Sunday Worship at Annual Meeting of South Central Conference

The following link will allow folks to worship virtually with those who are gathered at Camp Allen for the Annual Meeting of the South Central Conference. This important service will include the formal installation of Rev. Phil Hodson as our Confe

Lenten Book Study

Rev. Dr. Whit Bodman will be leading our Lenten Book Study on the late Thich Nhat Hanh’s work, Living Buddha, Living Christ, Monday evenings at 7:00pm on Zoom. We’ll begin with an introductory session on Monday night, 3/7 and then pick-u

Return to In-Person Worship (March 6, 2022)

Dear Members & Friends of the Congregational Church of Austin~ I am delighted to tell you, on behalf of the Deacons, that our sanctuary will be open for in-person worship this Sunday, March 3. As promised, we made this decision based on Austin mo

An Advent Study on Mary, the mother of God, led by Rev. Dr. Whit Bodman,

The study will be held on Monday evenings, Dec. 6, 13 and 20 from 7-8 pm on Zoom. To join the class Zoom meeting, click on the post title above and use the following link: Advent Study on Mary

Pastor Tom VandeStadt Retires

Pastor Tom VandeStadt preached his last sermon as minister of the Congregational Church of Austin on February 28, 2021. Sadly for him and for the congregation, it had to be a YouTube service. Members of the congregation made short videos expressing t

Overflow the Courtyard

  “Overflow the Courtyard” Sunday, Oct. 11 between 2 – 4 pm at University Presbyterian Church 2203 San Antonio Street, just a block south of Austin Congregational. This is a drive-through collection event to support the Micah 6 Food Pa

E-Slab Andy & Faye Baby Shower

On Tuesday, September 15th,  we will convert our usual 7 PM E-Slab Zoom into a Virtual Baby Shower gathering for Faye and Andy Dierksen.  We hope you can Zoom in for a bit of celebration so check your busy social calendar now and plan ahead to join

Austin Interface: TMO & Texas IAF Justice Summit: Police Reform

Join the Texas IAF Network along with speakers Ernesto Cortés, Jr., Danielle Allen and Charles Payne for an engaging discussion about finding ways for police and community collaboration to reduce violence, racial disparities, and injustice in polici


CCA OUTREACH eBlast-Police Department Funding   An irregular, brief email to highlight opportunities for our members (and others!) to Act.   Mel Oakes has written a letter for the church to send to the Austin City Council supporting they ef

CCA Outreach eBlast

Whit Bodman has instituted an “Irregular, brief email to highlight opportunities for our members (and other!) to Act. Here is his first issue. Outreach Blast