Summer Sunday Choir - Sundays, June 12 - July 31 10:15 a.m. Choir Gallery
Summer choir returns! Try a "sound idea" activity this summer. Come to the choir gallery at 10:15 a.m. on Sunday morning and rehearse a "summer-lite" anthem to sing at the 11:15 a.m. service. No robes! No procession! No pressure! Contact Sue Mitchell-Wallace with any questions.
Music 101: The Anatomy of Music Thursdays, 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. July 21 - August 11, Choir Gallery
This one-hour class will meet in the choir loft on Thursday evenings. Attendees can choose topics they would like to explore ranging from learning how to read music to dissecting a symphony., to improvisation. Teenagers through AARP-agers are welcome! No music experience is needed - just a desire to learn about the wonderful world of music. Contact Sue Mitchell-Wallace with any questions.
Basement Band Summer Jam!
The Basement Band will continue to provide more “casual” worship music for the summer 9:00 a.m. service. Feel free to join us! We rehearse in basement of Jeffords Hall on Sundays at 7:45 a.m., and play more contemporary, Camp Mikell type songs. Bring your guitar, your drum, your voices, etc. and join us
St. David's is excited to welcome guest speaker, Dr. Mark Douglas, professor of Christian Ethics at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, to the Rector's Forum on May 15. He will also be preaching the sermon at the 11:15 a.m. Service that Sunday.
The Rector's Forum lecture will explore environmental ethics from a Christian perspective, taking into account historical documents and current experience of environmental issues, guiding participants in shaping an ethical response to today's environmental challenges.
Please join us! All are welcome!
The 2022 St. David’s Men’s Retreat is scheduled at Unicoi State Park in Helen, GA. Please join us for a weekend of Spiritual Renewal and Christian Fellowship.
Our retreat leader will be Rev. Wallace Marsh, Rector of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Thomasville, GA. He will lead us through “A Journey to Self-Discovery”. As in the past, starting on Friday at Noon, we will have optional golf, fishing, hiking, and biking. In the evening, we will have a cookout, you can come for the activities, or you can come only for the cookout and fellowship around the fire. The formal program will begin at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, with breakfast at 8:30 a.m.. You can easily drive up on Saturday morning from Atlanta metro – it’s about a 1.5-hour drive. The program ends on Sunday with the program wrap-up and a worship service with Holy Eucharist. We should be finished by Noon. We will have a full hot breakfast each day. Dinner for Friday night will be burgers and brats. Lunch on Saturday will be sandwiches (make your own). We will have a special dinner meal on Saturday night – YUMMM!!
Sign up now and join us for a wonderful weekend of fellowship and spiritual renewal. You can obtain paper signup sheets in the mailbox hallway starting on 3/9/22 (Wednesday) or you can access the online sign-up form. Please sign up as soon as you can so we can get an early feel for how many rooms we will need. Please contact the church office if you need help with the online form. Please call or email the church if you have any questions.
Singing is a health-filled activity with tangible benefits.