Past Events

Past Events

Jan 26, 2020

Combined Service

Every so often, but especially when we have our annual meeting, rather than having three services on Sunday we have one combined service. This is a blended service that mixes the different worship styles from our 9:00a and 11:00a services into something beautiful that unites our congregation together. These combined services start at 10:00a, and there is often a picnic or luncheon to follow.
Jan 18, 2020

ReVive! Workshop

Canon Mark Eldredge, the Director of Church Revitalization and Coaching for the American Anglican Council, will be joining us for a weekend in January that will include times of listening, training, and observing. Canon Mark will then serve as a coach for SDAC and Fr. Michael for the next six months. Canon Mark’s specialty is helping churches become healthier, and your vestry is looking forward to his weekend with us. Part of getting prepared for the ReVive! Weekend is doing a…
Nov 29, 2019

Hammett Memorial

The family of LeRona and Emory Hammett will host an Open House on Friday, November 29th from 2:00-6:00p to celebrate their lives. The Open House will be held at LeRona and Emory’s home. If you need the address, please contact the church office. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to “Afire of Pinellas,” a non-profit that benefits individuals with developmental disabilities, which was close to LeRona’s heart. You can find more information on Facebook on the “LeRona Hammett Memorial” page. 
Oct 2, 2019

Mission Dinner with Smiths

Our September Mission Dinner that was scheduled for Sept. 25th has been moved to Wednesday, Oct. 2nd at 6p. We have an opportunity to be with our SAMS missionaries from Chile, Russ and Heidi Smith, on that date. The dinner will be covered dish, no charge, no raffles, but a love offering for Russ and Heidi will be collected. A signup sheet for the meal is on the easel in the narthex. We will still have an October theme dinner…
Apr 18, 2019

Maundy Thursday & Living Last Supper

Join us for a dramatization of the night before Jesus’ crucifixion based on Da Vinci’s historic masterpiece. The Last Supper specifically portrays the reaction given by each apostle when Jesus, on the night before his crucifixion, said one of them would betray him. The dramatization, The Living Last Supper, which is based on the painting, brings each disciple to life to share their internal struggles at this critical time. Each apostle speaks of how they came to be followers of…
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