Welcome to St. David’s

Our Vision:
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

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Performing for the first time at Grace Cathedral, concert pianist Robert Weirich will present a program featuring music of the great masters: Schubert, Mozart, and Chopin. Dr. Weirich’s concert at Grace Cathedral on Sunday, September 24 at 3 p.m., is the next installment in the GREAT SPACES Music & Arts Series. He will perform on the Cathedral’s Steinway Concert Grand piano. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students, and children 12 and younger are free. Tickets will be available at the door (cash or check) or in advance with credit card by visiting www.GreatSpaces.org.

Program:

~Étude in A-flat Major, Op. 25, No. 1 (“Aeolian Harp”), by Frederic Chopin

~Rondo in A Minor, K. 11, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

~Sonata in A Major, D. 959, by Franz Schubert

Robert Weirich performs at venues and music festivals throughout the United States to rave reviews. In addition to touring, he currently holds an endowed chair in Piano at UMKC Conservatory.

20 Sep 2017

Let’s Help

brownie-clipart-brownies-free-clip-artWednesday,  27 September, is the August turn for St. David’s to serve at Let’s Help.

Your help is asked for desert – BROWNIES!!

Brownies can be delivered to the church until Wednesday morning at 10:0am.  Please put them on the table out in front of the office.

18 Sep 2017

Youth Activities

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Youth Group Overnight this Friday, Sept. 22, at Grace Cathedral. Drop off at 6 p.m. Friday and pick up by 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 23. Please let Stacie Davis or Chris Escalante know if you are coming.


Youth can sign-up to be a part of the Official Youth Presence at Diocesan Convention, October 20-21 in Topeka. Youth in grades 8-12 are invited to help out at Diocesan Conven tion as acolytes and pages. It’s an excellent way to learn more about the Episcopal Church and meet lots of people from around the diocese. Youth participation is paid for by the diocese.  More information can be found by cliking HERE.

15 Sep 2017

Social Media Sunday

SociaMediaSundaySept. 24, Social Media Sunday, is the day set aside for Christians everywhere to use digital devices intentionally to share their life of faith with the world. Started at Trinity Episcopal Church in Tariffville, Conn., in 2013, Social Media Sunday has grown since then to include people of faith everywhere.

With more than 2.3 billion users of social media around the globe and 1 million new social mobile users added each day, going into the world to share good news requires using new tools to be where people are.

What can people do on Social Media Sunday to share their faith?

Facebook: check-in and update your status to let your friends know you are at church, or share a short video

Twitter: tweet parts of the sermon

Instagram: share a photo or selfie from your church, or create an Insta story of the service

Snapchat: snap a story from the service

YouTube: video a snippet of the service – maybe of the choir – on your phone and upload it

Pinterest: make a Pinboard of your church and share something from your church’s website

Hashtag: be certain to use #SMS17 on everything you post

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On Sunday, September 17, 2017, Norman and Jo Ann Hemmer will be celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary from 1:30-3:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. No gifts, please!

In recent weeks we have realized anew that racism is alive and well in America today. The events in Charlottesville are perhaps the most visible signs we have seen, but a great deal of racism is underground, hidden in our thoughts, assumptions and passive complicity.  Please join us on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m.  (Sept 17- October 8) for Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s program “Spirituality and Racial Justice.”  Each session will begin with a brief video segment by Bishop Curry, followed by discussion. Come learn and share around this important issue.
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6 Sep 2017

Sunday School!!!

Sunday School for children and youth begins on September 10.

Adult Education begins September 17.

5 Sep 2017

All Women Welcome!

dok_logoThe Daughters of the King will host a coffee on Saturday, September 9, at 10:30 a.m. in the Parish Hall. This is an opportunity to get together and also to learn more about the Daughters of the King. The fare will be varied as each Daughter is bringing a food to share. Come and enjoy the fellowship!

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The suggested item to donate to Doorstep this month is canned fruits and vegetables. Tomatoes, peas, mixed veggies, and potatoes are often mentioned as being in short supply. Any canned fruits are fine. And any non-perishable food items are always welcome.

There are still so many families in our city who struggle to put food on the table, so whatever you can donate will go to good use. Please place all items in the donation boxes. Thank you for your generosity!