Rector’s Update: Sat 12/24

Dear friends, If you do not feel like braving the cold this evening, are out of town, or can’t be here for any reason, I remind you that you can participate in our Christmas Eve service online. The bulletin is attached. And remember, you can access the service...

Rector’s Update: Tue 12/20

Dear friends, It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas around St. Dunstan’s. The tree is decorated, poinsettias have been delivered, the Christmas Eve bulletins are in progress. But we still have a few holes to plug for that service. We need a lay...

Rector’s Update: Thur 12/15

Dear friends, Since within the last week there have been six or seven cases of Covid (that we know of) in the congregation, and there is also the flu and other nasty stuff going around we have decided to cancel the Christmas potluck on Sunday. We will still have one...

Patience, Patience, Patience

“Be patient.”  That’s an unusual to hear from scripture on this third Sunday of Advent, two short weeks before Christmas. When I think of qualities I need to have right now, patience is not the first thing that comes to mind. In fact, in the...

Rector’s Update: Fri 12/9

Dear friends, As dreary as today is, the church is looking festive. The mailbox is decorated, wreaths (with Advent-purple bows) are hanging from the doors, and the Advent wreath is decorated a little more each week. This Sunday, the third of Advent, we will light the...

For Peachy Horne

We are here this morning to celebrate the life of our friend and parishioner Peachy Horne, and to commend her into the care of our gracious and loving God. It is a little unusual to have a funeral service on a Sunday morning. Peachy’s family prefers to have the...

Rector’s Update: Sat 12/3

Dear friends, As I write this I can hear the choir down the hall, rehearsing for tomorrow’s special program of Advent music. It sounds glorious. You don’t want to miss it! Give yourself an Advent gift and come to hear them tomorrow at 4 p.m. At our 10:45...

Studying the Light

Most of you know that I enjoy photographing nature — both wildlife and landscapes. That interest really began here at St. Dunstan’s as I tried to capture photos of God’s creatures who share this property with us.  I soon realized I was going to...

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