Saint Dunstan's Church

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The St. Agnes Guild

The St. Agnes Guild is welcoming, fun-loving, and devoted to doing God’s work in their own special way.

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Thank You All

On Sunday we proclaimed, “Alleluia, Christ is risen. He is risen indeed! Alleluia.” This joyous call and response is the culmination of Holy Week. On Easter morning, there was a crowd of children filling the center of our Parish Hall …

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Welcoming Children in Worship

Our Sunday School is growing. We have enjoyed the presence of babies in our worship several times in the past few months. When the kids come in after class to join their parents for communion, it is, well, just like …

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Spring Work Party

Get out your gardening tools! It is time for our annual Spring work party. On Saturday, April 8th we will gather at 9:00 AM to beautify our Church and grounds for the celebration of Easter.

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Eucharistic Visitors

Presider: One body are we.
People:  For though many, we share one bread and one cup.
Presider: Go bearing holy gifts for holy people.

We are one body in Christ. Even when one of our members is unable to attend …

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Healing Prayer

Are any among you sick? They should call for the elders of the church and have them pray over them, anointing them with oil in the name of the Lord. The prayer of faith will save the sick, and the …

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Sound & Recording Team

When ministers talk about their most embarrassing moments, someone will inevitably tell the story of the time he or she went to the restroom wearing a live microphone. The entire congregation listens in amused embarrassment as the preacher finishes his …

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Discovery Process Launch

On Saturday morning, the vestry of St. Dunstan’s church, along with ten other ministry leaders, gathered to launch our Discovery Process.

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When you want to get to church, but you don’t have a ride, call. We can help. One of the most active ministries of our Care Teams is our Rides Ministry. A call to the office, or an email to …

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St. Agnes Guild Receptions 

The reception after a funeral is an important part of the mourning process, allowing family and friends to gather, tell stories, visit with people they have not seen in ages, and generally celebrate a loved one’s life.

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