~1 Thessalonians 5:11
St. David’s is a welcoming parish whose members are God-centered and infused with spiritual energy. The parish seeks to meet the needs of all parishioners for Christian fellowship and encourage members to participate in the community of faith.
Welcome & Connect
Volunteers greet and welcome visitors and newcomers to St. David’s, orienting them to the community. Newcomer Dinners are held both fall and spring and Newcomer classes are offered in the fall and spring. Newcomers are paired with shepherds and guides to help facilitate their entry into the St. David’s community.
All singles, 55+ years of age, gather for activities such as: dinners, picnics, game nights, trips and more. On Sunday evenings, this group meets for Bridge.
This group has a mission “to become fishers of men.” They are dedicated to creating opportunities for men to develop vital friendships, personal integrity, and Christ-centered growth. During a traditional program year, activities include: monthly breakfasts, a weekly Bible study, special events such as retreats, and cookouts.
Men’s Fellowship Breakfast
(Currently on hold due to COVID) Once per month, the men get together for a breakfast provided by St. David’s, and listen to a motivational speaker. These breakfasts are held either online or in-person. Check the Events page for more information on upcoming breakfasts.
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.
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 group provides opportunities for women to grow in their relationship with God and to support and encourage each other in their lives as Christian women. During a traditional program year, activities include: breakfasts, retreats, a weekly Bible study, on-site fellowship events and off-site trips such as Broadway shows and museum tours.
MATCH (Mothers and Their Children)
MATCH is a subgroup of Women’s Fellowship for mothers. During a traditional program year, the group meets Wednesday afternoons for fellowship, prayer, conversation, and outreach projects.
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