Kirkin’ o’ the Tartan June 5, 2022 9:30a.m – Join us for a prayer service and learn about the significance of tartans. All denominations are welcome

Join us for a celebration of Celtic heritage with a blessing of tartans. A tartan may represent a family name, vocation, region or service in the armed forces. Rev. Vaughan McTernan will preside over our prayer service with a guest speaker that will explain the significance of tartans in history. No need to bring a…

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WHAT IS A KIRKIN’?

What  is a Kirkin’o’ the Tartan? June 5, 2022 St. David of the Hills Episcopal Church 36 Edlowe Rd., Woodland Park Colorado It is an American Scottish practice that began during WWII by Rev. Dr. Peter Marshall to raise funds for Britain’s war relief. He coined the term Kirkin’ o’ the Tartans in one of…

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Holy Week -Easter at St. David’s

Important dates and times leading up to Easter Palm Sunday – April 10 – 9:30a.m – We celebrate Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem Good Friday – April 15 – 6:30p.m – Commemorates the crucifixion and death of Jesus. The Passion of the Christ will be narrated by members of St. David’s church. Easter Sunday – April…

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Celebrating Two Saints

Celebrating Two Saints: David of Wales March 1st and Patrick of Ireland March 17 March 20, 2022 – 9:30 a.m. St. David’s Episcopal Church 36 Edlowe Road, Woodland Park, Colorado Who was St. David? St David was born in the year 500, the grandson of Ceredig ap Cunedda, King of Ceredigion. According to legend, his…

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Meet the Clergy

St. David’s is blessed to draw on the wisdom and experience of local clergy. Rev. Myrna Bevens Rev. Bevens and other clergy alternate Sundays in the celebration of the Eucharist. Lay leaders in the parish lead Morning Prayer when no clergy are available. Rev. Dr. Vaugh McTernan The Rev. Dr. Vaughan McTernan is serving at…

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History

ST. DAVID OF THE HILLS HISTORY  St. David of the Hills Episcopal Church resulted from a combining of two groups of Episcopalians in the Woodland Park area. One group consisted of local Episcopalians who wanted to start a diocesan mission in Woodland Park. The other group was The Community of Celebration with their Fisherfolk music…

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