Join us for Worship

Holy Eucharist – Every Sunday at 10 am
First Sunday of the Month – Holy Eucharist also at 8 am

All ages are welcome in our house of worship. We worship in community and value the presence of all in the pews. Nursery service will be available starting September 17, 9:30-11:30 am, and is staffed by a professional sitter from the agency Mother’s Helpers.

Respecting the dignity of every human being is at the heart of the Episcopal faith. In addition to being a strong faith-based community that offers space for worship, prayer and formation, St. Dunstan’s offers many opportunities to renew our commitment to this principle and put it into action in our lives and the greater community. We welcome all to join us.

Honoring Martin Luther

November 19, 2017 St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church, Dover, MA Processional Hymn: Ein Feste Burg (“A Mighty Fortress is our God”, Unison, Martin Luther, 1527) Old Testament: Jeremiah 31: 31-34 “I...
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Welcome Back Picnic 2017

What a Beautiful Day it Was! On Sunday, Sept. 10, 60 adults and children celebrated the Eucharist followed by the Welcome Back Parish Picnic at the home of long time members Tim and Wendy...
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Dover Days “food-raiser”
for A Place to Turn

On Saturday, September 9, St. Dunstan’s revived its popular Dover Days “food-raiser” for A Place to Turn. This was a fun and meaningful event for St. Dunstan’s and the...
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Listen to Recent Sermons

What is God Calling me to Give?
Sunday Nov. 5, 2017

Posted on 06 Nov 2017, Pastor: The Rev. Sean Leonard

June 4: Day of Pentecost

Posted on 19 Jun 2017, Pastor: Fr. Sean Leonard

Circles of Us: May 28 2017
A Response to the Attack in Manchester

Posted on 19 Jun 2017, Pastor: Rev. Sean Leonard

Sixth Sunday of Easter ( May 21, 2017 )

Posted on 22 May 2017, Pastor: Fr. Sean Leonard

What to say on Mother’s Day?

Posted on 15 May 2017