Join us as we build bridges from St. David’s Episcopal Church into the world beyond our walls with a variety of volunteer opportunities. For information on Outreach, visit our Bridge Builders Facebook Page and email us at email@example.com.
The topic of immigration has ramifications at our city, state, national, and global level. In response to this, members of St. David’s have already found ways to serve as Christ has called us. Visit our Immigration page to find opportunities and resources to help you get involved. Please feel free to contact Cameron Spoor if you wish to inquire about any of these endeavors.
Trusted Avenues of Responses:
5:30 p.m., last Thursday of every month
Join volunteers at SpinZone laundry, 2424 S. Congress, as they make a mundane chore an evening of joy. You’ll hand out quarters and soap, help entertain children and serve snacks. Contact Amy Moehnke.
Foundation Communities Brunch:
11 a.m.- 1 p.m., fourth Saturday of every month
Summon your inner Top Chef to join others cooking and serving brunch to 45 residents of Arbor Terrace, a complex for single adults transitioning away from homelessness. Adrian Buchanan organizes the rotating crew, which cooks at home, meets at the complex (2501 S Interstate 35 Frontage Rd, 78741) and serves the meal together to a most grateful bunch. Contact Adrian Buchanan.
Bedtime Story Brigade:
6:15 – 8 p.m., second Sunday of every month. Share an evening of bedtime stories, crafts, milk, and cookies with homeless children at the Salvation Army family shelter. We depart from the St. David’s lobby promptly at 6:30 p.m. to walk to the shelter together and return to St. David’s by 8 p.m. Contact Bedtime Story Brigade for more details.
Knitting for Those in Need:
Join the Agnes Guild on the last Saturday of every month at 10 a.m. in the Guild Room. We knit prayer shawls, preemie hats, scarves, hats and mittens for those in need. To find out more about the Agnes Guild contact Judith Cayton or visit the Agnes Guild page.
We meet approximately quarterly to plan events, share ideas, and develop strategies to further our greening effort. Email Kathy Cramer to learn meeting details and to attend. Visit the Environmental Guild page for photos and details about us.
Trinity Center Cold Weather Shelter Provides a warm, inviting environment and a meal for women at Trinity Center on weekend nights when the temperature is below freezing. Volunteers serve evening or overnight.
Kids Hope: Mentor an at-risk elementary school student for one hour per week during his or her lunch period at Travis Heights Elementary (3 miles south of St. David’s) Application, background check and training required. Questions? Email Martha Salazar.
The Amos Guild: Meet regularly to discuss social justice issues facing our community and to plan advocacy actions. To attend an upcoming discussion, email Dorothy Doolittle. View the Amos Guild page for more details.