Connections Café is a class for new members, visitors, and all who would like to know more about St. David’s. All classes are stand alone, so if you are not able to attend all three classes please attend as you can. Come take a tour of the church, hear about all our ministries, and enjoy special guest speakers.
Women’s and Men’s Retreats
The women’s and men’s retreats promote and support the spiritual growth of the men and women of St. David’s while encouraging community. The retreats strive to equip the participants with practical spiritual tools that they may take back home and implement in their daily lives.
Young Adult Ministry
Are you in the age range of 18-30? Looking for a place to connect and grow closer to St. David’s and your faith? The Young Adult Ministry is for YOU! The goal of this ministry is to create a network for those who feel they’re in that “in-between” spot (e.g. “I’m too old for youth group, but I’m also too young for
groups like ‘Tweeners’”)
If you are between 30 and 59ish (with a few years experience)…please join this group for a fellowship opportunity—usually a themed potluck supper in a parishioner's home.
Women of Wonder
Calling All Moms!
We want YOU!! WOW (Women of Wonder!) 2.0. Let’s come together and share in the joy and challenge of raising children. We will have time for informal fellowship, as well as time for intentional conversation and devotion. Please email Sara Greene at JSGreene6@gmail.com for more info.
A new ministry to encourage and make available opportunities for our parishioners to spend time outdoors together, with the intention of allowing nature to affect us in positive ways and create healthy living habits. The ministry provides outings, trips and events to be held in the open air. Our outings are open to all parishioners, including families, singles and partners - all are welcome.
All men of the parish are welcome to attend the
Saturday Morning Men's Bible Study via Zoom!
The Saturday Morning Men's Bible Study meets virtually via Zoom every Saturday for an hour (8:30 to 9:30). Ours is not a book study, but is a true Bible study and discussion. We meet for an hour to read and discuss a portion of the Bible, and then get on with the day. No experience is necessary, nor is any advance preparation or outside reading. Each class is a standalone event so you don’t need to worry about committing yourself for a long haul. Drop-ins are always welcome.
Foyer provides an opportunity get to know other members of our parish over an informal, intimate potluck dinner. These gatherings are devoted to getting to know each other and having fun together. Groups of 6 to 8 (combined at random, rather than by age, zip code, etc.) meet monthly for a simple meal and fellowship which nurtures and builds our community. There is no agenda. Couples or individuals take turns hosting the monthly gatherings over a five to six-month period. Each Foyers group determines its own meeting date.
Foyers is a great way for new members to meet parishioners from different services and to become more integrated into our parish family. For more information, please call or email Connie DeSanto at 678-677-1399
59 & Holding– Seniors Ministry
A special program, various activities are scheduled throughout the year in addition to monthly meetings.
Ballroom Dance Lessons
Ballroom Dance classes are available at St. David’s in Jeffords Hall on Monday nights. No experience, no partner, no talent required to learn how to dance socially.
Cup of Grace
Coffee is offered after the 11:15am service on Sunday mornings in Grace Hall. This offering has now moved online via Zoom with the New Covid-19 protocols. This is a great opportunity to meet people if you are visiting or new to the Parish or you just enjoy fellowship. You may find the Zoom link in our weekly newsletter, the Weekly Illumination.