Sunday Worship in Austin 

The Austin Convocation of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas welcomes YOU! We are doing great things in diverse worshiping communities, and they are waiting to worship with you on Sunday, July 8, 2018. Below you will find offerings in all shapes, sizes, locations, and rites. Each church has prepared a description of itself in its own words, and we invite you find one that speaks to you. Please don’t be dismayed at the distances — some of our newest church plants are a little further out but have much to offer and share. We’ve got hidden gems all over the city. Think about carpooling or using RideAustin or another rideshare to keep costs down and fellowship up. We can’t wait to see you!

Episcopal Church of the Resurrection

The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection is a family‐sized mission located in the heart of the cozy Crestview neighborhood at 2200 Justin Ln., Austin, TX 78757. We offer two Sunday services at 8:30 AM and 10:30 AM. The 8:30 service is a small Rite I service with no music in our chapel, while the 10:30 service is Rite II, takes place in the Nave, and includes a full choir. Fr. James Derkits (Trinity Episcopal Church, Port Aransas) will preach both services: all money from the offertory will go to rebuilding efforts in Port Aransas in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

St. James’ Episcopal Church

“Wherever you are on your journey of faith, you are welcome at this table.” St. James’ Episcopal Church is an inclusive multicultural parish located in East Austin at 1941 Webberville Road, 78721, less than 6 miles from downtown Austin. Come experience radical hospitality at:

  • 8 am: Rite I service in a spirit of contemplation.
  • 10:15 am: Rite II service, a celebration of God’s love and the Spirit’s work in the world, with joyous music and fellowship.
  • 1:00 pm: Proyecto Santiago Missional Community Spanish‐language service with guitars and voices.
  • 5:30 pm: A creative, contemporary service, based on the New Zealand Prayer Book.

St. Julian’s of Norwich Episcopal Church

St. Julian’s is a 9‐year‐old Church Plant of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas meeting in a renovated commercial space. We provide Ancient/Future Sacramental Worship blending traditional hymnody, Taize, gospel and contemporary music. Children of all ages are very welcome and so are shorts and flip flops. Services are at 9 and 11:30 AM. Join us!

7700 Cat Hollow Drive #204
Round Rock, TX 78681

All Saints’ Episcopal Church

8:00 a.m. Eucharist, Rite I
10:30 a.m. Eucharist, Rite II

Located on northern edge of the University of Texas. Founded 1899. Historical designations: National Register of Historic Places; Texas Historic Landmark; City of Austin Historic Landmark; Historic Texas Cemetery (Bishop Kinsolving Crypt under Altar). Also known for its stained glass windows, designed by Willet‐Hauser Architectural Glass, Inc. Newest window panel to honor Absalom Jones and Jonathan Daniels, replacing Robert E. Lee.

Episcopal Church of the Cross

The Episcopal Church of the Cross is a new congregation located in the Lake Travis area, west of Austin. Enjoy a beautiful drive into the Hill Country, and worship with this new people being created to bringing God’s healing, hope, and reconciliation to the world, beginning in our very neighborhoods. Worship and Children’s Ministry begins at 9:30 AM. Church of the Cross worships in the cafeteria of the Serene Hills Elementary School, located at 3301 Serene Hills Drive in Lakeway. For more information, go to

St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church

St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church – 8134 Mesa Drive, Austin 78759 ‐ a stress‐free 15 minute Uber/Lyft ride from downtown on a Sunday morning. On July 8 at 10:30am we invite you to our Holy Eucharist which will feature some of Austin’s finest singer‐songwriters including Shinyribs front man Kevin Russell, the Shiny Soul Sisters, Robert Harrison, and songwriter Wendy Colonna will delight you with her great voice and spiritual power. The cool vibe of the Austin Saxophone Ensemble will accompany our organ and piano. 60 minute service with sermon, music and communion followed by a 30 minute mini‐concert featuring our guest musicians! Come see us!

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church is located 2128 Barton Hills Drive in Austin’s Greenbelt, just up the hill from the iconic Barton Springs Pool the spiritual center of the city and the site of the 1730 abandoned Franciscan Mission Come early and walk our meditation trail, or bring your swimming gear to jump in the Springs following service. St. Mark’s is also home to the Episcopal Veterans Fellowship. The Associate Rector and founder of EVF, The Rev. David Peters, will be preaching July 8th and hosting area veterans for a gathering about veterans ministry after both the 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. service.

Christ Episcopal Church

We are a vibrant, Spirit‐filled community celebrating God’s love. We seek and serve Christ in others, loving our neighbor as ourselves. We strive for balance in heart, mind, soul and strength. We are a people of faith, integrity, and vision, open and affirming to all. We invite you to visit our grounds, including the Labyrinth and Stations of the Cross.

Please join us in worship at 8:00AM (Traditional Service, Rite II), or 10:30AM (Contemporary Service, Rite II).

Adult Formation Bible Study is at 9:15AM. Sunday school and nursery are offered at 10:15. We are located at 3520 W. Whitestone Blvd., Cedar Park, TX 78613.

St. George’s Episcopal Church

St. George's Episcopal Church, located at 3501 North I‐35, just south of Airport Blvd, holds two services each Sunday. The 8:00 am service is a Rite I Eucharist with a shared sermon and no music. The 10:00 am service is a Rite II Eucharist with choir, congregational music, and KidsWord and YouthWord Sunday School programs for children and youth. The mission of St. George's Episcopal Church is to worship God and share our faith through word, action, and service. We are a joyous and welcoming community, and we'd love to have you join us during General Convention!

St. Michael’s Episcopal Church

Located in the western hills of Austin, St. Michael's Episcopal Church is set against the idyllic Texas countryside, offering 7:45am and 10am services on Sundays. The Rev. Jimmy Bartz, founder of Thad’s Episcopal Church in Santa Monica, CA, and current rector of St. Johns in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, will be our preacher Sunday, July 8th. Make plans to join our welcoming congregation at 1500 N. Capital of Texas Hwy., easily accessible and minutes away from downtown. Visit our website at www.St‐Michaels.Org.

St. David’s Episcopal Church

St. David’s is a diverse, energetic, inclusive Christian community devoted to meaningful worship and ministry. We have a long tradition of civic engagement in the city and has forged enduring ministries to address needs in the community. St. David’s is located at 301 East 8th St. We offer four Sunday morning services (8 a.m. Rite I, 9 a.m. Rite II, 9:15 a.m. family/contemporary, 11:15 a.m.Rite II), plus an evening service at 5 p.m. and Compline at 8 p.m. Please go to for full descriptions of each worship service. There is free parking in our garage on Trinity St.

Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest

Sunday, July 8th

Eucharist at 10:00am in Christ Chapel

Brunch from 11:00pm – 1:00pm in Weeks Center

Campus of Seminary of the Southwest
501 East 32nd Street, Austin, TX 78705

On Sunday, July 8th, Southwest will host a 10am Holy Eucharist in Christ Chapel, followed by a Brunch and Open House, to allow convention attendees an opportunity to experience our serene and beautiful campus. The Holy Eucharist will have The Rt. Rev. Todd Ousley presiding, and The Very Rev. Cynthia Briggs Kittredge preaching. Please join us on campus for either the Holy Eucharist or the Brunch, or both. The brunch will be an open ended buffet, so if you decide to visit another of the wonderful parishes in Austin, please drop by afterwards for a delicious meal and fellowship, and the chance to unwind from the activity downtown.

Just 3 miles from the convention center, a visit to Southwest may just be the break you need on this Sunday morning midway through General Convention. The perfect chance to learn or share about Seminary of the Southwest. All are welcome!