28005 Robinson Canyon Rd., Carmel, CA 93923 · (831) 624-6646 · Give
Join us Sundays for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist at 8 am & 10 am, and Wednesdays at 10 am.
You can also watch a livestream of our 10 am Holy Eucharist, revisit homilies and past weeks’ worship on our YouTube channel.
You can still read or watch or listen to past sermons here.
St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church
28005 Robinson Canyon Rd.
Carmel, CA 93923
Welcome to St. Dunstan's! We are a growing and vital Episcopal congregation of the Diocese of El Camino Real, and a member of the Anglican Communion. If you are seeking a new faith community, a place of belonging, or the opportunity to grow your faith in study and action, we hope you will consider St. Dunstan’s!Read More
Sunday mornings at St. Dunstan’s is the time when the community gathers together to worship and praise God! Services of Holy Eucharist happen at 8am (Rite II, no music) and at 10am (Rite II with organ & choir), followed by coffee and connection! We also gather on Wednesday mornings for a more intimate service with conversation, reflection and communion. Any time you are unable to join us in person, head on over to St. Dunstan’s Live, where you can join us for our 10am service, live-streamed on YouTube. You’ll also find our latest sermons and past services on our St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church Carmel Valley YouTube Channel. And, once a month we gather for Church for All Generations — a time of theme-based fellowship and activities for all ages!
You can still watch or listen to past sermons here.Learn More
We value: Community, open hearts, open minds, open arms. Faith. Fortitude. Staying current, but equally staying rooted in tradition. Reason and honesty. Civic responsibility. Debate that allows for mutual respect. Music and beauty for their own sake. Joy in God’s creation. Anyone who makes an effort to get to know and follow Jesus.Dig Deeper
St. Dunstan’s is located on the spectacularly beautiful Central Coast of California, in Carmel Valley. Our church and school are in Mid-valley, just six miles inland from California Highway 1, and 5 miles west of Carmel Valley Village.Read More