“I just wanted to say thank you for how welcoming you and your congregation were when we visited the family service this past Sunday. The service and your people were such a refreshing change of pace for our family. Keep up the good work!” – Jon
Welcome to St. David’s Episcopal Church. The first thing we would have you know is that you are welcome in this place! Whether you are visiting from Austin or from out-of-town, new to the Christian faith, or seeking a Church home, we invite you to explore St. David’s. Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, we hope that you will accompany us.
We offer a three-week class designed to answer your questions about St. David’s and the Episcopal Church. Classes meet on Sundays at 10:25-11:10 a.m. Contact the Rev. Katie Wright for more details.
August 13: Welcome to St. David’s
August 20: Worship and Beliefs
August 27: Service and Outreach
Sunday Information Table
Visit our information table on Sunday mornings 10:25-11:05 a.m. in Sumners Hall. Volunteers will be there to share information about St. David’s. Plus, we’ll have a different activity each week.
1st Sunday: BUILDING TOUR – 10:30 a.m.
2nd Sunday: GETTING PLUGGED IN – Online Connections
3rd Sunday: CHURCH FINANCES – Stewardship & Budgets
4th Sunday: NEWCOMER BREAKFAST – For those who have attended St. David’s for less than a year.
These classes are designed for people who are new to the Episcopal Church or the Christian faith. They also serve as confirmation and baptism preparation for those who need or desire more education. But, they are open to everyone no matter how long you’ve been in the church. No registration is required, but it is helpful.Classes meet at 10:25 – 11:10 a.m. in Crail A.
Upcoming dates include:
September 10-24: Intro to the Bible
October 1-29: Intro to the Episcopal Church
November 5, 19, 26: Intro to the Book of Common Prayer
November 12: Confirmation with Bishop Dena Harrison
December 10-17: Intro to the Liturgical Year
About the Episcopal Church
The Episcopal Church is the American province of the Anglican Communion, a worldwide body of over 70 million Christians who trace their origins to the Church of England. Often, The Episcopal Church is called a “bridge church” between Roman Catholicism and Protestant denominations. This is because much Episcopal theology is Protestant in nature, while much of Episcopal worship, spiritual practice, and church structure resembles Catholicism. As a result, individuals and families from a variety of backgrounds will find in the Episcopal Church a home that honors their own faith tradition while providing a new source of shared nourishment.
About St. David’s
St. David’s strives to be a welcoming and diverse community, offering a variety of worship, fellowship, education, and ministry opportunities. Therefore we invite you to join with us as we “seek and serve Christ in all persons.” We’d like to get to know you, too! Please email the Rev. Katie Wright, or fill out a Guest Card (found in the pews and around our Church building.) We thank you for your interest in St. David’s, and look forward to an opportunity to welcome you personally.