8:00 -  Holy Communion (no music)

9:15 -  Christian Education

10:30 -  Holy Communion (with choir)



2310 Airline Drive (mailing address)

Brenham, TX 77833

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Worship Ministries

The involvement of members in our Lay Ministries expands their faith experience by serving in worship on Sundays and other ways throughout the week.  There are several options that allows the use of their talents.


By assisting the priest during Sunday worship, the acolytes serve in an important ministry.  Training is offered as needed.  Any child, from the fourth grade on up can become an acolyte.

Lay Euchristic Ministers

Lay Euchraistic Ministers (LEMs) assist the Celebrant in administering Holy Communion.  A LEM may also serve as a lector/intercessor for some worship services. They receive training and are certified by the Episcopal Diocese.


A Lector "conveys the Word of God in the liturgy".  Lectors usually read the first Lesson and may lead the congregation in the spoken psalm appointed for the day.  

Altar Guild

To serve in God's sanctuary and at God's Altar is a high privilege of this ministry.  Members clean, care for and prepare the space, vessels and vestments for worship.  All women and men who are confirmed in the Episcopal Church are eligible.  New members are welcome and will be trained for this ministry that provides a peace and serenity in the doing of the work.

Healing Teams

Members of the Healing Team are trained to use the power of prayer to pray for those who are suffering in body, mind or spirit.  They are available at the services to pray for anyone who requests prayers.


Greeters bring the joy of the Lord to all who enter for Sunday worship.  They welcome and aid visitors and newcomers, providing assistance as needed.  Following the service, greeters are available to answer questions and to extend our thanksgiving for their presence that day.


Users assist in our worship by handing out the "Order of Service" program to worshipers as they enter, by gathering the offering and aiding congregational movement for holy Communion.  Ushers also assist as needed for weddings and funerals.

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