Rector’s Update: Sat 6/22

Dear friends, I was away last Sunday at a four-day photo workshop in eastern Washington state. I had planned to be back with you tomorrow, but In addition to a camera full of photos, I also brought home a case of Covid. Thankfully, it has been a mild case. The...

Rector’s Update: Tue 6/4

Dear friends, The funeral for Mimi Doctor will be at 11 a.m. Saturday. Please come to support Titu and his family. Church news the summer is often slow. This summer, or at least this month, will be different. The Episcopal Church’s General Convention, which...

Love Going Forth

The pattern is the same every year. We celebrate Easter and God’s victory over death in the resurrection of Jesus, the son of God. Then 50 days later we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit to the disciples at Pentecost. And then the next Sunday, before we launch...

Rector’s Update: Mon 5/20

Dear friends, What a glorious day we had yesterday. In the service we celebrated the coming of the Spirt with Pentecost, also known as the birthday of the Church. The service was made more joyful with the baptism of Merritt Bradley, granddaughter of Tom & Maggie....

Pentecost Then and Now

Today is the auspicious coming together of many different parts of church life. It is the day of Pentecost, one of the most festive days of the church year, as we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit to Jesus’ original disciples and followers. Pentecost is...

Rector’s Update: Sat 5/18

Dear friends, Tomorrow is our big day of celebration of both the feast of Pentecost and the 60th anniversary of the founding of St. Dunstan’s. It should be a joyful, festive service, followed by an equally festive brunch and shared memories of this place we all...

A Roll of the Dice

It is one of the oddest stories in the New Testament. In the last six weeks or so the disciples, the followers of Jesus, have seen him be betrayed by one of them. They’ve seen Jesus arrested, tortured, and executed. They’ve seen their despair turn into joy...

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