About Our Worship
Holy Eucharist: 8:00
The Holy Eucharist (which means "Holy Thanksgiving") is our central act of worship. Also called the Holy Communion, the Lord's Supper, or Read More
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The Anglican Communion
Our Merciful Saviour is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion which has over 70 million members. The Episcopal Church places scripture, tradition and reason as a foundation by which people come to know the truth of God in Jesus Christ. We are a Gospel Church, a praying church and a thinking church. It is a church for those of deep faith and devotion, as well as a church for those trying to find their way while struggling with questions of faith. It is a church where seeking, learning, and inquiring are encouraged and supported. Most of all, it is a Church which raises up the love of God in Jesus Christ, Our Merciful Saviour.
The Rev. Dr. David Petrash is the Vicar of Our Merciful Saviour. Father Petrash is beginning his fifth year of service to this community. He came to Kaufman from Denison, Texas, where he was Interim Head of School for St. Luke's Episcopal Church and School. Following an extensive career in college teaching and administration at Grayson County College in Denison, Texas, he was the Chaplain for Home Hospice of Grayson, Cooke, and Fannin Counties.
Father Petrash and his wife, Laura, take an active part in the Kaufman community. Fr. David is a member of the City of Kaufman Board of Adjustment. Fr. and Mrs. Petrash are active menbers of the Kaufman Lions Club, where she serves on the Board of Directors. They have a long history of involvment in Boy Scouts, and started a new Cub Scout pack ( Pack 1909) at Our Merciful Saviour. Fr. David and Laura are working to continue the legacy of community involvement that has always been an important part of the ministry of Our Merciful Saviour.
A place to grow in the love and service of our Lord.A church who has been serving the people of Kaufman for over 100 years.A church rooted in sound scriptural teaching and preaching that is built upon the foundations of the faith and worship of the traditional, historical church.
A church that is truly a family church, where people know each other by name and care for each other as a family cares for its members.
A place where children can grow in the knowledge and love of the Lord with other children, supported by a warm, loving and knowledgeable Sunday School staff. A supportive community where you can find friendships in Christ, feel loved and accepted, and learn more about the Bible and living the Christian faith.