Worship Services

Our worship services occur every Sunday beginning at 11:45 a.m. and last for about an hour. On the second Sunday of each month, our service is on Zoom only. All other Sundays we meet in person in the sanctuary at Faith Presbyterian Church, and we simultaneously stream the service on Zoom. 

The links below include descriptions of past services without videos. If you are a church member and would like to see a video of a particular past service, contact the Worship Team at worship@wildflowerchurch.org.

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Upcoming Service

This Too Shall Pass

May 29, 2022

Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore writes that “All things rush on, they don’t stop or look behind.” He continues by saying that “even those things that seem to be permanent and unchanging are actually impermanent and are changing all the time.” Join us this Sunday as Rev. Addae Kraba explores these words and helps us to understand how this, too, shall pass. Reverend Addae Ama Kraba is Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of New Braunfels, Texas. She has published works in She Is Everywhere: An Anthology of writing in Womanist and Feminist Spirituality and in Voices from the Margins, An Anthology of Meditations. In 2018, Rev. Addae launched Revaddae.com.   Children and Youth will be meeting in person in their classes after being present in the sanctuary for the first part of the service.

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More Services

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Youth Service

04/23/2017
The Wildflower Youth and Children’s RE will facilitate an interactive, musical worship that reflects and inspires hope.
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Scholarship Sabbath

04/09/2017
This year we are celebrating our sixth consecutive Scholarship Sabbath. In this service, we introduce and honor recipients of our Wildflower Scholarships, two graduating seniors from Travis High School and…