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Reclaiming Jesus Faith Statement

The following is an excerpt from Sunday 5/20/18's sermon by Reverend Tricia Templeton. "The signers of the Reclaiming Jesus statement call on all of us to face these questions: Who is Jesus for us today? What does our loyalty to Christ require from us at this moment...

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The Bellows May 2018

Summer Reading By the end of this month school will be over and vacations will be beginning. Summer’s relaxed pace seems meant for reading – on the beach, by the pool, on planes, or long, lazy summer evenings. Here are a few of the books I’ve enjoyed over the past...

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Family Promise

Two homeless families will arrive on Sunday, April 15, to spend the week at St. Dunstan's. We need people to spend the night, and cook and serve dinner. Volunteer to help by clicking on the Sign Up Genius button below or...

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Holy Week Services

Join us as we walk with Jesus through the last week of his life.   Maundy Thursday, March 29, at 7 p.m. We remember the last night of Jesus' life and his command to love and serve one another.   Good Friday, March 30, at 7 p.m. We hear the somber story of Jesus'...

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The Bellows – March 2018

The Bellows – March 2018

The Last Week The last week of March this year is Holy Week, the time that we remember the last week of Jesus’ life. Many of us have heard the stories of that week so often that we can easily become immune to their horror.  We let the joyous news of Jesus’...

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Tuesday Evening Bible Study

Beginning February 20 at 7 p.m. in the parish hall, Susan Hauser will be leading a study of the Gospel of Luke. Two books she recommends (but does not require) are  Luke, by Fred B. Craddock, You can order it at Amazon. or the Women’s Bible Commentary, edited by Carol...

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Help for Tanzania

Earlier this month we heard the Rev. Sandy McCann's powerful sermon on how the St. Dunstan's Medical Fund at the Msalata Theological School in Dodoma, Tanzania, has helped the community, Each year during Lent we collect money to replenish the fund (and add to...

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Holy Comforter Dinner 

Being of service to others is also a good way to observe Lent. Wednesday, February 28, is an opportunity to do that by helping prepare food and/or serve dinner at Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, a parish near Grant Park that serves many people with mental...

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