THE PEOPLE OF SAINT DAVID’S

In these short films we hope to give you an authentic glimpse into who we are.

 

 

 

WORSHIP SCHEDULE

Sunday 
8:00 AM Holy Eucharist Rite I
10:30 AM Holy Eucharist Rite II
5:00 PM Holy Eucharist Rite II
9:15 AM Christian Education/Youth Education
Weekday Liturgies (Held in Saint Augustine Chapel)
8:00 AM Morning Prayer, Rite I
Wednesday
6:30 PM Rite II
Evening Prayer and Healing Liturgy (Laying on of hands and Holy Unction), Rite II
7:30 PM Youth Group
Thursday
9:30 AM Rite I Morning Prayer and Holy Eucharist, Rite I
2:30 PM (September-May) Adult Bible Study
Friday
12pm Noonday Prayer Service @ University of North Texas (Goolsby Chapel–during the Fall/Spring Semesters)
 

We are…

Rooted in History.

 

 

 

 

LATEST BLOG POSTS

Youth Summer Missions Trip

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Youth Summer Missions Trip Our theme this trip is from James 1:27 "Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world." We will be ministering to women and children who are relationally widowed, and children who have been relationally orphaned, as they've left abusive situations.  We'll be serving them practically through painting their homes, their playground equipment, and an office of the Executive Director. Register ASAP & see update below-Please let Fr. Clint know if your son or daughter is attending.

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Guest Blog Post by Parishioner, Julia MacDonald

“I wear the chain I forged in life.”                         Marley, in A Christmas Carol                                        by Charles Dickens Don’t we all? Since I first heard this line, I have wondered—what is the nature of my own chain? I have always found it interesting that the philosopher Spinoza entitled one of his works, Of the Passions, or Of Human Bondage. This line speaks to the chains that each forges for herself/himself. The word chain emphasizes enslavement, restricted freedom, especially restricted freedom of movement. Forge carries with it the sense of the work of creating this chain. Marley’s avarice lengthened that

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St. Michael’s Conference Registration now open!

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Dear Parents:  St. Michael's Conference registration is now open for students ages 12-19.  This is a unique conference (camp) that roots students in prayer, worship, theology, and friendships through relationship building with classes taught by clergy and recreational activities led by college students.  Due to the extreme popularity of this camp, all spots fill up every year, so please sign up quickly.  The cost is $335 and scholarships are available.  For more information see the link on the website blog, or talk to Fr. Clint or Fr. Herrmann.

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Vision of our Logo

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What does our logo mean?  We’re glad you asked! Our logo is all about the theme of rootedness. It has 3 roots, communicating our rootedness in the Triune God (Father, Son & Holy Spirit), but also the three roots to communicate our rootedness (1) in Christ , (2) in the History/Traditions of the Church, and (3) in Denton (& North Texas), a place we love and seek to serve.  The tree reminds us that the story of the Bible is our story, and this is a story wrapped up in trees: a tree speaking to the brokenness of our world (the “tree of the knowledge of good and evil,” see Genesis 2), a tree speaking to our hope and renewal (the “Tree of Life, “Revelation 22), and that our Lord Jesus Christ came and gave his life on still another tree (or cross, Galatians 3:13) so that we may live the kind of fully human life he embodied, a life of loving God and loving neighbor.  It has 7 dark green leaves for the 7 sacraments, which are central to our common life as a Church. Finally, the chalice is central, communicating that the Eucharist is what makes us into the Body of Christ, the Church (1 Cor. 10:16).