Supper, Program, Compline

Enhancing your Well-being with Spiritual Practices

Wednesday Evenings in Lent, March 13, March 27, April 3 and April 10 from 6:30-8 PM. All ages welcome.

2019 Lenten Offerings
Body, Mind, and Spirit

YogaMass, Sunday, March 31 at 5 PM

All are invited us to join us for Christ-centered worship on the mat.

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Each Sunday Morning, 10:10-10:50 AM

Races, Reconciliations, and the Body of Christ

An Adult Christian Education Program for Spring of 2019.

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The 4th Sunday of Each Month, 4:15-7:15 PM

"4th Sundays at Community First"

Join a team as we serve dinner and assist with worship at Community First Village.

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Student Ministry for Grades 6-12

Journey to Adulthood, Sundays, 5-7 PM

St. Julian's Youth Program, Journey to Adulthood, meets most Sunday evenings beginning with dinner.

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Year Round Food Collection

"One More Can" Collection at St. Julian's

Help us collect food for food insecure student in Round Rock schools.

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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 Annual and Capital Campaign to raise both the funds to support our 2018 operating budget and those required to begin to “prepare land” for a permanent campus for our church.

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"Their god is their belly"-Sermon for Lent 2, Philippians 3:17-4:1

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​In my sermon last week on the first Sunday in Lent, I mentioned the old adage…you are what you eat. ... Read more

"Jesus answered him"-A Sermon for Lent 1, Luke 4:1-13

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​As on the first Sunday of Lent each year, we hear, once again, today the story of Jesus’ 40-day journey in the wilderness. ... Read more

"Enhancing Your Well-being with Spiritual Practices", Wednesday Evenings During Lent, beginning March 13, 6:30-8 PM:

​Each evening will begin with a simple supper of soup, bread and salad followed by a 50 min teaching based on the Living Compass ... Read more


Love and Action. Neighbors through Civic Duty

by Rev. Demery Bader-Saye on

John 6:56-69
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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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