Jesus said, "I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life."
Please feel free to come to any of St. Dunstan's meetings, even if you just want to drop by to learn what they're about. Our meetings are open to all and we happily welcome new members. For additional information about our Adult Christian Formation activities, please call the church office or contact Jeff MacKnight, Rector, at 301-229-2960 or email@example.com .
Lifelong Christian Formation on Sundays. Dunstan's Dialogue is held in the parish hall each Sunday from 9:50 to 10:35 am. Parishioners meet to discuss topics of Christian interest ranging from the Bible to social issues to church history between the Family Service and the 10:45 am Traditional Eucharist Service.
Inquirer's Classes and Confirmation: This program is offered every other year for all who are new to our church community, or interested in deepening your knowledge of the faith, or affirming your faith through Confirmation or Reception by our bishop. Pleae contact Jeff MacKnight for more infomation and schedules.
Retreats: St. Dunstan's sponsors occasional offsite, overnight retreats for contemplation, spiritual refreshment, and growth, for women, men, and mixed groups.
Terrific Tuesday: A series of educational programs for adults and children, with dinner beforehand, held at various times during the church year. Please call or email about future series. All are welcome - come for one or all sessions. Jeff MacKnight, leader.
Centering Prayer: Those who seek God through prayer and silent meditation are invited to experience "centering prayer." Centering prayer is a method of silent, contemplative prayer that prepares one to receive the gift of God's presence. It emphasizes prayer as a personal relationship with God and helps one to respond to the spirit of Christ by consenting to God's presence and action within. Contact Boots Quimby at 301-229-2960 or firstname.lastname@example.org