Bishop Wolfe visited St. David’s today,during which he confirmed 12 people, received 2 people into our communion, and reaffirmed baptismal vows. Prior to that he had breakfast with all of them. What a handsome bunch!
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With God’s help,
we strive to be servants of Jesus Christ.
We seek joyful worship,
faithful teaching and continued learning.
We create an accepting and loving fellowship
where there is a place at the table for every person.
Recent News & Announcements
This weekend is Bishop Wolfe’s visit to St. David’s!
We have several people that will be confirmed and/or received during his visit.
Due to this, we will only have the 10:30am Sunday service this weekend. The Saturday 5pm and Sunday 8am services will not be held. All services will resume starting next weekend (Oct 10 – 11).
Please come on Sunday at 10:30 to meet the Bishop, and congratulate the newly confirmed and received!!
Beginning this morning (9/30), we will have a company working on waterproofing the exterior west wall of the south stairwell. This means there may be a lot of activity by the exterior office door. For safety, if you want into the building please use the west entrance doors (the ones that open into the main parking lot). This should not last more than a few days; the contractor stated they should be done by the weekend.
Remember that this Sunday (9/27) we are having a meal in the Parish Hall following the 10:30am service. The menu is pulled pork and all the fixin’s. Join us for another opportunity for fellowship and a delicious meal, prepared by Scott Davis, Spencer Duncan and “the crew”!
Breakfast will not be served this Sunday because of this, but you are welcome to bring in your breakfast and eat at the church if you’d like!!
The Service for Fr. Page has been scheduled for 11:00am, next Friday, September 25, at St. David’s Episcopal Church.
Please keep Mary, and their children, grandchildren and great grandchildren — and all who loved Fr. Page — in your prayers.
“May his soul, and the souls of all the departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.”
Grace and Peace,