Pastoral Care and Reconciliation

flowersPastoral Care

At the heart of our life as a faith community lies the commitment and responsibility to care for, support, and encourage one another, especially in times of crisis and difficulty. We do this in a variety of ways here at St. David’s. We want you to know what they are so that when you or a family member or friend are dealing with serious life changes or challenges, you can get the help you need.

For more information, to request services, or to volunteer, contact the Rev. Katie Wright.

Nursing Home Volunteers: Assist the clergy in providing worship services. Pianists, song leaders, Eucharistic ministers, and people to distribute materials and assist attendees are needed.
Prayer Requests: We have many groups who pray daily for those in need as well as prayers we offer during Sunday morning services. To submit a prayer request for yourself or a loved one, you can submit one here or you can place a Prayer Request card (found in the pews) in the offering plate during services.
Sunday Flower Delivery Angels: Each week the flowers from the altar are given to hospitalized or homebound St. David’s members.
Prayer Shawls:  The prayer shawls are knitted by members of the St. Agnes Guild. Prayer Shawls can be given to someone who is struggling physically, spiritually, or emotionally.


Our priests offer the Reconciliation of a Penitent or Sacrament of Reconciliation at any time, but especially during the season of Lent and Advent. Please see page 446 in the Book of Common Prayer for more information about this pastoral office. If you are interested in a private, confidential meeting with a priest to confess your sins and to be assured of God’s absolution, please contact the priest of your choice. You may contact one of the priests to schedule an appointment by calling 512-610-3500 and asking for their extension.