Holy Cross Anglican Church is a mission-station church plant of the traditional Diocese of Ft. Worth in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).
Who we are
In 2014, we began as a Sunday evening fellowship of 8-10 people that joined together in Bible study and Evening Prayer in the Stewart's home. When Fr. Bryan was ordained to the priesthood in 2015, we began meeting once a month for an evening Eucharist service at McMurry University's Carleton Chapel. Soon that increased to twice a month, and in Lent of 2017 we started weekly services, still in the evening. In the fall of 2017, we were officially recognized as a "mission-station" (church plant) by the Diocese of Fort Worth (ACNA). That same fall, we also moved our services to Sunday mornings.
In the spring of 2021, we moved to a new location and now worship in the Historic Chapel at Buffalo Gap. At present we are a congregation of roughly 35 souls, with an average Sunday attendance of around 20.
Our congregation has a diversity of ages: college students, singles, married with young children, families with older children, and empty-nesters. Some come from an Anglican/Episcopal background; others do not, but our common goal is to grow in faith and fellowship as we worship Christ in the Anglican Way.