Sunday, January 22, 2017The Third Sunday after Epiphany
(3M Marathon - Possible church commute delays)
All Saints’ services at the Church:
7:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite I
9:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II * (Quin Choir)
10:30 a.m. Christian Education *
11:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite I * (Parish Choir)
6:30 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II (UT Student Center service)
Followed by complimentary meal in the Student Center
* Nursery available for 3 and under
No Adult Ed Forum or Lectionary Study Group today
Join us between services at 10:30 a.m. in Kinsolving Parish Hall for the:
ANNUAL PARISH MEETING
All are encouraged to attend this meeting. The agenda will include: Day School report, Episcopal Student Center report; Treasurer’s report and presentation of the 2017 budget; Sr. & Jr. Wardens’, and Rector’s addresses. We’ll also thank the outgoing Vestry members and welcome the newly elected ones. Copies of the Annual Report booklets with various ministries and committee reports and detailed 2017 Budget as well as the 2016 statistics from the Church Registry are available on request.
PUB CHURCH: 5:30-7 p.m. at Scholz Garten, 1607 San Jacinto Blvd.
On The Nature of Beauty with Pittman McGehee and Wendy Colonna
All are welcome! Poet, priest, counselor, renowned lecturer, psychoanalyst, stand-up comic. These categories only catch glimpses of the conglomerate of wit that churns inside and spills forth from Pittman McGehee in his signature talks on the Porch. Come learn from one of our country’s greatest teachers—our thinker-in-residence—as he takes our stage at Scholz’ yet again, this time pondering the nature of beauty from his unique perspective. For a glimpse into Pittman’s presence at Pub Church, check out this link to our SoundCloud page! You can listen to our 2016 Pub Church conversations with Pittman there.
Wendy Colonna is a regular southern renaissance woman: a seasoned troubadour, yogi, bookworm, adventurer, pollination ecology-enthusiast and hula-hooper. But it’s her songwriting and voice that draw in audiences in like bees to nectar. Wendy’s voice is grit-infused-honey and her songs echo swampy southern tales of loss, mortality, joy, reclaimed innocence and celebration. Colonna’s latest album, Nectar (2013), was praised by a number of many notable media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, American Songwriter, NPR’s Beale Street Caravan, Lone Star Music, and Buddy Magazine, (cover story). We’re so excited to hear her take on beauty at this gathering!
Pub Church starts at 5:30 PM in the backroom of Scholz Garten. The second half of the conversation is opened up to the congregation as a roving microphone gives voice to all who wish to comment, question, and share their perspective. At the end of the discussion, a radically-open Communion service is always offered.
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Pub Church 5:30-7 p.m. at Scholz Garten, 1607 San Jacinto Blvd. All are welcome!
PUB CHURCH provides regular opportunities for folks in Austin to interact with some of our community’s most interesting individuals, PUB CHURCH is a church about coming together and discussing issues of the heart, mind, soul, and spirit. While we hardly ever reach an ideological conclusion at PUB CHURCH, this sort of concrete resolution is not the goal of the program. Rather, PUB CHURCH is about the journey and the conversation, about respect toward differing opinions of the other, and about enjoying food, drink, and excellent music together with strangers and friends. Often led by NPR’s John Burnett, Front Porch founder Steve Kinney, and other notables, this platform for thoughtful conversation with folks of all sorts about the things that matter is what we believe church is all about. Communion at PUB CHURCH is radically open to all, as we seek to recover the power of table fellowship before Jesus got turned into a religion.
SUNDAY OVERFLOW PARKING PROCEDURE at ALL SAINTS'
Free Sunday overflow parking in the 27th Street and Speedway UT garages. As you enter the garage pull a parking ticket and then have it validated at the All Saints’ Welcome Desk outside of Kinsolving Hall on Sunday morning. You need a validated ticket to exit from the garage. If you have questions or problems, please contact Mona Myers (cell 791-8141). The street parking spaces along 27th, Whitis and the west side of University are paid city parking for $1 per hour (maximum 5 hours). The east side of University is UT parking (permit only). The City Parking on University, Whitis, and 27th street parking is free on Sundays.
To see events for the upcoming weeks download the newsletter.
Sermon By: The Rev. Dr. Stephen Kinney
The Second Sunday after the Epiphany
January 15 2017
Speaker: Lisa Medina
Overcoming the Holiday Blues
December 04 2016
Speaker: Patrice Schexnayder
The Church Discovered America?
October 30 2016
Speaker: Our Seminarians
Adult Ed Forum Oct. 23, 2016
October 23 2016
Speaker: Taylor Thompson
Habitat Building in Memory of His Mom
October 16 2016
Speaker: The Rev. Dr. Michael Floyd
Austin Interfaith Mission
October 02 2016
Speaker: Alan Nelson
Faith Informing Passion Series #7
September 25 2016
Speaker: Mac McKaskle
“Faith Informing Passion” Series #6
September 18 2016
Speaker: Roger Temme
“Faith Informing Passion” Series #5
September 11 2016
Speaker: Marietta Drummond
“Faith Informing Passion” Series #4
August 28 2016
Speaker: Laurens Fish
“Faith Informing Passion Series” #3
August 21 2016
Speaker: Micah 6 Austin
“Faith Informing Passion Series” #2
August 14 2016
Speaker: Joy Diaz
“Faith Informing Passion” Series #1
August 07 2016
Speaker: Evan Smith
Political Elections 2016
July 31 2016
ANNUAL PARISH MEETING
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22nd:
The Annual Parish Meeting will be held between the 9:00 and 11:30 a.m. services in Kinsolving Parish Hall on Sunday, January 22nd. All are encouraged to attend. The agenda for the meeting will include: Day School report; Treasurer’s report and presentation of the 2017 budget; Sr. & Jr. Warden reports; and the Rector’s Address. We’ll also thank the outgoing Vestry members and welcome the newly elected ones.