THE PEOPLE OF SAINT DAVID’S
In these short films we hope to give you an authentic glimpse into who we are.
Vacation Bible School 2017
Maker Fun Factory: Created by God, Built for a Purpose
Mark your calendars for Vacation Bible School this summer during the week of June 12th – June 16th. Whether you are young or old, male or female, new to St. David’s or a long-time member, we have a place for you to lend your talents, time or treasure for Vacation Bible School at St. David’s.REGISTER MORE INFO
Rooted in History.
LATEST BLOG POSTS
by Dick Wells, Jr. Warden Another Word re: the Virtues First, here’s just a follow-up on Father Bottom’s previous clarifications and thoughts about the Cardinal Virtues. As we know, these are not the only virtues, but together they are the foundation for all others. The word cardinal comes from the Latin cardo (pertaining to a hinge; applied to that on which something turns or stands or a cardinal point). The Cardinal Virtues remind me of the two commandments on which hang all the Law and the Prophets. Thus, the four Cardinal Virtues provide a base, or hinge, or hanger, we
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Godly Servant Leadership
Bible-Centered Preaching & Teaching
Our Vision (The “goal”)
Our vision is to be rooted in God’s Word & Sacraments, growing disciples in Jesus Christ, and sharing in the fruit of the Holy Spirit.
Our Mission (The “roadmap”)
To experience and share the beauty of Christ’s holiness, through historic worship, biblical discipleship, and faithful mission.
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).