This news comes in the form of a press release distributed by the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh. The press release explains that
The congregation at St. David’s has adopted the new name of The Anglican Parish of Christ the Redeemer. They have leased the former St. Genevieve Roman Catholic Church building at 120 East College Avenue in Canonsburg, PA from the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh as a temporary church home and also to plant a new Anglican parish permanently in Canonsburg. Redeemer Parish will hold their first service on May 27 at 10 a.m. Services thereafter will be at 8:30 a.m. (traditional) and 11 a.m. (contemporary) every Sunday.According to the press release, the congregation plans to return to Peters Township when a suitable location is found. It further states that the rector of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Canonsburg (Chuck Weiss) “has blessed our efforts.”
David Wilson, the rector of Christ the Redeemer, née St. David’s, was an active participant in the struggles within the diocese between the allies of Bob Duncan and supporters of The Episcopal Church.