2018 Benefit Christmas Concert

The time is near for this year’s benefit Christmas concert at St. David’s Episcopal Church: An American Village Christmas. This concert will feature Advent and Christmas hymns and anthems by American composers found in The Sacred Harp, The Southern Harmony, The … Continue reading

Advent Wreaths

Join us on Sunday December 2nd during coffee hour to make advent wreaths with fresh greens! The kits are $15 each and include a set of candles for each wreath, candle holders, floral pins, and a 10 inch straw base. … Continue reading

Special Advent Visitors

Can you extend hospitality to Mary and Joseph for a night or two during advent? Sign up on the church bulletin board! Mary and Joseph will travel from home to home during Advent, returning to St. David’s for the Christmas … Continue reading

Bishops Comment on Pittsburgh Shooting

On Saturday, October 27, 2018, eleven people were killed and four police officers were injured in a mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Our Presiding Bishop, The Very Rev. Michael Curry, issued a video which … Continue reading

Grounds Work on Campus

You may have noticed new gravel on a couple of paths across our campus or some fall pruning, weeding, and weed whacking. We give thanks to Rosalie & Tom Howarth, Nancy & Mark Heacox, and Jane Weil for several hours … Continue reading


Join registered yoga teacher Heidi Green in the church sanctuary on Thursdays, October 4 – December 13 for faith-integrated yoga classes designed for EVERY body. Two classes are offered: 2-3 p.m. Gentle Yoga – Please bring your own mat 3-4 … Continue reading

Successful Gospel Jazz Concerts

Nine years ago, Rich Barker and friends performed a pair of Gospel Jazz Concerts to benefit our church remodel project. This past weekend, Sept. 15 & 16, Rich and friends performed a second set of Gospel Jazz Concerts that were … Continue reading

New Teachers at Saint David’s Day School

Saint David’s Day School is pleased to announce the addition of two teachers to our staff for the 2018-2019 school year. Danielle Niichel is a Child Psychology graduate of Western Washington University; she will be our lead classroom teacher for … Continue reading

Summer Safety Tips

The San Juan Island Senior Signal from the Mullis Center ran an article on 10 safety tips for a safe and enjoyable summer. Prevention magazine also ran an article on heat stroke and heat exhaustion. As our summer heat reaches … Continue reading