Rector’s Update: Fri 5/21

Dear friends, Today is a milestone day for one of the ministries we have supported during the pandemic. The PopUp Food Pantry at Samad’s Grill in Sandy Springs distributed food to its last customers today. In recent weeks, as more people have gone back to work,...

Rector’s Update: Wed 5/19

Dear friends, Happy St. Dunstan’s Day! May 19 is the day on the Church calendar set aside to remember our patron saint. I have to admit that when I first applied to be rector of St. Dunstan’s I had to look him up. I found that he was the Archbishop of...

Rector’s Update: Tue 5/18

Dear friends, As I said Sunday, Bishop Wright issued new Covid protocols on Friday afternoon in response to the CDC’s announcement that fully vaccinated people can go without their masks in many instances. The new protocols are lengthy and complicated, so on...

Look Around and Get Busy

    While most of us were busy doing other things this week a major feast day of the Church slipped by. This past Thursday was Ascension Day, the day that Christ, who has already risen from the dead, finally ascends into heaven.     Ascension Day is...

Rector’s Update: Fri 5/14

Dear friends, The CDC’s announcement yesterday that it is safe for fully vaccinated people to go most places indoors or outside without masks was good news, indeed. It is another sign that the long season of Coronatide may finally be nearing the end. What does...

Rector’s Update: Wed 5/12

Dear friends, May means graduations, and we have some accomplished students at St. Dunstan’s who are finishing up their high school and law school careers. Alexander Changus will be graduating from the Westminster Schools where he performed in the band, wind...

The Only Test

    When I read today’s gospel a man came to mind who I have not thought about in many years. Ernest was a fellow parishioner at St. Ann’s in Nashville.     He was a quiet, unobtrusive man, probably in his mid-80s. He had long...

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