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Tuesday Morning Study Group

The Tuesday morning women’s study group will begin the new program year with a discussion of James Cone’s book The Cross and the Lynching Tree. Studying this book will prepare us for a pilgrimage to the new Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama, which...

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Children’s Sunday School

Godly Play – Gilda Morris will lead this class focused on the stories of our faith for our children, aged 2.5 through 5th grade, at 9:30 a.m. in the Godly Play classroom on the Beech Grove side of the parish hall.

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Adult Christian Education

Reclaiming Jesus: A Confession of Faith in a Time of Crisis. “We are living through perilous and polarizing times as a nation, with a dangerous crisis of moral and political leadership at the highest levels of our government and in our churches. We believe the soul of...

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The Bellows September 2018

Time, Talent, and Treasure For the last year we have been honoring stewards of St. Dunstan’s. You remember. We celebrated the choir, ushers, bakers, acolytes, the lay-readers, lectors, altar guild, flower guild, the people who support our Syrian family, Family...

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Pigs Are Flying!

One of St. Dunstan’s most beloved traditions, the annual Flying Pig BBQ, is coming up. Joins us in the Beech Grove on Sunday, September 30, for fantastic food and fellowship. Tickets are $15; $5 for children under 10. Bring a side dish or dessert to share. Look soon...

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Gospel in Action

St. Dunstan's helped supply 300 backpacks filled with toiletries and clothing to hand out to immigrants who are released from a detention center in South Georgia.   [gallery link="file"...

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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 here.

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