Concert on Friday, April 12

Brian Way & Friends

A postponed concert from last Fall has been rescheduled for Friday, April 12th at 8:00pm in the hall. Please do plan to attend this event of classical, tradition and spiritual music as Brian welcomes friends Amanda Dawe and Darrin Martin to join him in this unforgettable evening.
Please call the office for more information and to reserve tickets.
Thank you!


Darrin Martin is a well-known performer and musician throughout Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. These days he can be seen (and heard!) performing with Spirit of Newfoundland Productions (since 2004!), Sheila Williams Productions and at a variety of events throughout our beautiful province. Darrin is also a full-time visual artist! He and his wife, Georgina, operate the studio and gallery known as NorthSide Studios NL. Together they homeschool their three daughters, Grace, Faith and Hope. Add in a zoo of pets, and you have the formula for a very colourful life!

Amanda Dawe completed her Bachelor of Music degree at Memorial University of Newfoundland and her Masters in Music at the University of Manitoba. Amanda has performed with the Vancouver International Song Institute and The Opera Project in Vancouver. She has participated in the AIMS (American Institute of Musical Studies) in Graz, Austria and has performed with the Pacific Baroque Orchestra. She was the soprano soloist in Shubert’s Mass in E Flat Major with the Quintessential Vocal Ensemble. She has also been involved in many musical theatre productions. On the main stage of the Arts and Culture Centre and with Spirit of Newfoundland Productions. These days you can find her teaching at St. John Bosco and St. George’s Elementary or spending time with her girls, Grace and Charlotte.

Jody Williams (Bridges to Hope) Presentation

St. David’s is delighted to announce that Jody Williams, Executive Director for Bridges to Hope Food Aid Centre, will be our guest during the Sunday Service, at 11:00am February 25th, 2024.
Please come hear Jody as he gives insight on food insecurity in Newfoundland, and Bridges to Hopes’ mission of “neighbours feeding neighbours”.

Please plan to stay and join us for Coffee Hour immediately following the service.

We hope to see you there!