Please feel free to join us for worship or any other parish event. 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 Vestry adopted a Statement of Welcome. The short version? Everybody’s welcome, no exceptions! Here's the longer version:
“We the People of St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church strive 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.
If you are Asian, Hispanic, Native, Black, White, or Other;
If you are a child, a youth, an adult, or an elder;
If you are male, female or transgendered;
If you are straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual or questioning;
If you are single, married, partnered, divorced, separated, or widowed;
If you’re a life-long Christian, have never set foot in a church, or if it’s just been a while;
If you are conservative, liberal, in-between or undecided – politically or theologically;
If you are healthy or if you walk the road of ill health, mental illness, or addiction;
If you have a squeaky-clean record or have gotten crosswise to the law;
If you have a graduate degree, an elementary education, or neither;
If you are wealthy, poor, or somewhere in between;
If you live in a house, an apartment, a room, a car, or on the street;
If you are fully-abled, disabled, or a person of differing abilities;
If you recognize yourself in this list or wonder whether you fit:
You are welcome here.
We seek to extend the radical hospitality of Jesus Christ by inviting all to full participation in the life of His Church. In faithfulness to the Gospel; the holy, catholic, and apostolic tradition; and our Anglican and Episcopal heritage, and to the best of our ability, we pledge ourselves to sharing our life of worship, fellowship, service, and mutual care with all who seek God in this place.”