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Thursday's News from St. Dunstan's- June 10, 2021

Posted 6:34 PM
 
 
The News from
St. Dunstan's
 
June 10, 2021
Thursday
 
Book Group Begins Soon!
The St. Dunstan's Book Group meets
this afternoon, June 10, 
at 1:30 p.m. 
 
This month's selection is 
Lady in Waiting:
My Extraordinary Life in the Shadow of the Crown
by Anne Glenconner.
 
To join the discussion on Zoom,
(Meeting ID: 894 3714 3217;
Passcode: 165960).

For more information about the St. Dunstan's Book Group, please contact Donna Alvarez
 
This Evening:
COVID Loss...and Hope
 
A Conversation with the Rector (on Zoom)
Tonight - June 10
7:30 p.m.
 
Please join the Rector and some of your fellow St. Dunstan's parishioners for an open conversation about what we have lost as a result of this time of pandemic isolation and where we might find hope for the future. The goal is to create a safe space to talk about our experiences honestly without judgement and without trying to problem-solve for one another.
 
You may join the session using this Zoom link
(Meeting ID: 870 9507 4651).
 
Please feel free to invite your friends or family members
to join us! All are welcome to this conversation.
 
Recommended reading:
 
 
Please Sign Up for Indoor Worship
this Week!
 
Sunday, June 13
10:00 a.m.
Celebration of Holy Eucharist with organ music and (masked) congregational singing
 
We hope that you will join us, bearing in mind a few important reminders:
 
  • For those who have been vaccinated, it is not necessary to wear a mask, except when singing. When the CDC and Diocese change their guidelines, we will adjust accordingly.
  • Those who wish to maintain physical distance from others will be able to do so easily.
  • Communion (bread and wine) will be served in individual cups.
  • This week we will offer Birthday and Anniversary Prayers for those celebrating in the month of June.
  • The service will be broadcast on Facebook Live, as usual.
Help us prepare for Sunday
by signing up to attend
the service.
 
Just click on the image to the right to be taken directly to the registration form.
Please Participate!
 
Click on the image to the right to volunteer to take part in this week's service as a lector, psalm leader, intercessor, etc.
 
Soul Sisters on Saturday
 
The Soul Sisters (St. Dunstan’s women’s discussion group) will meet via Zoom Saturday, June 12, from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. What we’ll talk about is talking - about faith. Why is it so hard? Do we struggle to find the words? Do we fear how others might react? Do we wish we could, or are we just as happy to not? Have there been times when we wanted to share a faith experience, but just couldn’t do it? Or, have there been times when someone else’s sharing about their faith opened up our own hearts?
 
If you have any questions about the group, please contact Sue Carroll. Everyone is welcome to participate, and you are even welcome to invite your friends. Join the meeting using this link(If you are asked for the meeting ID, it is: 705 712 806)
 
Morning Prayer, Monday-Friday
 
Each morning at 10 a.m. we offer Morning Prayer by telephone. All you need to do is call our dedicated "prayer hotline" (508.924.1769) and the Rector (or, in her absence, another leader) will pray with and for you. You can participate as actively or quietly as you prefer.
 
Please join us!
 
Next Blood Drive ~ June 15
 
Tuesday, June 15
1:30-6:30 p.m.
 
The Church of the Redeemer
6201 Dunrobbin Drive
Bethesda
 
Please use THIS LINK to register.
If you have any difficulty scheduling your appointment, please contact Bob Yates.
 
 
For Your Prayers
 
 
For healing, strength, and protection:
 
Philip Adams, Joey Alfonso, Ruth Arichea, Joyce Barnett,
Sydney Betz, Connie Carpenter, Phil Carroll, 
the Rev. Canon Paula Clark, Bill Darnell, Kenny Farnsworth, Maddie Fennell, Warren Green, Todd Leonard,
Victoria Lodewick, Joyce Nugent, Carol Patterson,
Allison Roberts, Curt Shively, Lina Verville,
Don Wasseman, Charlie Wooters, Carmen, Claire, and Katherine
 
The peoples of Palestine and Israel
 
The Vivanco Family (missionaries in Quito, Ecuador)
 
Those victimized by racial hatred and gun violence
 
Those impacted in body, mind, or spirit by COVID-19
 
Those experiencing homelessness, hunger, unemployment,
and underemployment
 
 
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