When death touches our lives, we experience a range of feelings and are often drawn into reflecting on the life of our loved one. The church can help.  

Whether it is just a comforting phone call or assistance with a service of celebration and memorial, the church and its minister can help.

St. David's is open to working with you in providing the kind of service that makes the most sense for you and the person we are remembering.

The following practices are in place until further notice. 

St David’s sanctuary has the following Covid 19 related restrictions are in place:   

There is a maximum limit of 10 to 70 people, depending on current restrictions. Please call and ask what this week's restrictions allow us to hold.  All must be masked throughout.

Everyone must heed guidance from ushers (funeral home or volunteers from your family) and sit only in designated pews and in cohorts.  No one can move about during service.  

Everyone must enter and exit in a staggered fashion and through the designated South doors. Only one washroom (non-gendered) will be available (at the South doors of building).  Please sanitize after each individual use (supplies provided).

The funeral home ushers or volunteers from your family must create a list of attendees and their contact information.  This can be left with the church office or funeral home and will be destroyed 15 days after funeral service (or used by AHS to do contact tracing if needed).

After January 2021, if you want to have reception afterwards, the following Covid 19 related restrictions are in place (and we may not be able to accommodate all requests):

There is a maximum limit of 30 people and they must be able to sit in 6 or fewer cohort groups/tables. Everyone must heed guidance from the church host and sit only in designate tables and in cohorts.  No one can move about during your time. All must be masked throughout, unless eating.

There is NO kitchen available, nor regular meal sharing.   Catered, boxed, individual servings can be given out (with bottled/sealed, individual non-alcoholic beverages). You are responsible for all waste to be taken out of the church and disposed of appropriately.

Everyone must enter and exit in a staggered fashion and through the designated South doors. Please sanitize bathrooms after each individual use (supplies provided). The funeral home ushers or volunteers from your family must create a list of attendees and their contact information.  This can be left with the church office or funeral home and will be destroyed 15 days after funeral service (or used by AHS to do contact tracing if needed).