Crafts, baked goods, soup lunch and other goodies!
NEW SUNDAY WORSHIP SCHEDULE
Sunday, 10 September, marks our return to the academic year schedule. This will include 8 AM Mass (no music); 9 AM Choir, and Christian Formation, 10 AM Mass (with music). ***Note: On Sunday September 24 there will be only one service at 10 am – please see below.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24 – “MASS ON THE MOORS” AND ANNUAL PARISH PICNIC AT COBUS CREEK PARK PAVILION
(There will only be one mass on this day and none held at the church.)
Join us on this day at 10 am for the celebration of Holy Mass in the midst of God’s creation. All are always welcome to worship with us! Following Mass, stick around for our annual parish picnic. Meat and drinks will be provided. Those attending are encouraged to bring a side or dessert to share. We will gather in the pavilion, rain or shine. Feel free to explore the many trails, gardens and play areas. Click here for directions to Cobus Creek Park.
OTHER PARISH NEWS
Dr. Stephen Lancaster Appointed as Parish Organist
St. David’s is pleased to announce that Stephen Lancaster has assumed the dual roles of Parish Organist and Choir Director. Stephen has been the choir director here for several years and we are grateful that he will also serve as our primary organist.
Fr. Henry Randolph Retires as Parish Priest
St. David’s Parish has entered a period of transition with the retirement of our Rector, Fr. Randolph. after twenty-five years of service. His final Sunday was August 28, where he presided and preached at the ten o’clock Mass. He also officiated at Evensong that day, with Bishop Douglas Sparks doing the rite for leave-taking at retirement. Pictured below are (left to right) Senior Warden Cynthia Guzzo, Deacon Clay Berkley, Bishop Sparks and Father Randolph.
Dr. Craig Cramer Retires as Parish Organist
Dr. Craig J. Cramer retired as St. David’s organist, effective September 1st. The Parish is forever grateful for the good and godly service that he has offered since 2002.
“Craig Cramer is one of the finest Organists in the United States; indeed, in the world. It has been a privilege to work with him these past fourteen years. His play is sterling in quality, and his music has helped our prayers immeasurably. Indeed, it has been a joy to listen to the richness of his offering, especially as it is clearly an offering to Almighty God with the utmost delight and deepest love for the Lord Jesus Christ who loves us first. We wish him well in his approaching retirement.”
On the first Wednesday of each month, we offer a light supper of soup and salad at 6:00 pm. This is free and open to the public. All are welcome. The next Soup Supper will be on July 5.