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Michelle Windle
· March 19, 2018
Welcoming for all, this church strives to actively value and incorporate diversity in every way - all sexual orientations, all ages, all races. Truly follows the message of the Bible - LOVE.
Michael Michel Miller
· March 26, 2018
Welcoming. Inclusive. A nice mix of retirees, midlife folks and many young families. Liturgy accepting of and frequently tailored to children.
Gwendelara Hendee
· February 28, 2016
Each time we come to Saint Dunstan's, we are warmly welcomed and awakened to new ways of thinking and experiencing our faith. Love this community!
Rob Chappell
· May 8, 2017
Wonderful, inclusive, open, progressive, environmentally conscious church!
Kyle Henderson
· March 27, 2016
A smart, moving Easter homily. Love wins. Thanks much. A needed reminder.

This weekend at St. Dunstan's...
Sandbox Tonight: Evening Prayer in the Parish Center, 5:30pm. For Sandbox Worship this week, we'll harken back to the earliest years of St. Dunstan's by meeting in the Parish Center and saying Evening Prayer from the 1928 Prayer Book. Then we'll share a simple meal back in our main building. All are welcome! If you've never been inside that building, this is a great chance to come visit.

Special Outreach presentation, Saturday, April 21, Guest speakers will talk about criminal justice reform and the work of the organization MOSES. All interested folk are welcome. A potluck breakfast (8am) and regular Outreach meeting (8:30am) precede the presentation.

Creation Care Annual Meeting, Sunday, April 22, 9am: All interested folk are invited to come talk about how our church and its people can live out our mission of Creation Care this year - at church and in our daily lives. Ideas welcome!

Special Earth Day Sunday School, Sunday, April 22, during 10am worship: Our kids will gather together to celebrate God's love made known to us in Creation.

Watch “Call the Midwife” Together! Father John Rasmus and Shirley Laedlein invite you to join us as we watch and respond to the great BBC series “Call the Midwife.” We will watch the episodes every Sunday, at 7pm for the next 5 weeks. There will be a brief discussion after we watch the show. All are welcome!

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This Sunday at St. Dunstan's....
“Ask A Priest Who’s Run A Capital Campaign!", 9am: Father John Rasmus, a retired priest associate at St. Dunstan’s, led his former parish through a capital campaign a few years ago. If you have questions about what that was like, and would like to hear more about the challenges and the grace of the experience, come talk with Father John and hear his story.

Sunday School, 10am: Our 3 year olds to kindergarten class will learn about the Good S...hepherd & World Communion, while our Elementary classes will talk about the risen Jesus sharing a meal with his friends.

Spirituality of Parenting Lunch, 11:30am: All who seek meaning in the journey of parenthood (at any age or stage) are welcome to come for food and conversation. Child care and a simple meal provided.

Evening Eucharist, 6pm: Join us for a simple service as the week begins. All are welcome.

Young Adult Meetup at the Vintage, 7pm: The younger adults of St. Dunstan’s are invited to join us for conversation and the beverage of your choice, at the Vintage Brewpub on South Whitney Way. Friends and partners welcome too.

Watch “Call the Midwife” Together, 7pm! Father John Rasmus and Shirley Laedlein invite you to join us as we watch and respond to the great BBC series “Call the Midwife.” We will watch an episode at 7pm every Sunday for the next five weeks, then discuss briefly after the show. We gather in the Meeting Room at church (on the far right when you come in the main doors). All are welcome!

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