“When I walk down the hall overlooking the labyrinth, I always chuckle when I see the poster on the wall of the Harp in Bethell and the caption, “Come for the Harp, stay for the Holy.” I came to St David’s expecting only the Harp…happily, I found a lot more than the harp. I found the Holy and the love of Christ alive, robust, and changing the lives of a vibrant Christian community.” – Lynn S.
At the heart of St. David’s mission is the commitment to serve the least among us. That’s reflected in our eternal connection with Trinity Center, which serves the downtown homeless, in the annual grants that the Next to New Shop awards to local non-profits and in our support of our brothers and sisters in Malawi .
On a local level, Bridge Builders organizes meaningful outreach projects and drives that allow parishioners to go beyond the church walls to serve as the hands and feet of Jesus, whether that means cooking brunch for a group transitioning out of homelessness, planting a garden in an affordable housing complex, serving as a mentor to an at-risk child or refurbishing a school playground. Current Volunteer Opportunities
Working with the Environmental Guild helps all of us leave the planet better for our children.
Through the Amos Guild, you can work toward social justice by serving as a voice for those who often are not heard.
St. Agnes Guild
Knitters gather the last Saturday of the month to make prayer shawls preemie hats, scarves, hats, and mittens and other articles for those in need. Contact Judith Cayton for more information.
Find out more about Next-to-New, Trinity Center, Warm Heart International
We welcome everyone, regardless of age or ability, to join us. Working beside others in smaller groups is a great way to build your sense of community at St. David’s as you befriend those who only yesterday were strangers in the next pew.