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Celebrating God's Love with Everyone


Located "at the bend" on Bluemel Rd., St. Francis sits on 11 lush acres. We are a welcoming and diverse community.  Our members come from 10 different countries, and we speak a dozen different languages.  We are young and old, married and single, Republican and Democrat, gay and straight, married and single.  The love of God in Christ Jesus that unites us is bigger than any difference that might divide us.


St. Francis is a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas. The Rt. Rev. David Reed is our Diocesan Bishop and the Rt. Rev. Jennifer Brooke-Davidson is our Bishop Suffragan.

We warmly invite you to worship with us at our Sunday or Wednesday services. Or stop by the Church office. We look forward to meeting you!

Our Mission Statement

Celebrating God's Love with Everyone


Core Values:

  • Fellowship & Inclusion

  • Christian Formation & Discipleship

  • Compassion & Service

  • Faithful Stewardship & Giving

Our History
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The first official gathering of the St. Francis community was a Palm Sunday service held in the home of William and Margaret Atkins, 1030 E. Sunshine Drive, on March 26, 1961.

What We Believe

St. Francis is an Episcopal Church within the Diocese of West Texas and the greater Episcopal Church of the United States. The Episcopal Church is a member of the Anglican Communion; derived from the Church of England and sharing with it traditions of faith and order as set for in its Book of Common Prayer.  Learn more.


As a Christian community, the people of St. Francis gather for worship each Sunday. Our service follows a style handed down to us by centuries of Christian tradition.  Each week, we read from sacred scriptures, we meditate and reflect on those readings, we pray (for ourselves, each other, the community around us, and the world), and we share communion. 

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