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Please come and join us as we journey toward becoming the Body of Christ. We would be enriched by your presence with us. No matter who you are, where you come from, what your religious background is, or even if you have no religious heritage – come and bless us with your presence.
Walk the Way of Love this Lent
The Way of Love is a framework of practices to follow Jesus as Episcopalians. Join us on Sundays, after the 10:30 service this Lent to learn and practice the Way of Love. Each week we will explore a different practice: Turn, Learn, Pray, Worship, Bless, Go, and Rest. Plan to gather for a simple meal and to reflect on and commit to these practices.
Also during Lent, on Fridays at 5 PM join us in the sanctuary to pray the Stations of the Cross. This brief liturgy walks through 14 moments of Jesus’ Passion, from his condemnation to his burial. End your week this Lent in quiet contemplation of the love of God for us.
Stay tuned for a Lenten Quiet Day on Saturday, April 6th from 9 AM to 3 PM. More information to follow.
Worship Services at Saint David’s
8:00 AM – Holy Communion with traditional language
10:30 AM – Holy Communion with contemporary language
Sunday school for ages 3-10 begins at 10:15 and Nursery care is available at the 10:30 service.
9:00 AM – Healing Service with Holy Communion
9:30 AM – Informal Bible Study
A reminder that on weekdays, the Church Office is closed and church events are cancelled when RSU 21 schools are closed due to snow. (Outside groups using St. David’s space will make their own arrangements). Barring extraordinary emergencies, Sunday services will not be cancelled due to snow; however, you are encouraged to stay at home if you are uncomfortable getting out in the snow.
2 Bragdon Lane, Suite 2
Kennebunk, ME 04043
The budget box is a consignment shop located conveniently on Route 1 South in Kennebunk.
At Saint David’s, we believe that spiritual growth and development is just as important as confirmation and Sunday school is to young people. Most of life’s stretching spiritual questions occur to people after they’ve learned the “ABCs” of religion and start to live and grow into an ever-deepening spirituality.
Laundry Love is a brand new ministry that recently received a Grant from the Diocese of Maine. Laundry Love is a human care movement that seeks to spread love, one load at a time, while providing laundry service for our neighbors living in poverty. Laundry Love: Every third Tuesday of the month. Boom’s Laundry, 250 Elm St., Biddeford, 4-8pm. For more information, please contact Sara Clinehens at firstname.lastname@example.org, or check out http://laundrylove.org.