Welcome to the website for St. David's Episcopal Church on Cape Cod. We are a diverse group of people from all walks of life, joined together in our love for God through Jesus Christ, love for our neighbors and for ourselves. We hope you will find a tantalizing look at our church and community through this site.
Friday Book Group: After finishing the
wonderful book "Being Disciples" by Rowan Williams, the
Friday Book Group will begin reading No God But One,
Allah or Jesus? by Nabeel Qureshi starting April 28.
Come join us to discover one man's journey as he departs
from Islam to follow Jesus. We meet at 10 am and finish
at 11:30 am. If you have any questions, please contact
Linda Halvorsen at 508 348-1225.
On May 6th the town of
Yarmouth will be holding a town meeting where residents
will be asked to vote on allocating Preservation Funds.
The meeting begins at 9AM. St. David's has applied for
funds to restore the foundation of the Mission House. We
would appreciate all members of St. David's, who are
residents of Yarmouth, to attend the town meeting and
cast a vote for this allocation. Restoring the
foundation will help to ensure the building remains a
viable part of St. David's.
“Take your Bible and take
your newspaper, and read both. But interpret newspapers
from your Bible,” says theologian Karl Barth. How are we
called by the news of our day to act out the Good News?
Bring your inspirations, your callings, your newspapers,
your books, and your ideas to the March Room, Saturday
May 6, from 8:30 AM to 10:00 and we’ll talk about them.
Contact Jonathan Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org &
617-480-2074) if you’re interested.
with Rev. Andi, Sundays
11:30-12:30 May 7, 14 & 28 in the March Room - Join the
rector for conversations about the basics of Christian
faith. Bring your own questions! What is a Vestry? Why
do we say, “Christ will come again?” How do I join St.
THE TAKEAWAY MEAL!
This is the official name of the meal which St. David's
is now providing for the clients of The Paper Pantry to
take home. On Wednesday, April 19, between the hours of
1:00 and 3:00 PM, we handed out chicken stew, cornbread,
celery and carrot sticks, cookies and brownies, and
oranges. We served 51 clients who represented 115 adults
and 22 children. These numbers are similar to those in
March. We were blessed to have many willing workers
preparing and packaging food the mornings of Tuesday the
18th and Wednesday the 19th. We also had an abundance of
cookie and brownie bakers. Thank you all! We were very
pleased to receive compliments on the chili which we
served in March. Our next meal will be distributed on
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17th
; the entree will
include chicken legs and red roasted potatoes. To be
part of this rewarding new ministry, sign up on the
sheet on the table in the Common Room or speak to
Richard Banks, Kathleen Banks, Marsha Fredericks or
The House Church in May will be held on Thursday, May
18, at 6:30 pm. at the home of Barbara Rockefeller and
Patrick Kimball, 292 North Dennis Road, Yarmouthport We
hope more people will give this gathering a try. It is
an effective way to supplement our Sunday services and
meet additional parishioners. Sign-up in the Commons
Room or give Barbara or Patrick a call at (508)
394-2760. David Halvorsen, Spiritual Group (Call David
if a ride is needed at (508) 348-1225.
Wondering what really sells
at the annual July Parish Yard Sale?
We need linens (bed, bath and table), vases, kitchen
items (dishes, glasses, flatware, serving pieces, pots
and pans), small appliances that work, frames, home
décor, candles and candlesticks, books, lamps, rugs,
small furniture (must fit in your car), craft items,
yarn, lawn and garden tools, hand and small electric
tools (hammers, wrenches, screwdrivers saws, etc),
household repair stuff, games, sports equipment, toys,
dolls, suitcases, handbags, children's and men's
clothing and shoes, CDs, tapes, dvds, holiday décor in
good condition, antiques and family heirlooms. If in
doubt, call or email Marsha at 508-694-6279,
email@example.com. Please, no computers or
electronics! DO NOT BRING exercise equipment, any
computer parts or printers, TVs, stereos, anything that
is dirty or broken, worn out holiday decorations, or
anything you wouldn't give to or allow your
grandchildren to use.
Thank you so much for your donations and contributions
of time and talent for the annual fair. Drop off
begins Thursday June 29 and ends Thursday July 6 at noon.
Nelson Hall will be open daily from 8am-5pm. The fair is
scheduled for Friday July 7 4-8pm, Saturday July 8
9am-2pm, and Sunday July 9 12-2pm (1/2 off all remaining
The Thrift Shop is in
need of jewelry to refill our cabinets. If you have
costume jewelry that your daughters, daughters-in-law or
granddaughters are not interested in having, would you
please consider donating it to the thrift shop? We sell
pins, earrings (both clip and pierced), necklaces,
bracelets, rings and some men's cufflinks and tie tacs.
You may find it morer />
convenient to give online.
few short minutes, you can make a one-time gift or set up a donation that will process automatically on a recurring basis.