All Saints Day
Saturday, November 1st
9 a.m. (New Time!)
All Saints Sunday
Sunday, November 2nd
8 & 10 a.m.
Coffee hour & fellowship after each Sunday service.
Bring your Christmas list to church! Beautiful handmade, one-of-a-kind gifts. If you would like to reserve a table to sell your wares, call Nancy L. Nancy's contact information is in the church directory. (Vendors donate 20% to the Church.)
Attention St. Dunstan's Community - We need your help! Since tutoring is a program offered by the church free of charge, we are always in need of snack and drink donations. If you would like to donate snacks or drinks to the program, please drop them off in the Church Office.
Join us as we celebrate songs from around the world at an afternoon concert of International Folk Music performed by Pacific Coast Chorale on November 2, 2014 at 2 p.m. This dynamic choral group is conducted by Artistic Director, Jim MacLaine-Tompkins and Assistant Conductor, John Nettles, with Rodney Girvin as accompanist.Informal Bible Study Every Sunday!
The Serendipity Adult Bible Study meets Sundays at 9:10 a.m. in the Bride's room. The study is organized around each Sunday's Gospel reading. First we read the Gospel, then we break into small groups and allow the Spirit to guide us in answering questions regarding the passage. We come back together as a whole group and share our thoughts, which is the serendipity nature of the study. The great part about this format is that each class is self-contained, and you can drop in on any Sunday.
With the beginning of fall comes a number of events that require, shall we say, cash outlay. Back to school supplies, candy and costumes for Halloween, food for Thanksgiving, and of course Christmas presents! You can support St. Dunstan's and take care of your fall purchases by buying and using scrip gift cards. Every gift card you buy adds money to our general fund, and you are not paying any extra for this benefit. You pay for and receive the face value of every card you buy. And just because it says "gift card" doesn't mean you can't use it yourself!