Daughters of the King Quiet Morning

Please join the DOK Julian of Norwich Chapter for a Quiet Morning on Saturday, December 7, 2019. The event will take place at St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church, 4393 Garmon Rd., NW, Atlanta, GA 30327. The program hours are 9 am 12 pm and wrapping up with lunch and...

Gilda’s Yoga Class

Sibley Fleming has agreed to teach what we still think of as “Gilda’s Yoga Class,” building on the great foundation that Gilda laid. November classes are Mondays the 4th, 18th, and 25th at 5:30 p.m. A $10 per class donation is suggested.

The Bellows November 2019

Stories from the Soil Two news stories caught my eye last week, both about lynching. The first was about Emmett Till, the 14-year-old boy lynched in Mississippi in 1955, whose murder helped galvanize the Civil Rights Movement after his mother insisted that his...

Pledge Cards

Please remember to send in your pledge cards for 2020. About a third of the anticipated cards have not yet been sent in. If you do it now, you could save yourself a call from a member of the Stewardship Committee. Extra cards are available in the narthex.

Diocesan Council

Every year clergy and lay representatives from every congregation in the Diocese of Atlanta gather for two days to conduct the business of the diocese at the Annual Diocesan Council. It is part business meeting, part infomercial about all that is going on in the...

Family Promise

Hotel St. Dunstan will open its doors to at least two families the week of November 17. We need volunteers to prepare and serve food, serve as evening hosts, and spend the night. You can sign up at the SignUp Genius button on our website, www.stdunstan.net.

Creation Tree

The Creation Tree group has plans for fun at coffee hour on October 27. “What does a Christmas tree really need?” we asked ourselves. And the answer came, “Why, bright, sparkly things, of course!” Soooo, we’ll be making some of...

Blessing of the Animals

Sunday October 6 is our annual Blessing of the Animals, at both the 8:30am and 10:45am services. Bring your furry, feathered, or finned friends to church to receive a blessing. This is a great time to invite your animal loving friends to come check out St....

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