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

Our Ministries

Our Mission:

Inspired by our worship together we grow in Christ through welcoming the stranger,
feeding hungry bodies and spirits, giving of ourselves, and inviting others to join us in this journey of faith.

Gallery Events: A Party with Purpose

The next step in our capital campaign is a series of three gallery events. Think of these as parties with purpose. The format for each event will be the same. We envision them like an art gallery opening with lots of socializing as we enjoy displays for each of the six projects. We will have brochures for you to take with you…

Why Am I Here?

I regularly work out at a ridiculously early hour with a bunch of other rowers. Last week, one of the people in our group joked, “Why am I here?” I playfully took her question literally and replied, “I have some thoughts about that.” Our coach was a bit surprised and asked, “Really?” So, I gave…

Annual Meeting and Celebration Recap

At our Annual Meeting last Sunday, we celebrated the great year we had in 2018. Our treasurer Tina presented the 2018 financial results and the 2019 budget that was approved by the vestry. I gave a brief report on all that we have to celebrate from 2018 and spoke of the opportunities God is placing…

Imagine the Ways!

St. Dunstan’s is The Church that Feeds People. In the past year we conducted a discovery process and held 13 vision gatherings to share our stories of what we love about our church and our hopes for the future. From these conversations, it is clear that God is calling us to feed people in even…

Already but Not Yet

  Just as the body is one and has many members, and all the members of the body, though many, are one body, so it is with Christ. For in the one Spirit we were all baptized into one body–Jews or Greeks, slaves or free–and we were all made to drink of one Spirit. (1…

You Are for God

Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of services, but the same Lord; and there are varieties of activities, but it is the same God who activates all of them in everyone. (1 Corinthians 12:4-6) This is one of the most encouraging and challenging verses in all of…

Strength for the Journey

At the Epiphany we celebrate the light of Christ and in my Epiphany sermon I talked about the ways that we seek that light. The light is, of course, a metaphor for a quality of life that gives us hope and strength. Light is salvation when we are in the darkness. Light is hope when…

Happy New Year!

We enjoyed beautiful worship this Christmas and I want to thank all of you who did so much to make this possible. We are blessed with many talented and generous people in our congregation. The music at the Christmas Vigil was spectacular. The pageant was wonderful, with great kids and even more music. So, thank…

Christmas at The Church that Feeds People

The last time Christmas fell on a Tuesday was in 2012. At that time, we had a fairly new feeding program delivering a meal to Tent City 3 every Tuesday night. We decided to offer a Christmas feast at St. Dunstan’s Church that year, borrowing four large vans to bring guests from the tent encampment…