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The Episcopal Church Welcomes You!

St. David’s Episcopal Church is a welcoming church family on the west side of Lansing, Michigan. Our worship focuses on reason, tradition and scripture. Stop by in-person or online to see what we’re all about.

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Thanksgiving Eve Service

As you are considering all that we have to be grateful for this year, despite its ups and downs? Please consider attending our Thanksgiving Eve Service at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 24. Hope to see you there!

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When to go?

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been required to tweak our worship schedule a little bit.

Services times are the following:

Sundays: 9:30 a.m.
Wednesdays: 6:30 p.m.
Fridays: 9 a.m.

We also livestream our services on social media.

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What We Believe

St. David’s is a member of the Anglican Communion, which makes up more than 80 million Christians across the world. Rooted in the Church of England and part of The Episcopal Church, we are evangelical and catholic.

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Sunday Church School

St. David’s takes great pride in its Sunday Church School, enrolling classes ranging from preschool through high school. The school enables our students to expand on their Christian faith throughout their formative years.

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Our Church Family

Our parishioners are the root of our church community, providing many ministries that make the Lansing area a better place. [/col]
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Coming Nov. 28: Advent

The first season of the church year, beginning with the fourth Sunday before Christmas and continuing through the day before Christmas. The name is derived from a Latin word for “coming.” The season is a time of preparation and expectation for the coming celebration of our Lord’s nativity, and for the final coming of Christ “in power and glory.”

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