St. Augustine's Oak Cliff

St. Augustine's Oak Cliff

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Miss you guys a lot. Great things going on🙏🙏🙏
Fr. Jordan & Mother Emily thank you for coming by and praying over Keith....I TRULY appreciate you showing love to my HUSBAND. Keith said he felt yall prayer and he truly GRATEFUL that yall came by to visit him. He in rehabilitation
I never really understood the significance of Lent or Holy Week, but am becoming more aware since becoming submerged in the Anglican tradition three years ago. I'm understanding more the meaning of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Vigil...and how those are SO VERY important in preparing our hearts for the celebration of Easter Sunday. Today is Maundy Thursday. This is a song that Fr. Nelson Koscheski and my husband, Ryan Flanigan, wrote last year, as part of their Liturgical Folk Lent Series. This video is especially treasured to me, as Ryan is playing my grandmother, Hope Evangeline Marsh's 1938 arch top Gibson guitar. I know she smiles down, every time we play it! #liturgicalfolk #maundythursday #easteriscomingbutnotyet
Last night's service was awesome.
Wonderful baptism this morning...

St. Augustine's — a diverse, liturgical church with deep roots in the community of Oak Cliff and in the ancient faith of the church.

Sunday Rite I - 8AM Rite II - 10:15AM Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Rite II Morning Prayer - 9AM Oak Cliff is always changing. Waves of demographic shifts over the decades have created a mashup of cultures, flavors, and life that makes it the most unique neighborhood in Dallas. So too with our church: in 2014 three churches with deep roots in this community decided that they could serve the neighborhood better together than separately, so they formed St. Augustine's — a diverse, liturgical church with deep roots in the community of Oak Cliff and in the ancient faith of the church.

Mission: St. Augustine's is committed to worshipping the Triune God in the Great Tradition of the Church, loving our neighbors & our neighborhood, and leaving a legacy of leadership and discipleship in Oak Cliff and beyond. Come join us.

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Chili Cook Off and Annual Meeting Tomorrow! - https://mailchi.mp/305b90423580/small-group-2512353

OPENA meeting in the parish hall, following the community meal ❤️

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The striking, haunting arrangements created by the Ikebana class.

There's always room to join -- next meeting is in February.

THIS WEEK. There is such a thing as a free lunch. Hot, delicious, with sparkling conversation -- and a bonus presentation on Redlining following at 130pm. Vegetarian options available!

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The Chalking of the Doors: An Epiphany Tradition Explained - OnePeterFive

Make an appointment for Mtr. Emily to come and chalk your front door -- commit to hospitality this year!

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Merry Epiphany! As you’re trudging about today, take a moment to wonder why you’re taking the path you’re on, and what God might want to reveal to you on it. ...or just eat some cake.

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It's still Christmas! Join us this Sunday at 10:15am as we continue to celebrate the birth of the Deliverer-Child whose name is Jesus. (No 8am service this week!)

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"The virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel." Join us this Sunday at 8am or 10:15, with nursery, choir, and children's church at 10:15. Come, let us adore Him!

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Christmas is coming! Spend an hour in song and reflection with your community on Kiest Blvd. Worship the newborn king! 👑

CHRISTMAS LUNCH THIS SATURDAY - Join your neighbors for a Christmas lunch on Saturday, courtesy of St. Augustine's. Free lunch, Christmas spirit, good company. If you're working Christmas Day or are looking for an extra dose of celebration with others, be our guest as we celebrate together a few days early.

"Are we to wait for another?" John asked Jesus from prison. Short answer: No. For the long answer, join us this Sunday at 8am or 10:15, with choir, nursery, and children's church at 10:15. We're a diverse, liturgical church with the Gospel of Jesus Christ at the center-- you're welcome with us!

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Isaiah prophesied that a little child shall lead us to a country where the lion will lay down with the lamb. That child has come, and his name is Jesus. Worship with us this Sunday at 8am or 10:15, with nursery, children's church, and choir at 10:15. See you Sunday!

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Advent Family Night; we came, we made wreaths, we prayed & crafted & listened to stories, we ate, we went home! #advent

Prepare ye the way of the Lord! Worship with us this first Sunday of Advent at 8 or 10:15, with children's church and choir at 10:15. We're a multicultural church worshiping in the Great Tradition, following Jesus together, and you're welcome here.

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Wait with us for the Light to come, be not afraid of the darkness. Enjoy an evening with your whole family, and an age-appropriate lesson on the season.
Free dinner & wreath-making craft!

We're a diverse, liturgical church worshiping the Triune God and following Jesus today in Oak Cliff. Join us Sunday at 8am or 10:15, with choir, nursery, and children's church at 10:15. See you Sunday!

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We're a diverse, liturgical church worshiping in the Great Tradition and following Jesus in today's world. Join us this Sunday at 8am or 10:15, with children's church, nursery, and choir at 10:15. See you soon!

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We're a diverse, liturgical church in Oak Cliff worshiping in the Great Tradition and following Jesus today. Join us for worship at 8am or 10:15, with nursery, children's church, and choir at 10:15. See you Sunday!

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St. Augustine's Oak Cliff

We're a diverse, liturgical church rooted in the ancient faith and following Jesus in today's world. Join us Sunday at 8am or 10:15, with choir, children's church, and nursery at 10:15. See you Sunday!

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staugustinesoakcliff.org St. Augustine's is a new church in the Oak Cliff neighborhood of Dallas, TX, meeting at 1302 W. Kiest Blvd. As a church in the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, we are a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

We're a diverse, liturgical church in Oak Cliff, growing together as one body in Christ. Join us Sunday at 8am or 10:15, with nursery, choir, and children's church at 10:15. See you Sunday!

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Lutheran Anglicans

"The justification doctrine is at heart the gracious exchange: it is not one problem of the Christian life; it simply IS the Christian life. For Christ to stand in our place, to become our sin, to bear our curse, to walk the way of our death, is simply to confess that Christ dwells within the far country that just is our inwardness."

-Kate Sonderegger, "The Doctrine of Justification & the Cure of Souls."

We're a diverse, liturgical church with deep roots in Oak Cliff and the ancient Christian faith. Worship with us at 8am or 10:15, with children's church, nursery, and choir at 10:15. See you Sunday!

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In the Gospel according to Ruth, the way to redemption is through faith in our kinsman-redeemer, by His grace and steadfast love. Join us this Sunday at 8 or 10:15am, with children's church, nursery, and choir at 10:15. See you Sunday!

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This week is the story of Ruth's marriage proposal to Boaz, a question on which her heart and her future is riding. Thankfully, in Christ, all of God's promises to us are "Yes" and "Amen" (2 Cor. 1:20). Join us this Sunday at 8am or 10:30 (w/ choir, nursery, and children's church). See you Sunday!

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Dangerous Discipleship: St. Augustine's E-News

Following the God of Israel got Ruth way out on a limb, where she needed to trust that this God's promises are real. Are we doing the same? Join us this Sunday at 8am or 10:15, with children's church, nursery, and choir at 10:15. See you Sunday!

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mailchi.mp Sunday School, Small Groups, Sermon Series: Ruth (Weeks of Sept. 8-Oct. 9) We're walking together as a church through the book of Ruth.  There are two opportunities to go deeper: Sunday mornings at 9:15am (this Sunday in the Conference Room, with Fr. J), and a weeknight small group (Wednesdays, 7:...

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Where You Go, I Will Go: St. Augustine's E-News

We live in a time when it's less and less common to make the kind of come-what-may, faithful commitment that Ruth made to Naomi. But it's the kind of commitment that God made to us. Join us this Sunday, 8am or 10:15 with children's church, nursery, and choir. See you Sunday!

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mailchi.mp Sunday School, Small Groups, Sermon Series: Ruth (Weeks of Sept. 8-Oct. 9) We're walking together as a church through the book of Ruth.  There are two opportunities to go deeper: Sunday mornings at 9:15am (this Sunday in the Conference Room, with Fr. J), and a weeknight small group (Wednesdays, 7:...

Ruth sermon series, Week 1:

What does it say about God that this story is in the Bible? It’s not a story about yet another great and powerful man—instead it zeroes in on two poor women and their hopes and troubles. It’s not even primarily about an Israelite—it’s about an immigrant, a foreigner, an outsider who comes to Israel with nothing and winds up becoming the great-grandmother of Israel’s greatest king. Just the fact that this story exists is remarkable. These are not the kinds of stories that normally got written down and passed down in the ancient world. The fact that this story is in the Bible must mean that God cares about people like Ruth and Naomi, the widows, the foreigners, the poor and the hopeless. God sees them; their struggles matter to him; his will is for their redemption, to bring them into his people and give them a future and a hope.

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Join us as we start a sermon series on Ruth, a story about two women of faith and a God of redemption that knows no bounds. 8am or 10:15, with nursery, choir, and children's church at 10:15. See you Sunday!

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What's going on at St. A's? Join us this Sunday for our fall kickoff, with food and a ministry fair after church in the parish hall. One service at 10:15, with choir, nursery and children's church. There's a home for you here!

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Salvation in Christ means being set free, body and soul, from bondage to the powers of sin, death, and the devil. Worship with us in the beauty of God's holiness at 8am or 10:15, with choir, nursery, and children's church at 10:15. See you Sunday!

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[08/22/19]   Mother's Musing:
*a super unofficial thought of the day*

Eager to enjoy the 80-degree weather, I planned to strike out early for a walk, baby lashed to me, hoping he'd be lulled to sleep by the brisk pace I planned.

Then my preschooler couldn't imagine me going for a walk without him. With the warning that I couldn't carry him -- he would unequivocally have to walk the whole trek -- he grabbed by hand and I steeled myself as we set out.

Having spent many such walks inwardly grousing at the lack of vigor and inability to focus and quiet myself when little legs and voices were accompanying, I fought to find something, anything, redeeming about the situation.

As the preschooler sobbed and screamed from exactly halfway through the walk all the way to our front door, knowing he was just resistant and not in pain or in true distress, I dragged him along compassionately, not responding to his protests but letting him just work out what he needed to, loudly.

How similar are our foibles -- resisting that which we have committed to and longed for but find to be more than we expected, resisting the things that will make us stronger because they're relentless or because they're too warm or because they're too fast. God leads us along, calmly withstanding our tantrums and tears, continuing to guide and sometimes if necessary to drag us toward the life and goal which he's set before us.

So my prayer became that as I walked along and calmly withstood the resistance of the screaming creature next to me, that by God's grace I might also grow in strength to withstand the resistance and screaming of my own temptation, to become every more the creature God has imagined.

[08/19/19]   Mother's Musings:

*A super unofficial thought of the day*

Over the weekend, Fr. Jordan was telling me about a book he'd read on vocation -- the special work that God dreams up and gives to each of his creatures according both to their abilities and their needs -- and he said that part of the message of the book was that for a Christian, a vocation always includes an element of the cross, of sacrifice and discomfort (to put it lightly!).

How counter-cultural this message is: that what we're meant to be and to do ought not be the most comfortable, easiest, in-our-wheelhouse work. The lesson is easy to see in parenting, but necessarily applicable to all facets of our lives. To raise up a child in the way he should go, we must endure many tantrums, much pee-on-the-floor, late nights and early mornings -- we must adjust our lives to be faithful to the vocation of parenting a child.

Likewise, we are called in specific times and places to adjust, even to *change* our very lives (habits and routines, but perhaps even where we live and how we budget) in order to serve the vocations to which God calls us.

To where might God be calling you to take up your cross this week, for the sake of your (eternal) good, and God's eternal glory?

Jesus said, "I came to bring fire to the earth, and how I wish it were already kindled!" Who is this strange Prince of Peace? Worship with us at 8am or 10:15, with music, nursery and children's church at 10:15. See you Sunday!

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In the face of violence and hatred, the God of all nations shines a light. That light is Christ, who calls the nations to himself. Worship with us at 8am or 10:15, with children's church at 10:15. All nations and peoples are welcome here!

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We just opened up our enrollment to new families!!!

St. Augustine's PDO
1302 W. Kiest Blvd
Dallas, TX 75224

First day of fall session begins August 20th!! We are open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 to 3 for children ages 3 months to 4 years.

For more information email: [email protected]

Join us this Sunday at 10:15am as we welcome Bishop George Sumner and renew our baptismal covenant! Come early, at 9:15, for a special forum led by the bishop in the parish hall on how to be good stewards of God's creation. See you Sunday!

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Worship with us: Rite I - 8AM Rite II - 10:15AM (w/ Nursery and Children’s Ministry)

9:15AM - Christian Education

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Rite II Morning Prayer - 9AM Oak Cliff is always changing. Waves of demographic shifts over the decades have created a mashup of cultures, flavors, and life that makes it the most unique neighborhood in Dallas. So too with our church: in 2014 three churches with deep roots in this community decided that they could serve the neighborhood better together than separately, so they formed St. Augustine's — a diverse, liturgical church with deep roots in the community of Oak Cliff and in the ancient faith of the church.

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1302 W Kiest Blvd
Dallas, TX
75224

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Tuesday 09:00 - 13:30
Wednesday 09:00 - 13:30
Thursday 09:00 - 13:30
Sunday 08:00 - 13:00
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