As the week winds down, I would like to wish you a happy Valentine’s Day. There are many legends about this saint, most common is that he was a bishop in Umbria, Italy, around the end of the third century, prior to the time of Constantine, when Christianity became the
February 17 St. Francis-in-the-Wood “Jacob’s Story of Struggles” Rev. Dr. Angus Stuart, Rev. Janice Lowell February 24 St. Stephen’s “Struggling with God” A View from Islam Imam Fode Drame, Zawiyah Foundation March 2 St. David’s United “Struggles with Land: Palestine and Israel” Dr. Michael Caveney March 9
Here is a link to the photos in the North Shore News of our Downton Abbey Service…. Downton Abbey, North Shore News
Click here to read the report on the Refugee program as of December 14. An update on the Syrian Refugee Sponsorship Project: North Shore United Churches As 2015 draws to a close the volunteer team would like to give all of our fellow congregants, friends, supporters and donors an update
Come and join the St. David’s team as they serve dinner at First United Church Mission. Please contact the church office for details. This night, we will also be joined for caroling by the St. David’s Church Choir.
The second Sunday of December is traditionally known as “White Gift Sunday” a time when food items were wrapped in white paper and brought to church for distribution to the poor. Today, the tradition lives on at St. David’s. Thank you to the Sunday School for heading up the project
Trending at St. David’s this week…. This Sunday: 10 AM Advent Communion. The Sunday school children will be serving coffee beginning at 9:30 am in the Lounge. 3PM Vancouver Ecumenical Advent Service Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/stdavidsunited Thank you: Funds raised for Syrian refugee family: approx. $5,000. Invite: to Michael