No One Stands Alone

Responding to Racial Injustice

"Dear Christ Church,

We are a kingdom people. Our vision is Christ and every tribe, tongue, and nation, the breadth of God’s creation before the throne in worship. This is the promise of Pentecost.

I am sure you have heard of the tragic death of George Floyd and the protests around the country. This reminds us that while we have been focused on the crisis of the pandemic, there are other longstanding fractures, injustices, and forms of suffering within our communities."     Read Father Cliff's complete letter here.


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God's Very Good Idea

Kids! Join Ms. Terrice and special guest Ms. Tanisha as they read a book together about God's wonderful idea to create people!  Many different kinds of people and His great love for us.

Watch the video here!

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Christ Church Service of Prayer & Lament

Sunday, June 7th we devoted our time of worship to calling out to our Father to bring about justice in our country.  We lamented the injustices against the Black community and other minority communities in recent days. We rebuked those who hold up systems and acts of oppression.  And we ask forgiveness for where we have participated in and been blind to the dehumanizing of people in our country.

Watch the service here!

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Letter from our Bishop

Our bishop, the Rt. Rev. Todd Hunter, has published this excellent joint letter with several other Anglican bishops, addressing this moment and this injustice. Please take a moment to hear from our bishop and leaders on this topic.

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Race, History and Policy in East Austin

Guest speakers Ashton Cumberbatch, a community leader in racial reconciliation, Jennifer Cumberbatch, Associate Pastor at Agape Ministries, and Virginia Cumberbatch, Director of the Community Engagement Center at UT joined us in 2017 at Huston-Tillotson University giving us insight into  God's work in the community by learning its history of race relations and public policy.  

Watch the presentation here!

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Anglican Multi-Ethnic Network Service of Lament

The Anglican Multi-Ethnic Network (AMEN) hosted an online service of lament Sunday, May 31st, at 7pm. Our Anglican family joined in prayerful lament for the racial injustice in our nation and our world.

Watch the service recording here