How we worship

Gathering for meals, celebrations, and times to just share our story are central to the life of St. Dunstan’s.  Come share your story with us.

Worship through the Holy Eucharist:
The principal worship experience at St. Dunstan’s is the Sunday celebration of the Holy Eucharist where, as a community, we encounter God in reading, prayer, and Holy Communion. 

We gather for Eucharist on Sunday at 10am, as well as other days when we celebrate a principal feast day or special service.

There is also a short service of prayers for healing of body and mind each Wednesday at 12:05pm.  If you’re feeling overwhelmed, stressed out, or anxious, this service of instrumental music, scripture read aloud, and prayers might just be helpful for you.

Worship through Music: Music plays an important role at St. Dunstan’s.  Whether it’s a service of Evensong (sung evening prayer), Music for a Summer’s Evening (our outdoor summer music series), or Sound of Our Wilderness (our Lenten music series for reflection and prayer), music is a means of encountering God.

Worship through Art: Encountering God in song and story would be incomplete without using our imagination to give the stories and prayers some representation.  At various times during the year we invite you to experience the talent and gift of artists to allow our prayer to meet a visual expression.

Worship through Relationship: If you’re looking to belong St. Dunstan’s offers groups and conversations about how we can faithfully live as open and authentic people of God.  We even have students who live at St. Dunstan’s.  These students, known affectionately as the ‘Mice’ live upstairs in the building.