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  • Music and Choir | St. David's Episcopal Church

    susie280 St. David's Adult Choir Retreat Saturday, August 17 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. (Lunch provided) Join us for the annual St. David's Adult Choir Retreat to kick-off the program... Music News Join us for one of many opportunities not only to enjoy music, but to let it breathe into your soul, and experience the awe and majesty of God’s wonders through the gift of music. ​For you, O Lord, have made me glad by your work; at the works of your hands, I sing for joy. – Psalm 92:4 “No created powers can mar our Lord Jesus’ music, nor spill our song of Joy. ​Let us then be glad and rejoice in the salvation of our Lord.” – Samuel Retherford ​As Episcopalians, we are inheritors of a rich Anglican Choral Tradition of exceptional quality. We embrace that tradition at St. David’s by offering music that has stood the test of time; we also champion the work of modern-day composers who prove that God continues to speak to musicians writing today. Our music selections are guided by the lectionary readings for the day, as well as the liturgical season. We encourage all who desire to make music to have the opportunity to share their gifts in worship. Through a variety of ensembles and worship times, we provide opportunities to participate for all ages and a variety of experience levels. The musical season is from September through May. Small groups and soloists provide special music through the summer months. Learn More about the St. David's Austin Opus 1868 Pipe Organ Music and Choir Adult Choir St. David's Adult Choir Handbell Choir St. David's Handbell Choir Basement Band St. David's Basement Band Listen, Like, Share, Subscribe! Staff Sue Mitchell-Wallace, M.M., FAGO, ASCAP Music Director & Organist 770-993-6084, Ext. 107 Email An award-winning Fellow of the American Guild of Organists and the American Society of Composers and Publishers. She served on the National Council of the AGO for six years as ​Councilor for Education. She served for four years on the professional certification committee and still adjudicates certification examinations and improvisation examinations around the country. She studied with Dr. Harold Gleason and Catharine Crozier at Rollins College (B.M.). She additionally studied with Dr. Thomas Spacht, Barry College, and James Progis, majoring in composition at the University of Miami. (M.M.) She was selected for membership in Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society and Omicron Delta Kappa, Leadership Honor Society, and received an Algernon Sydney Sullivan Fellowship. She was on the music faculty at Broward College, Florida Atlanta University and the Birmingham Southern Conservatory. She is a Composer Fellow of Melodious Accord, under the tutelage of Alice Parker. She has served on the national boards of the Hymn Society of America and Canada, the Leadership Program for Musicians, and the Presbyterian Association of Musicians. She has served on the Diocesan Music Commission for the Diocese of Atlanta. She was dean of the Fort Lauderdale chapter of AGO and completed her term as dean of the Atlanta AGO chapter in June 2016. She is currently the American Guild of Organists Regional Councillor for the Southeast. She has concertized from California to the Netherlands, Wales to Texas. She has played solo recitals at the United States Naval Academy, the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta, the Washington National Cathedral, Queens College in Oxford, England, and was invited to play two solo programs at Westminster Abbey, London. She has played for and presented workshops at national conventions for the Hymn Society of America and the American Guild of Organists. She has been a conference organist at Montreat, Lake Junaluska and Green Lake worship and music conferences, Presbyterian, Methodist, and American Baptist denominations, respectively. She presents workshops, recitals, and master classes throughout the USA. She is a published and commissioned composer of choir anthems, organ literature, music for trumpet and organ, and handbell music. Her music has been published by Hope, Selah, Carl Fischer, Presser, and G.I.A. Her choirs have sung services at the Cathedral of St. Philip and three concerts at Carnegie Hall. ​ She is currently the organist-choirmaster at St. David’s Episcopal Church, a thriving parish in suburban Atlanta. She recently was commissioned to contribute several composer/repertoire chapters for a book compendium that will be published by the American Choral Directors Association in 2019. Susie Clements Basement Band Director 770-993-6084 x131 Email Susie Clements loves making music and working with children of all ages. She has a Bachelor of Sacred Music from Wittenberg University and is a member of Chorister’s Guide and RSCM America. She has been coaching and teaching children in the Episcopal church for over 20 years, working with all ages, infants, and toddlers through high school. Growing up Lutheran, she joined the choir in 3rd grade and has been singing and playing piano, organ, guitar, and recorder ever since. Loves long walks on the beach (no, seriously! LOVES the beach!) and likes new challenges and creating new opportunities to reflect God’s love through music. Music and Choir News and Updates St. David's Adult Choir Retreat Saturday, August 17 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. (Lunch provided) Join us for the annual St. David's Adult Choir Retreat to kick-off the program... Ringing in Joy: The Hand Bell Choir at St. David's St. David’s has been blessed for over thirty years with beautiful handbells, organized and directed by Eileen Nahser. The handbells had... Easter Music to Stir the Heart and Soul Special music for 11:15am high mass on Easter Sunday! Thanks to the St. David's Special Music Fund, we are pleased to present the St....

  • St. David's Episcopal Church, Roswell Georgia

    St. David's Episcopal Church Convenient to Roswell, Alpharetta , Milton, John's Creek, Woodstock, and North Fulton County We are a like-hearted and diverse community of faith gathered and shaped by Jesus’ abundant love. We are focused on growing deeply and serving passionately, that we might shine Christ’s light wherever God might call us. There’s a Place at the Table for Everyone Relationships Come First Love like Jesus Unity over Uniformity Tradition not Traditionalism At the Altar, at the conference table, sharing meals, in the classroom – everyone has a place at the table at St. David’s. We desire your participation, and we invite you to bring your whole self to the table. We’ll make sure there’s room for you there. We draw nourishment and stability from our deep roots in ancient traditions, without sacrificing flexibility. We aren’t a museum for church traditions but participants in a living faith, anchored by practices that have been honored since the time of Jesus first followers. We believe reconciliation was the primary goal of Jesus’ work. Our relationships matter and define how we pursue our mission and activity. Person-to-person connection is a gauge of vitality at every level of the organization. We do our best to love God and our neighbor, always expanding the definition of “neighbor”. We strive to love not as the world loves, but as Jesus loves: wholly, unconditionally, and sacrificially. Everyone’s different; we honor that. We don’t seek to be a group of people who think alike about everything; we desire to be people who share a common heart, a common purpose, and a fellowship of love. Being together in community is more important than political affiliation, tribal identity, or which sports team you cheer for. Sunday Worship Schedule May 19 to July 28 7:45 a.m. Holy Communion Traditional Language 10:30 a.m. Holy Communion Childcare is available as well as Children's Chapel. The service will have combination of traditional and contemporary music by the St. David's Summer Choir and The Basement Band. This service will be live-streamed. Click here for the Online Service link. Bulletin and Prayer List here. 12:15 p.m. Holy Communion - Spanish Language Service. ​ Plan your visit St. David's Episcopal Church is a one of the largest churches in the Diocese of Atlanta, known for promoting spiritual growth through worship, education, and diverse ministries for all ages. The church, which features a beautiful nave with impressive stained-glass windows and a digitally upgraded pipe organ , creates an unmatched worship experience. With traditional and contemporary music offerings and an award-winning organist , the music is powerful and elegant. Most importantly, St. David's is known for its people, dedicated staff and volunteers who support the growth of children and youth, and opportunities for adults to deepen their faith and join in community through ministry and fellowship programs. Upcoming Events Connections Cafe - New Member and Visitor Welcome Sun, Jul 21 Jul 21, 2024, 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM St. David's Church, St. Gabriel Room, 1015 Old Roswell Rd, Roswell, GA 30076, USA Jul 21, 2024, 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM St. David's Church, St. Gabriel Room, 1015 Old Roswell Rd, Roswell, GA 30076, USA New to St. David's? Have questions? Join us at Connections Cafe at 8:00 a.m. and 9:15 a.m. in the St. Gabriel Room. Learn more Path to Shine Interest Meeting Sun, Jul 28 Jul 28, 2024, 10:40 AM – 11:30 AM Roswell, 1015 Old Roswell Rd, Roswell, GA 30076, USA Jul 28, 2024, 10:40 AM – 11:30 AM Roswell, 1015 Old Roswell Rd, Roswell, GA 30076, USA Path to Shine is looking for a few good men and women to be regular weekly mentors or an occasional substitute mentor for the 2024-25 school year. Sign Up Here! Walk in Love Fall 2024: Episcopalian Beliefs Wed, Aug 14 Aug 14, 2024, 6:00 PM – Sep 04, 2024, 7:00 PM Roswell, 1015 Old Roswell Rd, Roswell, GA 30076, USA Aug 14, 2024, 6:00 PM – Sep 04, 2024, 7:00 PM Roswell, 1015 Old Roswell Rd, Roswell, GA 30076, USA Join The Rev. Remington Slone in a four-week discussion about the history, beliefs, and practices of The Episcopal Church. Sign Up Here! Drake House's Miss Mary's Ice Cream Crankin'! Sun, Aug 25 Aug 25, 2024, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Roswell, 814 Mimosa Blvd, Roswell, GA 30075, USA Aug 25, 2024, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Roswell, 814 Mimosa Blvd, Roswell, GA 30075, USA Celebrating 20 Sweet Years of Miss Mary’s Ice Cream Crankin’! Sign Up Here! Click here to see our full Calendar News and Updates from St. David's susie280 Fall Sunday Schedule Begins August 4 Fall Sunday schedule begins August 4 Fall Sunday Schedule Begins August 4 Fall Sunday schedule begins August 4 Back to School Sunday and Children's Ministries this August Children's Ministries program year kicking off August 4! Path to Shine: Mentor Spotlight Path to Shine: Mentor Spotlight Back to School Sunday for Youth August 4th is Back to School Sunday! 1 2 3 4 5 Quick Links Do you have a prayer request? Are you a member and need to reserve a room for your group or ministry? Use these quick links below! Prayer Request Space/Event Request The Illumination Member Log in St. David's Library Make an Online Pledge Make an Online Donation Printable Directory

  • Outreach Missions | St. David's Episcopal Church

    Outreach Missions Be a Better Neighbor As Christians, we are called to follow Christ’s teachings, come together for worship, and fellowship, and serve so to the spread of the Kingdom of God. At St. David’s, we have many opportunities for you to engage in ministry, and be a better neighbor to those around us. ​ Explore the offerings below to find a way to become involved. Serving in outreach ministry helps us develop and grow our faith, make new friends, and is an expectation in the body of Christ and allows us to live into our Baptismal Covenant. Latest News About Outreach Opportunities Path to Shine: Mentor Spotlight Path to Shine: Mentor Spotlight NFCC Back to School Collection June 23 - July 19 In support of the annual NFCC Backpacks and School Supplies Distribution, St. David's will supply 17 HIGH SCHOOL BACKPACKS and essential... Path to Shine Mentorship: What Neighborly Looks Like Mentoring a child is one of the most neighborly things St. David’s does. For more information on any of the Outreach Missions below, including how to join, please fill out the form at the bottom of the page. North Fulton Community Charities St. David's has been partnering with North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) since its inception and founding. NFCC provides financial assistance, food, clothing, education and more to those in need. St. David’s provides financial assistance, as well as volunteers, to serve in the food pantry and thrift shop. We also participate in several other programs during the year, such as the Warm Coat drive, School Supply Drive, and Frozen Turkey donations.​ Food Pantry Collection for August is JUICE of all kinds! Episcopal Relief and Development Fund Episcopal Relief and Development is an international relief and development agency, and a compassionate response to human suffering on behalf of Episcopal Church dedicated to international relief and Development. It has been operating since 1940.​ The Drake House The Drake House provides short-term crisis housing, education, and empowerment programs for homeless mothers and their children in North Fulton County, designed to assist the family in working toward self-sufficiency.​ Honduras Mission Team The purpose of this ministry is to serve God by building relationships, physical structures, and being the Church in Honduras. This is accomplished through a longstanding and loving partnership with the Lamb Institute based in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Mission trips are planned twice yearly along with a fundraiser. St. David's also supports a missionary, who has been serving LAMB Institute since 2011. St. Francis Guild Started in 2010, the St. Francis Guild provides a hot lunch to day-laborers in Roswell who are waiting for work. It is a soup kitchen on wheels, as the volunteer team cooks in Jeffords Hall kitchen and takes the meals to areas where the men are waiting for work. The team meets Thursday mornings at 7:00 a.m. We welcome you to join us! Path to Shine What Neighborly Looks Like: Mentoring a child is one of the most neighborly things St. David’s does. Every Wednesday from 2:30-5:00 p.m., our mentors meet with kids from our next-door neighbor, Mimosa Elementary. Together, we eat and play and read and learn and make things and learn and read and play. Each child is matched one-on-one with the same mentor, so a real bond forms and real progress gets made. We’re always seeking new full-time mentors, substitute mentors, and snack providers. If you want an experience that’s fun as well as meaningful, please complete the form below and check "Path to Shine." Blood Drive This ministry schedules several blood drives annually at the Church. The next LifeSouth blood drive is July 21, 2024, 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. See the link on St. David's homepage to reserve your time. Six Mercies Ministry Six Mercies is a St. David's community outreach ministry which has served our neighbors for 9 years. The Six Mercies Ministry is staffed in pairs and is at the church Mondays from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Parishioners sign up each month for a 2-hour shift and we have very flexible scheduling. Eyeglass Donations This ministry collects unwanted eye glasses for recycling. The box is located in the hallway near the mailboxes.​ Green Guild + Adopt-a-Road​​ The “Green Guild” is the environmental ministry of St. David’s. We promote Creation Care/Stewardship of Creation. This includes serving as liaison between our parish and Georgia Interfaith Power and Light (GIPL). We also coordinate with the Junior Warden on energy-efficiency projects throughout our campus. Every dollar we save on our utility bills is an additional dollar the parish can devote toward its mission. All are invited to join this ministry -- no experience required. St. David’s Scouting Ministry We are a charter organization that provides a full, year-round Scouting program for the youth of St. David’s and surrounding community. Our Vision is to offer a Scouting program appropriate to both the age and grade levels of our youth. For more information, please join us at our meetings or fill out the form below. Africa Mission Team​ With guidance from the Diocese of Central Tanganyika, St. David’s decided to team with Solar Light for Africa to provide solar energy solution for Msalato Theological College in Dodoma, Africa.​

  • Youth Ministry | St. David's Episcopal Church

    St. David's Youth Ministry At St. David’s youth are welcomed, empowered, and inspired on their spiritual journey. We offer a vibrant and inclusive community for young people to explore their faith, cultivate meaningful relationships, and make a positive impact in the world. Through engaging activities, service opportunities, and discussions, we strive to equip our youth with the tools they need to navigate life with faith, purpose, and joy. Join us as we grow together in love, faith, and service, building a brighter future for ourselves and our community! Sunday Morning Opportunities Youth Sunday School Every Sunday morning, 10:00 - 11:15 a.m. at the Sinclair House. Youth in 6th - 12th grade are invited to join in for an hour of faith formation each Sunday during the Sunday School hour! Most weeks, the group will meet at the Sinclair House, which serves as the youth house on St. David's campus. Together, the group explores scripture, offers prayers, and engages in fun activities, games, and crafts. Worship Engagement Opportunities for Youth There are various ways for youth to serve at our 9 o'clock Family worship service each Sunday! Currently, youth are invited to help by serving as an acolyte or Youth lector. If you are interested in becoming a part of one of these ministries, please fill out the interest forms linked below so a member of leadership within these ministries can reach out with more information! Youth Lector Interest Form Acolyte Interest Form Other Youth Engagement Opportunities Back to School Sunday and Children's Ministries this August Back to School Sunday for Youth Introducing Karen Juarez, St. David's New Director of Youth Ministries St. David's Youth Newsletter The St. David's Youth newsletter is a great way to keep up with all the latest and greatest news and events! You can subscribe to the newsletter by completing the form below!

  • Children's Ministry | St. David's Episcopal Church

    St. David's Children's Ministries Latest Blog Post susie280 Back to School Sunday and Children's Ministries this August Children's Ministries program year kicking off August 4! Welcome to Children’s Ministry at St. David’s, a dynamic, intergenerational ministry seeking to fulfill the mission of the church: to unite all people to Christ and to one another, especially through ministry to the children and families of the parish, and to our neighboring community. Children’s Ministry seeks to imagine, invite and grow relationships centered on a foundation of belonging and the assurance of God’s love for each of us; to connect, have fun together, pray, and learn the stories of Jesus and the Bible with St. David’s Family and friends. We seek God’s grace and guidance and invite all to support the work, play, discovery, and growth of Children’s Ministry through the following practices: To welcome all in Christian hospitality. To grow in faith through the experience of a Sunday worship gathering for children to discover in faith, listen to one another, and learn together about God's gracious love for each of us and the world. To grow in knowledge and joy through regular participation in a dynamic Sunday school and midweek Christian Education programs grounded in Biblical teaching, shared devotion, prayer, and the celebration of friendships. To minister to one another , to listen to and learn from one another as a fundamental way to strengthen our bonds in Christian friendship and concern for others through activities that promote fun, empathy, fellowship, and outreach partnership. Learn more here! Events this Fall Sunday Offerings Calendar Children at St. David's Children's Chapel. Children's Bibles and Devotions Nursery Care Outreach Partnerships Vacation Bible School Celebration Sunday Church Seasons WOW and MNO Family Resources

  • Worship | St. David's Episcopal Church

    Watch Services Online Listen to Sermons Prayer List If you are visiting St. David's Episcopal Church, please follow the signs to specially designated parking for Visitors. When you enter the front doors, please visit our Welcome Center at the main entrance of the Church. A member of our Welcome Ministry will be there to greet you and offer you a warm welcome to St. David's. We invite you to fill out either a paper welcome card found in the pews or the Online Visitors Card (here) , so we can send you additional information ab out St. David’s. We are blessed that you have chosen to worship at St. David’s! ​ Sunday Schedule (May 19 to July 28) 7:45 a.m. Holy Communion Traditional Language 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Parish Breakfast in Grace Hall – All are Welcome! Suggested Donation $5. 10:30 a.m. Holy Communion In-person and Online Worship. A combination of tradition and contemporary music will be provided by the St. David's Summer Choir and The Basement Band. Childcare is available as well as Children's Chapel. Please note that this service will be live-streamed. Click here for the Online Service link. Bulletin and Prayer List here. 12:15 p.m. Holy Communion - Spanish Language Service ​ ​ For Children ​ St. David's Nursery - Children of all ages are invited to participate in our worship services at St. David's. The Nursery is also available to serve children, infants to 4-years-old, starting at 9:15 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Our experienced staff is dedicated to providing excellent care in a loving environment following Safeguarding God's Children guidelines and CDC protocols. We welcome you and encourage you to ask questions. Please email Judy Hine, Director of Children's Ministry. Children's Chapel - Children ages 4 to 5th grade gather each week for Children's Chapel. Judy Hine, Director of Children's Ministry, invites children to the Chapel during the 10:30 a.m. service, which includes a Bible story, prayers, and special activities. The children will return to their parents for Communion. Worship at St. David's Join Us Online! St. David's online worship is a livestream of the 10:30 a.m. Rite II service on Youtube. Click the YouTube icon below to go to our channel​​ ​ ​ Special Service Schedule

  • Three-Year-Olds | St. David's Episcopal Church

    Three Year Olds Call/Text NOW to schedule a tour Four days: Three Year Old Class is for children 3 years of age by September 1 NOTE: – CHILDREN MUST BE POTTY TRAINED Click here for Developmental Objectives Age 3 turning 4​ ​ Three year old Class meets four days per week on Monday-Thursday from 9:30 AM-1PM. Class size is limited to 12 students, two teachers. Children will arrive and depart by way of carpool (unless the child attends the 8:30 Rooster Club Play Group, then they are walked in, or if they use the after preschool play group StayNPlay , then they are collected from the playground at 2PM). Parents who prefer not to use carpool drop off may walk their child to the classroom after carpool ends at 9:45AM. Children arrive at preschool with a two handled labeled school bag that holds a change of clothing, and lunchbox filled with a light "nut-free" lunch and filled water bottle. The classroom is divided into areas of play and learning with age appropriate toys and furniture, large carpeted area for free play and circle time, reading center, housekeeping area, discovery/art activities, and a child-friendly bathroom. Teachers share lesson plans with parents weekly. Children are read to daily and have individual and group instruction time; art projects and games that support the theme based curriculum; and many skill building activities for areas of development. Specials outside the classroom are Music and Movement and Preschool Chapel once a week, and outdoor play on the upper playground daily as weather permits. Classroom parents send in food for a mid-morning "nut-free" snack for the whole class on a rotation basis. Teaching focus is on social interaction skills, fine motor, and early learning skills that prepare students for PreK. Evaluations are given to parents in January and again in May. ​ St. David's Preschool follows Fulton County Schools calendar with the exception of the start and the end dates of the school year . ​ Annual Tuition is $3550 and can be paid in 10 equal monthly payments of $355. Due at the time of registration for new students is a registration fee of: $125 A one-time Supply fee of $90 is due the first month of preschool. Click Here to register.

  • Turning-Two | St. David's Episcopal Church

    Turning Two Call/Text NOW to schedule a tour Turning Two program is for children 18 months** of age by September 1 Two Day Class This class meets two days per week on Tuesday and Thursday from 9:45 am-12:45 pm. Class size is limited to eight students with two teachers. ​ Three Day Class This class meets three days per week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:45 am-12:45 pm. Class size is limited to eight students with two teachers. Click here to see Turning Twos objectives ​ Children enjoy free play, stories, songs, finger plays, and create “make and take” art projects. Little ones have a Music and Movement class once a week and go outdoors to play on our toddler friendly playground daily as weather permits. ​ Children will be walked to the classroom at 9:45 AM (unless they arrive prior to attend the 8:30 AM Rooster Club) and picked up at 12:45 PM. ​ **Children should be able to walk and be able to stay awake during the 3 hour program. Parents provide water filled sippy cup and a supply of diapers in a labeled two handled bag. The students will be served two snacks a day. Parent-Teacher conferences will be held in January. Parents are welcome to communicate any questions and concerns at any time. St. David's Preschool follows Fulton County Schools calendar with the exception of the start and the end dates of the school year. ​ Annual Tuition for Two Day Class is $2390 and can be paid in 10 equal monthly payments of $239. Annual Tuition for Three Day Class is $2850 and can be paid in 10 equal monthly payments of $285. Due at the time of registration for new students is a registration fee of: $125 A one-time Supply fee is due the first month of preschool; $50 for the Two Day Class , and $70 for the Three Day Class . Click Here to register.

  • I'm New | St. David's Episcopal Church

    I'm New Come visit us this Sunday at St. David's Saint David’s Episcopal Church is a thriving parish of over 600 families and over 1,500 baptized members located in Roswell, Georgia, approximately 20 miles north of downtown Atlanta. It is with real delight that St. David’s welcomes you! If you are looking for a church home, St. David’s has much to offer. We believe that we are called to Grow in our faith, shine God's Light into our Community, and walk in love. Our worship in the Episcopal tradition couples the dignity and beauty of ancient practice with contemporary preaching. We have a full program for spiritual growth, for all ages, including several weekly Bible studies, classes, and small fellowship groups and there are a multitude of ways you can participate in meaningful ministry to those in need, both here and abroad. St. David's has fun together through many kinds of fellowship. ​ We believe that everyone has a place at our table and put relationships first by creating heartfelt connections with each other and the community around us. ​ We hope you will fill out the visitor card below. ​ Having this information will enable us to reach out to you in a personal way, in the hope of encouraging you to become part of our parish family. Once we receive this card, we will mail you more detailed information about St. David’s, and follow up with a phone call. We look forward to getting to know you! We invite you to join us regularly for worship, fellowship, and ministry! Click Here to Complete the Visitors Card FAQ's About Visiting St. David's Episcopal Church Click here to read some of the most frequently asked questions about visiting St. David's. Learn More About St. David's Here! Check Out What is Happening at St. David's! Check out our most recent Blogs. Introducing Karen Juarez, St. David's New Director of Youth Ministries Introducing Karen Juarez, St. David's New Director of Youth Ministries NFCC Back to School Collection June 23 - July 19 In support of the annual NFCC Backpacks and School Supplies Distribution, St. David's will supply 17 HIGH SCHOOL BACKPACKS and essential... Path to Shine Mentorship: What Neighborly Looks Like Mentoring a child is one of the most neighborly things St. David’s does.

  • Staff | St. David's Episcopal Church

    St. David's Staff To contact any of our staff members by email, click on their photo below Claudia Bernal Bookkeeper Ext. 120 Susie Clements Director of Communications and Basement Band Rebecca Cline Parish Life Judy Hine Director of Children's Ministry Grace Horn Director of Operations Karen Juarez Director of Youth Ministries Sue Mitchell-Wallace Organist and Choirmaster Freddie Stokes Sexton Micky Trifanescu Director of St. David's Preschool Ishmael Williams Sexton Email Claudia Email Susie Email Rebecca Email Judy Email Grace Email Sue Email Micky Email Karen

  • Funding Future Ministry | St. David's Episcopal Church

    Funding Future Ministry Planned giving is one expression of the wise use of the personal resources God has entrusted to us. It is a statement of faith and belief in the future. A planned gift is not reserved for the wealthy. The Funding Future Ministry program at St. David’s is an opportunity to ensure that your most sacred values and commitments are part of your legacy. Your planned gift represents your hope for the future mission and ministry of St. David’s and your faith in generations to come. The Funding Future Ministry program provides an opportunity for you to establish a planned gift with no financial impact during your lifetime. Or select a planned giving vehicle that returns income to you during your lifetime. Planned giving encompasses a variety of ways that gifts can be made to St. David’s general funds or the St. David’s Endowment Fund. ​ Learn more about ways to make planned gifts by exploring the links below.

  • Discipleship Groups | St. David's Episcopal Church

    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. 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 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 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. ​

  • Classes | St. David's Episcopal Church

    Adult Education Classes Throughout the year, St. David's offers several classes and book studies. Classes run for several weeks and vary in length. Classes are a great way to dive deeper into a subject without a year-long time commitment. With the goal of meeting our Parishioners where they are in terms of their spiritual maturity, we are committed to offering different learning opportunities, meeting both in-person and online. Our hope is that every person finds a place to connect with God and others thereby finding a community where we walk in love and grow together. We invite you to join us! Walk in Love An Overview of Episcopalian Belief, History, and Practice. Wednesdays Beginning August 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Online ​ Join The Rev. Remington Slone in a six week discussion about the history, beliefs, and practices of The Episcopal Church, This course is great for those seeking to learn more about our tradition, for those who are desiring to be confirmed or received into The Episcopal Church, and for those who looking to refresh their engagement in our way of being together. Meeting are via Zoom, weekly beginning Wednesday, August 23. For more information, please contact Fr. Remington. Lenten Wednesday Night Series Wednesdays Beginning February 21 5:30 p.m. Nave and Jeffords Hall ​ Each Wednesday in Lent, St. David’s will have special programming for parishioners of all ages, and a simple Lenten meal. We will start each evening with a brief chapel service at 5:30 p.m. in the Nave, followed by a meal in Jeffords Hall. Children and Youth programming will be available, and adults will be invited to participate in table fellowship and discussion following Kate Bowler’s Bless the Lent We Actually Have. Dinner will be $6/adult $3/children with a family maximum of $18. The nursery will also be available. ​ ​

  • Baptism | St. David's Episcopal Church

    Baptism at St. David's Please use the form below to request a baptism at St. David's. ​ Note: The form below requires scrolling to fill it out completely.

  • Visitors Card | St. David's Episcopal Church

    Visitors Card Thank you for visiting St. David's! We are truly blessed that we were included in your faith and want to extend an invitation to return. Kindly complete the visitor's card below so that we can reach out to you. ​

  • Documents | St. David's Episcopal Church

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  • Preschool Registration | St. David's Church

    St. David's Preschool Registration Preschool Programs Registration Details Great Features In-House Extras Our Philosophy Call/Text NOW to schedule a tour Parent Portal St. David's Preschool provides parents a community website called Our School Hangout . It is used for students registration, online payments, family directory, and other preschool related events. If you are ready to register at our preschool, click on the Our School Hangout below for Parent Portal Login. The mission of our preschool is to provide a joyful enriching learning experience that will develop a love for learning and a sense of security that will last a lifetime. We welcome children ages 18 months – 5 years. Our classes vary in days, according to age. While we are not a daycare, we do have options so most children can be with us from 8:30 until 2 o’clock, Monday through Friday. Contact Us St. David's Episcopal Church Preschool 1015 Old Roswell Rd., Roswell GA 30076 Open Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM ​ http://www.stdavidchurch.org/preschool Email: preschool@stdavidchurch.org Phone: (770)993-1258 Mobile: (470)632-6330 ​ ​ Check out our Facebook and Instagram pages.

  • Fellowship | St. David's Episcopal Church

    Fellowship at St. David's As Christians, we are called to follow Christ’s teachings, come together for worship, fellowship, and to serve to the spread of the Kingdom of God. At St. David’s, we have many opportunities for you to engage in ministry, service, fellowship, and Christian Formation. We truly believe there is something for everyone. Please take some time to explore the offerings below to find a way to become involved. When you feel that you have found something that interests you, please use the email links. The appropriate ministry head will contact you very soon. Serving in ministry helps you to develop and grow in your faith, make new friends, and is an expectation in the body of Christ. God has given you gifts for ministry. We invite you to share them. For more information on any of the ministries below, including how to join, please fill out the form at the bottom of the page. Connections Café Connections Café is a class for new members, visitors, and all who would like to know more about St. David’s. All classes are standalone, 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 Retreat The women’s retreat promotes and supports the spiritual growth of the 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. Women of Wonder Calling All Moms! We want YOU!! Let’s come together and share in the joy and challenge of raising children. ​ W.o.W. meets bi-monthly, 10:00 a.m. to noon and there are several Friday Night W.o.W. excursions planned! We will have time for informal fellowship, as well as time for intentional conversation and devotion. Please email Sara Greene for more info or check the Parish Calendar for dates. Men's Retreat The men’s retreats promotes and supports the spiritual growth of the men 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. 2024 Men's Retreat is Friday, May 3 - Sunday, May 5 at Unicoi State Park. Stay tuned for Registration information. Men's Club The men in this ministry gather monthly for fellowship and service to our Lord Jesus Christ. During the year they coordinate the Pancake supper, sponsor the Men’s retreat, the Parish picnic, and the weekly Sunday breakfasts. The next Men's Club Meeting is Sunday, April 21 at 6:30 p.m. in Jeffords Hall. Outdoors Ministry 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.​

  • Gifts that return income | St. David's Episcopal Church

    Gifts that Return Income During Your Lifetime. To learn how to make a gift to St. David’s that will return income to you during your lifetime, please email the Funding Future Committee ministry, and a member will contact you. Life income gifts are a way for you to make a charitable gift from your assets within your lifetime, yet still keep – and live on – the income. St. David’s has partnered with the Episcopal Church Foundation to manage life income gifts. Assets are transferred to the Episcopal Church Foundation. This entity invests the assets and produces income which is paid to you and/or your spouse (or another person if desired). The income can be paid for the duration of your life or, in some cases, for a specified number of years. As the charitable beneficiary, St. David’s will receive the asset value when the gift matures. The most common types of life income gifts include: Pooled Income Funds ($2,500 minimum) are pooled with other gifts and invested in a professionally managed investment portfolio. You receive a guaranteed income for life. The amount of the income depends on the rate of return on the fund’s investments. You will receive an immediate federal income tax deduction. Charitable Gift Annuities are similar to that of the Pooled Income Fund with the following differences: The minimum gift is $5,000. The income for life is guaranteed at a fixed amount. A portion of the gift is deductible. A portion of the income received is tax-exempt. Charitable Remainder Trusts are available using assets of $250,000 or more. The trust can be funded with various types of assets, including real estate. It provides income for life, an income tax deduction, relief from capital gains taxes (if funded through appreciated property), and a possible reduction in estate taxes. The income fluctuates based on the performance of the portfolio. To learn more about life income gifts, click on the topic below. You will be redirected to the Episcopal Church Foundation’s site for informational booklets. If you are interested in making a life income gift, please email the Funding Future Ministry committee for assistance To learn more about the Pooled Income Fund, click here . To learn more about Charitable Gift Annuities, click here. To learn about Charitable Remainder Trusts, click here. Prospective donors are strongly urged to consult with their own legal, financial, and/or tax advisor regarding the tax advantages of planned giving. This information is for educational use and not intended to be financial, tax, ​or legal advice and should not be relied on as such.

  • Preschool | St. David's Episcopal Church

    The mission of our preschool is to provide a joyful enriching learning experience that will develop a love for learning and a sense of security that will last a lifetime. We welcome children ages 18 months – 5 years. Our classes vary in days, according to age. While we are not a daycare, we do have options so most children can be with us from 8:30 until 2 o’clock, Monday through Friday. Call/Text NOW to schedule a tour St. David's Preschool REGISTRATION OPEN!! 2024-2025 REGISTRATION Call/Text NOW to schedule a tour Summer Programs 2024 Classes Turning Two St. David's offers Preschool for two year olds Two Year Olds St. David's offers Preschool for two year olds Three Year Olds St. David's offers Preschool for three year olds PreK - Four Year Olds St. David's offers Preschool/PreK for four year olds After School Programs!! Wonderful Offerings Pop-Up Playdate 2024-2025 Pop-Up Playdate PNO flyer 2024-2025 Parents' Night Out Rooster Club Rooster Club StayNPlay StayNPlay Calendar and Newsletter June & July Calendar June & July Calendar 2024-2025 Parent Calendar FCS 2024-25 Calendar Parent Portal St. David's Preschool provides parents a community website called Our School Hangout . It is used for students registration, online payments, family directory, and other preschool related events. If you are ready to register at our preschool, click below for Parent Portal Login. Click Here to Register Contact Us St. David's Episcopal Church Preschool 1015 Old Roswell Rd., Roswell GA 30076 Open Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM ​ http://www.stdavidchurch.org/preschool Email: preschool@stdavidchurch.org Phone: (770)993-1258 Mobile: (470)632-6330​ ​ Check out our Facebook and Instagram pages. In-House Extra Programs St. David’s Preschool is a ministry of St. David’s Episcopal Church. ​ What will your child learn in our fun, safe, and loving environment? Social Skills with peers and adults, and through Preschool Chapel lessons, Self-Esteem through independent decision making and age-appropriate responsibilities, Language Skills through conversation, daily reading, alphabet, Handwriting Without Tears, Phonemic awareness through games and programs like Recipe for Reading, Fine Motor Skills through tracing, cutting, pasting, painting, writing, planting, Math Skills matching, sorting, measuring, counting, and patterning, Science Skills through experiments and cooking, Gross Motor Skills through music and movement class as well as outdoor activities. Foster Imagination through make-believe, picture books, and free play. Above all, we believe that each child is sacred, special, and unique. ​We seek to meet the particular needs of each individual in a secure, emotionally supportive environment. ​ More about us: St. David’s Preschool is convenient to North Fulton families. Located at 1015 Old Roswell Road, Roswell, GA, our preschool is nearby to Roswell/Alpharetta shops, businesses, and throughways. To contact the Preschool Director, Micky Trifanescu , send an email or call (470) 632-6330 to learn more! ​​ An in-person tour can be easily scheduled. Terrific teachers, fun facility, extras that extend time: The teaching staff of St. David’s Preschool consists of a teaching team of two teachers per class, each with experience in early childhood education and trained in Infant/Child CPR and first aid. St. David’s is a training center for area preschool teachers through the Georgia Educational Training Agency and Childcare Education Institute. The classes meet in the Sunday School classrooms which have child-friendly bathrooms between adjoining rooms. The children also utilize the church’s two tree-shaded, fenced and gated, age-appropriate playgrounds. Our indoor Playspace is home to our Music and Movement class, our Before/After school playgroups, and our special child friendly “Pop-Up Playdates”, "Mother's Morning Out" and “Parents Night Out”. We value security and safety for our students : The outer doors to the building are locked and video monitored. There are intercoms connected to the preschool office at building entrances and in each preschool classroom. Click Here to Register

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