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December Book of the Month

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Immigration Forum

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Family Christmas Singalong

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Remembrances 2017

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St. Dunstan's Honors Veterans Nov. 12
St. Dunstan's Church - invites all who serve or have served in the Armed Forces to a service of honor and remembrance on Sunday, Nov. 12 at 10:45 a.m.  We thank all who have served our country and defended our freedoms.  Refreshments will follow the service. 
 
Click here to submit your remembrances electronically, or fill out the remembrance slips in Founders' Hall.


 

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Book of the Month- November 2017

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Thanksgiving Dinner Baskets- 2017

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Thanksgiving Baskets
 
 
It's that time of year again! Helping the families served by N.C.C.F. to have a fabulous Thanksgiving dinner. Let's try to equal our giving of last year. 


It is a simple and fun activity for the whole family. Take a basket and flyer from the church beginning on Sunday, October 22 and return it to the church no later than Sunday, November 12
 
Then participate in N.C.C.F.'s Pie & Stuffing Party on
Wednesday, November 18 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. All present will fill a few hundred more baskets with people from all over Bethesda. All ages are invited and encouraged to come out for this event.


 

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10/22/2017-Help Us Help Refugees

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Refugee Training for Volunteers and More

Volunteers who would like to work one-on-one with refugee families are required to attend a short training session presented by Lutheran Social Services, the lead refugee settlement agency in this area.  St John's Norwood parish is arranging a training session in the near future and has invited interested members of St Dunstan's to join them.  

St John's will be settling a refugee family and the required training is an early step on the process.  St Dunstan's hopes to assist in the process by contributing volunteers, household goods, tutoring and transportation from time to time.  While St Dunstan's is probably too small to sponsor a family on its own, we can help make St John's efforts--and those of other congregations--a success.  Please consider how you might wish to help.  
 
St John's does not have a firm date for the training yet  but will keep us posted.
 
In the meantime, Donna Alvarez attended tutor training sponsored by Montgomery County's Welcoming Our New Neighbors program.  Other St Dunstan's volunteers have expressed interest; more are welcome.  Patty Larson is a coordinator with that program and you can contact her at 240-355-5140 for details.
 
Our Winter Coats Drive continues through October.  Already, several coats for men, women and children have arrived at St Dunstan's.  If you have coats to contribute, please leave them at the church, in the foyer by the table near the basement stairs.
 
As always, your help is appreciated widely.
 
Ray Donnelly


 

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Creation Season 2017

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Every October, St. Dunstan's celebrates God's creation in our worship services, and this year's theme is The Seasons. Each of the first four weeks of October will be dedicated to a season of the year - Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer. Music in both services will focus on nature, creation, and stewardship of our world. We'll supplement our liturgy with readings of seasonal prayers and poetry by Joyce Rupp. Our worship space will also be transformed each week with art and flowers that reflect each season. 

Also, mark your calendars - on Oct. 29, we'll commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. 
Michael Austin
Director of Music
 


 

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Animal Blessing

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Oktoberfest 2017

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