Upcoming events

  • Newcomers Lunch Sunday, June 6

    Are you new to St. Richard’s? Whether it’s your first visit or you’ve been here awhile, we invite you to join us for our Newcomers’ Lunch Sunday, June 6, immediately following the 10:30 service in the Parish Hall. R.S.V.P. by calling Liza at (512) 255-5436 or email liza.moore@saintrichards.org.

  • Gospel of John Bible Study with Fr. Zac

    Sundays at 9:15 a.m., Parish Hall, Meeting Rm 1

    Have you ever taken a deep dive into just one Gospel? This summer, with Fr. Zac, we’ll spend 12 weeks getting to know St. John and his beloved, spiritual, poetic, wild, and weird Gospel. A formation class like this gives us some room to explore this profound text together, and ask questions like: How is Jesus different in this Gospel than in the other three? What argument might John be making in this chapter? Why does Jesus cleanse the temple at the beginning in John, but at the end in Luke? What’s all this “In the beginning was the Word” business? Come and see John, and get to know Jesus. Feel free to drop in and out. All ages are welcome. 

  • The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery

     Sundays, May 7 - June 18 at 9:15 am, 

    Meeting Room 2 in the Parish Hall

    Ignorance is bliss―except in self-awareness. What you don’t know about yourself can hurt you and your relationships―and even keep you in the shallows with God. Do you want help figuring out who you are and why you’re stuck in the same ruts?

    Starting Sunday, May 7 join Brenda and Jody Fry in Meeting Room 2 in the Parish Hall at 9:15 to be introduced to the Enneagram is an ancient personality type system with an uncanny accuracy in describing how human beings are wired, both positively and negatively. 

    Using a brilliantly simple primer The Road Back to You by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile

    discover a practical, comprehensive way of accessing Enneagram wisdom and exploring its connections with Christian spirituality for a deeper knowledge of ourselves, compassion for others, and love for God. 

    Not only will you learn more about yourself, but you will also start to see the world through other people’s eyes, understanding how and why people think, feel, and act the way they do. Beginning with changes you can start making today, the wisdom of the Enneagram can help take you further along into who you really are―leading you into places of spiritual discovery you would never have found on your own, and paving the way to the wiser, more compassionate person you want to become.

    Sundays, May 7 - June 18 at 9:15 am, Meeting Room 2 in the Parish Hall. Sign up and order your copy of The Road Back to You today. 

  • Trivia Night at St. Richard's June 3rd, 6:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall

    Join St. Richards’ families and friends for fun evening of trivia! This unique fundraiser is for the creation of an older youth play area at St. Richards, including a Gaga Pit. Sponsored by Emily Chase as part of her Girl Scout Silver award. The fun will be June 3rd 2017 at 6:30 PM in our parish hall. Pre-registration required as space is limited. Contact Laura Chase at 512-992-6229 or lcchase@swbell.net or complete a registration form in the narthex. Seats are $15 per person and tables include 6 to 8 individuals each. Register as a whole table or individual (will be placed with others as available). Prizes for top places. 

  • Artist Talk Sunday, June 11 at 9:15 a.m.

    St. Richard’s Parish Hall is featuring the beautiful artwork of James B. Janknegt of the Imagine Art community in Austin. Come join us on Sunday morning, June 11th, during the Sunday School hour (9:15 a.m.) for a chance to meet James, hear his story, and learn more about his work. We hope to see you there! You can check out James’s artwork at http://www.bcartfarm.com.

  • Moms Group Hosting Diaper Drive Through Month of May

    The Moms Group of St. Richard’s is hosting a Diaper Drive to benefit the Round Rock Area Serving Center. All sizes and brands of diapers are welcome (even opened packages!), and donations will be collected in the narthex throughout the month of May beginning May 7th. For more information, please contact Amy Nordhausen with any questions: (512) 796-7838.

  • VBS June 12-16, 9:00 a.m.-12 Noon

    If you would like your child to attend VBS, please register here and drop off a check to the church office.

    Complimentary child care for children under three for volunteers staffing the program! Volunteers are needed for sets, games, imagination centers, music, registration, snacks, materials and leading small groups of about 6 children. We need about 50 volunteers this year...so sign up today in the Narthex, or by texting or emailing Elizabeth Gibson at 512-963-0054, emgibson54@yahoo.com.

  • St. Richard's Fill the Freezer Project

    Help St. Richard’s show the Lord’s affections to others in Jesus’ name by helping us fill our new Parish Hall freezer! 

    1.  It’s easy. So, take a deep breath, and say a prayer offering your loving work to the Lord and for the benefit of His work in the lives of the recipients of this wonderful meal that you are making.

    2.  Make your casserole or whatever this one dish wonder is. Ready it to be frozen, indicating by way of an attached label or sticker who made what and when, cooking directions for the return of a dish, and so forth.

    3.  Tell Barbara Geiter, our Vestry Member for Pastoral Care at bgeiter143@yahoo.com or (512) 674-5333. When she hears that someone might need a meal, she’ll connect with staff or others who have signed up to distribute the meal. 

    4.  Deliver on Sunday morning, making arrangements with Barbara Geiter.

    * If you want to distribute meals, please let Barbara know that too.

  • Hutto Small Group

    Do you live in or around Hutto?  If so, you are invited to join us for a casual gathering of breaking bread together and conversation.  We spend time getting to know each other outside the wonderful walls of Saint Richard’s and are leaning in to  watch God at work in our lives and Hutto. We typically gather on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm in restaurants around Hutto or someone’s home for a potluck supper.  If you are interested in joining us or want to know more, please contact David Todd at dtodd3279@outlook.com or through the church office and visit St. Richard's website at saintrichards.org for dates and times. We will meet June 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Ron & Linda Parry.

  • Holy Baptism at St. Richard's

    “Holy Baptism is full initiation by water and the Holy Spirit into Christ’s Body the Church. The bond which God establishes in Baptism is indissoluble."

    2017 Dates for Holy Baptism at St. Richard’s

    Pentecost, June 4 at 10:30 am

    All Saints, Wednesday, November 1 at 6:30 pm

    At times, and due to several personal circumstances, parents and godparents request our clergy to baptize their children on different days and in other locations than what has been published. Unopposed to “private” baptisms and always trusting the work of the Holy Spirit, our Rector considers each of these requests as they are made. 

    The 2017 Preparation for Holy Baptism at St. Richard’s

    To prepare for your Baptism or your child’s Baptism, contact the clergy of St. Richard's at (512) 255-5436. Please submit this form if you are interested in baptism.

  • Children's Summer Sunday School Starts June 4th

    Children’s Sunday School will take a break over the Memorial Day weekend and then our Summer Sunday School will start back up June 4th. Preschool children will report to our nursery area for games, snacks and Bible stories, music and art. Older children (K -5th grade) will meet in our Kids Club for a new adventure each week beginning in the youth wing. Bring your ukuleles! Teens are always welcome to assist! Please register at https://vbspro.events/p/events/7e2ea3.

  • Volunteer Opportunities at Round Rock Serving Center

    Help those in need in our community by giving of your time at the Round Rock Area Serving Center (RRASC). Join members of our parish at one or all of the St. Richard's Volunteer Day's! We would like to have 30 volunteers on each date. All are invited to participate. Mark your calendars now with the following dates:

    Wednesday, June 28th           10:30am-12:30pm

    Saturday, August 26th           10:30am-12:30pm

    Saturday, December 9th        10:30am-12:30pm

    The  RRASC also needs individual volunteers on a regular, on-going basis. Orientation is held on a regular basis and you determine how often you volunteer. There is an opportunity to fit everyone’s talents and time, so take a look! To find out more about how you can help please go to www.rrasc.org and click on Volunteer.

  • The Order of the Daughters of the King

    We meet each month on the first Sunday after the 10:30 service in the Ridley room and are a prayer, service and evangelism order. We will be starting a training for anyone who interested in joining the order. If you want information or want to register for the class, please contact Aline Murphy at alimurphy@suddenlink.net.

  • Wednesday Morning Women's Bible Study

    The Women's Wednesday Morning Bible Study will begin "Becoming More Than a Good Bible Study Girl" by Lysa TerKeurst.


    “I really want to know God, personally and intimately.”

    Do those words resonate with you? Join us in six small group sessions beginning on April 5th at 9:30 am in the Ridley room. We will not meet on April 12th for Holy week and will conclude May 17th.With this study we will endeavor to discover how to:

    Build personal, two-way conversations with God.

    Study the Bible and experience life change for yourself.

    Cultivate great authenticity and depth in your relationships.

    Make disappointments work for you, not against you.

    Find incredible joy as you live out your faith in everyday circumstance

    For more information please contact Beverly Bordman at beverly.bordman@gmail.com.

  • Episcopal Veterans Fellowship

    Episcopal Veterans Fellowship is a community of veterans assisting each other home from war through confidential, non-judgmental fellowship addressing the soul repair stemming from moral injury, post-traumatic stress and survivor guilt issues. Veteran service to one another leading towards reconciliation at the Lord’s altar and transition to civilian life is our focus.  The EVF model is fashioned after the Hospitallers of St. Martin of Tours (a patron saint of warriors) in their receiving the Crusaders home from war in the Eleventh Century. St. Richard’s EVF meets in the Cranmer Room on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings of the month immediately following the 7 pm Eucharist Service - approximately 7:30 pm.  Any local area veteran is welcome. Contact Warren Gillespie at texgill@sbcglobal.net or 512-786-8888.

  • The Brotherhood of St. Andrew

    The Brotherhood of St. Andrew at Saint Richards Episcopal Church is part of an international ministry of men within the Anglican Communion who are committed to the spread of Christ’s Kingdom among men and boys through the disciplines of Prayer, Study, and Service. Any adult male interested in joining us to further Christ’s Kingdom is welcome. We meet every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. for fellowship, the sharing of personal concerns and requests, intellectual stimulation, spiritual renewal, and project planning. We also meet for breakfast at the Red Wagon at 8 a.m. just before our group meeting. Join us on one or both occasions. For more information contact Eric Whitfield (eric.whitfield.2013@gmail.com) or Glen Kercher (gak@glenkercher.com