Dates to Remember:

Bible Study on break until Jan. 

Thrift shop closed from the end of day on 12/23 until 1/4. Sale on all Christmas goods 1/2 off from 1/4 through 1/9. 

Jan. 5 at 6pm 
Strangeland Brewing 12th Night Celebration

Jan 6th at 6:30 pm in the chapel Epiphany Service

Sunday Services
8:30 am
Rite I
In the Chapel
(no music)

10:30 am
Rite II
(with music)
In the Nave

Church Office
Monday - Thursday
Hours: 10:00 am to 
2:00 pm
Church Ministers And Staff

All the People, Ministers of the Gospel 

The Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop

The Rt. Rev. C. Andrew Doyle, Bishop Ordinary

The Rt. Rev. Dena H. Harrison, Bishop Suffragan

The Rt. Rev. Jeff Fisher, Bishop Suffragan

The Rev. Billy Tweedie, Vicar

Brian McElligott, Bishop's Warden

Michael Paulsen, 
People's Warden

Sara Burden-McClure, Director of Music

The Rev. Kelly Jennings, Director, Children's Ministry

The Rev. Nathan Jennings, Theologian in Residence

Linda Bryant, 

Marty Newkirk, 
Church Secretary
The Midweek Connection
December 31st 2015

Inside this Midweek Connection:
  • Have a Happy and Blessed New Year!
  • Join in a Twelfth Night Celebration -  New this year
  • Epiphany Service on Jan 6th in the chapel
  • Note Holiday Hours
  • The Atrium is open regular hours this Sunday
Join Us for a Twelfth Night Celebration &
Epiphany Service

We'll put a West Lake twist on an ancient practice of celebrating Twelfth Night. On January 5th at 6:00 pm at

       Strange Land Brewery
       5409 Bee Caves Road 78746

Then on Jan. 6th in the chapel

       A special Epiphany Service at 6:30 pm
News from the Atrium

Dear Friends,
The Atrium will be open at our regular times this Sunday: 9:15 am for 6 yrs and above, 10:15 am for 3-6yrs.  For that latter age group, please try, if possible, to bring them at 10:15 instead of 10:30, so they can have a full hour in the atrium, before coming into join you at the Offertory.
Music for Sunday Jan. 3rd.
Anthem: What Child Is This? arr. Russell Schultz-Widmar

Processional: 109, The First Nowell
Gospel: 128, We Three Kings of Orient Are
Communion: 112, In The Bleak Midwinter
117, Brightest And Best Of The Stars
Missional: 110, The Snow Lay On The Ground 
Wednesday Bible Study Continues

Wednesday morning Bible Study continues from 8:30 am to 9:30 am at Genuine Joe's Coffee House at 2001 W. Anderson Lane.  The Bible students have studied a lot of the scripture so far, and will continue on. They have worked their way into Second Maccabees now.
The Bible study is on hiatus for two weeks during the holiday, and will resume on January 6th.
Hospitality Team for Sunday Jan. 3rd.

Mary Morrison

Watch for a new hospitality list to go up in the next week.
Lay Ministry for Sunday Jan. 3rd.

If you are unable to fulfill your lay ministry, arrange for a substitute and let Marty in the office know of the change by noon on Thursday before. 

First Reading:  Jeremiah 31:7-14
Psalm: 84
Second Reading: Ephesians 1:3-6, 15-19a
Gospel: Luke 2:41-52

8:30 am Service 
Lector: Katrin Erk
Psalmist: Jim Ryan
Intercessor: Granville Ott
Chalicist:  To be announced
Usher: Jim Ryan

10:30 am Service
First Lesson: Tina Prikryl
Psalm: Sara Burden-McClure
Second Lesson:  Marisol Peters
Prayers of the People: Ben Garza
Chalicists: To Be Announced  
Acolytes: Holly & Charles Davis
Ushers: Kenneth DeSilva, Ben Garza, Dan Prikryl
Altar Guild: Pamela Stout, Mason Kramer
Lay Eucharistic Minister:  To be announced
Bishop's Committee Host: To be announced