Welcome to Midtown Church

We are a family loved and served by God and compelled to love and serve Austin with God. We’re glad you’ve stopped by our site and hope we can meet you in person soon!

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Sunday Mornings

Doors open at 10:15am for coffee and conversation, then worship starts at 10:45am on Sunday mornings at the Baker School in Hyde Park

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On Campus

Hill Country on Campus is Midtown’s College Ministry. It takes place on Wednesday nights in the Texas Union at 8:00pm.

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Midtown Communities

Our Midtown Communities gather throughout the week to care for each other and fulfill Jesus’ mission of being disciples who make disciples.

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New To Church?

We’d love for you to check out Midtown, but we also know that one size does not fit all. Click below to learn more about what to expect when visiting Midtown and for a list of other churches in central Austin.

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New To Jesus?

Midtown is a church that invites people to explore, ask questions and grow in their faith. Click below to learn more about what we believe and how the gospel is good news for everyone.

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New To Austin?

Welcome to the greatest city in America! We love Austin and we want you to love Austin too. Click below to see our recommendations of places to eat, things to do and more.

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Sermon Podcasts

Note Three: God is Gracious (3/5) Part 2

Jamie Trussell.  John 13. A continuation from last week’s message delving into how Gracious God is.  

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Note Three: God is Gracious (3/5) Part 1

Romans 3: 19-26.  Jamie Trussell.  Earning someone’s love can be exhausting.  Likewise, the actions and characteristics we require of others to give them our love differ from person to person.  God’s love is unique in that it is impossible for us to earn by our own actions and has in turn been given freely and […]

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Note Two: God is Good (2/5)

John 10:11-15.  Jake Box.  When tragedy, pain, and suffering occur how can we know that God is still good?  This week’s message provides insight into how our God is still an infinitely good God.  Because God is good, he suffered.  Because God is good, we do not suffer in vain.  And finally, because God is […]

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Note One: God is Great (1/5)

Mark 4:35-5:43.  Jake Box.  In the first message of this five part series the question is asked: Do you really believe God is great?  In many examples throughout the Bible God is seen as all powerful(omnipotent), all knowing(omniscient) and in control(sovereign).  His power is shown over the natural world, the supernatural world, life and death, […]

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