Stations of the Cross

The talented and creative parishioners of St. Dunstan's made these for the Stations of the Cross on our nature trail. Thanks to Billy DuBose who coordinated this effort and put it all together.   [gallery...

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Service of Remembrance and Repentance

On the evening of November 13, 1936, Mack Henry Brown, a black man who worked as a janitor in an apartment building on Piedmont Road, disappeared. More than a month later, on December 23, his body was found washed ashore from the Chattahoochee River, where Roswell...

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Gospel in Action

St. Dunstan's helped supply 300 backpacks filled with toiletries and clothing to hand out to immigrants who are released from a detention center in South Georgia.   [gallery link="file"...

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Ramadan Feast

Friday, June 23, 2017 Ramadan Feast Friday evening, June 23, 2017, St. Dunstan's hosted a Ramadan dinner for our Syrian refugee family. During Ramadan, the Muslim month of intense prayer, fasting, and nightly feasts, healthy adult Muslims do not eat or drink from...

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Lenten Meditations 2014 – “Wilderness”

Introduction to the 2014 Lenten Devotion Series by The Rev. Tricia Templeton Charis Bowling shares how the words of Hymn 637, "How firm a foundation," helped give her comfort and patience during a recent wilderness experience. Meg Withers talks about nature and the...

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