Pastoral Care and Reconciliation

Prayer Card and Flower

At the heart of our life as a faith community lies the commitment and responsibility to care for, support, and encourage one another, especially in times of crisis and difficulty.

Know that your clergy are here for you. Reach out to the Rev. Angela Cortiñas or another member of the clergy.

The Rev. Dr. Chuck Treadwell
The Rev. Bob Gribble
The Rev. Chad McCall
The Rev. Santi Rodriguez

Prayer Requests: Click here to submit a prayer request for yourself or a loved one or email . We have prayer groups who pray for those in need as well as prayers we offer during Sunday morning services.

Prayer Shawls: Prayer Shawls can be given to someone who is struggling physically, spiritually, or emotionally. The prayer shawls are knitted by members of St. Agnes Guild.

Nursing Home Volunteers: St. David’s takes a Holy Communion service once a month to a few retirement communities. We need a musician and an assistant to help with readings, prayers, and distribution (No License required). If you are interested, please contact Fr. Bob at  . Thank you for your interest in this rewarding ministry!

Reconciliation

Our priests offer the Reconciliation of a Penitent or Sacrament of Reconciliation at any time, but especially during the season of Lent and Advent. Please see page 446 in the Book of Common Prayer for more information about this pastoral office. If you are interested in a private, confidential meeting with a priest to confess your sins and to be assured of God’s absolution, please contact the priest of your choice. You may call the main number 512-610-3500 and leave a message for the priest on call.

Additional Helpful Organizations


The nationwide hotline for mental health emergencies switches to a simple 988 number on Saturday, July 16, and will be a universal entry point so that no matter where you live in the U.S., you can easily access 24/7 emotional support.


SAFE:  Stop abuse for everyone
24-hr SAFEline:  512-267-SAFE (7233)
A merger of Austin Children’s Shelter and SafePlace
We are hearing from our professionals that during this time of additional stress not everyone is able to cope well. If you are or know of someone who is a victim of domestic abuse, please don’t wait, call today.