Financial Peace Workshop: Starts Sun. 1/22, 12:30-2:30pm

Does the amount of money you have dictate the amount of hope you have? Would you rather listen to nails claw down a chalkboard than talk about your budgeting life? Have you considered what it means to you for money to be fully integrated into your life, including your relationship with God?

Join us as we take a journey with Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University (FPU), contextualized for the Servant Church community’s concerns. We will meet for 9 weeks of 2-hour sessions to gain a sturdy spiritual and practical groundwork toward a healthy financial life. This contextualized facilitation of FPU has a track record of creating space for spiritual transformation and long-term healthy budget behaviors, not to mention massive debt reduction.

Rev. Carrie Graham, the first director of Austin Seminary’s Ministers Facing Money program, will facilitate the sessions each week. She is experienced in facilitating FPU to meet a specific audience’s theologies and needs, as well as in providing pastoral consultations around finances.

Participants are encouraged to take the class with your household – childcare is provided – and single folks can bring a friend free of charge. The cost is $93 for materials, payable at servantchurchaustin.org/give. Please register at the link below in addition to making payment at the SC website.

Face money with your faith, not your fear. Allow the hope of Christ to navigate your money, not vice versa.

Register online now. Contact Rev. Carrie Graham if you have questions.

Sunday service day June 30th 2013

Service Day June 30th

Sunday Service Day: Worship through Work June 30th

On 5th Sundays, Servant Church serves together all around East Austin. Please join us and invite friends! There are lots of ways to serve but we hope everyone will choose a time slot before or after the 11:11am service. We’ll all meet together, as usual at 11:11 am for a shorter worship service and food!

9am-11am Serve with your Hands: Gardening, Painting, Trash Removal
11:11am-Noon Serve with your Hearts: Worship
Noon-1pm Serve with your Time: Free Meal for Everyone
1pm-3pm Serve with your Hands: Free Store Organizing, Meal Clean-Up, Rides to Apartments, Food Delivery

Sign up with abby@servantchurchaustin.org

Photo credit: scismgenie

Holy Week and Easter Worship

Maundy Thursday, 4/5, 6:30pm Seder Meal to remember Jesus’ last
Passover with his disciples. Sign up with a host home at the service station or on Facebook.

Good Friday 4/6, 6:30-8pm
Stations of the Cross here at Servant Church. You can come and go as you are able, the doors will be open.

Holy Saturday 4/7, 10am Easter Vigil @ Mt. Bonnell
Meet at the top of the stairs.

Easter Sunday Egg Hunt and Breakfast 4/8, 9:30am
We are providing free food for anyone in our neighborhood, an egg hunt for the kiddos on Easter morning, and collecting canned food for the Maplewood Food Pantry. WE NEED LOTS OF HELP! Sign up at the Service Station.

Imagine No Malaria

On Tuesday, March 13 from 5 PM to midnight at the Faith United Methodist Church parking lot, located at 2701 South Lamar Blvd., Imagine No Malaria will host an event to raise funds and awareness about malaria and the plight of many sub- Saharan Africans affected by it.

The East Side King traveling food trailer, famed by Top Chef finalist Paul Qui, will be on site providing delectable dishes. Members of the Servant Church community will be contributing music throughout the evening.

Admission is free and proceeds from food sales will benefit Imagine No Malaria, an initiative of the United Methodist Churchʼs Austin District which aims to end malaria related deaths in Africa by 2015.

RSVP on Facebook
Download: Imagine No Malaria Poster

Feb 18th: Blackland Community Project

UPDATE: We had to cancel due to the high probability of super cold rain tomorrow. We’re sorry and we’re working with BCDC to reschedule in late March or April.

This Saturday you’re invited to help with a community building project right in Servant Church’s own neighborhood. We’ll be partnering with the Blackland Community Development Corporation (BCDC), an organization that fights for preserve affordable housing to low-income families and senior citizens in the Blackland neighborhood of Austin, just south of Cherrywood across Manor Rd.

We’ll be helping to build raised beds and dig irrigation trenches for a small community garden on site at the Stewart House, just behind Red House Pizzeria. Followed by a lunch, prepared by BCDC.


Date: Saturday, February 18th, 2012
Time: 8am-1pm – Lunch BCDC.
Location: 1902 E. 22nd St. Austin, TX 78722

More information on Blackland