The homilies during Liturgy become our expression to be with and shaped by the mysteriously living words of Scripture. We have made them available online.
Listen to the Podcast
Each week at Liturgy we provide an opportunity for the community to voice prayers of thanksgiving and petition in a corporate setting. You can follow those prayers on the website to celebrate with and support our community.
Read Community Prayers
The Songs of Vox
Music is an integral expression of worship in our Liturgy. We hope that these hymns and songs reflect our longing and gratitude for Christ’s continual work in us.
Music Links Coming Soon
Ways to Serve on Sundays
- Setup. Flexing muscles and exercising jenga expertise. Transforming a community space into a liturgy space.
- Music. Creating audible beauty through wood, brass, ivory and communal singing.
- Host. Providing hospitality, preparing bread and wine, and welcoming new friends.
- Sound. Two turntables and a microphone. Replace turntables with cables and sound board. Multiply microphones.
- Prayer. Curating thanks and concerns and everything in between for the congregation, community, city and world.
- Bread. Baking homemade goodness that allows us to celebrate the Eucharist.
- Director. Liturgy maestro. Conducting the Sunday liturgy team.
- Rides. Saving fossil fuels by sharing vehicles and picking up vehicleless friends.
- Greenhouse Kids. Teaching our shorties how to love God and to love their shorty neighbors.
Signup to Get Involved
Rhythm of Life
As a participating member of our community, we strongly encourage you to fill out a Rhythm of Life for each season. There are different areas within our Personal, Communal and Missional lives that will help enable us to live in the way of Christ. We believe that each person has unique expressions of each of these areas. So each season, each of us will fill out a Rhythm of Life in our Midweek Groups and use it as a tool to facilitate growth in our spiritual development.
Submit a Rhythm of life
(The online submission will only be accessible to the Pastoral Team and your Midweek Group coordinator as a means to support you in your spiritual formation)
Download a RoL Form
Lectio Divina (“Divine Reading”) has been likened to “Feasting on the Word.” It’s a contemplative approach to engaging Scripture. Hearing it multiple times and reflecting on it allows the text to speak to our current environment and context. The goal is to listen to the Scriptures and have it shape how we live currently. There are four movements to this practice. The four parts are first taking a bite (Lectio), then chewing on it (Meditatio). Next is the opportunity to savor the essence of it (Oratio). Finally, the Word is digested and made a part of the body (Contemplatio).
Lectio Divina Guide
Prayer of Examen
The Prayer of Examen is a daily spiritual exercise developed by St. Ignatius Loyola. This practice seeks to grow followers of Jesus in their capacity to discern God’s will, find God in all things, and enhance their understanding of God’s good creation. The prayer may take between ten and twenty minutes. The majority of that time will be spent reviewing your day. Try not to dwell too long on thoughts. Instead, allow yourself to become aware and move on.
Prayer of Examen Guide
The Vox Care Team helps connect individuals in the Vox community with resources that support them in their journey.
Offerings from the Care Team:
- Facilitates and networks care resources – from listening and prayer to helping you find a counselor
- Supports the spontaneous care that is already happening in the Vox community
- Training and coaching in care skills (individually, midweek groups, ministry teams, etc….)
Connect with us to share a need or a burden.
Contact the Care Team
Meal Train Calendar
Whether you recently had a baby or are experiencing debilitating health issues, we would love to support you by providing meals.
Meal Train Signup Form
We’ve put together a forum for current participants in the Vox Veniae community to connect, interact, and care for one another. If you have a need, or want to reach out, please join the Facebook group and post!
- Rooms for rent/roommate searches
- Skill, ride, and item sharing
- Events & neighborhood meetups
- Job opportunities through your workplace
- New in town/to Vox/ the neighborhood!
Vox Community Forum
Mobile Loaves & Fishes
Through this partner we are empowered to provide food, clothing, and promoting dignity to our homeless brothers and sisters in need. We accomplish this mission through the creation of relationships that cultivate a community life of stability and purpose.
Foundation For The Homeless
This non-profit collaborates with local churches to host and provide meals for homeless families in the Austin area who are working to get back on their feet.
Providing hospitality and facilitating collaboration with varying organizations, churches, and individuals in a third party environment for the east Austin community.
Join the Local Missions Team
The Ashish Centre is located in Delhi, India and provides holistic education and support to children with disabilities and their families so that they can achieve their God-given potential and to create awareness in the community for constructive response and engagement.
The Create Commission is also located in Delhi, India and takes art to the marginalized and destitute men, children living in slums, girls rescued from difficult situations. Individuals are given the opportunity to discover their identity, process difficult experiences, and have their voices heard through art.
Join the Global Missions Team
Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC)
We understand the value and benefit for our church to being a part of something larger than ourselves. In the summer of 2011, Vox became a part of the Evangelical Covenant Church.
The ECC is a rapidly growing multiethnic denomination in the United States and Canada with ministries on five continents of the world. Founded in 1885 by Swedish immigrants, the ECC values the Bible as the word of God, the gift of God’s grace and ever-deepening spiritual life that comes through a faith with Jesus Christ, the importance of extending God’s love and compassion to a hurting world, and the strength that comes from unity within diversity.
The Evangelical Covenant Church is:
- Evangelical, but not exclusive
- Biblical, but not doctrinaire
- Traditional, but not rigid
- Congregational, but not independent
We can do more together than we can alone. We have all been gifted and resourced in specific ways to participate with others.
In becoming a Covenant Member of Vox, we enter into a relational agreement for the sake of committing to God, Mission, Community, and Formation. To commit to participating as a member of a functioning Body with your gifts, passions and resources (1 Corinthians 12).
Once a year, we will make the Covenant Member application process available (in the fall).
Become a Covenant Member