Worship and Music
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 opens its doors for worship services on Sundays at 8 a.m (Rite I) and 10 a.m. (Rite II) and on Wednesdays at 10 a.m. for Holy Eucharist and a healing service. The spoken-word Rite I service is faithfully attended by a small group of parishioners who love the peace of early morning. The Rite II service, with choir, organ and piano (and often other instruments and gue…Read More »
- November 27, 2022 - First Sunday of Advent 10 am
- November 20, 2022 - The Reign of Christ 8 am 10 am
- November 13, 2022 - The 23rd Sunday after Pentecost 8 am 10 am
- November 6, 2022 - The Celebration of the Feast of All Saints' 8 am 10 am
Music, particularly singing, is a fundamental part of the worship experience at St. Dunstan's. Three groups of people share in singing in most liturgies: the priest and other worship leaders, the choir, and the gathered worshipers. The choir's primary function is to support congregational singing -- hymns, canticles, psalms, etc. -- while also offering anthems and other special …Read More »
Our organ, with more than 1,000 pipes, was built by Dobson Pipe Organ Builders, Ltd., of Lake City, Iowa. Installed in 2015, its curving casework of American white oak stands in contrast with the darker, angular church walls. Visually and aurally beautiful, Op. 94 was honored in the 2016 International Awards Program for Religious Art & Architecture, sponsored by the Interfaith Fo…Read More »
Music at St. Dunstan's contributes to the music ministry by offering three or four public concerts each year. These often feature our director of music and visiting artists on the Dobson organ, sometimes playing with musicians with other instruments, and choral groups. These concerts expand the church's liturgical repertoire and encourage the next generation of organists and othe…Read More »