Plan Your Visit
Our Sunday rhythms include gathering for Liturgy in the Chapel at Rosedale at 10:30am on the first & third Sundays of the month. On the second and fourth Sundays of the month we gather in House Churches. House Churches are made up of smaller groups than liturgy at the Chapel. Find out more about our House Churches and where to visit one here.
Summer Sunday schedule:
One meaning of the word "liturgy" is "the work of the people." We all band together as participants and hosts, to create a space for learning about Jesus and each other.
We're a seven-day-a-week church, not just a few hours on Sunday morning. We end each liturgy by saying "See you throughout the week." That's why we always do lunch on Sundays -- we go out and begin the week together.
Kids participate in liturgy and learn on their own level.
Great! Austin Mustard Seed is a church for passionate believers and hopeful skeptics. We are all in different places along somewhere on that spectrum, and we come together to experience community and learn the practices of Jesus.
Kids participate in the beginning and end of our Liturgy but have their own teaching time. You can learn more here.
Austin Mustard Seed gathers for Liturgy at 10:30 am in the Orange Chapel at Rosedale Baptist Church (4400 Maybelle). You can park on the street or in the parking lot on the south side. Come on in and grab some coffee.
This is Austin, so people are usually pretty casual.
We love how Liturgy forms us as people and gives so many an opportunity to help lead. You can learn more about it here.
Just visit the one nearest you. You can find a list here. It’s always a good idea to drop a quick email because times and locations are subject to change.
Come back a second week, and we’ll probably give you a job! We always need people who can help set up, make coffee, lead prayers, not to mention, many other opportunities throughout the week. You can send an email to our staff to learn more.
We stand alongside centuries of Christian tradition in embracing the Apostles Creed and the Nicene Creed. We also see Christianity as a continuation of the long story of God’s work in the world — read how we understand that story. You can also get a taste of our approach to belief by listening back to our Catechesis teaching series.