Rector’s Update: Thur 11/4

Dear friends, Earlier this year St. Dunstan’s received a substantial gift from someone concerned about people being evicted from their homes because of losing their jobs during the pandemic. After doing some checking around with different agencies I suggested...

Rector’s Update: Wed 11/3

Dear friends, I was 10 year old when the Braves moved to Atlanta in 1966. My fifth grade teacher at Montgomery Elementary School, Miss Wells, had season tickets for that inaugural season. Class began every morning with a discussion of the previous night’s game....

Rector’s Update: Mon 11/1

Dear friends, What a joyful day yesterday was! A church full of children and adults in costume, a witch’s platter instead of an offering plate, trick or treating after church in the Beech Grove. We had more people in church than anytime since the pandemic began....

It’s Not Getting Easier

    I was doing some web surfing this week when a headline caught my eye. “My Church Doesn’t Know What to Do Anymore” it screamed at me.     “Leading a church is harder now, in 2021, than it was in 2020,” writes Elizabeth...

Rector’s Update: Sat 10/16

“The alien who resides with you shall be to you as the citizen among you; you shall love the alien as yourself, for you were aliens in the land of Egypt.””Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by doing so some have entertained angels...

Rector’s Update: Thur 10/14

Dear friends, This year Halloween is on a Sunday, which seems a good thing to celebrate. We invite all the kiddos (and crazy adults) to wear their costumes to church. Nothing gory or violent, please. And we invite the adults to bring bags of candy so that the kids can...

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