Sunday: 7:35 am Morning Prayer, 8:00 am Mass & 10:30 am Mass (our Adult Bible Class is at 9:15 am), 1:00 pm Evening Prayer; Friday & Saturday: Evening Prayer at 7:00 pm; Saturday: Morning Prayer & Eucharist at 11:45 am
A Prayer For Persecuted Christians Worldwide
O God, Who hast called us to faith in Thee and in Whom we put our trust: we beseech Thee to spread Thy loving protection over those Christians now being persecuted in Iraq, Iran, in Egypt, throughout the Middle East, across the continent of Africa and throughout the whole world. Give them the grace of Thy Holy Spirit to bear their sufferings with firm determination and faithful patience. Open their eyes to Thy presence. Keep them in our hearts so we remember them in our prayers. Do not Thou forget us in our temptations, O Lord, and help us remember them in their tribulations. In the end bring us all, with Thy saints who have suffered in other times and places for Thy Name, to rejoice before Thee in Thy heavenly kingdom; through Thy Son Jesus Christ our Lord, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the unity of the Holy Ghost, one God, world without end. Amen.
Worship at St Joseph's Anglican Church in New Braunfels is traditional; don't mistake that for dull. With us it's more like a weekly adventure.
The traditional Book of Common Prayer, which dates back to the first English Mass of 1549, looks back beyond the medieval Latin Mass, to the Lord Jesus gathered with His disciples around the table on the night in which He was betrayed. Our Sunday schedule keeps the same cycle of Christian prayer which reaches back to the first years of Christianity. It begins with Morning Prayer at 7:45 am, followed by the celebration of the Mass at 8:00 am in the morning, with an additional sung Eucharist at 10:30 am. We draw on the best tradition of Anglican hymnody and the ancient chant of the medieval Church.
Join us this Sunday!
Traditional Anglican Worship in the Heart of Texas
446 N Seguin Ave, New Braunfels Sunday Mass 8:00 am & 10:30 am