Welcome to St. David’s
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
Do you have items to donate to the 7th Annual Bazaar?
Now is the time to get your next-to-new donations ready (including BOOKS). Beginning this weekend, you can drop off items in classroom 3, north of the kitchen. After October 30, you can also bring items to the tables in the back hall and east classroom. Office hours are 10-2 weekdays. If you have a key, let yourself in anytime! Baked goods can be brought during the day on Friday, Nov. 4.
For the 30 days leading up to the election, Forward Movement (the group who prints Forward Day by Day) is calling Episcopalians and others to join in a time of prayer. They have compiled lovely prayers from our Book of Common Prayer in a special handout and we will be inserting these in our service bulletins for the next few weeks. Please take them home and use them. Whatever our politics, as Christians we always have something we can do. We can pray.
Sharon Koepke will be taking orders the weekend of October 15 at all services! Payment is due with order. Make checks payable to Doorstep. Items will be delivered the weekend of November 4th.
The September Super Saints Social Lunch will be on Sunday, October 16th. Please join us!
Last month’s turnout was wonderful! Please join us for our 3rd Sunday lunch following the 10:30 service. (A light breakfast will be offered at our normal 8:30 breakfast time). This is the same day as the Ministry Fair, so come have a great meal and fellowship, while possibly discovering a new ministry that piques your interest!
Coming Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 15-16 is the St. David’s Ministry Fair. All of our ministry groups are invited to set up a table in the Parish Hall to share information about what each involves, bring awareness to all the wonderful and fun activities happening at St. David’s, and give you an opportunity to ask questions.
On Saturday, Sept. 24, the Junior Daughters of the King visited the Topeka Rescue Mission Distribution Center to deliver 20 shoe boxes of “necessities” for girls residing at the Hope Center. We want to thank all St. Davidians for their support through cash and noncash donations for this project. More information and pictures will be in the November issue of The Messenger.