Register Now for Youth Group, Choir, and Christian Education! You have probably been hearing that things are going to be a little different this year. Well, it’s true, but rest assured that we will here for you and your family. At St. David’s Episcopal Church we are committed to live into our mission statement – “We are a church on a mission to know God in Jesus Christ and make Christ known to others.” This fall we will be using…Find out more
ThoroughFair Saturday, October 3rd, 10:00-2:00pm Enjoy a beautiful fall day driving through Saint David’s Church grounds making a short stop at each of our numerous Outreach Partner booths. You’ll see and learn about the good work we do with the Outreach money raised at the Fair each year… think One Minute Ministry style! The event will be fun, SAFE and free – – so jump in your car for the 20-minute journey and enjoy the ride! Pick up your map…Find out more
Sunday, October 25th 10:30-11:15am The Way of Love is a way of life. More than a program or curriculum, it is an intentional commitment to a set of practices. It's a commitment to follow Jesus through 7 practices: Turn, Learn, Pray, Worship, Bless, Go, Rest. Each month we'll find ways to seek love in all we do and to know God's love, to love and to be loved by others, and to love ourselves. As 1 Corinthians 16.14 says, "Let…Find out more
Begins Sunday, October 25th November 1st, November 8th, & November 15th 3:30-4:30pm Newcomers, visitors, those wanting to join the church or become an Episcopalian, and anyone wanting to refresh their knowledge of basic Christian and Episcopal beliefs, St. David's is offering a new 4-week Zoom class on the Basics of Christian Faith. This class will provide both teaching and discussion in a small group setting. JOIN HERE Register Below:Find out more
Sunday, October 25th 6:30-7:30pm Get ready to be spooked and scared, just a little, for St. David's first Not-So-Scary Drive Thru! The Not-So-Scary Drive-Thru concept is a new and exciting immersive drive-thru experience. Your unsuspecting passengers will get the gentle scare of a lifetime in St. David's transformed churchyard. Wind your way through a multitude of ghastly scenes with sound effects in the safety of your own vehicle! Cost of admission is a new or gently-used pair of shoes to…Find out more
Saturday, October 31st 7:30-8:30pm In celebration of Halloween, Clair Rozier and Bill Wozniak will perform a variety of music for organ and percussion, including the famous D Minor Toccata and Fugue of J. S. Bach, the Alfred Hitchcock theme (Funeral March of a Marionette by Gounod), as well as some unusual compositions featuring the marimba and timpani. This hour-long program will be performed live, with in-person seating up to 45 people. It will also be streamed on the live stream…Find out more
Friday, November 6th 6:30-7:30pm REGISTER OR DONATE TO THE UNFAIR! The UnFair! Friday, November 6th, 6:30-7:30pm Join in on the excitement of St. David’s first ever online fundraiser! This is our MAJOR fundraising event to recoup funds usually raised at the traditionally held St. David's Fair. Registration for The UnFair! is free and the event is open to the public! Use the quick link below to register. In keeping with past years, 100% of proceeds will support our outreach partners…Find out more
Sunday, November 8th 5:00-6:00pm On Sunday November 8th, the 5 pm worship will take the form of Choral Evensong. This traditional liturgy links to St. David's Anglican heritage, with its chanted prayers and beautiful choral offerings. The service will include evening hymns and choral music sung by our adult choir in previous years. It will also be available on the livestream page of the website.Find out more
Begins Wednesday, September 23rd 7:30-8:30pm Click here to join the Zoom meeting > Led by the Rev. Frank Allen and the Rev. Emily Zimbrick-Rogers Join us for an 8-week series Discipleship Series on Zoom as we walk the path of love with one of the warmest, most beloved spiritual leaders of our time, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, and learn how to put faith into action. We will watch some short videos, break into small groups, sing together, listen to Scripture,…Find out more
Saturday, November 14th 8:00-10:00am Click here to join the Zoom meeting > All men of St. David's and friends are welcome to attend this month's Men's Fellowship Breakfast with The Rev. Matt Holcombe. Matt is now Rector at St. Michaels in Colorado Springs and has become a Mountain Man for Christ! He will speak via zoom on the subject of "A Hiker's Guide to Walking with Christ." He will share epic hiking stories and what he has learned about his…Find out more
Saturday, November 14th 9:00-10:00am Click here to join the Zoom meeting > Please join the Women's Fellowship Group for the first breakfast of the year. The Rev. Elizabeth Colton will be speaking on ‘How to Live as a Christian During This Time of Uncertainty.’Find out more
Pick-Up for Materials: Sunday, November 22nd 4:30pm on the Narthex Porch Be a part of this brand-new St. David’s tradition! The Jesse Tree tradition is rooted in Isaiah 11:1: “A shoot shall come out from the stump of Jesse, and a branch shall grow out of his roots.” This is an intergenerational event. The pickup before Thanksgiving is so that any families who might be gathering can give the scriptures and/or ornaments to another family member. If that happens, each…Find out more
Sundays in Advent, beginning Sunday, November 29th 10:30-11:15am For the four Sundays of Advent, spiritual director Amy Nobles Dolan and the St. David’s Center for Spiritual Growth will offer a series of guided prayer experiences via Zoom. In this series, we will explore Gospel Contemplation, a way of prayer taught and practiced by St. Ignatius of Loyola. These four contemplative meditations will focus on God’s undying love that we witness this time of year as we celebrate Christmas. The first…Find out more
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We invite you to submit photos of meetings, activities, and events for building a St. David’s visual library. Photos will be used in printed materials, presentations, website, publicity, and social media. We welcome photos of any and all ministries – including planning ministries, Bible Studies, fellowship events, children’s activities, etc. Photos and videos should be in horizontal format for easy adaptation into presentations. Please be sure to preview photos/videos as they are being taken to ensure quality lighting, focus, etc.