Our services are currently being held via YouTube, along with a limited number of in-person participation. Please Visit our Online Worship page.
Below is what we will return to when it’s safe to do so:
We gather for worship every Sunday to respond to God’s presence in our lives and in the world. Our worship is a lot like life: every time is different, yet much of it does not change – it’s joyful and sorrowful, contemplative and noisy, predictable and surprising.
Scripture, prayer, music and the Eucharist (Holy Communion) are a part of every Sunday morning service. Worship is according to the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer. We sing hymns and songs, pray, hear a scripturaly based sermon and receive communion.
8:00 AM worship tends to be quiet and intimate, with traditional Western European hymns and liturgy.
Members at St. Dunstan’s work together to help transport each other to church. If you are unable to drive yourself to church, please call our office (206) 363-4319, and we will help you get in touch with a volunteer who arranges transportation.
St. Dunstan’s Church main-level is completely handicap accessible. There are no steps to our sanctuary, our bathrooms have automatic door openers, and we have plenty of handicap parking.
Nursery care and Sunday school is provided for our 10:00 am service during the school year. The nursery is located downstairs.
We offer coffee, treats and fellowship after each service.
We offer Holy Eucharist or morning prayer at 10:00 AM at St. Dunstan’s Church.
At 11:00 AM, we hold a Bible study lead by our priest, the Rev. David Marshall.