Welcome to St Davids
- A community church
Our building in the beautiful North Glenmore valley in the city of Kelowna brings people from all over the city.
- A Gospel-centered church
The Gospel and grace of Jesus energizes, informs and directs all of our life and ministry together.
- A Word-led church
We are directed by the Holy Spirit through God’s word – the Bible.
- A praying church
Through waiting prayer (Acts 1:8) we are filled with the Holy Spirit to follow Him into the city.
Sunday worship at 10 AM
Sunday School and Nursery Care provided during the worship service
Communion on the first Sunday of each month
271 Snowsell Street, Kelowna, BC (see map)
No matter where you are in your spiritual journey, you are invited to come as you are to the Sunday worship service.
Please join us for coffee, tea, and juice for the children following the service
Mood Disorder Group
Our Mood Disorder Support Group, meeting since 2007, seeks to minister to those from the Kelowna community and our congregation who have a persistent or chronic mental illness. The group provides a safe environment for members to share and be supported, receive instruction about strategies for fostering mental wellness, and to study the Bible together. This faith-based support group is one-of-its-kind in the Kelowna area. Anyone nineteen years of age or older is welcome. Weekly gatherings are Thursdays @ 6:30 pm at St. David’s Presbyterian Church. Please call the group’s facilitator, Peter, for more info – (250) 768-5500.
Latest News and Events
November’s Topic: “Is there a place for religion in politics?” In a subordinate standard, Declaration of Faith Concerning Church and Nation, the Presbyterian Church in Canada (PCC) states regarding Jesus Christ: “He... Read more
St. David’s Presbyterian Church Christmas Bazaar Saturday, November 26 from 10:00 to 2:00 Join us for a wonderful winter bazaar filled with Crafts, Baked Goods, Preserves, Quality Collectibles, Secondhand Books and the... Read more
Are you considering becoming a part of this congregation (a good idea!)—either by Transfer of Certificate or Profession of Faith—talk to one of the elders or use the communication cards in the pews.... Read more