St. Dunstan's is Hearing Loop equipped.

Interfaith Hospitality Network

Oct. 19-26, 2014

Our next week to host homeless families through the Interfaith Hospitality Network. We will need people to cook and serve dinner and spend the night.

Sign Up Now!

Hospitality Network Explained

St. Dunstan's has joined with several other Atlanta congregations to participate in the Interfaith Hospitality Network. We will house up to 14 people once a quarter, providing a warm, secure environment for those most in need.

If you would like to volunteer to cook and serve meals, help children with homework, stay overnight with our guest families or otherwise participate in this great program, click on the button above.

Fall schedule starts September 7

All Are Welcome

‪St. Dunstan’s is a progressive Episcopal Church. We believe Jesus calls us to use our minds, to work for justice, and to proclaim God’s love for all people.‬

‪At St. Dunstan’s you will find an intimate, caring community who find more grace in the search for meaning than in absolute certainty. We invite all people to join us around God’s altar, and to receive nourishment and strength through the Eucharist.‬

‪We value good liturgy and music, strong preaching, and invigorating Christian education for all ages. We believe we are called to be stewards of God’s creation and cherish the beauty of the land that surrounds us.‬

‪We also value one another. We give each other strength and comfort in times of difficulty and rejoice together in times of good fortune and grace. We enjoy having fun together.‬

‪We invite you to join us.‬

Read Tricia's July 26 Op-ed

Our Rector has an op-ed in the Atlanta paper about the first ordination of women as Episcopal priests, forty years ago this summer.  Read it here.

Service Times

Sunday Worship Schedule

​8:30 a.m. - Holy Eucharist
9:30 a.m. - Sunday School for all ages
10:45 am - Holy Eucharist

Please join us for coffee after the 10:00 service.

Fall Events Schedule

We will kick off the new year this Sunday with special music, the start of Sunday School and a picnic.  This Sunday will be our first reggae Eucharist.  Following the service we will have a picnic in the Beech Grove. The volley ball net will be up, and hot dogs will be cooking on the grill. Bring other dishes to share for a pot luck.

Here are some dates for things happening in the weeks ahead.
October 3-5 – A weekend celebrating the arts at St. Dunstan’s. Festivities include:
October 3 (Friday) – Opening reception for the St. Dunstan’s Art Show. The show will be up through October 12. Come Friday evening to enjoy good art, good music, and wine and cheese.
October 5, 3 p.m. (Sunday) – Sam Cassedy in recital. Double bassist Sam, the grandson of Priscilla Davis, is a third year student at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. A reception will follow the recital.
October 5, 10:45 a.m. – The Blessing of the Animals in the Beech Grove. No Sunday School this day.

October 12 – 5 p.m. – The Annual Flying Pig Barbeque
October 19 – 26 – Hotel St. Dunstan’s welcomes homeless families as our guests.
October 22, 7 p.m. – A Service of Repentance

2014 Lenten Devotionals

During Lent this year we created videos of parishioners sharing their thoughts on “wilderness” -- as a vehicle for spiritual growth or as an experience of God’s presence.

Tricia's Sabbatical

The Rev. Patricia Templeton was on sabbatical through the summer of 2013. View her slide show from her photographic odyssey.

Important Links

Read our monthly newsletter,
The Bellows.
Read the most recent sermon'
"From Egypt to Ferguson."
Visit our blog.
​St. Dunstan's blog

Where to find us

St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church
The Reverend Patricia Templeton, Rector
4393 Garmon Road, NW
Atlanta, GA 30327
(404) 266-1018

Get Directions