Young Adults Group
St. David’s has a growing number of young adults who are active in our faith and local community. Join us for fun and fellowship together! We do monthly events (some past examples: game night, axe throwing, and more).
The Coffee Hour Ministry provides coffee and refreshments after the 9:15 am Chapel service on Sundays.
Mothers and Their Children (MATCH)
MATCH is a subgroup of Women’s Fellowship for mothers. The group meets Wednesday afternoons during the program year for fellowship, prayer and conversation.
The Newcomer Ministry greets and welcomes guests, as well as potential and new members of St. David’s, orienting them to our community. Newcomer Dinners are held several times per year.
Is for all singles, 40+ years of age. Activities include: dinners, picnics, game nights, trips and more. On Sunday evenings, this group meets for Bridge.
Supper Club Fellowship
Brings parishioners together several times a year to enjoy food, fellowship and a chance to meet new friends.
The St. David’s Country Fair & Auction
Our annual Country Fair & Auction is the oldest continuous church fair in the state. This year’s fair is on October 5th, 2019 and offers a variety of events and specialties. The proceeds go to support our local and international outreach and is a ministry to the entire community.
Wine & Dine Fellowship
Meets in parishioners homes for Christian fellowship, a meal, and home Eucharist, shared together in a relaxed setting.
Breaking Bread Together: Small Group Suppers
Are you interested in a new fellowship ministry for adults that involves meeting new people or connecting with old friends in homes over a shared dinner? Would you like to connect with more people at St. David’s in a small group setting and help build a “community for the world”? If so, Small Group Suppers are for you! Sign up below to host or be a dinner guest! The first dinners will be on Sunday, October 20 at 6PM. Participants will be grouped into small groups and be assigned a host. Singles, friends, or couples can register.
Men’s Fellowship is a group of friends on a mission. We have fun together to get to know each other. We also work together to extend the goodness of the God and St. David’s Church beyond the pew. Some “Hammer & Nails” projects include refurbishing the rector of St. Gabriel’s house in North Philadelphia and various painting projects at St. James School. Believe me when I tell you that we also have fun together too – from BBQs to fishing trips to tennis. We welcome you. Join us for the fun and stay for the soul-fulfilling joy in the good works we do together.
Men’s Fellowship Breakfast
Once per month, the men get together for a breakfast provided by St. David’s, and listen to a motivational speaker.
Men’s Fellowship Bible Study
The goal of the men’s bible study is to promote an environment where both lifelong Christians and new Christians can ask questions, get answers, make friends, and increase their knowledge and love in Christ.
Men’s Fly Fishing
Once per year, the men’s fellowship group offers a fly fishing event at a local lake for the weekend or just for the day. Cost to be determined at time of the event.
Dads & Kids Campouts
Twice per month in the spring and fall, dads gather their kids together for an overnight campout. All of the campout fixings are included, such as hot dogs, hamburgers, s’mores, and more!
All Parish Work Day
Twice per year, both men and women can join us for our all parish work day. This work day could include planting new trees, cleaning the church windows, or tidying up the graveyard.
This is done through a variety of activities. All women of St. David’s and the community are welcome to attend!
For more information about Women’s Fellowship, please contact Peggy Sukonik by email at email@example.com or call 610-937-2060.
MATCH (Mothers and Their Children)
MATCH is a group for mothers to meet, socialize, and share the joys and struggles that come with being a mom. After we meet in the Youth Lounge for an hour, we head to the Undercroft to enjoy dinner together and socialize at the cost of $5 per person, $20 max per family. There is childcare provided in the nursery, where kids enjoy playing with one another and are provided dinner by the nursery staff.
Women’s Bible Study
Join Emily in the Center for Spiritual Growth for coffee, tea, and goodies to meet new women and talk about what women’s Bible study will be in this new year. All women are invited to join this group as we study a book of the Bible together, grow in our relationship with God and one another, and support one another through prayer and community. Childcare available. Please let Emily know if you need childcare at firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-588-2259.
Join the women for a retreat in November! Featuring De Yarrison of You Are Made New, the theme of this retreat is ‘Claiming My Identity in Christ.’ During the retreat, we will grow in the skills of self-compassion, self-acceptance and self-love by taking a deep dive into the Truth of who we are in Christ.
C.S. Lewis On Stage: The Most Reluctant Convert
Using C.S. Lewis’ own words, award-winning actor Max McLean brings the brilliant Oxford Don to life, taking us on his extraordinary journey from hard-boiled atheist to “the most reluctant convert in all England.” Run time: 80 minutes with no intermission. The performance is followed by a post-show discussion with Max Mclean. If attendees are willing to drive, or if there are any questions, contact Hannah Hepburn.
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