A Life Without Fear

Easter 6C It sounded like it was going to be such a nice, feel-good story. “A Life Without Fear,” the NPR announcer called it. This will be good, I thought. But what I expected to be an inspiring story of courage and bravery instead turned out to be – well,...

The Bellows May 2019

Summer Reading The official start of summer is still a month away, but it’s never too soon to stock up books for summer reading. Here are a few of the books that have stayed with me this year long after the last page was finished. And if any of you have great reads...

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....

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...

The Bellows March 2019

Obstacles to the Gospel You may have seen the cartoon below on social media this week. It depicts a page full of people, each in their own box, drawing lines, borders, boundaries, designed to keep others out. And there in the middle is Jesus, a crown of thorns on his...

Dixieland Jazz Eucharist/Pancake Breakfast

Let the good times roll as we have one last big celebration before the beginning of Lent! On Sunday, March 3, we will have one service at 10 a.m. featuring a Dixieland Jazz Band. After the service join us for an all you can eat pancake breakfast. Bring a side to...

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