The Rev. Dr. Miranda K. Hassett is the Rector of St. Dunstan’s. She has served at St. Dunstan’s since January of 2011. She was ordained to the priesthood in 2009. She loves the heck out of this church, and hopes you will too. Rev. Miranda received her Master of Divinity degree from the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Prior to attending seminary, she earned a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of North Carolina, and wrote a book based on her dissertation research, Anglican Communion in Crisis: How Episcopal Dissident and Their African Allies are Reshaping Anglicanism. Rev. Miranda is married to Phil and has two children, ages 14 and 10.
Ann McGrath is our friendly and helpful Office Coordinator. She is usually here Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 9am to 2pm. Ann lives in Lodi, Wisconsin, with her husband, Brooks, and two daughters, ages 10 and 6. She has a small farmer’s market business selling homemade jams, jellies and pickles called Ann in a Jam. She joined the staff at St. Dunstan’s in 2018.
Deanna Clement is serving as Director of Music Ministries while pursuing a Ph.D. in music theory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A Madison transplant who completed degrees at University of Arizona (B.M. in Composition) and Northern Arizona University (M.M.) and loves sunshine, spicy food, and the Madison lakes, her musical background is varied and her tastes are eclectic. She joined the St. Dunstan’s staff in 2017.
Father John Rasmus is a retired priest of the Diocese of Eau Claire who makes his home at St. Dunstan’s. He often provides pastoral and liturgical support when Rev. Miranda is away.
Father Tom McAlpine is a retired priest of the Diocese of Fond du Lac and professor of Old Testament. He sometimes leads a Bible study group at St. Dunstan’s and often takes pastoral calls when Rev. Miranda is away.
Deacon Laura Norby is a retired vocational deacon of the Diocese of Milwaukee. She serves at St. Dunstan’s by offering prayers for healing during our Sunday morning services on the first Sunday of the month.
While Father John, Father Tom, and Deacon Laura serve regularly in public roles in the parish, we are blessed with many retired clergy who contribute their wisdom, prayers and presence to our common life.