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St. Dunstan’s cares for the homeless

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter With the weather turning bitterly cold, extra attention should be given to the needs of the homeless in Boston and surrounding communities. This week, St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church used its Dover Unplugged night to help care for these people by packaging over 140 backpacks full of supplies they need...
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Dover Unplugged assembling Care Kits

Dover Unplugged is hosting an evening for community service on Friday, December 6, to prepare 150 Care Kits for clients of Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program. The Care Kits will include knit hats, fleece gloves, socks, hand warmers, writing journals, personal care products, snacks and a handwritten holiday card. The Care Kits will be...
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Dover shows that it’s ‘got talent’

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter [caption id="attachment_32582" align="alignright" width="300"]Dover’s Got Talent eventual champion Nick Mangiaratti performs an Otis Redding classic. Dover’s Got Talent eventual champion Nick Mangiaratti performs an Otis Redding classic.[/caption] On Friday night, St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church held its first ever “Dover’s Got Talent”...
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Dover makes care kits for homeless

By Alexander Oliveira Hometown Weekly Reporter As part of their Dover Unplugged program, St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church invited members of the congregation and the greater community to fill over 225 care bags for two Boston homeless shelters this past Friday night. “It’s the giving season” said event organizer Carol Chirico, “and we’ve got the whole community putting...
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St. Dunstan’s VBS campers raise funds

Coins2 St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church in Dover held its 7th annual Vacation Bible School (VBS) from June 25-29. The theme this year was "Rolling River Rampage," and the kids learned that no matter what, God is always with them. The church was full of love and laughter...
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Packaging love and nutrients for Puerto Rico

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter It seems almost impossible to create 20 thousand meals in just two hours. When the community gets together to do it, though, it’s an easy task. On April 6, members of St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church in Dover partnered with the Outreach Project to create packaged meals for those in...
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Dover Unplugged hosting NuDay Syria

[caption id="attachment_25071" align="alignright" width="300"]Nadia Alawa Nadia Alawa[/caption] Watching the devastation caused by the humanitarian crisis in Syria, and it’s natural to wonder if anything can be done to help Syrian refugees. On Wednesday, March 7, at 7:00 p.m., Dover Unplugged is hosting an evening with Nadia Alawa, a New...
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Lifetime Learning presenting poetry class

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With spring approaching, it is now time to begin thinking of Dover’s ever-popular Lifetime Learning classes. The Friends of the Dover Council on Aging, with the support of the Dover Council on Aging, are sponsoring a Lifetime Learning class: Modern Poetry for Everyone. Participants will read and discuss selected poems, both closed forms...
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St. Dunstan’s holds Vacation Bible School

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St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church in Dover hosted its 6th annual Vacation Bible School (VBS) during the last week of June. Forty-one kids, 27 teen counselors, and many adult volunteers participated in the VBS, the theme of which was "Hero Central." Tying into the curriculum, participants visited their own local superheroes at the Dover...
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‘Art of Worship’ opens at St. Dunstan’s

St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church has announced the opening of “The Art of Worship,” a photography exhibit featuring the work of parishioner and Sherborn resident Tia Dennis. This exhibit of black and white photographs is part of the church’s 50th anniversary celebration. The exhibit will run through January 15. Dennis has no formal training in photography. However,...
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Rev. Leonard installed at St. Dunstan’s

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The Rev. Sean T. Leonard was installed as the church’s seventh rector by The Rt. Rev. Alan M. Gates, Bishop Diocesan, on October 5 at St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church. Clergy from the Charles River Deanery, Diocese of Massachusetts and neighboring churches in Dover joined in the celebration. Bishop Gates presided over the service...
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