Season After Epiphany at St. David’s

  • Epiphany 2022

    Eckhardt Mission Series

    Speaker: The Rt. Rev. Robert C. Wright, Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta

    UPDATE: The Eckhardt lectures will be moved to Bethell Hall and recorded

    Saturday, Feb. 5

    Sunday, Feb. 6

    • 9 a.m. Bishop Wright will preach in Historic Church
    • 10 a.m. Lecture Bethell Hall
    • 11:15 a.m. Bishop Wright will preach in Historic Church.

    Learn more about Bishop Wright and the Eckhardt Mission Series.

    Annual Parish Meeting

    Sunday, Jan. 30, Crail Hall and Zoom, 10:15 a.m.
    The Annual Parish Meeting gives the parish community a chance to learn more about the ministries, programs, outreach efforts, and financial overview of St. David’s Church.

    Members on-site at the meeting will elect five Vestry members for three-year terms. In addition, we will elect two Diocesan Council delegates and one alternate. One delegate position is for an unexpired term, the others are for a four-year term.

    We will have no other formation or breakfast. Pastries and coffee will be available.

    Update: To watch via Zoom webinar please register early and a link will be emailed to you.

    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. 

    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

    Sundays, Jan. 9-23, 10 a.m., Zoom/Bethell Hall

    Three-part interactive exploration of the Episcopal liturgy, with a particular focus on the service of Holy Eucharist. For those new to the Episcopal Church or curious to know more! Led by The Rev. Santi Rodriguez and Dr. Amy Moehnke.

    Watch the series online

    Children & Youth

    Welcome New Director of Youth Ministry

    Our new Director of Youth Ministry, Kelsey Cooper, starts on Jan. 1 and will be introduced to the community during worship services on Jan. 9. 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

    Laundry Love

    Join volunteers 5:30-7:30 p.m. at SpinZone, 2424 S. Congress Make a mundane chore an evening of joy. You’ll hand out quarters/ soap, entertain children, serve snacks. Contact laundrylove