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Discipleship Groups

St. David's has several discipleship building organizations; Education for Minsitry, Daughters of the King, and Brotherhood of St. Andrew. These three programs ask for a long term committment and are dedicated to growing disciples dedicated to prayer, spreading the gospel, and service.

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Education for Ministry

Mondays
Beginning September 11
6:00 p.m.
Bethany Room


EfM is an adult, Christian, distance learning education program of the School of Theology of the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee.

This four-year program is a dynamic blend of Bible study, church history, theology, worship, prayer, and theological reflection.  There are openings for two first-year students this Fall.

Classes will begin Mid- September and will be led by Steve and Betty Cunningham. For more information, ple

ase get in touch with Steve Cunningham.

​Past graduates have found the EfM experience to be a profound learning experience and spiritually transformative. St. David’s has proudly sponsored an EfM class for 35 years.

Daughters of the King

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Meets monthly on Saturday Mornings

10:30 a.m.

Grace Hall

The Order of the Daughters of the King was founded by the Episcopal Church in 1885 to be an extension of Christ’s kingdom through prayer, service and evangelism. Daughters of the King, in a lifetime vow, pledge to undertake a spiritual discipline that incorporates a Rule of Life through the Rule of Prayer and the Rule of Service. ​

St. David's Daughters of the King, Grace Chapter offers Discernment Classes, Half Day Retreats at Advent and Lent, and publishes prayers at regular intervals for the parish. If you would like to learn more about DoK's learning opportunities or how to join the Daughters, please contact Gloria Mongole.

Brotherhood of St. Andrew

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2nd and 4th Mondays of the month

7:30-9:00 p.m.

Grace Hall

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is a ministry for the spread of Christ's kingdom among men and boys in the Episcopal / Anglican communion and is grounded in prayer and service. The Brotherhood meets bi-monthly for Bible Study, prayer, and to plan service activities. 

For any questions or for more information, please contact Patrick Cathcart.

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