by Marilyn Firman
“I had been visiting various Episcopal churches in the area. When I came to St. Dunstan’s in the summer there was this lovely delicious coffee hour. But the best was the friendliness of the people who sat around the round tables and visited. The food gave the opportunity to visit but the congregation followed through. I came several times in that summer and stayed.
I volunteer at the hospitality hour because its welcome was so important to me. On one of those first Sundays I was complimenting someone serving who said ‘We are the church that feeds people.’ I like that. I think St Dunstan’s feeds people both physically and spiritually.”