Easter Sunday is the biggest celebration of the year, and the culmination of our Lenten fasting. We rejoice in Christ being raised from the dead, trampling over sin and death, and triumphing over the grave. At this service, we celebrate baptisms, ring bells, and throw a huge party!
Maundy Thursday celebrates the night that Jesus commanded (or "maundy" meaning mandated) the celebration of Holy Eucharist. In John's Gospel, we also know Jesus washed his disciple's feet as an example for them, which we also observe in this service. The altar is then stripped of all linens and decoration and all leave in silence.
New to Rez? New to liturgy? Ever wonder why we do things the way we do? Join Fr. Shawn for an interactive one-hour tour through the liturgy on Sunday, April 7 after the service. Grab a cup of coffee, get your questions ready, and join us as we begin the tour in the lobby.
Please be sure to register, especially if you are in need of childcare.
Table Groups are an extension of the Lord’s table for the sake of others. At the Lord’s table we share in the good life of God in Christ and become participants of a divine and radical hospitality that welcomes, shapes, and sends us to do the same for others.
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It's the last day before the Christian observance of Lent, in a season in which the whole Christian community grows in prayer, fasting, and generosity in preparation for Holy Week. Let's enjoy our last day before Lent, Austin style, with breakfast tacos!
Join us for a low-key community dinner (tacos available for purchase at Stouthaus) from 6:00-8:00 PM.
Sunday, Feb 24 after Holy Eucharist
If you're new to Rez we'd like to invite you to a low-key lunch with us at El Chilito (4501 Manchaca Road at Redd Road) after the service Sunday, 24th. This is a good opportunity to visit with some of our leaders and clergy. See you there!
Living As A Bridge Builder - Potluck Dinner & Discussion
Sunday, Feb 17 at 5:30 pm to hear from Andrew Hartwell
"Who Is My Neighbor?" is a discussion group which gathers once a quarter to explore the topics that divide our neighborhood. As Christians, we are learning how to discern the Kingdom in the midst of issues around race, sexuality, economic practice, politics and other public issues that we believe the Gospel speaks to.
Please join us in the Rez Sanctuary at Eden Park Academy. Andrew Hartwell will share about his recent return to Bayshore Christian Ministries (BCM) where he led and served from 1984-2008. BCM serves the youth of East Palo Alto, CA. Andrew was part of the 4% white population of the city while he lived and worked there. His life and ministry there were largely shaped by John Perkins' 3 R's of Christian Community Development - Relocation, Reconciliation, and Redistribution. He will be sharing from lessons he has learned in the area of racial reconciliation and healing.
For questions or more information on this ministry contact Dr. Britt Stone.
Join us for our annual church meeting, where we look back at the things God has done in the last year and look forward for the vision in the coming year.
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A rowdy, family friendly, hymn sing, and blessing of the beer at the greatest pub ever. Kids face painting, hymn singing, and blessing for the new year. We'll be collecting donations for the relief work of Light from Light in Haiti.
Join us as we continue the third section of our catechism course. We meet every Sunday before the service for 45 minutes. Childcare is provided.
We'll be covering:
The Lord's Prayer
The Kingdom of God
The Christian Liturgy
The Ten Commandments
Participation in the course is free. If you haven't already purchased a copy of the catechism, we can provide one for you.
The “Who is My Neighbor?” conversations are safe places to talk about how we, as a Christian community, can witness to God’s work of mercy and reconciliation through Jesus. They are conversations about our biggest challenges about our bodies, identify, and faith placed under the care of God and worked out in community. While we are concerned with arriving at better answers, we want to begin with better questions by becoming a listening and discerning people.
On May 5th at 5:00 PM we are hearing from some minority members of Rez about their experience with race, gender, and inequality. Join us afterward if you are able, to grab some tacos for dinner.
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Our good bishop, Todd Hunter, is buying the first round of 60 drinks tonight Stouthaus Coffee Pub beginning at 6:00 PM, and Resurrection South Austin and Church of the Cross Austin are matching that gift toward Christine Warner's (from Christ Church of Austin) recovery fund. A big thanks to The Diocese of Churches for the Sake of Others: C4SO
Join us as we kick off the second section of our catechism course. We meet every Sunday for 6 weeks after there service for one hour. Lunch and childcare is provided.
We'll be covering:
- The Apostles Creed
- Reading the Bible
- The Church
- The Sacraments
Registration & Cost: We will accept donations for registration to help cover costs of food, materials, and childcare. If you haven't already purchased a copy of the catechism, we can provide you with one with an optional donation.