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St. David's Episcopal Church serves Alpharetta, Georgia

Welcome to St. David's Episcopal Church!

St. David's serves the Alpharetta area and most of North Fulton County. We are conveniently located at the intersection of Warsaw Road and Old Roswell Road. See map below.

Episcopal church near Alpharetta during Christmas
Christmas service at St. David's

Serving Alpharetta (Map)

St. David's is located at

1015 Old Roswell Road,

Roswell, GA 30076 (About 10 minutes from Alpharetta city center.)

Phone: 770.993.6084


Office Hours:

9am - 5pm Monday through Friday

We offer several in-person and online worship services on Sundays.


Church services include a 7:45am traditional service of Holy Communion, Rite I in traditional language; a 9:00am Family service with Holy Communion, Rite II in contemporary language with childcare available; an 11:15am Choral Holy Communion service, Rite II with childcare available; and a 1:15pm Hispanic service with Holy Communion, Rite II.


Online services are available on our Facebook page and YouTube playlist.

The video links above are live starting at 11:15am.

Plan Your Visit

Saint David's talented choir performs during an Episcopal church service.
St. David's Choir overlooks the Nave and the stained glass windows

We are blessed at the opportunity to serve you! Our worship services combine the ceremony and grace with traditional Episcopal preaching. We offer programs for spiritual direction and growth including Bible studies and other educational and fellowship opportunities. St. David's has a full program for spiritual growth, including several weekly Bible studies, classes, and small fellowship groups. You will revel in the richness of our music and choir, led by Sue Wallace, our award-winning hymnist.

Child Care

Child care is available at the 9am and 11:15 services for infants through 4 years of age.

Sunday School

Sunday school is available to anyone over the age of 5. St. David's children and youth Sunday school is available at 10:15-11:00am and is divided by age groups. Adults can attend a small Sunday school class or participate in our Rector's Forum where our clergy leads a discussion on relevant biblical and church topics.


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