Rector’s Update: Thur 5/12

Dear friends, We had our first meeting of the new vestry this week. Year after year I am amazed at the people who enthusiastically offer themselves to serve God and the people of St. Dunstan’s. And every year I come home after the first meeting of the new group...

Rector’s Update: Sat 4/30

Dear friends, This Sunday we will have our first annual parish meeting since 2019. We will have one service at 10 a,m., which will include the meeting. After the service there will be a potluck lunch, so bring a dish to share. The service sheet is attached. I look...

Rector’s Update: Sat 4/23

Dear friends, Attached is the service sheet for tomorrow’s worship, which will be a service of remembrance for those who have died from Covid. If you have someone who you’d like to have remembered it is not too late to send me the names....

Rector’s Update: Tue 4/19

Dear friends, What a powerful Holy Week and joyous Easter celebration we had! It takes so many people to make these services a reality. Many thanks to Cameron and the choir, who sang at five services in one week; to the altar guild, who set up for that many services;...

Rector’s Update: Sat 4/16

Dear friends, The church is bustling this morning with preparations for the Easter Vigil tonight and tomorrow’s Easter morning. Flowers are being arranged, bulletins folded, the altar is being prepared. It will be lovely and I hope you can be here. For those who...

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...

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...

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...

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