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Welcome to St. Nicholas’ Episcopal Church and welcome to a congregation of warmth, kindness and inclusiveness. We are a parish of the Diocese of Northwest Texas, growing with members of all ages and life experiences. Most of us are Episcopalians by choice, having been raised in another denomination or coming to faith at St. Nick’s.

 

Our mission is to reflect the love of Christ and to respect the dignity of all people. Outreach is central to our witness of Christ’s love, as are worship, study and growth in the faith. All are welcome. Really!

 

 

 

 

St. Nicholas’ In-Person Worship

While resuming in-person worship with COVID19 still a serious concern for all of us, we will be offering these in-person worship services each week as we continue to work together to keep each other safe.  

Please maintain proper physical distancing and wear face coverings. 

  • Saturdays – 7:00 pm – in the Meadow – Holy Eucharist Outside & with appropriate safety precautions
  • Sundays – 9:30 am in the Nave – Holy Eucharist Inside with appropriate safety precautions. Sundays will also be live-streamed through our Facebook page.

Outdoor Worship at The Meadow:

Everyone is invited to participate in our outdoor worship on Saturdays @ 7:00 pm in The Meadow (the field to the west of our building).  Please wear a face mask & properly physical distance. Bring a chair and wear sturdy shoes.  Use the bulletin online or bring your Book of Common Prayer.

The Sunday Book study and Wednesday Bible Study are both on break.  Please stay tuned for information regarding our new Fall Schedule!

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The late John Fitzgerald Kennedy once said, “while on earth God’s work must truly be our own.”

The sacred cause of liberty and justice, dignity and equality decreed by God and meant for all has been advanced because while on earth Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made God’s work her own. Because of her the ancient words of the prophet Micah to do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with God have found fulfillment. May we follow in her footprints. May she rest in the arms of the God who is love and the author of true justice.

Rest In Peace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Shalom.
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