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St Dunstan's: Love Your Neighbor, Come and See

How Did You Get Here?

How did you get here? Actually, an even more interesting question is, why did you come back? Each of us has as story of how we found our way to St. Dunstan’s Church for the first time. I remember one couple who were in the neighborhood to visit a different church and discovered that the…

picnic kickoff SUNDAY

It’s Gonna Be Great!

This Sunday, September 9th, is our Kickoff Sunday and Neighborhood Picnic. I am delighted that the Ain’t No Heaven Seven will be here to help us launch another great year of worship, music, ministry and fun. We will sing great spirituals together, like, “What a Friend We Have in Jesus,” and “The Old Rugged Cross.”…

Refreshed and Renewed

In the early ’90s, in a slow real estate market, we tried to sell our house and didn’t get any offers at all. After about five months, discouraged, we took the house off the market. A year later we decided to make some improvements and try again. We bought new appliances for the kitchen, installed…

Building for Future Generations

What is our vision for the future of church? Early this year we engaged in a Discovery Process with our vestry and members of the congregation asking this question and inviting people to share their visions. This process culminated in a summit meeting where we worked together to develop a vision for improving our worship…

Reflections on General Convention, Final Installment

Our Guest Columnist is Mother Carola von Wrangel On the opening day of General Convention, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry invited everyone to “Follow the Way of Love, Practices for a Jesus-Centered Life.” He encouraged us to adopt a rule of life so that we may participate more fully in the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus…

Reflections on General Convention, Episode 2

Our Guest Columnist is Mother Carola von Wrangel One of the highlights of my trip to General Convention was the Saturday evening Worship Service — not just any worship service but an old fashion revival service! Presiding Bishop Michael Curry led us with a rousing sermon. The music was astonishing. And we were then given…

Generous and Compassionate

There is a wonderful energy of generosity and compassion at St. Dunstan’s Church. We see it in our worship, with children contributing to our sermons, with beautiful music from members of our congregation, and in the beauty of our prayers. We saw this on Sunday as we enjoyed a delicious lunch at our Summer Picnic…