Rector’s Update: Wed 4/13

Dear friends, Tomorrow we begin what is called the Triduum, or the three days. These holiest days of the Christian year, beginning at sundown Thursday through sundown Sunday, recall the last night of Jesus’ life; his betrayal, arrest, and crucifixion; the...

An Alternative Way

    Today begins the most sacred week of the Christian year, the week that we walk with Jesus on the path that ends with resurrection, but first goes through betrayal, arrest, torture, and death.     Holy Week, as it is called, begins...

Rector’s Update: Fri 4/8

Dear friends, Sunday we will begin Holy Week, the most solemn week of the church year. It’s also the first time since 2019 that we are able to do these services in person and in the church, so it should be a special week as we remember the last week of...

A New Thing

    The cross is looming large before us on the horizon. We are deeply into Lent. At the end of our service next Sunday we will find ourselves at the foot of the cross, watching as Jesus’ hands and feet are nailed into the wood, cringing as he is...

Rector’s Update: Sat 4/2

Dear friends, I told you earlier this week how our campaign to relieve medical debt inspired the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection in Saute, the north Georgia mountains, to do a similar campaign. They were able to relieve $2.6 million in medical debt for...

Rector’s Update: Tue 3/29

Dear friends, It is the most beautiful time of the year in Atlanta, with dogwoods, azaleas, and many other flowering trees and shrubs bursting into bloom. That’s all happening at St. Dunstan’s, too. To make the grounds look even better for Easter we are...

The Other Son

    “There was a man who had two sons.”  Thus begins what is probably the best known of all of Jesus’ stories, usually known as the parable of the prodigal son.     This tale of the son who takes his inheritance, squanders it, then...

Rector’s Update: Sat 3/26

Hello everyone, Remember that tomorrow and next Sunday we will be taking photos for the new pictorial directory. Luis will be in the parish hall for photos after both service. Please have your picture made. Attached is the service bulletin for tomorrow....

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