How do I become a member? We rejoice in all those who come to St. David’s. If you would like to make St. David’s your church home, please stop by our Welcome Center in the main entrance of the Church to get a visitors packet. In the visitor’s packet you will find a new member’s form. You may return the completed new members form to:
to the church office; 1015 Old Roswell Rd., Roswell,. GA. 30076
place it in the wooden box located on the Welcome Desk just inside the front doors
Download the New Member Form here. If you are transferring your membership from another church, please complete the back of the new member form to request a transfer.
What is a member of the Parish?
A baptized Christian.
A person regular in attendance.
A participant in the programs of the parish.
A person who gives regularly through a recorded pledge or gift – the 10% tithe is the standard.
Who is a Communicant?
A member of the Parish (description above)
A confirmed Episcopalian whose letter of transfer is at St. David’s.
How do I become an Episcopalian?
Members of St. David's come from a variety of religious backgrounds and there are several ways one may join the Episcopal Faith.
The Episcopal Church considers that anyone who has been baptized with water in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, in any Church or denomination, is welcomed as a baptized member of the Episcopal Church. Children as well as adults may be baptized.
Those who have already been baptized may become members by transferring from another church or denomination.
Adult baptized members become confirmed members through the Sacrament of Confirmation. Sixteen is usually considered the earliest age for Confirmation, which involves prayers and the laying on of hands by an Episcopal Bishop.
Through being Received
Those who have been confirmed in another denomination may become a confirmed communicant of the Episcopal Church by Reception.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please call Jan Georges in the Church office at 770-993-1094, ext. 118.