This Week at St. David's 

Monday, May 13

7:30p Bible Study - Library


Tuesday, May 14

9:30a Holy Eucharist (ECW)- Chapel

10:00a ECW Board Mtg - Library

11:00a Bible Study - Library

7:00p Vestry - Undercroft


Wednesday, May 15

3:30p Prairie Garden Pick-up - Undercroft

5:30p Junior Choir

6:30p Bell Choir -

7:30p Parish Choir


Thursday, May 16

11:30a Holy Trinity Luncheon - Undercroft

7:00p Knitwits - Rector's office

7:00p Troop 32 - Undercroft


Friday, May 17

9:30a Healing Service - Chapel

10:00a Altar Guild 1

11:00a Nursery School Luncheon - Undercroft

3:00p Writing Group - Library

7;00p Girl Scout Meeting - Undercroft


Saturday, May 18

8:00a Men's Group - Library

11:00a Winterburn funeral and reception


Sunday, May 19

Easter 5

8:00a Holy Eucharist Rite I - Chapel


9:30a Holy Eucharist Rite II - Church

10:45a Education & Fellowship






 See Special Events Below...




Musical Musings


Sunday, May 19st at 3:00pm - 5:00pm 8th annual Organ Walk.

Come hear some of the organs in town as we walk (or drive) to different churches and listen to a 20-25 minute recital in each location. This year we’ve added a new stop at Holy Trinity Lutheran.


The tentative schedule is:

3:00 - Holy Trinity Lutheran

3:30 - St. David’s

4:00 - New Church

4:30 - Glenview Community



Friday, May 24th at 7:30pm GBS Chamber Singers ConcertJoin us as we host the final concert of the year for the GBS chamber choir. They’ll perform their favorites (including a fair amount of holiday favorites) as well as a piece that was newly commissioned for them this year. The event is free to the public.




New Horizons

New Horizons will meet on Thursday, May 23rd to have lunch and visit the American Toby Jug museum in Evanston. We will meet at St. David's, stop somewhere for lunch and then on to the museum. Watch the Sunday bulletins. Please tell Donna Chandler or Ruth Berdick know if you will join us or if you want to know about Toby Jugs.





Beginning June 2, and continuing each month on the first Sunday, St. David’s will support the Northfield Twp. Food Pantry with a Give and Take Offertory. As you give your monetary

gift into the offering plate at the Offertory, you will also be encouraged to take a slip of paper

from the usher. Each slip will identify a staple food or paper product item. You will be encouraged to take that slip home, attach it to your grocery list, purchase the item when next you go shopping, and bring the item to church with you the following Sunday for distribution to the Northfield Twp. Food Pantry.


For those who make their pledge offering to St. David’s monthly, quarterly yearly, or electronically and thus often by-pass the offering plates, this is also an opportunity for you to participate fully in the offering liturgy on Sundays.  


We will do this at both the 8:00 and 9:30 services on the first Sunday of every month. 





The KNITWITS (aka, needlework guild) meet Thursday nights from 7-8:30 pm.  We typically meet in the Rector’s office. Some of us are working on caps or scarves for use by mariners (via Seamen’s Church Institute Christmas on the River project) or by homeless people via Connections for the Homeless or Night Ministries. One of us is crocheting sleeping mats for homeless people using plastic grocery bags (aka “plarn”) and a giant crochet hook. Still others of us are working on projects for friends and family and are enjoying the sociability of the Guild.

If you’d like to knit caps or scarves, the patterns we are using call for US Size 6 or 7 knitting needles (straight or round), and worsted weight yarn – preferably acrylic or acrylic-wool blend. (Michael’s or JoAnn’s are good resources for inexpensive yarn). 

Whether you are a novice or an expert, come and join us! Trouble-shooting and tutoring are available.



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