There will be no weekly sheet either in church or on our web site for the next few weeks whilst we reorganise our administration. In church during August and September we will be using a simple temporary sheet with the essential words of the Mass and the New English Hymnal. We appreciate your understanding.
Mr Innocent Shams has been the Administrator at St Dunstan's for some 8 years. He produces the weekly sheets, answers telephone and e-mail enquiries, opens the church for visitors and co-ordinates some of the rotas. There will be an opportunity to thank Innocent for all his hard work and very faithful service to St Dunstan's Church over many years and to wish him well for the future on Sunday 26th August 2012 at the 10.00am Mass.
There are new pictures on our web site of the Olympic Torch coming to Stepney on Saturday 21st July 2012 do have a look by clicking here
There are some great new pictures taken from on top of the tower on the day the Olympic Torch came to Stepney Green Park. Picture include the City of London, Canary Wharf and Stepney City Farm. To have a look and click here
New photographs of The Arbour Graduation on our web site click here
The Arbour is a project founded and supported by St Dunstan's and this is the graduation ceremony of the Womens ESOL and mentoring project for 2012. More than 50 women, some of whom are newly arrived in the UK, have been learning English and gave their first public speech and received their ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Certificates. The Arbour does really great work in our local community, have a look at the web site >
The Textile Circuit is a large-scale exhibition programme, at 8 community venues, from Bow along the Commercial Road London E14 to the Tower of London.
These venues form a circuit linking the community to the heritage of the local area with textile art work made over the last six years
St Dunstan's Contribution:-
St Dunstan’s Church
Stepney High Street, E1 0NW
Every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10am-4pm
On display is the Medieval Parish textile tapestry. This large hand stitched and painted tapestry was made in 1999, by local groups working with Stitches in Time to explore the medieval history of Tower Hamlets. St Dunstan was the patron saint of sailors. Visitors can take part in Friendship Ribbon workshops.
Friendship Ribbon Workshops FREE
Sat Jul 21 2.00-4.00pm
Sat Jul 28 2.00-4.00pm
Sat Aug 4 2.00-4.00pm
Download the Stitches in Time PDF leaflet & map
Bishop of Stepney welcomes 4 new Deacons to the Episcopal Area, article in the East London Advertiser Click Here