Welcome to St. Jude Oak Cliff
Why "St Jude"?
Jude was the half-brother of Jesus, but you won't catch him saying that. Instead, this once doubter turned missionary, prefers to call himself a servant of Jesus Christ. Believing in his brother only after the resurrection, Jude knows what all people need, especially doubters: mercy. In the short letter Jude wrote in the New Testament, he encourages believers to "contend for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints." So, like Jesus' brother, St Jude Oak Cliff, welcomes doubters, skeptics, and strugglers with mercy.
Want to learn more about Jude? Watch our Theology series on Jude led by our very own Resident Theologian, Nika Spaulding.
Who to Expect
We are a church of believers, doubters, skeptics, and everyone in between. We believe diversity--ethnically, socioeconomically, generationally--demonstrates Christ's presence as walls fall down. So, we not only welcome everyone to attend, we celebrate your presence. Everyone at St Jude has a story, and we would love to hear yours.
What to Expect
We gather together for Sunday worship at St. Cecilia's Catholic School at 10:45am. If you are unable to meet in-person, you can join us virtually live on our youtube page at 10:45am. Beginning March 6, 2022 masks are optional at all St. Jude Worship Services and events.
At St. Jude, we worship on Sunday mornings by saying prayers, singing songs, teaching Scripture, and taking communion. Members of our Church will welcome you, serve you, and guide you if you need assistance. We have a dedicated team to care for your young ones in the nursery. Feel free to wear what is most comfortable for you and your family.
We would love to see you soon!
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us. We'd love to meet you over a cup of coffee!