Epiphany 2022

The Right Rev. Robert C. Wright at St. David’s

Sunday, Feb. 6

  • 9 a.m. Bishop Wright will preach in worship service, Historic Church
  • 10 a.m. Lecture
  • 11:15 a.m. Bishop Wright will preach in worship service, Historic Church.
  • Lecture recordings will be available about a week after the event on stdave.org/eckhardt.

Learn more about Bishop Wright and the Eckhardt Mission Series.

Adult Classes

Sunday Lectures – 10 A.M. Zoom/Crail C

Feb 13 – (NEW LECTURE) Pilgrimage and Hiking as Spiritual Practice. Presented by the Rev. Angela Cortiñas. This lecture will explore both pilgrimage and hiking as a means to reconnect with the awe and wonder of the divine, creation, and each other. It will explore pilgrimage and its correlation to our own spiritual journeys as well as how we can achieve both mental, spiritual, and physical wholeness through it. 

Feb 20 – Angels and Demons: What do scripture, tradition, and reason have to say?
The Rev. Santi Rodriguez will explore the fundamental teachings on angels and demons from their creation, nature, and function to their appearances in the Old and the New Testaments. 

Feb 27 – Anti-Racism Task Force, “I will, with God’s Help: Helping Texas to Vote” 
Voting is the cornerstone of democracy, a fundamental way for the voices of the people to be heard, and a Christian obligation. Join the Task Force on Anti-Racism as they affirm the theological foundation of their work on voting access: removing obstacles to registration, participating in Get Out The Vote efforts, and making sure that the voices of all communities are heard. 

FILM SCREENING – My Name is Pauli Murray

Wednesday, Feb. 16, 6-8 p.m., Crail C

Overlooked by history, Pauli Murray was a legal trailblazer whose ideas influenced RBG’s fight for gender equality and Thurgood Marshall’s civil rights arguments.  This is a portrait of their impact as a non-binary luminary: lawyer, activist, poet, and Episcopal priest who transformed our world.

This film screening and discussion is part of the Open Table formation program.

Wednesday Night Bible Study

Jan. 5-Feb. 23, The Gospel of John, 6:30-7:30 pm, Zoom/Library

Fr. Chuck, Fr. Chad, Fr. Dan, Fr. Santi, Dr. Amy, and Dr. Mona will take turns teaching through the Gospel of John during the season of Epiphany

Exploring the Episcopal Liturgy

Annual Parish Meeting

Children & Youth

Welcome New Director of Youth Ministry

Youth are invited to join Kelsey in the Youth Room on Sundays for formation at 10 a.m. and Wednesdays for Middle and High School EYC (Episcopal Youth Community) at 5:30 p.m.

Social Groups and Serving the Community


Working in conjunction with the City of Austin and Front Steps, St. David’s will open its doors to homeless women on freezing nights when the Cold Weather Shelter (CWS) system is activated.


  • Share the WarmthBlankets Needed
    St. David’s Cold Weather Shelter needs blankets to help our neighbors stay warm throughout the nights when the system is activated. Donations of new or gently used blankets or quilts can be dropped off by the front desk. We can make a difference together to help our neighbors stay warm this winter.
  • Volunteer – Serve evening or overnight shifts (6-10 p.m. or 7 p.m.-7 a.m.) providing hospitality or overnight monitoring for up to 25 women who are experiencing homelessness. The city would screen and process participants and test for COVID-19. Read the CWS Volunteer Guide for details.

    To help provide a warm inviting environment in the Gym please contact Father Santi Rodriguez

Photo Credit: Brian Gorychka


Throughout the month of February, we will be collecting laundry detergent (pods of any brand are much preferred!) and dryer sheets for our ongoing Laundry Love ministry! You can drop off the supplies in the lobby of the church or order them online and have them sent to the church in the care of St. David’s Laundry Love.

Additionally, if you’d like to make a Valentine or write a note of encouragement to our Laundry Love participants, those will be given out at the February Laundry Love event.

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