Sunday, September 5
10:15 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
The whole Parish is invited to participate in a special intergenerational Sunday School to support and learn more about the St. David's Honduras Mission and the Lamb Institute.
We will be making cards for the children and learning more about how St. David's can make a difference and serve, both as individuals and as a parish! Please join us! If you would like to bring a small item to donate to the children, please see the attached list here.
Parents can check-in children at 10:15 a.m. and pick them up at 11:00 a.m. from the playground. Masks are not required but are strongly encouraged for all children and adults.
Thanks so very much to each of you. We appreciate the support so that each child knows God loves them, and they are welcomed and belong at St. David's.
Please join us for a Men's Club planning/dinner meeting on Sunday, August 15 in Jeffords Hall. Social time begins at 6:30 pm, dinner at 7:00 p.m., and meeting at 7:30 p.m. It has been a while since many of us have seen each other, so we will focus on having some social time and getting caught up on how everyone is doing. We will have a discussion about social events for the remainder of 2021 and discuss what our plans will be for reenergizing our ministry for the future. Our dinner menu is TBD. We will have soft drinks, but if you like, please BYOB. The cost will be $10/person.
This Sunday, August 8, grab your Backpacks and bring them to the 9:00 Family Service, the 11:15 a.m. Rite II Service, or the 1:15 p.m. Hispanic Service for the Blessing of the Backpacks!
As we do for all things, we ask God for his blessings and a new school year is no different!
All are welcome!
Saint David's will also be holding Sunday School Sign-Ups on the playground starting at 10:15 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for both Children and Youth. Join us for snacks, sand art and smiles!
August is shaping up to be a busy month at St. David's as we return to our Fall Worship schedule and the Parish Breakfast.
To see the full list of scheduled activities, see below. More information about each will be announced as they draw closer.
We invite you to join in, ask questions, and invite others. We are looking forward to returning to the joy of Worship and Community!!
* All backpacks and supplies must be brand new!
* Please have all donations to St. David's by Sunday, July 25.
Outdoors Ministry is planning a trip to Lula Lake Land Trust outside Lookout Mountain, Georgia, on Saturday, August 21, 2021.
Lula Lake Land Trust is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established by the will of Robert M. Davenport in January of 1994. Dedicated to the preservation of lands located within the Rock Creek watershed on Lookout Mountain, the mission is to preserve the natural and historic landscapes surrounding Rock Creek and its tributaries through conservation, education, and low-impact recreation.
On Saturday, August 21 we will hike the trails along the creek to an overlook visiting the waterfalls and lake. A guide will lead the hike giving us a full history of the land and the mission of the organization. This trip can be a one day outing or an extended weekend. If you plan on staying the weekend I would recommend Cloudland Canyon State Park where there is camping, yurts and cabins for rent. Cloudland Canyon State Park offers other hiking opportunities as well. The local area offers other accommodations and interest such as Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park ( nice bike riding ).
Please let me know if you are interested in day or weekend trip. I would highly recommend making your camping / yurt / cabin / B&B accommodations soon as they will go quickly. I will be camping at Cloudland, arriving on Friday August 20, staying August 21 and departing Sunday August 22 and welcome anyone who wants to join me. The weekend will allow for fellowship, sharing and seeing our friends from church. It's been a long time folks lets get outdoors together.
Please contact Mary Veal for more information and questions.
Have you met our new rector, Rev. Remington, yet?
All youth are invited and encouraged to participate in a Youth Town Hall meeting to discuss the transition between Wallace Benton and the future youth minister. Doughnuts will be served. This will be a meeting for just youth. We hope to see you and hear your ideas about our Youth Program.
If you have questions, please contact the Church office.
*Please note the time has changed. Remington was called to serve as the Presiding Celebrant at the 12:15 pm. Hispanic Service.