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“Co-operation” and the Wilderness

A Pastoral Letter from Bishop Greg Rickel, based on the Old Testament Lesson for 3 Lent 1From the wilderness of Sin the whole congregation of the Israelites journeyed by stages, as the Lord commanded. They camped at Rephidim, but there … Continue reading

Virtual Worship Opportunities March 15, 2020

Although there are no in-person worship services at St. David’s Church tomorrow, there most definitely ARE opportunities to worship together with a “virtual” gathering of Episcopalians from far and wide. First, there is a terrific opportunity to watch and listen … Continue reading

Church Services Cancelled March 15 and 22

Services at St. David’s, and at all Episcopal churches throughout western Washington, have been cancelled through March 22. This follows the earlier cancellation of all large gatherings in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties at the direction of Governor Inslee.  Bishop … Continue reading

The Rev. Ted Leche, R.I.P.

The Rev. Edward D. “Ted” Leche III May he rest in peace Fr. Edward “Ted” Leche, long-time Vicar of the San Juan Islands Mission and Priest and Pastor of St. David’s Church, died  in the early hours of Sunday morning, … Continue reading

Compost Crew Chipping Party April 27

Volunteers & participants wanted on Saturday, April 27, for a chipping party at St. David’s! This is not chip-and-dip, but a work party to reduce woody material to mulch. The final chipped material may be used around the campus by … Continue reading

Learn About Our Day School

The Episcopal Church Women hold their monthly Brown Bag Luncheon on Friday, April 12, at Noon. Margaret Barker, Head of School, will share everything you ever wanted to know about Saint David’s Day School and more. Bring your sack lunch. … Continue reading

The Creation Care Pledge

Join the Episcopal Bishops of Province VIII as they take the Episcopal Church’s Creation Care Pledge! In the video below, hear the reasons they’re taking the pledge and some of the changes they’re making in their own lives. Then read … Continue reading