St. Dunstan’s is the Mad River Valley’s only Episcopal Church and is a mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont. Our Bishop is the Right Reverend Thomas Ely.

We serve local residents from central Vermont, second home owners and visitors from all over the country. We have a tradition of shared ministry, which is reflected by our method of worship. Since its founding in the 1970s, St. Dunstan’s has gathered in many locations around the Mad River Valley, including the Joslyn Round Barn, the Bundy Center for the Arts, the 1824 House Inn, and the Sugarbush Conference Center. 

Our current home is The Valley Arts Art Gallery in Village Square Shopping Center at 5031 Main Street, Waitsfield, Vermont  05673. Please join us this Sunday at 9:30 a.m.

St. Dunstan (909-988) was a monk, abbot, and bishop of Worcester and finally Archbishop of Canterbury. He led England in a revival of Benedictine Monasticism as a “contemplative in action.” In his early life, he worked in metals, particularly the casting of church bells.