Sunday Morning Meditation
For all beginning, experienced, and curious meditators. Join fellow contemplatives for silent prayer learn more at The Abbey or by contacting .
Men’s Bible Study
The Middle Place
Sundays, 10 a.m.
This group is for people aged 35-55, or thereabouts, to discuss the happenings and challenges that adults in this life-stage frequently face. From careers to family relationships, personal development, parenting, or caring for aging parents, people in this age range typically lead a fast-paced life with competing demands. Contact .
Wednesday Night Bible Study
This group dives deep into topics and books of the bible. Everyone is welcome to join, no matter your experience with scripture. All points of view and levels of expertise are welcome. Visit The Abbey to register.
Wednesday Evening Prayer
Join St. David’s worship leaders for Evening Prayer every Wednesday.
Learn more on our online worship page.
Daughters of the King
1st Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m.
Daughters of the King is an order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the Historic Episcopate. Each daughter takes a lifetime vow to live by the Rule of the Order, which requires a spiritual discipline of daily prayer, service, and evangelism. At this time, the meetings are virtual and, once it is safe, will resume in-person. Contact .
Intercessory Prayer Group
This time is for reflection and intercession, where we pray for everyone who has submitted prayer request cards on Sunday. Intercessory Prayer is an extraordinary ministry because it draws us close to our Lord and it changes us from within. If interested, contact .
Education For Ministry (EFM)
Learn more about EfM at The Abbey. Looking for something different in the way of Christian education? Want to dig deeper into the Christian faith, studying the New and Old Testaments, church history, theological ideas, and reflect on connecting faith with life experiences? Education for Ministry (EfM) may be calling you. EfM is one of the best programs in the Episcopal Church for adult lay members to learn to think theologically about the surrounding world.