When you arrive at St. Dunstan’s, you’ll find several handicap parking spots and then more parking just past the sanctuary in the grass. Our main entrance (big red doors) leads directly into narthex which leads directly into the sanctuary. This is the easiest way to enter if you’re coming to church. We also have an entrance on the backside of the building, and this is the easiest way to get to our nursery and children’s classrooms. Childcare is provided at both the 9:00a and 11:00a services, but not at the 7:30a service.
Our 7:30a service is a spoken-word only service, so there’s no singing. It’s a small crowd of very faithful people who gather for this service each Sunday, and the service lasts about 45 minutes.
Our 9:00a service is a traditional Anglican service with contemporary praise and worship music. This is the service for you if you are looking for jubilant, spirit-filled, and family-oriented service. This service last just under an hour.
Our 11:00a service is also a traditional Anglican service but with traditional music (read: hymns). This service is our fullest service, and it usually lasts about an hour and ten minutes. During the 11:00a service we also offer Children’s Worship, which is a simplified version of what the adults are doing in the sanctuary geared towards helping children learn more about their faith and worship.
If you happen to come at the 10 o’clock hour, you’ll find us in our classrooms for the Gospel Project, which is our all-ages education hour. Adults gather in the sanctuary, infants in the nursery, and all the kids in the Fellowship Hall. The Gospel Project ends at about 10:50a to give us time to transition into our 11:00a service.
At all of our services, people tend to dress pretty casually. You should feel comfortable to come to St. Dunstan’s wearing whatever feels most appropriate to you.
If you have any questions about what to expect when you arrive at St. Dunstan’s, please use the form below and someone will get back with you shortly. We hope to see you soon!