NEWS

Volunteering at a Mobile Food Pantry

By St. Francis Episcopal Church | May 28, 2020

This past Saturday, I volunteered at a Mobile Food Pantry organized by the Central Texas Food Bank (CTFB). Here is a little bit about my experience. My first step was…

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See what the St. Francis grounds look like on a normal Spring day.

By St. Francis Episcopal Church | May 22, 2020

The St. Francis grounds provide a beautiful and welcoming outdoor environment for all God’s creatures—including humans. We seek an awareness of God’s presence in fellowship, in silent meditation, and in…

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Weekly Word: May 18-24, 2020

By St. Francis Episcopal Church | May 21, 2020

Disappointment. After watching the numbers for new COVID 19 cases in Bell County ramp right up, in early April, I was exceedingly hopeful since then.  Since the middle of April,…

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Prayers

By St. Francis Episcopal Church | May 4, 2020

Thank you to the Virginia Seminary. A Prayer for a Person Suffering with COVID-19God of healing, God of hope, our souls are hungry for health and happiness. You are the…

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Online Worship

By St. Francis Episcopal Church | May 4, 2020

Our Sunday worship services will be live-streamed on Facebook, each Sunday at 9:30.  For the duration of our time “apart,” we will continue to offer prayers at Noonday, also posted on…

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Weekly Word

By St. Francis Episcopal Church | Apr 29, 2020

Last week, I spoke a bit about Morning Prayer, and how it was really quite different in intent from celebrations of the Eucharist.  I’d like to continue to look at…

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Weekly Word

By St. Francis Episcopal Church | Apr 22, 2020

Just a bit more on Morning Prayer.  Since our time of enforced separation from one another is extending, we are fasting, in a sense, from the Eucharist.  And during this…

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Weekly Word

By St. Francis Episcopal Church | Apr 15, 2020

Well, who would have thought…..? I, for one, certainly not.  And I’m a little embarrassed by that.  I certainly was aware of the beginnings.  I just didn’t think that it…

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