St. Augustine's Oak Cliff

St. Augustine's Oak Cliff

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Every year the ladies at St.Augustines come through with supplies for my kiddos! Every year for 12 years, never missing a year, even this crazy year!! My heart is full from their kindness and generosity!
Ya'll get pumped for small group, tonight! We'll be reading and discussing my ultimate fav, John Wesley. You may know him for his Methodist affiliations, but he was definitely an #AnglicanUntilHeDied.

Hope Anderson and I will see you tonight at 7pm!

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Miss you guys a lot. Great things going on🙏🙏🙏
DATE CHANGE ANNOUNCEMENT - this month's community meal will be on THIS SUNDAY JULY 21 AT NOON instead of Saturday July 20. Come for church, stay for the food, bring a neighbor. All welcome.
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.

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
Morning Prayer (Rite II) Online here at 10:15am
Holy Eucharist in person, outdoors at 11am


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.

Operating as usual

Tuesday Tuppence: Grace & Healing for All 06/29/2021

Tuesday Tuppence: Grace & Healing for All

Tuesday Tuppence: Grace & Healing for All - https://mailchi.mp/staugustinesoakcliff/tuesday-tuppence-grace-healing-for-all

Tuesday Tuppence: Grace & Healing for All Psalm 130 2 Corinthians 8:7-15 Mark 5:21-43 This past week's readings guide us to wonder about the attitude God would urge us to have toward healing; when do we throw in the towel? When do we give up? When do we cut our losses and go home?  For the messengers who come from Jairus' house, the powerf...

06/27/2021

Sunday Prayers: Fifth Sunday after Pentecost

Almighty God, you have built your Church upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief cornerstone: Grant us so to be joined together in unity of spirit by their teaching, that we may be made a holy temple acceptable to you; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

Psalm 130
2 Corinthians 8:7-15
Mark 5:21-43

Timeline Photos 06/24/2021

TOMORROW, 12-1pm. If you'd like to help with distribution, DM for details. Or swing by for some fresh produce & supplies!

TOMORROW, 12-1pm. If you'd like to help with distribution, DM for details. Or swing by for some fresh produce & supplies!

06/20/2021

Sunday Prayers: Fourth Sunday After Pentecost

Join us on page 79 in the Book of Common Prayer, or just pray along!

O Lord, make us have perpetual love and reverence for your holy Name, for you never fail to help and govern those whom you have set upon the sure foundation of your loving-kindness; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

Psalm 9:9-20
1 Samuel 17:32-49
Mark 4:35-41

06/13/2021

Sunday Prayers: Third Sunday After Pentecost

Join us on page 79, or just follow along!

Psalm 20
1 Samuel 15:34-16:13
Mark 4:26-34

Tuesday Tuppence: What's the Trinity Got To Do With It? 06/01/2021

Tuesday Tuppence: What's the Trinity Got To Do With It?

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Tuesday Tuppence: What's the Trinity Got To Do With It? Isaiah tells us that in this particular time, the year that king Uzziah died, he had a vision. It wasn’t just a dream or a kind of experience-out-of-time. Telling us exactly what year this happened shows readers and the faithful gathered over centuries and in this case, over millennia, that this v...

05/30/2021

Sunday Prayers: Trinity Sunday

Join us on page 79 in the Book of Common Prayer or just listen along!

Psalm 29
Isaiah 6:1-8
John 3:1-17

Almighty and everlasting God, you have given to us your servants grace, by the confession of a true faith, to acknowledge the glory of the eternal Trinity, and in the power of your divine Majesty to worship the Unity: Keep us steadfast in this faith and worship, and bring us at last to see you in your one and eternal glory, O Father; who with the Son and the Holy Spirit live and reign, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

Photos from St. Augustine's Oak Cliff's post 05/28/2021

TODAY. Food distribution, 12-3pm. Swing by for free fresh groceries, and/or TO HELP DISTRIBUTE. We are in need of volunteers TODAY!!! If you can help, just show up ❤️🙏🏼

Timeline Photos 05/24/2021

Monday Minute: Pentecost Replay & Opening Up - https://mailchi.mp/staugustinesoakcliff/monday-minute-pentecost-replay-opening-up

Monday Minute: Pentecost Replay & Opening Up - https://mailchi.mp/staugustinesoakcliff/monday-minute-pentecost-replay-opening-up

05/24/2021

(2/4) We’re swimming in all these layers of meaning, buoyed by the richness of our faith tradition throughout thousands of years, remembering the work of the Holy Spirit in the lives of the first disciples on this day, celebrating the fruition of the Holy Spirit’s work in your own lives in the creation and blessing of St. Augustine’s, and in an even more personal and immediate way, the joy of acknowledging the call of one more disciple into the household of God today, Emma Nitschke.

There’s a tenuousness to this celebration, though, too. The first disciples received the indwelling of the Holy Spirit while they were still mourning the absence of their beloved Lord, Jesus Christ. As we come together today, we may remember those who were with us 15 months ago on the Second Sunday of Lent in 2020, but have died since, and never again will darken the door of this beloved building. And we acknowledge, too, the grief we all hold in various ways that the pandemic has affected us in our relationships, in our health, in our work, in our livelihoods.

And holding that grief and pain together with the joy is not at all out of place here today, of all days, because baptism is not just new life, but it is first, death. And Pentecost is not just the giving of the Holy Spirit, but in accepting the indwelling of God in our very bodies and souls, we are accepting the struggle and strife which the world holds against God and against his love, and that war, though already won, may still claim our very lives, just the way that baptism is a drowning and a death to the life which the world offers, even as it is also a rising into the new life of God in Jesus Christ, through the womb of the church.

(2/4) We’re swimming in all these layers of meaning, buoyed by the richness of our faith tradition throughout thousands of years, remembering the work of the Holy Spirit in the lives of the first disciples on this day, celebrating the fruition of the Holy Spirit’s work in your own lives in the creation and blessing of St. Augustine’s, and in an even more personal and immediate way, the joy of acknowledging the call of one more disciple into the household of God today, Emma Nitschke.

There’s a tenuousness to this celebration, though, too. The first disciples received the indwelling of the Holy Spirit while they were still mourning the absence of their beloved Lord, Jesus Christ. As we come together today, we may remember those who were with us 15 months ago on the Second Sunday of Lent in 2020, but have died since, and never again will darken the door of this beloved building. And we acknowledge, too, the grief we all hold in various ways that the pandemic has affected us in our relationships, in our health, in our work, in our livelihoods.

And holding that grief and pain together with the joy is not at all out of place here today, of all days, because baptism is not just new life, but it is first, death. And Pentecost is not just the giving of the Holy Spirit, but in accepting the indwelling of God in our very bodies and souls, we are accepting the struggle and strife which the world holds against God and against his love, and that war, though already won, may still claim our very lives, just the way that baptism is a drowning and a death to the life which the world offers, even as it is also a rising into the new life of God in Jesus Christ, through the womb of the church.

05/23/2021

Sunday Prayers: The Day of Pentecost

Join in on page 79 in the Book of Common Prayer, or just listen along!

Psalm 104:25-37
Acts 2:1-21
John 15:26-27; 16:4b-15

Almighty God, on this day you opened the way of eternal life to every race and nation by the promised gift of your Holy Spirit: Shed abroad this gift throughout the world by the preaching of the Gospel, that it may reach to the ends of the earth; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

05/16/2021

Sunday Prayers: Seventh Sunday of Easter

Join in on page 79 of the Book of Common Prayer, or just listen along!

Psalm 1
1 John 5:9-13
John 17:6-19

O God, the King of glory, you have exalted your only Son Jesus Christ with great triumph to your kingdom in heaven: Do not leave us comfortless, but send us your Holy Spirit to strengthen us, and exalt us to that place where our Savior Christ has gone before; who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, in glory everlasting. Amen.

Timeline Photos 05/15/2021

We're collecting 2-3 minute video clips to highlight the unique stories and people who are the community of St. Augustine's. Think about why you keep coming back, who made you want to stay involved, what event or crisis led you to understand God's grace more deeply through this church. Then sign up for a slot to record your clip on a Sunday morning after the 9am outdoor service, or just set up your iPhone to record your words and send them to Mtr. Emily!

We're collecting 2-3 minute video clips to highlight the unique stories and people who are the community of St. Augustine's. Think about why you keep coming back, who made you want to stay involved, what event or crisis led you to understand God's grace more deeply through this church. Then sign up for a slot to record your clip on a Sunday morning after the 9am outdoor service, or just set up your iPhone to record your words and send them to Mtr. Emily!

Timeline Photos 05/13/2021

Mtr. Emily will be leading a group called "Being With" starting in June, to help us reconnect after the pandemic. The program will be 90 minutes weekly and will be completely on Zoom. Time of day and day of the week is still being finalized -- she will work with everyone's schedules, and may even hold more than one session in order to accommodate as many as would like to be included! Direct Message us if you'd like to participate.

Mtr. Emily will be leading a group called "Being With" starting in June, to help us reconnect after the pandemic. The program will be 90 minutes weekly and will be completely on Zoom. Time of day and day of the week is still being finalized -- she will work with everyone's schedules, and may even hold more than one session in order to accommodate as many as would like to be included! Direct Message us if you'd like to participate.

05/09/2021

Sunday Prayers: Sixth Sunday of Easter

Join us on page 79 in the Book of Common Prayer, or just follow along as we pray together!

Psalm 98
Acts 10:44-48
John 15:9-17

O God, you have prepared for those who love you such good things as surpass our understanding: Pour into our hearts such love towards you, that we, loving you in all things and above all things, may obtain your promises, which exceed all that we can desire; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

05/02/2021

Sunday Prayers: Fifth Sunday of Easter

Join us starting on page 79 in the Book of Common Prayer, or just listen along.

Psalm 22:24-30
1 John 4:7-21
John 15:1-8

Sunday Worship ONLINE ONLY Tomorrowđź’§ 05/01/2021

Sunday Worship ONLINE ONLY Tomorrowđź’§

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Sunday Worship ONLINE ONLY Tomorrowđź’§

Tuesday Tuppence: The Good Shepherd 04/27/2021

Tuesday Tuppence: The Good Shepherd

Tuesday Tuppence: The Good Shepherd - https://mailchi.mp/staugustinesoakcliff/tuesday-tuppence-the-good-shepherd

Tuesday Tuppence: The Good Shepherd This is Mtr. Emily's sermon from Sunday, April 25, 2021, the Fourth Sunday of Easter. I’m going to take us back again -- again, I know -- to the tomb. To the early morning, to the while it was still dark, to the dawning of light and of revelation, to the dawning of the new order of things that cam...

[04/27/21]   Ushers?

If you're wild to go inside for worship, let us know if you'd like to serve as an usher! We need volunteers to help with crowd control and direction in order to have services inside again.

Outdoor services will continue apace!

04/25/2021
04/25/2021

Sunday Prayers: Fourth Sunday of Easter

Join us on page 79 in the Book of Common Prayer, or just listen along.

Psalm 23
1 John 3:16-24
John 10:11-18

O God, whose Son Jesus is the good shepherd of your people: Grant that when we hear his voice we may know him who calls us each by name, and follow where he leads; who, with you and the Holy Spirit, lives and reigns, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

04/18/2021

Sunday Prayers: Third Sunday of Easter

Join us starting on page 79 in the Book of Common Prayer, or just follow along as we pray!

Psalm 4
1 John 3:1-7
Luke 24:36b-48

Friday Freebies: Vaccines, Education, Meditation! 04/16/2021

Friday Freebies: Vaccines, Education, Meditation!

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Friday Freebies: Vaccines, Education, Meditation!

[04/15/21]   Hey; anybody got an extra microwave that's gathering dust? Our office kitchenette microwave has died. It responds not to any plug, after a rather dramatic snap-crackle-pop! Let us know.

Julian of Norwich, Meditation, and Mindfulness Lives On! 04/12/2021

Julian of Norwich, Meditation, and Mindfulness Lives On!

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Julian of Norwich, Meditation, and Mindfulness Lives On!

04/11/2021

Sunday Prayers: Second Sunday of Easter

Join starting on page 79 in the Book of Common Prayer, or just listen in!

Special guest preacher this morning, Dr. Dallas Gingles from SMU.

Psalm 133
Acts 4:32-35
John 20:19-31

04/11/2021

Join starting on page 79 in the Book of Common Prayer, or just listen in!

Special guest preacher this morning, Dr. Dallas Gingles from SMU.

Psalm 133
Acts 4:32-35
John 20:19-31

04/11/2021

Sunday Prayers: Second Sunday of Easter

Join starting on page 79 in the Book of Common Prayer, or just listen in!

Special guest preacher this morning, Dr. Dallas Gingles from SMU.

Psalm 133
Acts 4:32-35
John 20:19-31

Sunday Morning Worship Link 04/11/2021

Sunday Morning Worship Link

Sunday Morning Worship Link - https://mailchi.mp/staugustinesoakcliff/sunday-morning-worship-link-8486577

Sunday Morning Worship Link

04/04/2021

Sunday Morning Prayers: EASTER

Follow along starting on page 79 in the Book of Common Prayer, or just listen in!

Psalm 118:1-2, 14-24
1 Corinthians 15:1-11
John 20:1-18

04/02/2021

Good Friday Prayers

Join us on page 276, or just listen along.

Psalm 22
Hebrews 10:16-25
John 19:1-37

Timeline Photos 04/02/2021

Our attention in these days should not be on ourselves. We should not, like Pilate, turn away from Jesus. Our attention is on our friend—who in narratival time, is tonight on his way to unspeakable suffering, lonely betrayal, who will tomorrow climb the tree of death, and who will on the third day catch us up in his eternal resurrection—and who in God’s time is already and always the Lord over life and death.

From Dr. Dallas Gingles' Maundy Thursday sermon

Our attention in these days should not be on ourselves. We should not, like Pilate, turn away from Jesus. Our attention is on our friend—who in narratival time, is tonight on his way to unspeakable suffering, lonely betrayal, who will tomorrow climb the tree of death, and who will on the third day catch us up in his eternal resurrection—and who in God’s time is already and always the Lord over life and death.

From Dr. Dallas Gingles' Maundy Thursday sermon

Our Story

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
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Tuesday 09:00 - 15:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 15:00
Thursday 09:00 - 15:00
Sunday 08:00 - 13:00
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