Anglican church in East Dallas. You were made to be fully human.
All Saints East Dallas is a three-stream Anglican church - rooted in Scripture, sustained by the Sacraments, and animated by the Spirit. All Saints East Dallas exists to live in God’s presence and live out his love and to connect with the people of the neighborhoods of East Dallas and beyond. We are a parish of All Saints Church Dallas.
Mission: Behold and Become
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“We come into the world looking for someone who’s looking for us...” - Curt Thompson.
“Repentance is not about behavior change but rather about submitting to the one who can remake us.” - Rev. Chris Myers .
To listen to last week’s sermon, click link in bio. #anglican #epiphany3 #stbartsdallas https://ift.tt/2O8UFGx
Our candlelight Christmas Eve service (complete with Children’s Pageant!) will take place on Tuesday, December 24th at 5pm. All are welcome! ___________________________________________________ #christmaseve #christmas #stbartsdallas #anglican #silentnight https://ift.tt/36MTtjb
Our candlelight Christmas Eve service (complete with Children’s Pageant!) will take place on Tuesday, December 24th at 5pm. All are welcome!
“Like a mother in labor or a marathoner in the middle of the race, we all need encouragement to endure. We all need hope.” ___________________________________________________
🎨 and 🖋 by Morgan Harper Nichols ___________________________________________________
To listen to last week’s sermon, visit www.stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss
“Our Advent waiting is a transformed waiting.” _____________________________________________________ Kicked off Advent season with a wreath making party it was such a special evening. To listen to yesterday’s sermon, click the link in bio. _____________________________________________________ #stbartsdallas #advent #anglican https://ift.tt/2LfNZVH
“This Sunday’s collect is one of my favorites, and it can help us dispute a common myth of our day.” ______________________________________________________________ 🎨: @scottthepainter
Almighty and everlasting God, whose will it is to restore all things in your well-loved Son, the King I’d kings and Lord of lords: Mercifully grant that the peoples of the earth, divided and enslaved by sin, may be freed and brought together under his most gracious rule; who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever, Amen. ______________________________________________________________ To listen to last week’s sermon click the link in our bio. _____________________________________________________ #stbartsdallas #anglican #transformation https://ift.tt/2pJISWk
“What is different about this New Covenant? God will put his law within us and write it on our hearts.” __________________________________________________
🎨 @filamenthaus __________________________________________________
To listen to last week’s sermon, visit https://ift.tt/2nfICMW or search “St. Bart’s Dallas” wherever you normally listen to podcasts. __________________________________________________ #comethoufount #sealitforthycourtsabove #stbartsdallas #anglican https://ift.tt/33QhvZ1
Another wonderful Newcomer’s Night in the books! Such a privilege to see our community grow and relationships develop. ___________________________________________________ #community #fellowship #stbartsdallas #eastdallas https://ift.tt/2qz1Ejc
“God is not going to destroy us as he did Jerusalem because Jesus was crushed for our iniquity. Yet in the freedom that is ours in Christ, we repent and we bring these Baals, these false gods that we have repeatedly turned to in anxiety when our livelihood is threatened.” ___________________________________________________ To listen to last Sunday’s sermon by @liturgicsjay, visit https://ift.tt/2nfICMW ___________________________________________________ #stbartsdallas #anglican #lamentations https://ift.tt/2VkUv1a
“Prayer is relational, so there is space within it to express our anger, our pain, and our doubt.” To listen to last week’s sermon, visit https://ift.tt/2nfICMW ___________________________________________________
🎨: @filamenthaus ___________________________________________________ #stbartsdallas #learningtolament #anglican
“Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.” - St. Paul ________________________________________________ We baptized two new little ones this week, welcoming them into the family of God. To listen to last week’s sermon, visit https://ift.tt/2ZxkSpP. ________________________________________________ 📸: @busybeingbrylee #stbartsdallas #anglican #baptism https://ift.tt/34T75ZM
Oh what a night! Thanks to everyone who came out to St. Bart's Fest last night - we are so grateful for this growing community!
Photos by the talented Brylee Beth Bolton.
Our 2nd Annual St. Bart’s Fest is THIS SUNDAY! Right after the service, come enjoy an outdoor dinner under the trees with the community at St. Bart’s Dallas! Live music, bounce houses, pizza, face painting and a just an all around good time! All are welcome! ____________________________________________________ September 8, Service is at 5pm, Party immediately follows from 6:30-8:30 pm, 1000 Easton Rd, Dallas, Texas. ____________________________________________________ #stbartsdallas #stbartsfest #allarewelcome https://ift.tt/2LuEX6j
“We will wander. It’s inevitable. We will build our own broken cisterns. How do we put ourselves in the ‘pathway of grace’ in order to drink from the fountain living waters?” ________________________________________________ To listen to last week’s sermon visit https://ift.tt/2ZxkSpP https://ift.tt/2Lrt414
Join us for our final Summer Worship Night, a special service of extended worship, prayer and healing ministry.
Wednesday, Aug 14 @ 6:30pm Childcare provided through age 5.
RSVP Here: https://www.facebook.com/events/2427594954139517/
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Join us for a special service of extended worship, prayer and healing ministry. Ryan Flanigan of @liturgicalfolk will be leading us in worship, so come fill your cup with us! _________________________________________________ Wednesday, July 17 @ 6:30pm Childcare provided through age 5 _________________________________________________ #worshipnight #worshipnightdallas #stbartsdallas https://ift.tt/2Jw30SF
“Hospitality is making space in ourselves for others.” __________________________________________________
Artwork by @scottthepainter ___________________________________________________________ Last week was the final sermon in our Values series. You can read our Vision and Values on the website, and to listen to last week’s sermon, click link in bio. #hospitality #visionandvalues #stbartsdallas #anglican #eastdallas #dallas https://ift.tt/2YJO5JQ
Join us for these special summer services of extended worship music, prayer and healing ministry. Childcare provided through age 5. ___________________________________________________ #nightofworship #stbartsdallas http://bit.ly/2RnasCd
Enjoyed a lovely Newcomer’s Night on the patio at Urban Vines yesterday. Power is still out for many folks so it was nice to have a little respite and spend time getting to know some really great people. ________________________________________________ #stbartsdallas #Anglican #newcomeasyouare http://bit.ly/2R9mr5T
[06/09/19] Hello all! Due to today’s crazy storm and a power outage at the church, we are cancelling this evening’s service. Stay safe out there!!
Check out this article by our very own Morgan Claire Myers, co-owner of East Dallas Psychotherapy in Casa Linda.
To listen to last week’s sermon, click link in bio. __________________________________________________ #thegoodshepherd #50daysofeaster #stbartsdallas #anglican #sermonsketches http://bit.ly/2E4We35
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Artwork by Salah Elkatanani.
To listen to last Sunday’s Easter sermon, click link in bio. __________________________________________________ #livinghope #easter #eastersunday #holyweek #stbartsdallas #anglican http://bit.ly/2W3z1p0
He is risen indeed! _______________________________________________ #easter #holyweek #heisrisen #heisrisenindeed #stbartsdallas #anglican http://bit.ly/2Vmk6ZS
The Paschal muster is the central reality of the Christian Faith. Our attention turns tonight and the next three days to the heart of this mystery, Christ, who is “All in All” (Col 3:11). ____________________________________________ #maundythursday #thegreatthreedays #holyweek #stbartsdallas #anglican http://bit.ly/2Xqn9xQ
We ushered in Holy Week with palms representing Jesus’ triumphant entrance into Jerusalem as he makes his as he makes his way to the cross. To listen to this sermon, visit
Our very own Katy Wileman Monwai wrote (very eloquently) about the purpose and practice of Lent. Take a look below!
"Waiting on God’s Kingdom is a kind of martyrdom that is a lifelong project. We need Lent to teach us, to train us in this death that is waiting, and in the faith, hope and love that must support it." - Katy Monwai of St. Bart's Dallas
Rollin’ into Holy Week like...
For our Maundy Thursday service (4/18 @ 7p), White Rock Fellowship church has generously opened their space to us. Here we are doing some staff location scouting and we think you’re gonna like it!
To listen to last Sunday’s sermon, follow this link.
🎨 : Morgan Claire Myers
To listen to last Sunday’s sermon, the second in this Lenten season, visit www.stbartsdallas.org/online-sermons.
To listen to last Sunday’s sermon, the first in this Lenten season, visit www.stbartsdallas.org/online-sermons.
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We’re all searching for who we were meant to be. We’re yearning to become fully human, whole and complete in God. And we know that our church family is meant to play a critical part in the process of becoming fully ourselves, fully human. And yet, it can be so difficult to find a church that really resonates with us at our core, that doesn’t just represent a part of us, but the whole of us. We're helping hundreds of believers in East Dallas become fully human by practicing together the unforced rhythms of grace in our every day life.
Come to a service this Sunday, and discover with us what it means to become fully human.
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