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A special Lent course on Discipleship ran during Lent 2016. Between 50 and 60 people attended the course, which included sessions on what it means to be a disciple, the place of prayer and Bible study, and the importance of personal holiness.  

If you would like to download a copy of the notes click on the following links:

Week 1 Notes

Week 2 Notes

Week 3 Notes

Week 4 Notes

If you would like to order any of the books recommended on the course we have a page on the Ten of Those website where you can order any of the books at a discounted price.  Click on the logo beneath to order.

 We are part of the Diocese of Gloucester, the collection of Anglican churches within the boundaries of the County of Gloucestershire.  Our communities are served by 305 parishes, 390 churches and 116 church schools.  To find out more log on to the diocesan website.

Each month the Diocese sends out a letter, The Messenger, with news, information and articles.  For the latest edition click on this link.

We take the issue of Safeguarding very seriously at St David's, and every year our policies are reviewed by the PCC.  The most recent review took place at the PCC in February 2018.   For copies of the various Safeguarding documents click on the links below.

Safeguarding Policy (Children)

SafeGuarding Vulnerable Adults

Safeguarding Good Practice

Safeguarding Reference Documents

As an evangelical church we are defined by these three convictions.

1. We are a Christian Church

We believe in one God who has revealed himself supremely through his Son, the Lord Jesus. To know God the Father, we must put our trust in his Son and his death for our sins. The chief work of God the Holy Spirit is to draw people to faith in Christ.

2. We are an Evangelical Church

We believe that the Bible is God’s word and is therefore our authority in all matters of faith and conduct. See the section below for our basis of faith which expresses much of what we believe. In all our activities we seek to listen to and obey God’s word in Scripture. We also aim to proclaim the Bible’s wonderful message of salvation through Christ to as many people as possible.

3. We are an Anglican Church

We stand in the tradition of the Anglican Reformers of the 16th Century, affirming with them the great truths which were rediscovered at the time of the Reformation , such as the sovereignty of God in salvation, justification by faith alone, and salvation in Christ alone. All Christians from any denomination are warmly welcome with us.  We unite in Christ and not under any one denominational banner.

We are also part of the North Cotswold Gospel Partnership, the umbrella organisation which organises the Passion For Life missions that we have been involved with.

For a simple and clear explanation of what it is all about click on the picture below!

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