grow in Christ. We live out this call through three services on Sunday morning, through outreach ministries, active Christian formation programs, and family-friendly fellowship opportunities .

About Us

Vibe
Casual, Inclusive, Friendly, Neighborhood-focused, Young families, Multigenerational

Programs
Community Service, Preschool, Children's Ministry, Youth Group, Adult Education, Choir, Nursery, Disability

Music
Traditional Hymns, Contemporary, Praise and Worship

Denomination
Episcopal

Networks

Size
Medium

Language
English

Founded
1967

Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
1801 Camborne Rd
North Chesterfield, VA 23236

Phone
804-276-4348

Website

Directions
Get directions on Google Maps

Our Services

What are services like?
Our 7:45 a.m. service is a small quiet service of Holy Eucharist, ideal for those looking for an intimate, contemplative service. We gather inside the sanctuary around the altar for communion, and on the first Sunday of the month we celebrate Rite I. Our other two services observe Holy Eucharist Rite II, with a contemporary band at the 9:00 a.m. service, including guitar, harmonica and violin; and with traditional hymnody accompanied by piano at the 11:15. During both of the later services, children are invited forward for a front row “seat” for the Service of the Word, sitting together on a red carpet. The clergy present a children’s sermon, and then our Director of Child and Youth Formation sits with them to help them following along with the readings, sermons and prayers using the “Junior Sunday papers.” Bags with quiet toys are also available for children, as well as a staffed nursery during both the 9:00 and 11:15 services. On the third Sunday of every month we offer an evening Prayer and Praise service that features contemporary music and lay-led liturgy and parishioner testimony. Whatever service best suits your style of worship, please join us. You will find a warm, welcoming community excited to greet you.

What is the community like?
St. David's is a welcoming close-knit community where parishioners are encouraged to explore and engage their spiritual gifts and talents. Our congregation is politically diverse and represents a wide-range of demographic profiles and religious backgrounds. Our core value of hospitality and inclusivity make all feel welcome in this neighborhood church community.

What if I'm not a Christian?
At St. David's we recognize the Christian life as a journey. Each one of us is at a different place along this life-long path, but all are welcome for what they bring to the table.

Leadership View all

Elizabeth Felicetti

Elizabeth Felicetti

The Rev. Elizabeth Felicetti, Rector. Elizabeth began her ministry at St. David's in February 2011. Her ministry passions are preaching and teaching, and she especially loves our three diverse Sunday morning services and our preschool. Elizabeth earned a master’s degree in Divinity from Virginia Theological Seminary in 2007, concentrating on ecumenism (Christian unity), biblical languages and Old Testament. Prior to her ministry at St. David’s, Elizabeth served as Associate Rector of Old Donation Episcopal Church in Virginia Beach; and prior to ordained life, she had careers in editing and antiquarian bookselling. Elizabeth loves books, baseball and birds. Her husband Gary retired from the U.S. Coast Guard shortly after they moved to North Chesterfield. They have a sweet dog and a temperamental cat. If you’re wondering “What do we call a female priest?”, Elizabeth prefers to be addressed by her Christian name by adults and “Pastor Elizabeth” by children and youth.

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