Welcome to the website of St. Dunstan’s Church! We hope you will feel free to join us for worship or any other parish event! Scroll down to learn more about us.
Regular Worship Times
We celebrate the Eucharist on Sundays at 8:00 & 10:00 am. Children are always welcome in our worship. Our Sunday school meets on the second Sunday of the month, and we have a children’s sermon on the fourth Sunday of every month. Nursery care is available from 9:00 – 11:30.
Our Mission Statement & Statement of Welcome
Our Mission Statement: In response to Christ’s divine humanity, St. Dunstan’s strives to seek, love, and serve God, welcoming all to gather in worship, serve those in need, care for the environment, and listen and respond to each other.
Wondering if you’d be welcome at St. Dunstan’s? In 2012, our Vestry adopted a Statement of Welcome. The short version? Everybody’s welcome, no exceptions! Read the full version here.
Read a recent edition of our parish newsletter, the Lighthouse, or follow the link to our News page to see what’s coming up.
If this is your first encounter with St. Dunstan’s, welcome! We hope you will consider joining us for worship soon. I would love to meet and chat, and to answer any questions you may have about St. Dunstan’s parish or the Episcopal Church. You will find we are a warm and lively parish family, with lots of opportunities for engagement and shared ministry – and an equally warm welcome for those who simply want a place to worship on Sunday morning, without seeking more involvement at this time. I am available to make pastoral calls to anyone who is ill or going through a difficult time – or to have coffee with someone who’s struggling to make sense of it all – or to share conversation and prayer with someone seeking God’s guidance in their life – or to get down on the floor and talk about Jesus with kids. Please be in touch, and let’s explore where our mission as a parish connects with your life, your needs and your hopes. May the grace, love and fellowship of God be with you always. Rev. Miranda received her Master of Divinity degree at the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Prior to seminary she received a PhD. In anthropology from the University of North Carolina. Prior to ordination, Rev. Miranda wrote a book called Anglican Communion in Crisis: How Episcopal Dissident and Their African Allies are Reshaping Anglicanism. Rev. Miranda is married to Phil and has two children, ages 8 and 3.