Christian Living at Home

Resources for Kids and Families

Maria Leal, Director of Children’s Education, has found many useful Christian materials and websites for you and your family during this time. These are all trusted sites and materials that St. David’s has used or currently uses in Sunday School settings on a regular basis.
Vacation Bible School 2020

Didn’t get the chance to be part of Vacation Bible School over the summer? Check out the videos below!

Being a Christian: Christianity 101 Video Series

Everyone is called to follow Jesus in day-to-day lives. It’s a joy and a challenge.

Once a week on Tuesdays, St. David’s will be offering short teaching videos to help with reading the Bible, prayers, spiritual gifts, the Eucharist and a wealth of other Christian practices. St. David’s hopes that everyone will take some time with God and view these clips.

Video 1: Spiritual Gifts
Video 2: The Bible
Video 3: Studying the Bible at Home

Encouragement from the St. David’s Clergy

The past few weeks have been a struggle for many in our community. The clergy of St. David’s will be offering daily encouraging videos to help with this very difficult time.
The Rev. Sandy McCurdy
The Rev. Elizabeth Colton
The Rev. Ken McCaslin
Spiritual Gifts Survey
This workbook is an attempt to deepen your understanding of Christ’s call on your life and the gifts that come from God through the Holy Spirit. Over the course of your study, you will have an opportunity to learn or remember how the Holy Spirit moves in the lives of people like you and me. We will consider how that presence and power can help you in your Christian walk and in your ministry in your church and in the world.
Request a Prayer
If you have a burden on your heart and would like to request special prayer, please write your request in the box below. St. David’s Prayer Companions will pray for your needs. And if you would like to share praise, we welcome those as well! Each request will be treated with the utmost Christian confidentiality.


  • By clicking the submit button you acknowledge that your prayer request will be sent to multiple Prayer Companions so they can begin praying.

Virtual Small Groups for Adults

Rector’s Bible Study

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The Rev. W. Frank Allen leads this study which meets year round.

Meeting ID: 501 627 107
Password: frank

Lectionary Bible Study

} 11:15am

Dr. Craig Laird leads a small group in-depth study and discussion on the passages of the day. No preparation necessary and you do not have to commit for the whole year.

Join on Zoom:
Meeting ID: 947 7780 4874

Mindfulness Virtual Meditation Class

} 9:00am
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Mindfulness Meditation sessions include teaching and meditations on such subjects as finding focus through Mindfulness of the Breath and the Body, Mindfulness of Emotions, Gratitude, LovingKindness, Self-Compassion and Compassion for others, and Forgiveness. Our virtual sangha is a safe, supportive, and inclusive community – your presence is welcome as often as you choose to show up. We meet Tuesdays at 11am and Fridays at 9am for 30-45 minutes (depending on the time spent in group discussion). Please join us!

Join Tuesday:
Meeting ID: 814 0520 5550
Join Friday:
Meeting ID: 203-253-5369

Women’s Bible Study

} 9:30am
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All women are invited to join this group as we continue the study of the Gospel of Luke together, grow in our relationship with God and one another, and support one another through prayer and community. Two options available for women to join: in-person (outside in the Outdoor Chapel or in inclement weather in the Harrison Room) or on Zoom. You don’t have to commit to one of the times–and can switch between them as needed–but please let the Rev. Emily know of your interest to join the in-person group for planning purposes.
Meeting ID: 622-715-366
Password: genesis

Centering Prayer with Buff Barnes

Monday, 7:00pm | Wednesdays, 8:15am

Centering prayer is a prayer of consent that draws one into the presence of God. We gather twice a week to share the silence of centering prayer. After an opening reading, we have 20 minutes of silence and close our time by saying the Lord’s Prayer together. If you are new to this prayer practice, we will provide instruction. All are welcome to join us!
Join Monday:
Meeting ID: 817 2768 9648
Password: 015753
Join Wednesday:
Meeting ID: 940 0643 9521
Password: 153011

Men’s Bible Study

} 7:00am

The Friday Morning Men’s Fellowship Bible Study provides a small group setting as a catalyst for spiritual growth and fellowship among the men of St David’s. Our goal is to promote an environment where both lifelong Christians and brand new Christians can ask questions, get answers, make friends and increase in their knowledge and love of Christ.

Meeting ID: 970-622-059
Passowrd: proverbs

Beyond the Book Small Group

3rd Saturdays (Live)
} 10:30am
2nd Monday (Virtual)
} 7:00pm

All women of St. David’s are invited to join other women for support, spiritual discussion, prayer, and fellowship in this once-a-month reading and discussion group. The 2020-21 theme for the year is The Way of Love, so Beyond the Book will read Love Heals, by Becca Stevens. Questions? Email the Rev. Emily at

Meeting ID: 967-6862-0515

Virtual Small Groups for Youth

High School Youth Group

} 7:00pm

In High School Youth Group, we discuss the issues facing students and how God is at work in our day-to-day lives.
Meeting ID: 637-366-456
Password: stdyg

St. David’s Worship Service Live Stream

Evening Prayer Service: Wednesdays, 6:30pm
Sunday Morning Worship: Sundays, 9:15am

How We Support Others

St. John’s Feeding Ministry
St. David’s is one of several churches that provide a lunch program with food for the hungry. Before COVID-19, parishioners and staff would serve lunch on the first, fourth, and fifth Wednesday of each month with casseroles and soups made by St. David’s parishioners to feed between 80 and 150 individuals. Volunteers are now making bag lunches consisting of turkey sandwiches, a snack, fruit, and dessert which are then delivered to St. John’s for distribution. The church has been paying for the supplies for these bag lunches. Unfortunately, we cannot accept food donations from parishioners due to health code concerns. We would greatly appreciate monetary donations to help cover the cost of these supplies.

Please donate online by clicking here. Be sure to select ‘COVID Outreach Fund’ under ‘Funds,’ and indicate that your donation is for St. John’s Soup Kitchen in the Memo line. Or mail your contribution directly to St. David’s, 763 South Valley Forge Road, Wayne, PA 19087.
Contact: Maurice Dyer |

Philadelphia Cathedral Food Pantry
The Philadelphia Cathedral is collecting non-perishable items such as tuna fish, peanut butter, jelly in plastic jars, hot or cold cereal, and crackers. If able, please drop off donations in font of the Chapel on the Narthex porch.
Contact: Maurice Dyer |
Project Ensonga
The Project Ensonga Sewing Ministry is in need of volunteers to help sew reusable feminine hygiene products for girls in Uganda. Currently, the group is also sewing reusable masks for nurses and doctors who are helping to battle COVID-19. They could also use Jo-Ann Fabrics gift cards, underwear, and washcloth donations. Click here to donate online.
Contact: Leslie Roy |
St. Mary’s Food Pantry
St. Mary’s Food Pantry in Chester, PA is in need of canned food items and toiletries for the needy in the area. If able, please drop off donations in the front of the Chapel on the Narthex Porch.
Click here for the Amazon Wish List >
Contact: Ned Miller |
Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN)
IHN is in need of monetary donations to cover utilities and operations while homeless families shelter in place at the IHN Day Care Center in Norritown. If able, please mail donations to: IHN-ML, 1449 DeKalb Street, Norristown, PA 19401 or online by clicking here.
Contact: Cindy McCallum |
Surrey Services for Seniors
Surrey has increased outreach and new virtual programming to help older adults in our communities. These programs include providing Grab and Go lunches to seniors free of charge, check-in calls for older adults, exercises and programs to do at home, and other in-home services. To get involved, click below.
Contact: Mary Galligan |
Safe Harbor of West Chester
Parishioners prepare home-cooked meals for clients of this West Chester, PA shelter. Safe Harbor’s mission encompasses food, shelter, and individualized action plans to help people rebuild life skills, reestablish self-esteem, and overcome issues that prevent them from leading independent productive lives.
Contact: The Rev. Maurice Dyer |

How We Can Support Ourselves

PA Department of Drug & Alcohol: COVID-19 Virtual Recovery Resources
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Online Recovery Support Groups: Virtual Recovery Support Information
Click here >
SE Pennsylvania, PRO-ACT: PRO-A for Southeastern PA
Click here >
Addiction Policy Forum App: Smartphone App to Help with Recovery
Click here >
PA Department of Drug & Alcohol: Facebook Page with Support Links
Click here >
Faces and Voices of Recovery: Helping Eliminate the Stigma of Recovery
Click here >
Western PA Message Carriers: Advocacy and Recovery-Related Services
Click here >
Adult Children of Alcoholics: Online and Telephone Meetings
Click here >
SAMHSA Links: Multiple Helpful Links
Click here >
PRO-A: Pennsylvania Recovery Organizations Alliance
Click here >
RASE Project: A Voice for the Anonymous Recovering Population.
Click here >
Al-Anon: Electronic and Phone Meetings for Al-Anon Families
Click here >
We are a church on a mission to know God in Jesus Christ and make Christ known to others.