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Recent Posts

  • St. David’s eNews for June 17, 2016

    From the many conversations I have had this past week, most of us are trying to make some sense of the events last Sunday in Orlando and in Britain.  Below are the words of the Moderator of the United Church, Jordan Cantwell: It was with horror that I learned of

  • St. David’s eNews for June 2, 2016

    This past week, one of the members of St. David’s asked me if there was a reason for St. David’s existing in our community?  Good question…why do we have a church at the corner of Taylor Way and the Upper Levels Hwy?  I think one of the reasons is that

  • St. David’s Reads…

    This fall we are going to re-institute St. David’s Reads – if you would like to get a head start our book will be Eckhart Tolle’s The Power of Now.  Michael had asked me to read this book to see if it would be suitable – I was on a waiting

  • June 5 – Worship led by Rev. Dal McCrindle

    Join us for a service led by former minister Rev. Dal McCrindle.  Communion will be observed.  Everyone is welcome to join us!

  • The Coming Week at St. David’s

    Tuesday –           10:00 am Faith Study. All are welcome. 7:00 pm   Vision 2020 Committee Thursday             7:00 pm – Choir practice   The church office will be closed Monday May 2 for the Victoria Day holiday.   There was a wonderful group that attended “Gathering as Worship” last Sunday. 

  • Sermon for Sunday May 22, 2016

    Psalm 8 Who are We? (A Sermon for Trinity Sunday)   This morning, in the Church Calendar, is known as Trinity Sunday.  It is the Sunday of the year when we consider the Trinity or the nature of God being, in the classical terminology, “Father, Son and Holy Spirit.”  Here