Loving our neighbors
With the closing of shelters on the El Paso side of the border, we're moving our efforts to provide food and shelter for vulnerable immigrant populations to the Juarez side. Bishop Michael Hunn (Diocese of the Rio Grande), with members of the El Paso and Juarez clergy, share their video journey here: Part 1 and Part 2.
Who Are We?
St. Francis is first and foremost a community in Christ.
We worship together, serve together, and grow together.
We are a sacred place and people who are inclusive and loving.
At St Francis on the Hill we strive to
reflect God's love and the spirit of St. Francis by welcoming all into our midst, as Christ welcomes us. We worship together, support one another’s values and beliefs, and nurture the faith of our members. Newcomers are welcome and will find us a warm, inclusive, and affirming congregation.
Inspired by our calling, we aim to provide a genuine welcome to all in their diversity, to provide a place of strength and renewal, to carry Christ's message to the world, and to serve the Lord and the community with thanksgiving.
Sunday celebration of Holy Eucharist is at 10:30 AM.
We provide a nursery for children 0 - 3, and Sunday School is available for older children. Enjoy fellowship and refreshments in Myrick Hall immediately following service. Laity-led Christian formation discussion group precedes service, 9:15 a.m. in Myrick Hall.
Our church offers a traditional setting for your most sacred celebration.