722 N. 145th St. | Shoreline, WA 98133

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Thanking Josef Hinkofer

Every Sunday, as we begin our worship, I am pleased to welcome people to St. Dunstan’s Church in Shoreline, Washington, The Church that Feeds People! We became the Church that Feeds People because of the faith and commitment of Josef Hinkofer. Josef was feeding people at homeless camps before he brought the program to St.…

Ditty Bags and Hats for Seafarers

The Seattle Seafarers Center distributes holiday gifts in the form of ditty bags filled with hats, toiletries, playing cards, and candy to the seafarers in the Port of Seattle during the holidays. For many of them, these are the only gifts they will get because their friends and family are half a world away. They need your help knitting hats, sewing ditty…

St. Dunstan’s Church will host Emergency Winter Shelter

We will be hosting the Shoreline Winter Emergency Shelter this winter in our parish hall. When the temperatures drop below 34 degrees outside, the shelter will open to provide a safe, warm place for those without shelter. This program is run by NUHSA (North Urban Human Services Alliance). Their volunteers will set up, run, and clean up the space each time the…

St. Dunstan’s new mini farmers market!

St. Dunstan’s, the church that feeds people has, for many years, provided our community a buffet style dinner, with emphasis on quality, presentation, and nutrition. It has not been uncommon for us to serve up to 200 people gathered in our parish hall, enjoying each other’s camaraderie. Additionally, we delivered meals to homeless encampments like United We…

Come Together for Virtual Worship

A few people have reported some difficulty accessing our Sunday 10:00 AM live stream on our Facebook page―especially those who do not have Facebook accounts. So, here are a few basic tips: You don’t have to have a Facebook account. Go to our Facebook page, where you can see all our content, including the live…

Corona Virus Updates

Changes in St. Dunstan’s Events: Wed. Eucharist and Bible Study cancelled until April 2. Dear Friends,I am canceling the Wednesday Eucharist and Bible Study until after Easter. I love these groups, I love worshipping together and studying together with all of you, but given the current situation and the age of most of our group,…

Agape* practiced here!

by Carol Vojir(First in a series about what St. Dunstan’s Church means to us parishioners)  In 2011, when my 31-year-old son-in-law was dying of metastatic melanoma, agape meant spiritual nourishment from people I didn’t know well. I chose St. Dunstan’s for that spiritual nourishment because the church was close to where I lived then and because of the music. Through what I…

Speaking of Dying

In my experience, speaking of dying is a beautiful, gracious, life giving thing to do. Most of us are reluctant to talk about death or dying and sometimes we will even deny the truth to avoid facing our own or a loved one’s death. Over the years I have been with many families as someone…