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Midweek Groups

We’re excited to be launching our Midweek Groups next week. As a community we’re hoping these groups will help us live the church more effectively throughout the week and to facilitate our spiritual development. A central piece of these groups will be the Rhythm of Life that we want each person in our community to incorporate and express in their […]

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 09.25.11

Liturgy Living God, thank you for never leaving us alone in the work you call us to do. We thank you for leading each of us here to Austin and everyone who works and is connected within our small community. Thank you for the richness of experience, the diversity of gifting, the depth of hope, the quality of commitment all […]

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 06.12.11

Liturgy Everyone is clergy. Everyone is called to serve, To create, to communicate, To participate with our good Creator In the making and remaking of our good world. Everyone is clergy. Everyone is called to stand, To struggle, to suffer, to trust and to love, And so to join in the unmaking of injustice and In the liberation of earth […]

Community Initiatives!

As we embark on this summer break, we encourage everyone to take up the mindset of slowing down and enjoying the world around us.  But as you enjoy life, may we encourage you to invite those around you to participate in this said enjoyment.  We have a rather amazing Community Event Board that was hand crafted with tremendous love and […]

Lunch ‘n Cleanup

This Sunday after our liturgy, we’ll be bringing in the biggest pizza you’ve ever seen for lunch (from Arpeggio Grill). So if you’re new to Vox or just checking things out, stick around and find out a bit more about how you can get connected. Just bring $5 for the 2 largest pieces of pizza you’ll ever eat. Date: Sunday, […]

Sermon Series: Happiness Pursued

What would it look like to discover happiness not as individuals but as a community? Before Advent we spent a few weeks unpacking Jesus’ unconventional and counter-cultural proposal of finding happiness through the beatitudes. Until Lent, we will continue in Jesus’ teaching as he develops what it might look like for for us to pursue happiness together as a community. […]

Sermon Series: Life Together

How does American individualism affect the church being the church? Instead of us living separate lives with our own agendas, what would happen if we tried to live life together? Join us for a 2 weeks conversation called Life Together as we explore the reasons for and necessity of living faith together. [Photo by Cory Sever Art @ Flickr]