St. Dunstan's Church

Traditional Anglican (Episcopal), Biblical Dillon, CO
St. Dunstan's Church
St. Dunstan's Church
St. Dunstan's Church
St. Dunstan's Church
St. Dunstan's Church

Who We Are

St. Dunstan's is a new mission congregation in the Anglican Province of America, which is a Traditional or Continuing Anglican Church, meaning that the church has remained constant to the faith delivered to us by our forebears in the Anglican Communion from the Early Church established by our Lord Jesus Christ Himself through His Apostles. Its beliefs are based on the teachings of the Bible as explained in the Creeds and Traditions of the Church. Its bishops hold valid consecrations and are in Apostolic Succession to the original apostles who were chosen by Christ Himself.

We have only two reasons to exist as a church; they are to worship God and present the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ faithfully. We endeavor to present the Gospel through our worship and by how we live our lives.

Careful attention to the words we read and pray and sing in our 1928 Prayer Book will reveal to you the profound message of the Gospel as believed by us and by faithful Christians for 2000 years. We will not compromise God’s Word no matter what the current secular trends may urge. The Gospel demands that we strive to apply its message also to our lives in practical ways so that each of us can become a better disciple and ambassador for our Lord.

About Us

Traditional Liturgy, Friendly, Conservative

Adult Education, Faith and Work, Community Service, Missions, Food Pantry

Traditional Hymns





Plan Your Visit



40 Cove Blvd., Suite B-1
Dillon, CO 80435-8810



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Our Services

What are services like?
Reverent, traditional, biblical preaching.

What is the community like?
New and growing

What if I'm not a Christian?
All are welcome to get to know us and our Lord by visiting us.

Leadership View all

The Rev. John S. Longcamp Priest-in-Charge

The Rev. John S. Longcamp Priest-in-Charge

Father Longcamp came to the priesthood as a second vocation after practicing pediatrics in Virginia with the U. S. Army and in private group practice in Colorado and Ohio for 31 years. Prior to moving back to the mountains of Colorado, he served St. Paul's Anglican Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. He met his future wife, Judy, and developed a love for Colorado and the Rocky Mountains while completing his pediatric residency at Denver Children's Hospital. He and Judy have one son, a daughter-in-law, and a grandson, who live in Southern Indiana

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