Wednesday, Oct 17, 6-9 PM in the Worship Space

Traces of the Trade: Dinner, Documentary, Dialogue

Join us for a meaningful and safe conversation on racial reconciliation (adults and teens).

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Sundays, Oct 14-Nov 11

The Season of Giving Thanks

A season to discern how God is calling us to support St. Julian's with prayer, time, talent and treasure in the year to come.

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Between Services each Sunday at 10:30 AM

Christian Education Continues for the Fall Semester

Click on the "Read More" link for information on our programs for all ages.

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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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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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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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"The Season of Giving Thanks", St. Julian's Annual Stewardship Campaign, begins this Sunday, Oct 14:

​This Sunday St. Julian's will, once again, enter into a season to intentionally consider how God is calling each of us to participate in furthering God's mission and ministry in and through our family of faith ... Read more

"Charity and Justice", a 3-Week Exploration of Outreach at St. Julian's, Sundays, 10/14-10/28, during Adult Ed (10:30 AM):

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Follow-up on St. Julian's first ever Ministry Fair:

​Thanks to all who joined us for our Ministry Fair on 9/30. ... 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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St. Julian of Norwich 7700 Cat Hollow Dr., Suite 204
Round Rock, TX 78681

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