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THIS SUNDAY we meet online in solidarity with our community. For Zoom click here 

https://zoom.us/j/2320164849


Meeting ID: 232 016 4849


You need to first download Zoom to view. If you have any trouble text the Vicar at 5125714124 and he will help you set it up. If you need food or medical care during this time please text  or  call the vicar, David Peters. 


We’re  all  in  this  together.  





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From the Vicar

Dear Friend, 


When I came home from the Iraq War I felt like I lost everything. My first marriage ended, my untreated PTSD spiraled out of control, and I felt like God had abandoned me. During those difficult days, a friend invited me to an Episcopal Church. I went, and for the first time in a long time, while I was receiving communion, I felt that God loved me. Back then I wasn’t able to feel God’s love anywhere else in my life, but I felt it there at that altar.

This is why I’m part of this new church plant here in Pflugerville. I want people to experience God’s love through the good news of Jesus and the sacramental life he calls us to. Truly nothing can separate us from the love of God in Christ.


Peace,


David+ 

About Us

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Where is your building?

The new church plant in Pflugerville began on January 2nd, 2019, when our Vicar, the Rev. David Peters drank his first cup of coffee at West Pecan Coffee. This was 180 years after the Rev. Caleb Ives announced the formation of the first Episcopal Church in Texas, Christ Church in Matagorda in 1839. Christ Church, Matagorda first met in a Masonic hall, so we expect to utilize creative spaces as we begin this exciting new community. Every Tues-Thursday we meet for Cranmer’s Coffee Club, Morning Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer. On Sundays we meet at the Three Legged Goat, 9:30 a.m. for our service of Bible Teaching and Holy Communion. Check out our Events Page for the latest times and locations.  

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Who is Saint Joan of Arc?

In May, the Rt. Rev. Andy Doyle, our Diocesan Bishop, approved our new name, Saint Joan of Arc!  Her life of mystical faith is  commemorated on  The Episcopal Church Kalendar and reminds us to follow Jesus even in times of severe difficulty. As there are numerous churches with names of male saints, we feel that a woman’s name will bring some balance to the larger Church, as well as communicate that our Church has women at every level of leadership and influence. We often meditate on Joan’s statement that “If I be not in a state of grace, I pray God place me in in it; if I be in it, I pray God keep me so.” For more information on St. Joan’s life, please contact us below. 

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How Can I Help?

Priests don‘t start churches. Teams of people start churches, as they discern the call of God in a particular community. Would you consider being on this team? If you are, please contact our Vicar, David Peters. Fr. David’s biography can be found here. If you would like to give to St. Joan of Arc’s mission, please click HERE to access Tith.ly

Contact Us

Saint Joan of Arc Episcopal Church

Pflugerville, Texas, United States

(512) 571-4124

Please contact the Vicar, The Rev. David Peters, if you would like to learn more about this new Church Plant, or if you would like someone to pray with you. 


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