St. David’s Sunday School wraps up year with faire


To finish up the Sunday school year, the students and teachers at St. David’s on the Hill Episcopal Church hosted their final “Youth Sunday” of the year, a quarterly event where the students run the service, fulfilling all roles from welcoming parishioners to presenting the readings and the sermon. For the culminating student-led sermon of the year, the students put on a play, written by teacher Michael Sheldon, chronicling the life of St. David. The students each had a role, from speaking and acting to reading with older students supporting the younger students in their roles.

Following the conclusion of the Youth Sunday service, a carnival and faire were held on the grounds of the church, along with a potluck luncheon and celebration. The students could rotate through the many carnival games and activities, receive tattoos and have their faces painted, all as part of the year-end celebration. The Sunday school program will resume again in September.


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