Meet monthly on a Thursday afternoon to fold, staple, and label our church newsletter to prepare them for mailing. The group has a lot of fun! Contact: (281) 440-1600
Begin On Our Knees (BOOK)
A weekly ministry that meets each Monday morning at 8:00am to pray specific prayers for the church ministries, programs and leadership at St. Dunstan's. Come with great expectations to experience the glory of God in answered prayer. Contact: Ingrid Hoyle
Children's Teachers and Helpers
Serve on Sundays, Wednesdays, or at home – directly with children or behind-the-scenes. There is a place for you! You select a ministry team you are comfortable with, where your gifts are needed, and that fits your schedule. Contact our Minister to Children, Louise Durnell (281) 440-1600.
Good News Team/Tech Team
This team is a communication arm of St. Dunstan's. It facilitates publicity, via bulletin boards, hand-outs, and other parish communications, promotes activities, supports other ministries, and spreads the good news of God's work at St. Dunstan's. The Team welcomes all members to participate in this vibrant ministry. The Tech Team provides electronic and technical support for St. Dunstan's through the website, electronic media, wireless communications, social networks and sound and video technology.Contact: Reggie Lang @
In His Steps Stewardship
In His Steps is a yearly stewardship campaign at St. Dunstan's that gets parishoners involved at various levels with making financial commitments/pledges to our church and its various ministries for the upcoming year.
A group of committed volunteers that take weekly turns at tidying up and stocking the four church kitchens. This team comes together once a month for some kind of event. Contact: Sheila Bahr (281) 440-1600
St. Dunstan's Saintly Servers
The Saintly Servers are a group of women and men who help decorate and serve at special parish events and activities. Contact: Sheila Bahr (281) 440-1600
Weddings are arranged by contacting the church office at least 90 days in advance. Couples are required to be active, participating members of the Episcopal Church and will need to attend approximately four counseling sessions with the officiating priest.