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Every Wednesday in Lent - 7.30pm
Stations of the Cross and Eucharist
Every Sunday 10am - Parish Eucharist, followed by refreshments
Updated 20 February 2024
Welcome from Father Timon
Fr. Timon Singh, Vicar
St Dunstan Bellingham
Welcome to the website of St. Dunstan’s Church of England parish church serving Bellingham. St. Dunstan’s is a member of the Churches Together Initiative. I am Father Timon Balwant Singh, Vicar at St. Dunstan’s.
St. Dunstan’s offers traditional catholic worship, with emphasis on liturgy. The Royal Chapel organ, recently refurbished is the pride of the Church with its rich and deep resonating sound. Scouts and Cubs also participate in the services on Remembrance and Mothering Sunday.
Visitors are always welcome to join us at our services and there are opportunities for regular members of the church to explore theirfaith and to deepen their knowledge especially during the Lent and Advent seasons.
As a Church of Christ and a House of God we welcome everyone in the church. For we believe that the Church is the shared community place and the nucleus of all. At St. Dunstan’s we believe that God is vital part of us and that everyone should be given the opportunity to experience and explore his love.
As Vicar, I always make myself available for those who may be exploring their faith and wish to have a one to one chat. For this to happen the best time is Wednesday morning after the Mid-Week mass, however, I can also be contacted through mobile or email and the contact details are available on the Website.
St. Dunstan’s Hall is becoming a real community place as this offers, those who are health conscious to participate every Tuesday evening in Slimming World and Saturday Morning Eos Dance School for children. The Hall is also let out for other special occasions, please check it out with the hall manager. Details on the Website.
I hope that you will be encouraged, to visit and meet us and become part of St. Dunstan’s to serve the community of Bellingham and all God’s children.
Father Timon Balwant Singh