St. Dunstan's is a lay led community of Christians celebrating our 60th anniversary as a church family. We are small church with a big heart, and you are welcome to join us.
We value our connection to God, one another, and our community. We come together weekly to worship. We are strengthened and nourished through the hearing of the Word and receiving of the gift of Holy Communion. We build connection with one another in weekly fellowship following worship and in our lives. Our time together energizes us to go out to do the work God has given us to do.
We feel it is our responsibility to help others in gratitude for what God has given us. Most of our efforts focus on local needs through Roxbury Social Services. We also support homeless elders and families sheltering at a local motel.
In our Joint Ministries with St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Mt. Arlington, we work together to support each other in worship, outreach, and spiritual development. As members of the Interfaith Clergy Council of Roxbury, we join in community worship events and support each other in common projects. And, we continue to respond to regional, national and global efforts as we acknowledge our interdependence with those who are far off, as well as, those who are near.
We are cradle Episcopalians, former Roman Catholics, Methodists, Lutherans, Baptists, and Presbyterians. We are Democrats, Republicans, fork-lift operators, teachers, project manages, healthcare workers, and engineers (home & otherwise). Yet, as members of the St. Dunstan's family we respectfully live out our calling to continue Christ's work in the world. You are welcome to share the journey with us.
What's new this week...
February 11: Annual Meeting of St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church and Brunch will begin immediately following the 9:30 Holy Eucharist.
February 12: Men's Bible Study will begin a new program that looks at the English Reformation up to Queen Elizabeth and the first Book of Common Prayer.
February 14, Ash Wednesday:
Holy Eucharist with the imposition of ashes is scheduled for 7:00 PM
February 17: This is the first session of 5 Saturdays in Lent for "This Bread, This Cup" See Sunday School Page for more information.
AA Meetings: Tuesdays and Fridays at 7:30 PM, in the hall.
Slattery School of Irish Dance: Saturday mornings, 9:00 to 11:00 AM in the fellowship hall.
SUNDAY HOLY EUCHARIST--9:30 AM
Sunday School is in recess for the summer months.
Child Care available--9:20 AM.
Sunday School --9:25 am
Please join us for coffee and fellowship after the service.
On the First Sunday of the month, join us for Brunch after worship.