Below is a list of some of our social groups at St. David’s. Please use the accompanying contact email to let us know you are interested in participating.
The Foyer Groups are not meeting in-person until the church building re-opens, for more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Foyer Groups are a fun and easy way for 10-12 parishioners to gather together on a regular but informal basis for purely social reasons – to enjoy one another’s company, to strengthen bonds of community, to meet new members, and just to get to know other people who share a common interest in St. David’s but with whom we might not otherwise interact. Groups are made up of singles, couples, young people, retired folks, etc., in other words, a cross section of the parish.
To join an online meeting contact group leader email@example.com.
A fellowship group for couples, singles, and families, gay and straight, young and old. We have informal coffee meet-ups in Holy Grounds (St. David’s coffee shop, opposite the front desk) on the second Sunday of each month. All are also invited to join us for biannual potlucks — one in the summer and one at Christmas. This group is characterized by their hospitality.
To join an online meeting contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Usually meets on the 2nd Sunday of the month at 11:30 a.m. to discuss first-run films with interesting theological and ethical content.
To join an online meeting contact email@example.com. A fellowship group for adults age 50 and up. They hold potluck suppers, attend musical events, and try to take advantage of Austin’s offerings. For newcomers, as well as long-time members.
To join an online meeting contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
An intergenerational group of women who usually meet the 1st Wednesday each month for dinner and small group conversations on varying topics. Please visit the Women’s Group page for more information.
To join an online meeting contact email@example.com.
For writers, aspiring or accomplished, published or hoping, poet or novelist, book or screen; the guild usually meets weekly to share work and receive feedback and encouragement.