In a parish begun in the wildest town in Texas in 1874, with a service held from the back end of a railroad car, the people who are this Episcopal church rely on its cloud of witnesses and God’s never-ending grace.
History and birth of our Episcopal Church of the Annunciation
A parish begun with an 1874 service held from the back end of a railroad car in the wildest town in Texas continues today, counting on its cloud of witnesses and God’s never-ending grace.
Clergy: The Rev. Mark C. Bigley, Rector
Phone: (830) 875-5155
Diocese: West Texas
301 S. Walnut
P. O. Box 106
Luling , TX 78648
I had so much fun helping with the Wednesday Supper. I felt so welcomed when I jumped in to help. I often do that and many times people don’t appreciate it. But, you all smiled and told me to come on in! And even gave me a job to do. Thanks! I felt a part of something.
I joined this church family a few years ago, and even coming from a whole different branch of Christianity, I was welcomed with open arms & made to feel right at home. Friendliest faces at this church!