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You are invited to attend any and all services and classes. If you see something that catches your interest, please join us!
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Worship Services

1314 E Oltorf St, Austin, TX 78704
Every Sun @ 11:45am


Phone & Email

(512) 428-9464


What To Expect On Sunday Morning



Lay Leadership
Wildflower Church is currently between ministers. As a result, we rely on our church members and guest speakers to create and lead our worship services. The congregation envisions a minister in its future, whether that be a short-term developmental minister or a longer term settled minister.
Finding Us
We worship at Faith Presbyterian, our space sharing partner. See the bottom of the page for a map and directions. Their campus is laid out around a courtyard. To find the sanctuary, look for the entrance with two sets of blue-framed glass double doors.
Entering Worship

Once inside the vestibule, after checking in, look for the membership table, where you can tell us more about yourself and learn more about Wildflower and Unitarian Universalism. 

Children's Religious Education

Children and youth stay with their parents for the first 15 minutes of the worship service. After the “time for all ages” and the congregation “sings the children out,” teachers lead them to their classes. The children and youth program ends at about 12:45 pm, usually 15 minutes after the Worship Service ends. We strive to provide childcare for children 6 weeks to 4 years of age. Children age 4 and above may begin in the Pre-K class when they are developmentally ready.

For young children, childcare begins at 9:30 am and continues until 1 pm. Children attending childcare do not have to begin in the service.

To promote child and youth safety, two adults are present in childcare and all classes. In accordance with our Safe Church policy, all RE teachers and care providers undergo background checks.  More information can be found on the Children’s RE page.

About the Services
Our services usually run about an hour, usually with a 15-25 minute sermon or a series of homilies. Sermons and homilies can be responsive to current events, ethical, historical, social justice-themed, all of the above, and more. We light a chalice, the symbol of our faith, at the beginning of worship, and extinguish it at the close. We sing hymns and often have choral music and/or guest musicians. We often applaud during church. We have a time for all ages, a time for prayer and meditation, and we sometimes explore varied world religious traditions.
Fellowship Hour
After worship, we gather for coffee and snacks in the Wildflower Community Room in the building to the left of the sanctuary (follow the crowd), where you can also retrieve your children. Fellowship Hour is a great time to meet Wildflowers and fellow visitors and talk about anything and everything!

Wildflower’s Sanctuary, on-site buildings and offices are wheelchair accessible. Designated accessible seating is available next to the aisle. Both bathrooms in the sanctuary and in the multipurpose rooms are undergoing modifications to improve physical accessibility, including installation of wall-mounted baby changing tables in all 4 bathrooms. Hearing assistance devices and large print programs are available upon request for Sunday worship services. If you would like to have more information about accessibility issues prior to your visit, please email the Disability Advocacy, Inclusion & Accessibility Team (DAIA).