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 Supplies Drive, and Frozen Turkey donations.
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.
St. David’s provides financial support to one family per year. Homestretch has a family support team (financial advisor, mentor, job coach) to help the adult clients.
Path To Shine
This is a ministry from our Diocese that inspires under-served children to achieve hope-filled dreams. They meet here at St. David's weekly, on Wednesday afternoons, with most children from Mimosa Elementary School next door to our church.
Six Mercies Ministry
Six Mercies is a St. David's community outreach ministry which has served our neighbors for 9 years. We would like to involve as many Parishioners as possible in this meaningful ministry.
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. If you can only work for one hour, that is fine. If someone needing assistance comes outside of that time period and clergy is not present, we will, at the very least, give them a time to return. We can offer Kroger Cards and Marta Breeze passes if needed. We also offer snack kits and toiletry kits.
If you would like to hear more about volunteering and the protocol we have put in place, please contact Jan Georges.
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 contact the Scouting Charter Organization Rep, Mark Conard.
Cub Scout Pack 430, for boys 7 or first grade through age 10, meets 10 times a year in the Catacombs.
Boy Scout Troop 430, for boys age 11 through 17, meets every Monday night at 7 pm at Sinclair House.
Venture Crew 432, for young men and women who are 14 and have completed the eighth grade through 20 years of age, meets every 3rd Sunday from 2 – 4 at the Sinclair House.
Episcopal Relief & 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.
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. David's participates in Habitat for Humanity builds at different times throughout the year. We are currently supporting the Kamini Family in Gainesville this Fall. Please click the link below to see the dates that we are seeking volunteers. The number of volunteers will be limited to allow for Social Distancing and Habitat will be following all CDC guidelines.
Please click here to learn more and to register!
This ministry schedules several blood drives annually at the Church.
This ministry collects unwanted eye glasses for recycling. The box is located in the hallway near the mailboxes. Questions email Anne Parker
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