for the 79th General Convention
Sunday Worship in Austin
On Sunday attendees may worship at local parishes in Austin, or attend a simple Eucharist in the Convention Center
View the following document for information about local parishes in Austin
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Serve as a Eucharistic Minister for General Convention Worship
More than 100 persons are needed daily to administer Holy Eucharist at General Convention. Any person (clergy and lay) may volunteer to serve, and instructions are provided. To volunteer come to the worship area 30-45 minutes prior to each worship service and let a volunteer know you are volunteering to serve communion that day. You will be given a slip of paper that identifies where you will serve, and if you will be serving consecrated bread or consecrated wine. Eucharistic ministers do not wear vestments.
Please note Holy Communion will not be celebrated at the Revival on Saturday, July 8 at the Palmer Center.
Thanks be to God for Cara Ellen Modisett, Communications Director, Saint John’s Episcopal, Roanoke, Virginia who worked with Torrence Thomas in leading our proofreading team. The proofreading team included Dr. Katherine Grimes, Professor of English at Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia, The Reverend Jon White, Rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Camillus, New York, and Managing Editor of the Episcopal Cafe, and The Reverend Rosalind Hughes, Rector of the Church of the Epiphany, Euclid, Ohio, and a Contributing Editor at the Episcopal Cafe. I want to also thank Scott Chard who is Praise Chorus Leader at Saint Augustine of Canterbury, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Melissa Walker, Senior Graphic Designer for The Episcopal Church and Maria Pacheco, Language Services Manager for The Episcopal Church. I am grateful for everyone's hard work in making this update possible.
Click on the below link for information about Honoré Farm and Mill which provided the Communion bread for worship at the 79th General Convention