This Week at St. David's 

Monday, January 21

7:00p (Surprised by Hope, in-depth version) on Mondays instead of Thursdays for the next few months. We will be meeting at Melissa and Lawrie Rose home.


Tuesday, January 22

11:00a Bible Study- Library

7:00p Vestry - Undercroft


Wednesday, January 23

5:30p Junior Choir

6:30p Bell Choir

7:30p Parish Choir


Thursday, January 24

9:30a Healing Service - Library

10:30a Altar Guild 2

12:00 Noon New Horiaons - Undercroft

7:15p Boy Scouts - Undercroft


Friday, January 25

3:00p Writing Group - Library

7:00p Girl Scouts - Classroom


Saturday, January 26

8:00a Men's Group - Library


Sunday, December 27

Third Sunday after Epiphany

8:00a Holy Eucharist Rite I - Chapel

9:30a Holy Eucharist Rite II - Church

10:45a Christian Education and Fellowship

11:30a Mission Trip Meeting – Youth Room




Forum Schedule

2019 January & February


Jan 20:     Surprised by Hope: N.T. Wright (2008). Session 2:

               Hope for the World

In Surprised by Hope: Rethinking Heaven, the Resurrection, and the Mission of the Church Anglican bishop, N.T. Wright tackles the biblical question of what happens after we die and shows how most Christians get it wrong. We do not “go to” heaven; we are resurrected and heaven comes down to earth--a difference that makes all of the difference to how we live on earth. NT Wright takes on one of life’s most controversial topics, a matter of life, death, spirituality, and survival for everyone living in the world today. (DVD and small group discussion)


Jan 27: [Fellowship]


Feb 3: Annual meeting


Feb 10: Surprised by Hope: Session 3: The Hope of Heaven


Feb 24: Surprised by Hope: Session 4: The Hope of Jesus Second Coming



St. David's Bakers– Warm Up Your Ovens


Valentines chocolateOur annual Pre-Valentine's Day Bake Sale is scheduled after both services on February 10th after both services. (the 9:30 service will fature hot chocolate too) 


What is your family's favorite dessert that everyone loves? Chocolate items are favorites but all varieties of baked goods will be gratefully accepted so a variety of tasty treats can be offered. So take a look at your left-over baking ingredients, pull out your favorite dessert recipes and plan to both bake and enjoy our homemade treats. If you bring a food pantry donation you will receive one of Nancy Morell’s famous buckeye treats. Drop off food donations to the little red wagon. All donations will be passed on to the Northfield Food Pantry.


Party Heart-y Potluck

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Sunday, Feb. 10 at 5:30 pm. What better way to treat a case of “The February Blahs” than to gather for a potluck dinner on Sunday night? Main dish and beverages are provided; bring a side or salad to share. Come early if you like, at 5 pm, and join us for the Second Sunday Service in the Chapel. And then stay for great food and fellowship afterward in the Undercroft. Contact Pat Koclanis for more info.




Holly Trinity Guild is calling for donations of new socks. This is part of the guild’s outreach project for The Night Ministry ( of Chicago that reaches out to the Chicago homeless population, tracking their most basic needs. We’re looking for new socks, either acrylic or cotton, for men or for women. Think absorbent and sturdy. All donations can be placed in the labeled box in the Narthex. Watch for more details in the February Evangel, upcoming bulletin announcements, and This Week At St. David’s.


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