Ronald Mc Donald House Dinner
Spring 2019 youth outreach event. The group cooked and served dinner to 25 residents at the House that Love Built-Ronald McDonald House in the Medical Center.
Menu for the evening: chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes with gravy, salad, biscuits, drinks, and homemade chocolate chip cookies.
The group even helped with moving donated items from the entrance to the storage unit.
Special thank you to the adult parishioners that showed up to support our youth. It means more than words can express!
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
Father Ben Holland is available from 9:00 till noon.
Whatever the need, he is here for you. If you prefer a day or time other than the regular schedule, he is happy to work with you. You may reach him at 830 377-7232.
Holy Communion on Wednesdays at noon
Conducted according to the 1928 Book of Common Prayer
Little Free Library
Welcome to one and all! Our Little Free Library is a free book exchange located on the west side of the church next to Orsinger Lane. We also have a shady spot for you to sit while making your selection.
Please take a book (or two) from the Library. You do not need to return the book. Should you like to share a book, please select one that is a good choice for the whole neighborhood. Especially the children.
Little Library book exchanges function on the honor system; everyone contributes to ensure there are always quality books inside. This way, we all win!
At St. Chad’s it is our purpose and commitment….
To provide a Church Home suitable for the worship of Almighty God through his Son Jesus Christ; a safe and friendly harbor for all Christian people who value and appreciate the sacraments, liturgy, services, priesthood, and the traditions of the Church known, loved and respected in the world wide Anglican Communion.
To spread the Gospel and follow the faith of those who have gone before us in this faith, and know that this place, this time, and this Church Home are here the direct result of the sacrifices, dedication, commitment and effort of those many thousands who have labored to preserve it.
And now it is our turn as we share these blessings: to prepare and save souls for the Kingdom of God, and to respect, enjoy, and safeguard this precious heritage with “What scripture doth plainly deliver”*, and with what The Book of Common Prayer offers with its wellspring of the historic services of this faith. To honor our responsibility to pass it on whole and intact to future generations.
*Richard Hooker, Book V. (c.1594)
Holy Communion is on Sundays,
at 8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.