St. David's Episcopal Church
 

Outreach

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To learn more about our outreach ministries or get involved with any of the ministries listed here, drop us a line or give us a call (847-724-1341)

Crop walk

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Each fall, St. David's walkers, children, youth and adults, participate in Glenview's annual Crop Walk. We walk with members of other local churches, from many denominations. The funds raised go to support international food security; a portion remains in the local community through the Northfield Food Pantry.



ReVive Center for Housing and Healing (formerly Cathedral Shelter)

Each year, St. David's parishioners provide gifts for underserved Chicago families through ReVive Center. A Giving Tree is set up, offering parishioners a choice of donating food, toy, and clothing gifts for families. In addition, monthly donations of gently used items are donated to the ReVive Center.

Northfield Township Food Pantry

St. David's supports the Northfield Township Food Pantry, which assists needy families in our community. Parishioners drop off non-perishable food items and paper products weekly. In addition, fellowship activities throughout the year help financially support the Food Pantry.

Holy Family Ministries

Holy Family Lutheran School is a faith-based school consisting of children from grades K-8 located in the Lawndale neighborhood of Chicago's West side. It is one of the charities in which St. David's has been actively involved for many years.

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Christmas on the River

Seamen’s Church Institute provides hand-knitted items to mariners who work on the inland waterways of our country each December, and relies on churches (like St. David’s!) to pack and deliver them to local maritime companies. St. David’s delivers over 50 boxes to Chicago area companies.

Knitwits

In addition to delivering hand-knitted items, St. David’s needlework guild, KnitWits, gathers weekly to knit caps and scarves for distribution to Seamen’s Church, or to crochet sleeping mats made from plastic grocery bags to The Night Ministry.