St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church Welcomes Parishioners from Lansdale

 

If you’re searching for a new church experience, look no further.  Give us a try and take part in a contemporary and inspiring worship.  We’re right around the corner from Lansdale and we’ll do everything we can to make your experience a good one. 

Want to learn more?  Watch our welcome video below and then worship with us this Sunday morning at 9.  Plan to stay for coffee hour after the service so we can get to know you.  Convenient directions from Lansdale are below.  Come. Share. Celebrate Christ.

 

Church Testimonial from Two of our Lansdale Parishioners: George & Mimi

Watch this short video from a couple of our longtime parishioners and then come and visit with us Sunday morning at 9.

 

We Support Laurel House and its shop in Lansdale

We want to make our community a better place to live.  We do this by helping people in need, such as Laurel House. Laurel House is an organization dedicated to ending domestic violence and serves individuals, families and communities throughout Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, including Lansdale, where they recently opened Laurel’s Loft, an upscale resale thrift shop.  This shop helps raise money and awareness of domestic violence throughout Lansdale and surrounding areas.

 

Meet Father Rivers – Our Priest

Meet Father Rivers - He leads our service on Sunday mornings at 9.Meet Father Rivers - He leads our service on Sunday mornings at 9.

I'm David Rivers and I'll be your master of ceremonies at St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church.  My father was a priest and, as such, I was born and raised within the Episcopal Church.  I'm a graduate of Haverford College and The Episcopal Theological School (now The Episcopal Divinity School) and have been entertaining congregations since 1972.  Since that time, my wife, Elizabeth, and I have traveled all over the area, serving congregations in Montgomery County, such as Lansdale. I'm enjoying my time at St. Dunstan's mostly because of the friendships I have formed with our parishioners.  No matter your background, I hope you'll come and join me Sunday morning at 9 for our next service.

 

Directions to St. Dunstan’s from Whites Road Park in Lansdale

We’re less than 8 miles from Lansdale!

  • Head southeast on Whites Rd toward Susquehanna Ave for about a half mile
  • Take the 3rd right onto S Broad St and go 2.5 miles
  • Turn left onto Morris Rd and continue on for another 4 miles
  • Turn right onto School Rd for about 1 mile
  • Turn left onto W Skippack Pike and you’re almost here
  • Look for the St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church sign on the right and turn into the parking lot

Need directions from another location?  Click here to access Google Maps.