What to Expect

What to Expect

If you are intending to worship with us online, you can view our live stream service at 10:30a on Facebook and Youtube

For those intending to worship with us in person, when you arrive at St. Dunstan’s, you’ll find several handicapped parking spots and then more parking just past the sanctuary. Our main entrance (big red doors) leads directly into the narthex, which leads directly into the sanctuary. This is the easiest way to enter if you’re coming to church.

Our 8:00a service is our contemplative service. It is a spoken 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 50 minutes.

Our 10:30a service is a traditional Anglican service with a mixture of traditional and contemporary music. This service is our fullest service, and it usually lasts about an hour and ten minutes. We call it our principal or family service because it is our main service, and we love for kids to be present in our worship.

People tend to dress pretty casually at our services. You should feel comfortable to come to St. Dunstan’s wearing whatever feels most appropriate to you.

We do celebrate communion every Sunday, and we practice open communion. That means that anyone baptized in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit is welcome to participate in the sacrament with us.

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 to you shortly. We hope to see you soon!