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Advent Potluck [Dec 6, 2023]

Please join us for Vox’s beloved yearly tradition of gathering to celebrate Advent! Bring a friend and your family to make merry, feast, and enjoy an evening together. Children are welcome. When: December 6, 2023 at 7:00pm Where: Vox Veniae. 3106 E. 14th St. Austin, TX 78702 Please bring a dish to share that feeds 10-15 people and serving utensils. […]

Vox Fall Retreat [Nov 17-19]

Please join us for our annual Fall retreat in Leakey Texas at the HEB Foundation Camp. Registration is open, and we are looking forward to a restorative weekend in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Children are always welcome, and this year’s focus will be on contemplation and rest. When: Nov 17-19 (Fri-Sun)Where: HEB Foundation Camp | Leakey, TX (Headwaters Campsite)Focus: […]

Liturgy, Reflection, Benediction 2023.9.03

Liturgy The violence in the world is old,Our place in the world is ever new. Work in us, Good Shepherd, andGive us the foresight to distinguishThe wolves beneath the willow;Give us courage as you scatterwhat prowls in wait. The goodness in the world is old,The threats to it seem ever new. Guide our simple steps, high upon the cliffs,Or low […]

The Peculiarity of Expired Dreams

How do you work through your expired dreams? On the eve of our Fall vision series, Christopher Mack ponders how setbacks, dead ends, failure, and loss shape our spiritualith. How might we see ourselves and one another with new eyes of hope, imagination, and solidarity for the journey ahead? [Exodus 3:1-15] Reflection How have you been shaped by expired dreams? […]

Liturgy, Reflection, Benediction 2023.6.25

Liturgy In a world riddled with grief and uncertainty—What words do we speak to soothe our spirits, oh God? Smoke fills the air, violence fills our public space,illness lingers—Where do we go to feel safe, oh God? We are seeking restoration,longing for connection, yearning for joy—How do we reach for flourishing, Oh God? Be with us in our questions.Draw your […]

Into the Midst…

Have you ever had to push through discomfort to stand in your beliefs? On the last weekend of Pride, Amy Wolfgang recounts their own journey of integrating their faith with their queer identity. They challenge us to imagine and live into a hopeful and creative stance toward our collective future. [Matthew 10:27-39] Reflection Is there a hurtful or violent theology […]

Liturgy, Reflection, Benediction 2023.6.18

Liturgy Father, I stretch my hand to thee — for no other help I know.Oh, my Rose of Sharon, my shelter in the time of storm.My Prince of Peace, my hope in this harsh land.We come to you waiting for freedom,We come to you crying for justice,We come to you longing for peace.We bow before you this morning to thank […]