What To expect on Sunday

8:00 a.m. Traditional Service with Holy Communion, Rite I

(no music)

We gather for the Liturgy of the Word of God and the Holy Communion using powerful, theologically explicit language to describe what God’s done to save the world in Jesus Christ and to express our gratitude.

9:15 a.m. Christian Formation

Bible Studies & Forums for all ages. Join the Lectionary Bible Study in the Cranmer Room. Head down to the Youth Suite for Children's Formation (click here ages 3-12, here for ages 13+). Nursery info here. Check out the Foundations Course in the Rector's Study. 

10:30 a.m. Traditional Service with Holy Communion, Rite II  

We gather for the Liturgy of the Word of God and the Holy Communion. Music includes traditional hymns, choir anthems, contemporary songs and congregational favorites. Soloists and instrumentalists often assist us in our worship. 

5:00 p.m. Contemporary Service

Join us for contemporary music and liturgy grounded in the ages, as we gather to worship our Lord at the end of the day. Students, weekend travelers, and families of all shapes and sizes, gather in the Church Nave for relevant teaching and Holy Communion. 

What Do I Wear?

People show up in suits and sports coats, as well as in jeans and boots. It's Austin. It's Williamson County. Whatever your apparel, you will be warmly welcomed.


New? Ready to let your roots run deep? 

This quarterly get together offers you an opportunity to get to know other new members here at Saint Richard's and find out a little more about our life here at Saint Richard's. During great conversation over lite fare, learn about Saint Richard's and what it means to be a Christian. 

Seeking membership at Saint Richard’s, or any other church, is a very important step. Either you are looking for a church home, or you have recently decided to put your roots down here at Saint Richard’s. It is our goal to support your understanding of God’s voice in your life, as well as celebrate your connection to Saint Richard’s. 

Saint Richard’s Starting Point is the next step to take. Call it our new members class. We just want to help you discover your membership at Saint Richard’s. Our conversations at Starting Point will offer you an inside look into who we are and what we believe, as well as an opportunity to ask any questions you might have. 

Upcoming Newcomers Brunch

Sunday, February 3


What do you and women and men and their families throughout the churches in this Anglican and Episcopal tribe around the world have in common? They all treasure a spiritual heritage that is absolutely life-changing. 

Foundations is an excellent formation series for newcomers, faith explorers, and people seeking the rite of Confirmation. Foundations is a wonderful opportunity to discover the spiritual heritage we share in the Anglican Communion. 

Make plans now to be part of this formation series with our Rector. Here is an outline of the ground we cover in the Foundations course. Our next Foundations Course will begin Sunday, January 21, 2018. (Until then, join a small group, Sunday Morning forum, and don't hesitate to start a conversation with one of our ministers.)

The Gospel of Jesus Christ

The Bible

The Anglican Communion

The Episcopal Church

The Book of Common Prayer

Holy Baptism, Holy Eucharist


St. Richard's Ministry Guide

Got Gifts?  God has a purpose for you at St. Richard's, and now is the time to begin the process of discovering your niche. There is plenty of freedom to explore. Match your strengths and talents to these opportunities for life-changing connections.  For more information about any of these ministries or how to get involved at St. Richard's, contact Liza Moore at liza.moore@saintrichards.org.