Children & Youth

growing alongside children and youth in faith

We are called to support families’ formation, worship, and daily lives, and to nurture children’s growing faith through wonder, learning, prayer, and play.

In our Children's and Family Ministry, we serve children from birth through 5th grade and those who support them. We realize how much we need community and offer classes, programs, and outings to foster connections.

In Club 45, 4th & 5th graders can enjoy fellowship and build connections through fun quarterly gatherings. This ministry makes space for community among tweens not quite old enough for Youth Ministry.

Youth Ministry serves students in grades 6-12. Being a teen is tough during the best of times (an argument could be made that these are not the best of times!), so we love to walk alongside and support youts as they move towards adulthood. We meet on site twice weekly during the school year as a community to have fun together and learn more about God. On Wednesday nights we gather for dinner, games, a devotional, and close off the night with compline. On Sunday mornings, we gather to encounter Scripture in new and exciting ways, bringing all our questions, ideas, and ponderings about who God is and where we belong in the world.

Children's & Youth Calendar

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Classes and Events

Summer Children's Gatherings

10-11 a.m., Sumners Hall
  • Brick Bible: Children are invited to engage in community play throughout the summer while enjoying breakfast together. We will hear a story from the Brick Bible every week and work together to create a scene from our own imaginations that captures what we hear. This is flexible play intended to allow for maximum conversation and inter-generational fun.
    • Kelsey Cooper, our director of Youth Ministry, invites teens to help the smaller kids build and meet for fellowship and check-ins. 

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Summer Youth Schedule

Sundays, 9 and 11:15 a.m. services
Experience worship in a new way through service. Training provided, flexible schedule.

Summer Camps

Day School Summer Camp
June 3-July 26 (Monday-Friday), 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Ages 18 months-PreK

Summer Performing Arts Camp
July 8-19 (Monday-Friday), 8 a.m.-4 p.m., 2nd-8th grades
Campers will learn the joy of theater in Bethell Hall and perform in The Little Mermaid Jr.

Camp Allen 
June 2-July 27 (six sessions), Ages 8-16

Episcopal Youth Community (EYC)

Wednesdays, 5:30-7 p.m. High school and middle school students eat dinner at Café Divine together in Sumners Hall. Need dinner? Contact  . After dinner, we head to the youth room for check-ins, devotionals, games, and fellowship. 


“I like the sense of community in youth group. It is a very accepting space. Also the macaroni and cheese. And winning at Happy Salmon.”

“The culture is more open than other churches. I come because my friends are here.”

“I love the fun-loving and accepting community at St. David’s youth group! We can all come together over our differences.” 

“I love having a space to talk about my life and opinions judgment-free. Getting to interact with like-minded people my age every week makes life less stressful. I’ve made so many friends here and they’re endlessly entertaining.”

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St. david's episcopal day school

St. David's Episcopal Day School is a warm, accepting environment for students 18 months through PreK4, with a curriculum based on the theory of learning through play. We are NAEYC and Texas Rising Star Accredited, along with being members of NAES. School hours are 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM, with an optional extended day program from 3:30 PM -5:30 PM.

We are open from August through May, with a summer camp during June and July.
Contact Head of School Kate Terrell ( ) or call 512.610.3534.

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