A meal for fellowship and feedback

Fellowship Dinners in the Season of Easter

All are invited to join us for dinner in a fellow parishioner's home in April and May.

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In the great outdoors

Annual Youth Retreat

All youth grades 6 and up are welcome to attend our annual retreat to the Brandon Family Farm, April 23-24.

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At the Seminary of the Southwest

Starry Nights and Campfire Lights

Join us Thursday, May 5, 6:30 PM for an evening benefiting scholarships to Camp Allen.

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All Shall Be Well

St. Julian's Feast Day and Celebration

Join us Saturday, May 7, 9-11 AM and Sunday, May 8 at our morning services as we celebrate our Patron Saint Julian of Norwich.

Candle light, Contemplation and Song

A Contemplative Holy Communion Service with Songs from Taize

Join us each Sunday at 5 PM for a unique service that provides space for rest and renewal.

VBS June 13-19

Surf Shack: Catching the Wave of God's Amazing Love

All children ages 3 through in-coming 5th graders are invited to join us for our summer VBS program.

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Join us on our Pilgrimage

Navajoland Pilgrimage, June 18-26

All are invited to join us as we renew our relationship with our brothers and sisters in Navajoland and help with two building projects.

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St. Julian of Norwich invites you to grow with us in relationship, love all well, and seek intimacy with Christ.

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St. Julian's Feast Day Celebrations, Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May 8

The Feast of St. Julian of Norwich, our Patron Saint, is celebrated in the Episcopal Church May 8 of each year. Further, each year we at St. Julian's celebrate her life and the ways her story and teachings still inspire us today, on the weekend closest to her Feast Day. This year we will do so on Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May 8. ... Read more

An adult Discovery Class for those interested in learning more about or joining St. Julian's and the Episcopal Church, May 20-21

All are invited to join us for this annual Discovery Class led by our Assistant Vicar, the Rev. Kelly Koonce, to learn more about St. Julian's and the Episcopal Church. ... Read more

"She was devoted to good works"-Sermon for Easter 4, Acts 9:36-43

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Our New Testament Lesson from the Acts of the Apostles today tells Tabitha’s story. Acts tells us that Tabitha was a disciple of Jesus, and thus a leader, in the budding first century Christian community, and, further, that she was devoted to good works and acts of charity. ... Read more


"Do you love me?"

by Rev. Miles Brandon on

John 21:1-19
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Julian of Norwich, born in the 14th Century in Norwich England, is the Patron Saint of our community. She was known as a wise counselor and holy person in her own day, and she is thought to be the first woman to publish a book in the English language called "Revelations of Divine Love", through which Julian continues to speak to us today.

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Round Rock, TX 78681

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