Saint Dunstan’s Outreach Ministries

Local Mission Work

NAMNorthwest Assistance Ministries (NAM)

Northwest Assistance Ministries commonly referred to as (NAM) is a local nonprofit organization striving to provide local assistance for families in our community. Through NAM, we offer many different programs such as; Food Pantry, Christmas Stockings, Back to School Supplies, and Interfaith Hospitality Network.

LordoftheStreetsLord of the Streets: Downtown Houston

  • Feed the homeless
  • Clothe the homeless
  • Give leadership to programs


KnitwitAngelsKnit Wit Angels

A Monday morning tradition is the gathering of this group who knit and crochet items donated to the Seamen’s Center, cancer patients and newborns.


StreetofShoppesStreet of Shoppes

All year long a group of crafters prepare items to sell at our huge fall bazar called Street of Shoppes. The crafters meet each Wednesday morning for fun, fellowship and to exercise their creativity. All proceeds support mission work.


SeafarersThe Seaman’s Center

We have a presence at the Port of Houston where we provide hospitality to seamen from around the world. During the Christmas season we prepare gift boxes which our chaplain distributes to seamen.


kid's hopeKID’S HOPE USA This is a mentoring program where we meet with at-risk children from Eisland Elementary School. Each mentor is committed to meet with their assigned student each week for one hour. We are seeing lives changed.






Each quarter we sponsor a blood drive. We are currently giving 75 – 90 units at each drive. Since each unit can serve three recipients, we are touching the lives of about 1000 people annually!

SaintAndrew-150x150Brotherhood of St. Andrew

The Brotherhood of Saint Andrew is an international men’s ministry to men and boys in the Anglican/Episcopal Church. The Brotherhood was founded in 1883, and was incorporated in 1908 by an Act of Congress, signed by President Theodore Roosevelt. The Boy Scouts of America, and the Brotherhood are the only two organizations incorporated by an act of Congress. The incorporation of the Brotherhood reads: “The sole purpose of the Brotherhood is the spread of Christ’s Kingdom”. The mission of the Brotherhood is to bring men and boys into the deepest possible relationship with Our Lord Jesus Christ by following the rules of prayer, study, and service.

The St. Dunstan’s chapter of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew meets every other Saturday at 8:00 AM in the Bentley Educational Building.

Contact Gary Drum 281-651-8811 ( for more information.

Brotherhood of St. Andrew Golf tournament link


World Missions

LakotaReservationMission to the Lakota Tribe of South Dakota

 Saint Dunstan’s Worship Ministries


Altar Guild

Altar Guild member’s duties include preparing the Altars for all services and the elements for Holy Communion.


ParishChoirParish Choir

Participation in the choir is an excellent opportunity to return to God your time and talents, learn about music and worship, and deepen your lived faith. The Parish Choir is a volunteer ensemble welcoming to all who love music and wish to minister through it. All that is needed is the time to attend rehearsals and services, and a willingness to come and learn. This choir sings regularly for the 11:00am service and other services, September through May.  Rehearsals are Wedesday nights, 7:00-8:30pm; and the choir warms-up on Sunday mornings at 9:20am to sing for the 11:00am service. For more information, see the Traditional Music  page.  If you are interested, contact Gavin Craig, Choirmaster.

Lectors&ChalicersLectors and Chalicers

Lectors read the Old Testament lesson and the Prayers of the People during worship services. Chalicers serve the communion wine. Double-click on this link for Lay Ministry Schedule


acolyteAcolyte Corps

Acolytes carry the processional cross, lighting candles, and assisting at the altar. 

Acolyte Schedule



Greeters try to welcome all participants to services at St. Dunstan’s. They provide guests with a gift bag containing useful information, and answer their questions. Double click this link for schedule. Lay Ministry Schedule




At Sunday Services, funerals and other designated events, adult parishoners distribute leaflets, assist in greeting and seating worshipers, pass the alms basins and direct the congregation to the rail for Holy Eucharist. Ushers are scheduled to serve no more than once a month Lay Ministry Schedule


Counters work as part of a team for one Sunday a month to assist the Treasurer and Financial Secretary by tabulating the Sunday receipts after the 11:00am service.



Saint Dunstan’s Practical Service Ministries

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: (281) 586-0469


Children’s Teachers and Helpers

Serve on Sundays,  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.  

TechTeamGood News Team/Tech Team

This team is a communication arm of 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. Doug Harrington (281)-440-1600.  

coin2In 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. Ingrid Hoyle: (281) 586-0469

A link to the Sermon celebrating iGive stewardship


MarthaGuildMartha Guild

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: Mary Louise Anderson  (281) 440-1600


serve2St. 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: Sarah Quiroga (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. Contact: (281) 440-1600  

BookMinistry-150x150St. Dunstan’s Book Store and Gift Shop

Located in the Mace Room (use Parish Hall entrance). Open Sunday Mornings, 8:45am – 12:30pm. Contact: Nancy Feher, The Bookstore offers a selection of Bibles, Prayer Books,religious fiction, non-fiction, jewelry, all occasion gifts, cards, and more.


 Saint Dunstan’s Pastoral Care Ministries

4scoreGraphicIntroduction to Pastoral Care

All of our Pastoral Care Ministries are under the supervision of Father Randall Trego and coordinated by Hariette Ogan. Pastoral Care at St. Dunstan’s is a huge team effort as you can see by reading about the many facets of this ministry below.


Daughters of the King Prayer Chain

Confidential intercessory prayers are offered by members of this Order for women who have taken a vow of Prayer. For more information contact Sharon Patterson at or (832) 249-1203



Feed My Flock

People bring love and comfort with each meal delivered to someone in need in our parish family. For more information contact Nancy Phillips: (281) 781-7848 or (870) 404-6663



Healing Prayer Teams

Trained pairs of laity offer prayers and laying on of hands for those who request healing prayers during all worship services on Sundays. For more information contact Ingrid Hoyle: (281) 586-0469  


PetalPushersPetal Pushers

Laypersons arrange and/or deliver the altar flowers to those in the hospital or to anyone who just needs a “lift.” For more information contact  Sharon Patterson (832) 249-1203


StephenMinistryStephen Ministry

One-to-one pastoral care ministry is offered by trained and supervised, caring lay people to help those experiencing grief, terminal illness, separation, divorce, unemployment, hospitalization, loneliness, or other stressful changes that life can bring. For more information contact David Flores: (281) 370-5408

Stephen Ministry Featured on PBS

The PBS “Religion and Ethics” news show recently aired an eight-minute feature on Stephen Ministry that vividly describes the life-changing ministry happening in thousands of congregations. View the Stephen Ministry feature on the PBS Web site, where you’ll also find several bonus features–including a nine-minute interview with Stephen Ministries’ founder and executive director, Kenneth C. Haugk.

Walking the Mourner’s Path

A Christ-centered bereavement and grief support program designed to transform grief into joyful living. It is an eight week grief support group made up of 8-10 members. Meetings are 90 minute sessions. For more information contact one of the two facilitators: Valerie Murray: (832) 843-6352 or Mary Ann Cole: (281) 370-6387

eucharist5Lay Eucharistic Visitors

Holy Communion from Sunday Services and Thursday Noon Service is taken to homebound people by persons trained by the Rector and licensed by the Bishop. For more information contact Hugh Gillam: (281) 379-4712 LEV Schedule



Pastoral Care logoPastoral Care Visitors

Pastoral care is offered to persons in hospitals, assisted living centers, nursing homes, as well as those at home needing a pastoral visit by people trained to be sensitive and compassionate, and offering a calming, listening presence. For more information contact Harriette Ogan: Jerre Bergeron