Saturday, Oct 30, 2-4 PM

Halloween Trunk or Treat and Cookout

Join us in the parking lot of the church on the 30th for Halloween fun!

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From Grateful Hearts For All Of God's Blessings

"The Season of Giving Thanks" has begun!

Click "read more" for info on our Fall Stewardship Campaign.

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Sunday, Nov 7 at 9 and 11 AM

Celebrating the Feast of All the Saints

Join us Sunday, Nov 7 at both services as we celebrate God's Saints and the Faithfully Departed.

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Fall 2021 Christian Education, Between Services, 10:10-10:50 AM

Fall Christian Ed Has Resumed!

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All Things Come From You O Lord!

St. Julian's Closes on Land for New Campus

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Prayer, Resources, Connection, and Updates

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Join us at our Facebook page for weekday worship, connection and spiritual resources.

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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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An Invitation to the "Season of Giving Thanks" St. Julian's Annual Stewardship Campaign:

Last Sunday, October 17th, St. Julian's, once again, began our annual "Season of Giving Thanks". As a reminder, the "Season of Giving Thanks" ... Read more

Join our All Saints' Sunday Celebrations, Nov 7 at 9 and 11 AM:

​All Saints' is a Principle Feast in the Episcopal Church like Easter and Christmas. We will be giving thanks for all the saints of God ... Read more

"With a Grateful Heart", a Half-Day Retreat for the Women of St. Julian's, Saturday, Nov 13, 9 AM-1 PM on Zoom:

​The Women of St. Julian's (and their friends) are invited to attend "With a Grateful Heart," a half-day online retreat from 9 AM to 1 PM on Saturday, Nov 13. ... Read more


"My flesh is true food"-A Sermon for Proper 15

by Rev. Miles Brandon on

John 6:51-58
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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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