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We value worshiping together as a whole community, and children are always welcome at St. Dunstan’s.

Dover Unplugged

A chance for people to learn something new, volunteer for a service event, or just simply enjoy a night out with family and friends.

Advent & Christmas

Join us as we prayerfully prepare and joyously celebrate the birth of Christ!


Choir is open to all who have a desire to blend their voices in praise of God. Prior singing experience is not necessary. Try us out!

Epiphany Dinner

Wednesday, Dec 13, 2023, 2:15 PM
On the second Wednesday of each month, three or four parishioners drive into Epiphany School to prep food for the Epiphany's Meal Program. The carpool leaves at 2:15 but people are welcome to drive in and meet at Epiphany at 3 PM. Please sign u...

Worship: Holy Eucharist

Sunday, Dec 17, 2023, 10:00 AM
Our weekly Sunday worship service which includes the celebration of Holy Communion

Christmas Eve Family Worship

Sunday, Dec 24, 2023, 4:00 PM
Family Friendly Celebration of Christmas
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Dec. 3 New Altar Vestments and Colors of the Church Year

On Sunday, December 3rd, our Art Committee and Altar Guild presented to the church new blue vestments to be used during the season of Advent. This event highlighted the rollout of a year-long exhibit that highlights the different seasons of the...
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Christmas Music Dedications

Your contribution to the Music Fund will help to cover expeses for guest musicians who provide special music for our upcoming services. Donors and the names of those who the flowers are dedicated to will be printed in our Christmas Eve bulletin. ...
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A Place To Turn Needs some Holiday Help

A Place To Turn, an emergency food pantry in Natick, needs the following to help their clients enjoy the upcoming holidays: 1-pound decaf and regular ground coffee crackers mandarin or clementine oranges canned vegetables mashed potato mix
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A Visit from Fr. Noe Bernier

Fr. Noe Bernier from St. Dunstan’s partner Holy Innocent School in Labegue visited St. Dunstan’s from October 27th- 29th. During his visit, he headlined our Dover Unplugged Caring Series, attended Diocesan Convention, and preached on Sunday. ...
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Introduction to the 2024 Stewardship Campaign

Our annual giving campaign began Sunday, October 22nd; titled More Than Enough. The idea is that God always provides more than enough. Each year, St. Dunstan’s asks its members to estimate how much they will give for the upcoming year. Th...
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