Welcome to the Downtown Congregation of The Austin Stone!
We are grateful you are taking time to learn more about our church! God does amazing things when people gather together to pursue Him. Lives are transformed, hope is found, and chains are broken through the gospel of Jesus Christ!
We’d love for you to join us every Sunday at 8:30am or 10:30am for indoor services. Masks are optional at all in-person gatherings and social distancing is not required. If you don’t feel comfortable with the mask-optional setting, we encourage you to continue utilizing our online broadcast for worship services at 9am!
Limited-capacity Kids programming will be provided. RSVP is required!
College worships with the church family of The Austin Stone on Sundays at the Downtown location. Join us to connect with other college students!
Throughout the year, College will host on-campus events, retreats, and service opportunities. We gather once-a-week in a smaller setting called Missional Communities that meet across Austin in college students’ apartments, houses, dorms, and campus facilities. These groups typically gather 10-20 students to share meals together, read the Bible, pray, and enjoy doing life in Austin with one another. We have co-ed, guys, and girls groups that any college student can join at any time throughout the semester!Get Connected
During the ongoing pandemic, our Kids Ministry has moved to creating fun and engaging digital content. You can access this digital content by visiting austinstone.org/online. Jesus is the center of Kids Ministry at The Austin Stone! We believe that children need to hear and understand the good news of the gospel, so every week, your child will hear a lesson based on one of the 7 Basic Truths. These statements sum up the entire gospel message in kid-friendly language.
Actively teaching your children is the best way we can support you as parents. We hope that while children are with us in Kids, not only will they have an amazing time with other kids their age and our awesome volunteers, they’ll hear the gospel and learn what it means for their lives.
We recognize that God has entrusted us with the ministry and safety of children while they are in our care. We want every environment a child is in to be the safest it can be so that children have the opportunity to grow in their knowledge and love of the Lord. Each environment is supervised by multiple volunteers who have gone through an intensive onboarding process that includes an application, in-person interview, background check, policy training, and sexual abuse awareness training. Our locations also offer several opportunities to refresh this knowledge for volunteers throughout the year.
During the ongoing pandemic, our Students Ministry has moved to creating fun and engaging digital content. You can access this digital content by visiting austinstone.org/online.
During worship, students come together to connect with God, our volunteer leaders, and one another. Students Ministry is working hard to provide creative digital content during this time.
We believe that God uses Sunday worship in unique ways to grow and encourage His people. But God isn’t just active on Sundays! Throughout the week, we want you to grow in your relationship with God in a community with other believers. No matter your background, stage of life, or even the strength of your faith, there is a place for you at The Austin Stone. We call these groups missional communities.
To learn more about ways to get connected to community at The Austin Stone Downtown, email Noel Handy, or click the link below.Get Connected
Capitol City is a church plant and a separate, autonomous church of The Austin Stone! Launching this fall in East Austin, the hope of Capitol City is that people in Central Austin would experience more and more of the kingdom of God!
We’d love for you to join us in praying for and supporting Capitol City. To keep up-to-date on the church’s progress and happenings, click the button below to sign up for their newsletter.
You can also schedule an interest meeting with Robby Moore, the lead pastor, by emailing him here, or by clicking the link below.