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Churches With Sunday Night Services in Austin, TX
1.Congregational Church Of Austin
408 W 23rd St
Congregational ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
If you are looking for a small, friendly church where everyone will quickly know your name...where you'll be loved and accepted regardless of your age, class, race, ethnicity or sexual orientation...where you'll be challenged to reflect on your beliefs, acknowledge your doubts, ask your questions and grow in your faith...where God's desire for compassion, healing, reconciliation, and justice is preached...where you're given the opportunity to put your faith into action through effective volunteer and outreach ministries...then we hope to get to know you as a new friend. No matter who you are or where you are in your journey, you are welcome here. We are affiliated with United Church of Christ ( UCC ), a liberal Christian denomination that promotes spirituality, peace, justice, education and freedom throughout the world. Here you will find a faith community where members accept and encourage spiritual seeking, diversity and fellowship. Serving our immediate community is a large part of our faith, members participate in the local food pantry sponsored by Micah 6, share the responsibility for a freeze night shelter housed in our basement and share space with LifeWorks community outreach program. Join us for worship every Sunday at 11 am and Adult Sunday School at 10 am. Click for directions. On Sunday, December 12, Beth Gleason will offer a slide presentation after worship on the floods in Pakistan, and offer information on how you can respond. December 19, Candellight Service at 7pm Join us for a service of readings, carols and candles lighting the darkness as we anticipate the birth of Jesus. Join us at 12: 00 noon for an informal communion service followed by our annual Open Door Christmas Meal. If you can participate and/or help out by contributing food or money, please talk to Martin Garrison or e-mail him at Martin.firstname.lastname@example.org
2.Bethany United Methodist Church
10010 Anderson Mill Rd
Churches & Places of WorshipUnited Methodist ChurchesSchoolsMethodist Churches
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3.Faith Bapist Church
2613 Jones Rd
Baptist ChurchesIndependent Baptist Churches
4.Central Christian Church
1110 Guadalupe St
Disciples of Christ ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipChristian ChurchesInterdenominational Churches
Good preacher, nice stained glass, good choir. I will be going back. They are friendly and welcoming without being over the top.
5.Austin Stone Church
1033 La Posada Dr Ste 210
Austin Stone holds true to it's mission to be a community of people who's mission is to live for the Glory of God.
Po Box 685029
Bible ChurchesNon-Denominational ChurchesReligious CounselingReligious Organizations
Kerygma Church is a diverse community wherein people from all walks of life join together to discover, explore, experience, and apply the unfiltered teachings of Jesus Christ while serving and interacting with downtown Austin.Kerygma is a Greek word used in the New Testament for the act of proclaiming the message of Jesus Christ. We believe that proclamation must transcend words and programs on Sunday if it is going to be fully embodied in a community. Kerygma Church is founded on the conviction that proclamation of Jesus is more than an event or rhetoric, but rather a community integrating Him into its daily life. Simply put, all of our life is an act of worship; therefore, our churchÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s structure and culture should embody this premise. Kerygma Church seeks to hold in balance the tension to be Authentically Christian while celebrating being Uniquely Austin. Here are some ways in which we do this: Our churchÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s goal is to grow large by staying small. When you visit, you will experience intimate services, interactive discussions, and challenging sermons.Our small groups foster discussion about how to better know and apply the Bible. They are comprised of Ã¢â‚¬Å“AustinitesÃ¢â‚¬Â who are knowing God and trying to apply the word of God to their daily lives, while being led by His spirit to implement quantifiable change in their lives.We want our church to be built on sustainable resource management. Therefore, our facility costs will never be our greatest expense. We are blessed to be in a strategic partnership with the Zachery Scott theatre, where we meet on a weekly basis.Our website is our Ã¢â‚¬Å“building.Ã¢â‚¬Â We embrace the 21st century reality of a de-centralized culture and are building a church with a centralized vision by equipping our members with necessary tools. Our websiteÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s intent is to facilitate this.We are hopeful to experience in Austin that which was experienced by the first Church of the New Testament.We want to contribute to quantifiable change in our already amazing city through partnering with its efforts
7.David Chapel Missionary
2211 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Missionary Baptist ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipBaptist ChurchesReligious Counseling
Cedric Mitchell, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, the fourth child of seven is the Administrator for 8: 00am worship at the David Chapel Missionary Baptist Church of Austin, Texas. Prior to being called as Pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church in December 2001, he was Ministry Coordinator of Men's Ministries for 5 years and Associate Minister to Youth and Children for 3 years at David Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, Austin, Texas, under the leadership of Dr. Joseph C. Parker Jr. Esquire. Rev. Mitchell was appointed to serve as a member of the church trustees. While on the trustee council he served diligently and faithfully and was involved in many major strategic initiatives of the church.Rev. Mitchell began his ministry journey at Bishop College in Dallas, Texas. This is where he learned to believe God would do magnificent things through people who are fully committed to his leadership. David Chapel, he served as Minister to Youth and Children for a period of three years. He led evangelistic teams in recruiting children and youth to the Lord. He taught teen Bible studies and organized summer retreats for children and teenagers. Pastor Mitchell led, organized and established the first Discipleship Now Program David Chapel for Youth and Young Adults. David Chapel Church is presently well over 1, 000 members.Rev. Mitchell graduated with honors, with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Business Administration from Bishop College in Dallas, Texas in December 1981. He is presently manager of Billing Services at Austin, Energy and a seminary student at George W. Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University in Waco since fall of 2007. While attending Bishop he received numerous Academic and Athletic Excellence Awards and the Distinguished Military Student Award, the highest honor given to a student in the R.O.T.C. scholarship program. During his years of study at Bishop, he received his commission as 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army, Military Intelligence Corp. Rev. Mitchell received his ranger qualification the same year of his commissioning. Rev. Mitchell was the youngest African American officer ever to be commissioned at a Historic Black College in the state of Texas at the age of 19 years old.Rev. Mitchell made Jesus his leader at the age of 9. His goal of ministry is to develop mature followers of Christ making disciples of others as Jesus commands in the Great Commission ( Matthew 28: 19-20 ). His unique spiritual abilities include preaching, teaching, counseling, project management and hospitality. He enjoys touching people through God's word. And is a genuine lover of poetry and music of all kinds. Rev. Mitchell has a six year old son Cedric IV.Pastor Mitchell served Emmanuel Baptist Church for seven years from 2001 - 2008. Under the leadership of Pastor Mitchell, Emmanuel has discovered a new theme and a new vision" There's A Place for You" in new beginnings with Christ. Inspired by God, Pastor Mitchell's vision is being realized in the hearts of its members and the Austin community. Pastor Mitchell is involved in numerous community efforts, including but not limited to speaking on and participating in improving race relations, domestic violence prevention, and giving leadership to the revitalization efforts pursuant to the Chestnut Neighborhood Plan in East Austin which he has held the position of president of the board of directors. Pastor Mitchell resigned from Emmanuel Baptist Church in March 2008 to complete his Masters of Divinity studies at the George W. Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University. Pastor Mitchell now serves alongside his pastor and father in the ministry as the administrator of the David Chapel Missionary Baptist Church.Trained Sunday School Teacher Trained Facilitator Crown Biblical Financial MinistriesNational Level Motivational Speaker - Graduate Dale Carnegie Institute for Public SpeakingFormer National Level - Bodybuilder, Power-lifter and Trainer of Novice and Professional Athlet
8.Northwest Hills United Methodist Church
7050 Village Center Dr
Methodist ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
Both of my children have been at My Friends House since they were three months old, and it's been a great experience all around. The infant room teachers are hands-on, loving and interactive with the babies, and they are genuinely interested on the little ones' developmental milestones. The teachers in the toddler through pre-k classes are all so wonderful with the children, and the staff all know every child by name -- what a welcome each morning! The center wen through an administrative change a few years ago, and ever since, the school has really shined. Everyone is happy to be there, and it shows in the teachers' dedication to the kids. Our kids have thrived in the school's play-based curriculum, and extracurricular class are offered during the school day (though there is no pressure to participate). For households like ours with two working parents, My Friends House has been a real blessing.
9.St. James Episcopal Church
1941 Webberville Rd
Episcopal ChurchesReligious General Interest SchoolsChurches & Places of Worship
When moving back to Austin, we were a bit overwhelmed in finding a good fit for our pre-schooler. But based on a STRONG recommendation from our older child's classmate our then 3 year started a relaxed and fruitful summer at St. James in 2010. In less than a year we have seen our duaghter blossom and grow with the support and love of the St. James staff. I would recommend this school to anyone who is need of environment that their child can grow. I am a full-time working mother of 3 and value all the hard work performed by the staff. Thank you St. James.
10.Ministry of Challenge
1500 E 12th St
Churches & Places of WorshipReligious Organizations
Several year's ago, over coffee and a bagel, I engaged a homeless person, who was hanging around my neighborhood, in a lengthy conversation. He was a Vet that had been recently released from jail and didn't look very healthy. At one point he shared a deep fear that he may die on the streets. I asked if he was ready for help and he said ""yes"". With a little research I discovered MOC. They allowed James to check into their home with me,a complete stranger, as his sponsor. I don't recall that he had any identification at all. He was able to bathe, eat regularly, sleep in a bed and wear clean clothes all for free and on a volunteer basis. All they asked in return was that he not ""use"" (including alcohol) and that he follow their rules. I visited their church several times over the next month or so to see James worshiping on the front row. We shared a brief exchange where he expressed real gratitude for the opportunity provided him by me and MOC. On a subsequent visit I didn't see James at the church service so I inquired regarding his whereabouts. One of the leaders expressed that their program is voluntary and James had decided to move on. I never saw James again on the streets in our neighborhood. I was impressed with all aspects of MOC and, while maybe their program is not for everyone, I believe they are a tremendous asset to Austin, Texas and provide many, many people with hope and opportunity that they can't get elsewhere.
11.Greater Mt. Zion Baptist Church
1801 Pennsylvania Ave
Baptist ChurchesCommunity OrganizationsMissionsChurches & Places of Worship
Lovely! Pastor really knows how to relate to everyone. They use a lot of unique ways of teaching and getting the message across and it is a very inviting environment. I would recommend it to any and everyone!
12.First Baptist Church of Austin
901 Trinity St
Baptist ChurchesCooperative Baptist Fellowship Churches
if your idea of ""Baptist"" comes from the media, or from a bad experience of your own, come downtown to First Baptist Church of Austin and discover the best of Baptist heritage and current life. FBC is a community that loves, laughs, celebrates, mourns, learns, gets involved, takes risks, makes mistakes, forgives, supports, worships God creatively and seeks to live Christian faith with integrity and compassion. We're not about holding on to the past, but living in the present and moving into the future in partnership with God. Come join us!
13.St Elias Orthodox Christian Church
408 E 11th St
Orthodox ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipReligious OrganizationsEastern Orthodox Churches
If you are looking for an Orthodox church in Austin, try St. Elias. The priets, Father David and Father Dave, are great, intelligent, and caring men. Everyone who goes to this church is nice and the service is always beautiful.
14.Jubilee Christian Center
2909 W William Cannon Dr
Non-Denominational ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipInterdenominational ChurchesReligious Organizations
I love to sing and worship with song. The music is fantastic, up to date and fun. The Pastor is involved by bringing God to not only Austin, TX, but telling people throughout the world about Hope and the Love of Christ. There is a singles group here also and people are sweet, yet not intrusive. I love coming to this place and worshipng. Don't let the picture of the church put you off. It doesn't look like the picture-I think it must be an old one and needs to be updated, also I wish they'd do a U-Tube presentation. I use to belong to the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, Calif and this place can grow to be just the same with people who are visionaries. Come join the musice, singing and worship. You won't be sorry, believe me.
15.Decker United Methodist Church
8304 Decker Ln
United Methodist ChurchesMethodist ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
When I think of my church,DUM, the following words express my feelings, God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, love, approval, acceptance, refuge, understanding, encouragement, teaching, learning and help and fellowship. In my mind, I see the welcoming arms of the congregation , the prayers on behalf of each other and anyone in need of intercession to our Father.
16.Our Savior Lutheran Church LCMS
1513 E Yager Ln
Day Care Centers & NurseriesReligious General Interest SchoolsPreschools & KindergartenPrivate Schools (K-12)
This is our second year at OSL, and we plan to stay there. The small classes, dedicated teachers, and affordable tuition are the perfect combination for us. It is a safe, Christian environment for our child. (They also have daycare.)
17.Church Of Scientology Of Texas
2200 Guadalupe St
Churches & Places of WorshipNon-Denominational ChurchesReligious Organizations
Fantastic experience. They have helped the whole family thru some tough times with the courses offered, free services and their counseling. Very friendly and very easy to communicate with about anything. Wonderful caring staff.
18.St. John's United Methodist Church
2140 Allandale Rd
Methodist ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
Nice people, good mix of young and old, many kids, open-minded theology, thoughtful sermons. Active in the community--IHN, Montopolis Community Center, wheelchairs for Africa, MFSA, a host of others. My wife and I began attending 4 years ago after extensive research and visits to Methodist and other mainline churches in north/northwest Austin, and we love it. When our son was born, we made good use of St. John's-Austin's ""cry room,"" which allows parents to stay with infants and still see and hear the service. With the many young people, there's active kids' programs and tons of small-group opportunities such as adult Sunday schools, strong music programs, and a wonderful preacher (and sometime guitarist) in lead pastor David Gilliam. People dress as they like--for a lot of the younger people, that means casual. Mid-sized, growing church, maybe 250-300 attendance? Highly recommended!
19.Gateway Community Church
7104 McNeil Dr
Non-Denominational ChurchesReligious OrganizationsChurches & Places of WorshipChurch Supplies & Services
Gateway church people provided our low income housing complex a dinner with desert in downtown Austin. We were able to have conversation with the members of Gateway and I hope that their time was seen as beneficial and worthwhile. Thanks to J.T.,Karen,Mark and all of the rest of you who were here. As a whole the congregation and Gateway Church should be thanked for a job well done. Sincerely, David Schumaker @ Capitol Studio(resident)
15201 Burnet Rd
Interdenominational ChurchesSchoolsPrivate Schools (K-12)Charismatic Churches
Pastor Rob focuses on getting to know God more. How we can be more aware of God's love for us. This church is well organized.
21.Cathedral Of Praise
3406 Tarlton Ln
Churches & Places of WorshipInterdenominational ChurchesCharismatic ChurchesNon-Denominational Churches
Awesome praise and worship at the 1030 Am service on Sunday, I felt the presence of the Lord the minute I walked in the door and probably 20 people came up to me to give me a greeting during the service
22.Metropolitan AME Church
1101 E 10th St
African Methodist Episcopal ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
GREAT PLACE TO WORSHIP. AWESOME AND DYNAMIC PASTORAL TEAM.... COME CHECK US OUT...
1623 E 7th St
Fast Food RestaurantsTake Out RestaurantsChicken RestaurantsRestaurants
24.Grace United Methodist Church
205 E Monroe St
Methodist ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
I love that it has felt like family from the first day that I came to Grace. The hospitality at Grace is plentiful. \r I love that the sermons that are presented are easily relatable to everyday life. \r \r But most importantly for me....Having grown up in a church that did not accept ALL people, Grace Church is a breath of fresh air. I love being able to come to church without feeling judged for who I am...rather at Grace I feel accepted for who I am.\r \r Grace UMC can be summed up in three words....Faith, Hope and Love
25.Cristo Rey Catholic Church
2208 E 2nd St
Catholic ChurchesReligious OrganizationsChurches & Places of WorshipTraditional Catholic Churches
Christo Rey is a beautiful, old, church complete with nuns and priests wearing the traditional attire. An icon, Jack Salazar, manages the community services part of the church with charming ease. The church has not lost its old catholic world values but one can see much of the new ideas mixed in. This is a wonderful place for worship.
26.The Door Christian Fellowship
2301 S Congress Ave
Religious OrganizationsInterdenominational ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
Ive been going to &amp;quot;THAT CHURCH&amp;quot; for 4 years, and since stopped cussing, smoking, and drinking. Obviously you dont attend the services which explaines your ingnorance for the chuches tithes and offerings and heres the answer to your question...... are you ready for this ....... you wont belive where the money's going....... WE SEND CHURCHES OUT DUH!!!!!!! Mabe you should do some real research and ask the RIGHT people. We support a church in Costa Rica as well. Thats not cheap!!! We dont hord the money all to our selves, build a gigantic church and leave the rest of the world with no hope, we send churches/couples to build a church in other places to spread the gosspel. Our pastor and his wife drive used vehicals and ocupie a mobel home!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love &amp;quot;THAT CHURCH&amp;quot; its were Jesus IS changing lives... like mine!!!!!!
27.El Buen Pastor Assembly of God
1130 Tillery St
Assemblies of God ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
this Church is friendly, loving, and growing in the Spirit of the LORD. Our Youth,EBPY(El Buen Pastor Youth), is doing Big things for the LORD and we need more willing soldiers to fight for CHRIST. if you find that nowhere you go you are not satisfied, first consult with the LORD in prayer, then find a place where you can maintain your spiritual ground, and cling to HIM. God is the only choice to make, we are just a place to worship GOD, fellowship in him. a place where you have friends who share the same heart of GOD. thanks EBP ill never regret loving GOD!-some- inc...
28.Faith United Methodist Church
2701 S Lamar Blvd
United Methodist ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipMethodist Churches
I ""lucked out"" by chosing this pre-school. The instructors have a tremendous amount of experience here (10 years on average). The instructors are warm and loving. Many parents are repeat customers and rave about the school (calling it ""the best place on the planet""). My son (3 yrs old) who has never been in daycare or away from his parents took to it immediately -and he is very cautious in nature. I look forward to my son's development at this school and to his little brother's as well.
29.Greater St John's
1181 Greenwood Ave
Baptist ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipGeneral Baptist Churches
Boyers Branch has provided the best care for my trees and shrubs. I love the fact that they don't just come in and do a job, then forget about us. Ever since the initial visit, we have had follow up services and maintenance work done on our trees and shrubs. The cost has been more than reasonable for a certified arborist and even less than non-certified people. Boyers Branch not only provided us with a comprehensive explanation of what needed to be done with my trees but also put a plan together for care and maintenance. I have recommended them to friends and everyone has had nothing but the best to say about their service.
30.St John's Lutheran Child Care Center
409 W Ben White Blvd
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA)Lutheran ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipReligious General Interest Schools
My daughter has been with St. John's Child care for over a year and we are very happy with the care and nurturing she has received. The teachers are loving and communicate well with parents. Tuition is reasonable and my child recieves 2 meals and 2 snacks perpared by a cook, everyday! The best part about St. John ' s are the teachers! My daughter has has the same teachers since she enrolled. The teachers love their kids and want to give their best to them. Run, do walk to this awesome place. You will never look anywhere again. Kristen
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