Our Saviour Dallas

Our Saviour..believing in his Word..trusting in our Faith..demonstrating his Love..to the Honor and Glory of his Holy Name. Our Saviour was est 1954 and is dedicated to the serving God and demonstrating God's love.

We have several ministries, but are best known for Our Saviour Community Garden. We invite the neighbors to garden with us and also help maintain plots to dedicated to growing fresh vegetables for the Pleasant Grove Food Pantry.We invite you to join us in doing what God has called us to do. Love our neighbors as ourselves. We do not have traditional "office" hours but can be found in the gardens daily or in the pews on Sundays. Join us!

Operating as usual

Photos from Our Saviour Dallas's post 04/08/2021

Easter Sunday has come and gone, but the message is the same. Jesus came into this world to save us from our sins. To share the message of salvation. The story is one to be shared from generation to generation. We invite you to join us on Sundays at 10 am. Jesus is the Pascal Lamb and the light of the world.


"God’s blessing is like the rain, nourishing us in different ways so that we can grow and flourish."

Read today's meditation: prayer.forwardmovement.org


Grace is a massive word.
Nearly too big to understand.
Because Grace makes us new again.
And Grace is something that is simply given.
It doesn’t cost a cent.
Grace takes the useless pieces that is left when we are shattered, even before we even think to ask, and fits it together to form the most beautiful picture of wholeness.
Grace takes the heart that was dragged through mud to the Heavenly Laundry and hang it back on the clothespins of life, washed and ironed and ready for wear again.
It makes despondent people hope again, changes bitterness to forgiveness, and shape the lost ones into eternity people.
Through Grace a bleak future is turned into a bright future with loads of possibilities.
Godly Grace sets no specifications, asks no questions, have no expectations, sets no rules and never points a finger.
Grace says:
"I love you. Just as you are."
You don’t even have to be someone that has to do first, work, look or do deeds for others.
You have full access to Grace, forgiveness, acceptance and love while you are being just who you are.
Because He came to sew torn and worn-out lives into a heavenly tapestry of of unity.
God’s Grace is too vast to understand.
And ironically, that is what our beliefs are about.
Grace enfolds love, life, forgiveness, second-chances, do-overs, caring, being there for others, and too much more than we can think of.
And thankfully we do not have to understand the vastness of God’s Grace to accept it.
We only need to welcome, with gratitude, what is given to us so unconditionally..
From my ❤ to yours,


We want to wish you and yours a Merry Christmas!! Jesus Christ is born...won't you join us as we worship him.

dallasnews.com 12/21/2020

North Texas Food Bank, local pantries prepare to lose millions of pounds of food in 2021



North Texas Food Bank

NTFB's Drive-Thru Mobile Pantry will be at the following locations this week. All food will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Unfortunately, no walk-ups can be accommodated at our Mobile Pantry sites.

If you do not have a vehicle or need other options for food assistance, visit ntfb.org/agencies on our website.


Our Saviour Community Gardens

Thank you Sylvia, Maria, Lily, Sebastian, Fred, Coach Robertson and students from DISD Multiple Careers Magnet School! We have 200+ bags of greens ready for Pleasant Grove Food Pantry (PGFP) distribution tomorrow.


Pleasant Grove Food Pantry (PGFP)

Miracle Tuesday December 8
More than 200 families received boxes of canned foods and boxes that included oranges, potatoes, cheese, milk, sour cream, cottage cheese, creamed chicken, and frankfurters.
Fresh produce from Our Saviour Community Garden was delivered by Becky and David and distributed by volunteers.
April helped clients with SNAP applications.
Jose from Parkland Health, Jessy from Superior Health, and Darnell from Oak Street Clinic provided healthcare information on the parking lot.
Students from DISD's Multiple Career Magnet helped distribute food.
Wayne and Alfredo directed traffic.
Darlene and Cassandra worked the computers.
Susan, Larry, Lula, Margarite, and Martha were all over the place multitasking.
Joe and his crew did most of the heavy lifting, thankfully.
Sarai and her team did intake.
Awesome job everyone!


Episcopal Intercultural Network

From April 25, 2019:

"It was a Sunday and we had gotten up early—not my usual 3:45 a.m. wakeup for the Today show but still pretty early. We were driving back to Manhattan and hoped to make it in time for the morning worship service because back home, at St. James Episcopal Church, Nick is a crucial part of the worship team and he takes his responsibilities very seriously."


Episcopal Church Memes

Today is just the second day of a twelve day Christmas season. Keep wishing people, "Merry Christmas."

[10/29/19]   In these troubling times, we all could use a little prayer.

We invite you to join us this Wednesday night for "Pizza and Prayer" at 6:30. The Church of Our Saviour 1616 N. Jim Miller Rd Dallas, TX 75217.

If you are not familiar with The Episcopal church, now is a good time to come during our instructional bible study. This will be the first of our 6 week series. If you where needing a reason to visit, here it is. Please let us know if you plan to attend.

Our Saviour...believing in HIS word.
Trusting in Our Faith...Demonstrating HIS love...to the Honor and Glory of HIS Holy Name.


Our Saviour Community Gardens

Friday, November 1, 2019, Dusk-10:00pm, On the Garden Pavilion
At the Episcopal Church of Our Saviour,1616 N. Jim Miller Rd, Dallas, TX 75217

The Velacion (Vigil) and Ceremonial Dance offering to our loved Ones will feature The Groupo Yaoyollohlti Aztec Dancers

Las Dias de Los Mu***os is a time for remembering friends, family and ancestors.
We will begin our celebration of honoring the dearly departed by preparing an outdoor altar rich in cultural tradition;
Families are encouraged to participate and Honor a departed Loved One
by bringing a framed picture of them and a small offering of their favorite foods
or beverage to be placed on the altar and a little extra to share at meal following the dancing. It may be cold so bring your blankets.

A potluck meal including traditional foods will be shared at the end of the celebration.


For more information call
Becky 214-564-5801 (English)
Sophia 469-867-8038 (Español)

northtexasgivingday.org 09/19/2019

Pleasant Grove Food Pantry, Inc.


northtexasgivingday.org The mission of Pleasant Grove Food Pantry is to passionately pursue a hunger-free community in Pleasant Grove and the surrounding areas.


Pleasant Grove Food Pantry (PGFP)

176 families received food from PGFP yesterday. That's over 700 people who will not go to bed hungry for the next week. It is only possible because of a dedicated team of volunteers and caring donors just like you. Please give from your heart what you can to support this valuable ministry of helping others. Every $ will provide 3 nutritious meals for a hungry neighbor. Thank you for your support.


Episcopal Church Memes

Adapted from a prayer attributed to St. Augustine of Hippo (1979 BCP, pp. 71, 124, 134)


Episcopal Church Memes

The Episcopal Church, where we always continue to grow and learn together... (Created by Lionel Deimel)


Thanks to the youth from St. James Episcopal Church for helping bring in the harvest for Pleasant Grove Food Pantry (PGFP)! You are a Godsend!

“Today we went to pick peppers, tomatoes, eggplant, beans, and pears at Our Saviour Community Garden. I really liked cutting the peppers in the farm and taking pictures with the flowers. Then we went to the Pleasant Grove Food Pantry to take the produce we picked and see the process of getting food.” -Gyo Gyo


Episcopal Diocese of Dallas

This Much We Can Agree On...

The Church can be neither red nor blue. Nor are bishops political commentators. And fixing America’s immigration system is a complicated question, which I hope we can get back to, someday, in a bipartisan way.
Still, it is good to state some simple moral truths that ought to be self-evident to all, whatever one’s politics. Increasing or prolonging the suffering of children for the sake of political leverage is wrong. When local residents of both parties want to give children in detention and distress diapers, soap, and toothpaste, the correct response is ‘yes, thanks.’ Contra Stephen Miller, brutality is not a policy. Should the above not seem clear, I would worry over the morally corrosive effect on us.
Often Scripture exhorts us to care for the sojourner; we are also to pray for all, including the enemy (per Jesus) and Caesar (per Paul). Practical local efforts like those of Gateway of Grace are to be commended. We should also pray for the President, the parties, the Congress, those who work at the border, and the refugees, that we all might be preserved by God’s unmerited grace, and that we might live in this harsh time according to the ‘angels of our better nature.’

Peace, GRS


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Episcopal Intercultural Network

From June 25, 2018:


Rogation Sunday
May 26, 2019
Blessing of Our Saviour Community Gardens
Fr. William Ryan, Officiant

O gracious Father, who openest thine hand and fillest all things living with plenteousness; Bless the lands and waters, and multiply the harvests of the earth; show thy loving-kindness, that our land may give her increase; and save us from selfish use of what thou givest, that men and women everywhere may give thee thanks; through Christ our Lord. Amen.


As we strive to be good and careful stewards of the earth,
each year during Rogation Days, we ask for God's blessings for the gardens, that our land and all lands and waters may give her increase and save us from selfish use of what is given.
As we officially begin our 16th year, the Blessing of @Our Saviour Community Gardens will be Rogation Sunday, May 26, 2019, 10 am, Our Saviour Dallas, 1616 N. Jim Miller Rd., Dallas, TX 75217.
We hope you join us!♡


The Episcopal Church

“In the moments of despair, in the moments of the worst darkness, God had done something incredible, God had raised Jesus from the dead.”

- Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry

Watch Bishop Curry's 2019 Easter message now.

Full text in English and Spanish available here:


Spanish: https://www.episcopalchurch.org/es/posts/publicaffairs/el-obispo-presidente-curry-mensaje-de-pascua-2019


Episcopal Church Memes

Liturgical Easter begins after sunset on Holy Saturday with the Great Vigil of Easter. Lent has but a few hours left, and for many of us, the anticipation of Easter has begun.


Episcopal Church Memes

An empty tabernacle awaits the Easter Vigil. In The Episcopal Church the reserved sacrament is removed from the tabernacle or ambry where it is normally kept during the stripping of the altar at the close of the Maundy Thursday liturgy. There is no consecration of new elements from then until the Vigil on Saturday evening.


Episcopal Church Memes

From Anthem 2, Good Friday Liturgy, BCP, p.281.

[04/18/19]   Why Did Jesus Fold the Napkin?

Why did Jesus fold the linen burial cloth after His resurrection?

The Gospel of John (20:7) tells us that the napkin, which was placed over the face of Jesus, was not just thrown aside like the grave clothes. The Bible takes an entire verse to tell us that the napkin was neatly folded, and was placed separate from the grave clothes. Early Sunday morning, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene came to the tomb and found that the stone had been rolled away from the entrance. She ran and found Simon Peter and the other disciple, the one whom Jesus loved. She said, 'They have taken the Lord's body out of the tomb, and I don't know where they have put him!' Peter and the other disciple ran to the tomb to see.. The other disciple outran Peter and got there first. He stooped and looked in and saw the linen cloth lying there, but he didn't go in.

Then Simon Peter arrived and went inside. He also noticed the linen wrappings lying there, while the cloth that had covered Jesus' head was folded up and lying to the side.

Was that important? Absolutely!

Is it really significant? Yes!

In order to understand the significance of the folded napkin, you have to understand a little bit about Hebrew tradition of that day. The folded napkin had to do with the Master and Servant, and every Jewish boy knew this tradition.

When the servant set the dinner table for the master, he made sure that it was exactly the way the master wanted it...

The table was furnished perfectly, and then the servant would wait, just out of sight, until the master had finished eating, and the servant would not dare touch that table, until the master was finished. Now, if the master were done eating, he would rise from the table, wipe his fingers, his mouth, and clean his beard, and would wad up that napkin and toss it onto the table.

The servant would then know to clear the table. For in those days, the wadded napkin meant, 'I'm done.'

But if the master got up from the table, and folded his napkin, and laid it beside his plate, the servant would not dare touch the table, because........... The folded napkin meant, 'I'm coming back!'

He is Coming Back!


Episcopal Church Memes

Palm Sunday is also Passion Sunday, and from the Palm Gospel to the Passion Gospel we are led through all the changes in a single day. Then during Holy Week itself, we make the journey to Easter in real time, day by day. (Meme shared from Catholic Memes)


Join us on Sunday mornings at 10am ♡

You'll always get a Red Door Welcome at The Episcopal Church!


Gardeners in Community Development

GICD Annual Plant Sales coming soon.


Episcopal Church Memes

The Way of the Cross is often done by Episcopalians throughout the Season of Lent, either in the church or outside. However, it is especially appropriate for Holy Week.


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Spring forward an hour, Eucharist Service at 10, Lenten Studies at 11.

March 10 is the First Sunday in Lent, but is not considered part of the 40 days which comprise Lent.


Good News Initiative with Carrie Boren Headington

Join me this Lent in UNVEILING ourselves to God and receiving mercy, forgiveness and liberating unconditional LOVE. Day 1 Devotional. For More click the link below.

“But whenever anyone turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away. Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. And we all, who with unveiled faces contemplate the Lord’s glory, are being transformed into his image with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit.” - 2 Corinthians 3:16-18

We wear masks consciously or unconsciously on a daily basis. From pretty pictures on social media to looking busier at work to hiding alone on our darkest days, we walk around never disclosing who we are fully.

We look in the mirror in the morning and think, If anyone ever knew that about me, they would reject me. We have a gnawing sense of being found out. Even if there is nothing horrific to hide, our instinct is that what we are is not enough.

Some masks are slapped on us by the world. Some are self-imposed. Some of us have been hiding behind a pretense of who we think the world wants us to be or who we want to be ourselves, so much so that we are totally out of touch with our true selves. We have layered so many masks on top of our true selves that we are blinded, lost, veiled, and numb. We hide because we long to be employed, loved, accepted, and embraced.

When Adam and Eve turned away from God, ushering in sin and death, their first instinct was to hide among the trees (Gen. 3). God’s first question to them was, “Where are you?” From the very beginning, we see God searching after anyone who wants to hide from him. He longs to bring restoration, grace, mercy, and reconciliation to every single person on the planet and indeed the whole of creation itself.

Lent is an invitation to gaze upon the unveiled face of Jesus Christ crucified. With arms outstretched, stripped naked, nailed, and lashed, the Lamb of God took upon himself all of our sin, brokenness, and death that we desperately try to hide. With thorns piercing into his skull, Jesus is crucified for the sake of the world. On the cross, we see the TRUE UNVEILED face who took upon himself everything that makes us want to hide.

Because of Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross, we have been set free from any mask that tries to suffocate us. Because of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, we can now come to the throne of grace with unveiled faces ourselves with all confidence (Heb. 4:16). Followers of Jesus should be people who confess our sins, showing who we really are so that God may be glorified in us. We are sinners with unveiled faces who have been set free through Jesus Christ.

Prayer: Lord, thank you that we can remove our masks and show our true selves to you—the good, the bad, the beautiful, and the wretched. You died on the cross so that we could be forgiven and set free. Help us to reach out to others and create safe spaces where they too can remove their masks and receive the good news that they are forgiven, accepted, unconditionally loved and set free. Amen.

- Carrie Headington

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1616 N Jim Miller Rd
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