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ST. DAVID'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
763 South Valley Forge Rd.
Wayne, PA 19087

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St. David's Historic
Buildings & Grounds

2015 marked St. David's Episcopal Church's 300th year. Our worship, education and fellowship spaces exist on nearly 38 acres near Radnor, in the suburbs of Philadelphia. Our Property Commission, in conjunction with staff, oversees the day-to-day use and maintenance of our facilities, while ensuring their continued use well into coming centuries.

Click here for a map of the St. David's Churchyard >

Matt Grove | mgrove@stdavidschurch.org | ext. 270

 

 

The Old St. David's Church

The Old Church dates from 1715, and has been in continual use, with the exception of some Sundays during the Revolutionary War. The Church is the subject of Henry Wordsworth Longfellow's 1880 poem "Old St. David's Church, Radnor."

 

 

St. David's Churchyard

The St. David's Churchyard is a place of final rest for those who are departed, as well as a place for reflection, peace and prayer for those who come to visit loved ones, and those who desire a reflective place. It is a place of deep history and is included in the National Register of Historic Places.

 

St. David's Arboretum

In the late 1940's and early 1950's, the John Newbold Family chose to beautify an area of St. David's Church to be used as a memorial place for parishioners. The arboretum was established along the creek with the help of many parish volunteers.

 

Gravesites

St. David's graveyard has been a peaceful resting and memorial place for nearly 300 years. Several historic dignitaries, including Gen. Anthony Wayne, are buried within its walls. The Churchyard grounds welcome all who would like to stroll its stone paths or meditate among its tall trees. Gravesites are available for purchase for St. David's parishioners only. To pre-select a plot, or to prepare for the immediate interment of a loved one, please contact the Church office. For research requests, please contact the church office during regular office hours. We would be happy to help you locate a specific site.