Holy Word is one church that operates two locations: northeast Austin and a new start in Pflugerville. Both locations are blessed with many of the same features: our friendly culture, easy access to Bible teaching at all levels, community connection, personable staff, and the unity of our belief and mission. However, each location offers a slightly different style and local fit in the community. Whether you are a first time guest, a seeker, skeptic, or lost soul, or a long time Christian, we invite you to get to know us. Explore this website and—better yet—visit this Sunday at either location. Come as you are!
Holy Word helps people follow Jesus as his disciples (Matthew 28:19). Believe in something bigger and newer than just getting ahead: the life-changing promises of Jesus create a new you. Belong to a group where honest, open friendships offer friendly accountability and loving encouragement. Become the person Jesus calls you to be, taking next steps for personal growth without pressure and guilt. And discover people and places Beyond your own boundaries; meaningful opportunities for you to serve and share.
An incredibly 75-year research study about relationships reveals the exact same thing that God created when he designed them. But we resist practicing it. We need to understand why, see Jesus as our best friend, and enjoy better relationships for a better life. Pastor Daron Lindemann. April 23, 2017.... Read More
Jesus calls you his friend. He’s not embarrassed about you. He’s not ashamed of you. He doesn’t duck when you come looking for him or change the topic of conversation when you tell people you’re close to him. He loves being your friend. He even likes it! You might think you’re not qualified for that kind of friendship with Jesus and, honestly, you’re right. Nobody is. But in a world where friendship is 50/50, we find refreshing promise from the miraculous grace of Jesus. Friendship with him starts with him, and depends on him. Listen to Jesus’ own words: “I no longer call you servants, because a servant does not know his... Read More
"He is Not Here; He Has Risen!" How many times have you heard those words? Whether it has been one time or more times than you can count, we hope you took as much joy from Easter this year as we did. The weather was fantastic (despite all the forecasts); the music was beautiful; the food was amazing. As great as all these things are, what... Read More
St. Edwards Park Saturday, April 22, 2017 10:00 am - 12:00 pm 7301 Spicewood Springs Rd, Austin, TX WHERE: 7301 Spicewood Springs Rd, Austin, TX. Located in Austin off N. Capital of Texas HWY and Spicewood Springs Rd. LET'S TAKE A HIKE! Do you love the great outdoors? Well, then come and join a group of us as we go on a hike! We will meet at St. Edwards park Saturday... Read More
Jesus tells the women outside his tomb, "Go tell my brothers to go to Galilee, there they will find me." (Matthew 28:10) This message was for the same disciples who abandoned & denied him just days before. Jesus calls them brothers! He forged a friendship with them, not by what they had done, but by forgiving them on the cross. God creates us for relationship... Read More