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The Call to Caring Ministries

Part of the classic definition of Pastoral Care is: The ministry of caring at the heart of church life. It includes (but is not limited to) parish ministries of clergy and laity who respond to human needs. That defines life …

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Saints Are Us: Experiencing The Holy Within Pt. 3 

So it has begun, Lent that is. It is time for us to tend our spiritual lives to find out where we are with God. One way to do this is to experience the Sacred Scriptures through contemplation in deep silence.

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Saints Are Us: Experiencing the Holy Within Pt. 2

Last week we discussed experiencing the Holy within by exploring the difference between Religion and Spirituality. This week I would like to explore with you a point where they intersect: this season in Lent.

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Experiencing the Holy Within Pt. 1

As we approach the journey we call Lent, I will share some rather random thoughts with you. We are fortunate to have two priests who will present a series on creating a Rule of Life, and who will explore what …

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The Lost and Found

Remember the experience when you lost something - either your keys, your wallet or package?

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Works of Mercy

Traditionally there are 7 Spiritual Works of Mercy and 7 Corporal Works of Mercy. These are expressions of our Baptismal Commitment, also known as “ministry” The ministry initiated at St. Dunstan’s is feeding people, both their physical and spiritual needs. …

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An expression of Mission through Ministry

Mission and ministry are two different expression of our Baptismal Life in Jesus, through the Christian Community we call the Church. Many times mission and ministry are confused with each other. Our Mission both as individuals and congregation are living in witness to the Message of Jesus Christ.

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Many pieces and Many Colors

puzzleThere are many different colors and shapes that go together make up the whole picture we call the Saints of God.


22: Vincent, Deacon of Saragossa, Martyred in 304 c.e.
23: Phillips Brooks, 1835-1893: Bishop of Massachusetts, known for …

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Remember the Church is Like a Patchwork Quilt!

quiltWe are made up of many different parts, and in many ways look very different from each other, but are all united in Jesus.  This week the Church celebrates the lives of these folks!

Remember to look them up online

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Something New!

The community of the Saints is made up of ALL OF US. That’s right: you and me! It has been that way throughout the history of the church. The saints are ordinary folks living extraordinary lives, every day. Like a patchwork quilt, each piece is unique yet an intricate part of the whole.

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