St. Dunstan’s parishioners share our time, talent and treasure with the wider community. Currently, we
- deliver donated groceries to A Place to Turn, an emergency food pantry in Natick
- prepare monthly meals at Epiphany School, a tuition-free independent middle school in Dorchester
- Mitten Tree delivers winter accessories to those in need
- financially support the Holy Innocents School in Haiti
For many years, we have actively supported A Place to Turn food pantry in Natick through regular donations and our annual Thanksgiving Drive. For more information please contact Catherine Belden.F Form
St. Dunstan's houses a collection bin in our parking lot for clothing and toys.
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 up using the sign-up Genius.
Epiphany is an independent school for children of economically-disadvantaged families in Boston with financial aid for all students.St. Dunstan's parishioners have volunteered for twenty-five years, since the school's founding, going in at least once a month to help by preparing and serving meals. For more information contact George Motley.
Holy Innocents School in Haiti 2023 marked the 13th year of partnership between members of St. Dunstan's and Father Noe Bernier in Haiti. St. Dunstan's help build a six-room schoolhouse and now regularly supports the school financially by helping with their feeding program as well as providing for teacher salaries. For more information, contact Chris Wood.
Welcome to the Massachusetts Episcopal Network for the Poor People's Campaign (MAPPCEN) web page, and thanks to St. Dunstan's for hosting us!
Drawing from the resolution passed at the 2022 Diocesan Convention, we acknowledge that issues of poverty and justice are interconnected and cannot be adequately addressed with siloed action. These injustices adversely affect us, our siblin…Read More »
During Advent and Christmas we collect hats and mittens for various local charities.