A snapshot of St. Dunstan’s
St. Dunstan’s sits at the west end of University Avenue, straddling the boundary between Madison and Middleton. We are a small church, but not too small – there’s plenty going on, and plenty of room to get involved in ways that suit your interests and skills. About 25 people usually attend our 8am service, and about 80 usually attend our 10am service. Our worship is rich and varied, grounded in the Book of Common Prayer and our Episcopalian and Anglican heritage and embodying the fullness of the holy times and seasons of the Christian year and of human life. We have an active parish with outreach activities serving elders, low income families, people who are homeless or in transitional housing, members who are unable to come to church to worship, those in the military, and the surrounding communities. Our parish life activities include after church coffees, parish dinners, making & selling chocolates from a secret parish recipe, monthly youth gatherings, and quarterly “Messy Church” events – intergenerational gatherings to explore the great themes and stories of our faith in a hands-on way, through crafts, art, games, and story.
Madison, Wisconsin is a medium size city surrounded by small towns with an excellent quality of life and a close-by rural farm community. We are located 75 miles from Milwaukee, 3 hours from Chicago and driving distance to Minneapolis, Minnesota. Madison has a vibrant music scene, excellent K-12 and University academic programs, and a wide-range of year-round outdoor activities.
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MISSION OF ST. DUNSTAN’S CHURCH
In response to Christ’s divine humanity, St. Dunstan’s strives to seek, love, and serve God, welcoming all to:
+ Gather in worship
+ Serve people in need
+ Care for the environment
+ Listen and respond to each other