Brady Presbyterian Church

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Our Faith

Greetings from the Pastor

     Thank you for visiting our website. We are glad you are here. If you come to visit our community of faith, you will find many with gray hair and a lot of wisdom. But you will also find friendly people to welcome you from their heart with a hug or hearty handshake. We hope you will come to visit and give our members a chance to greet you in the name of Jesus Christ.

     Brady Presbyterian Church has always been a small congregation in the heart of Texas that has been celebrating the death, life, and resurrection of Jesus Christ for 110 years. In worship, God is revealed and we respond by praising God in scripture, song, and proclaiming the Word. We like traditional worship for the depth of its meaning and yet we are open to trying new ideas in ministry.

     The congregation “breaks bread” together every second Sunday after church. A person would be hard pressed to find a better restaurant in town open on Sunday. At lunch, you will find various topics of conversation, laughter, and desserts you would have to see to believe! Oh, did I mention that you need to come with an appetite? The cooks in the church are pretty good at their trade and you would not want to hurt their feelings. Trying it all is essential to the afternoon lunch experience!

     Our education on Sunday morning explores God’s Word at ten o’clock. The adult class always has a great discussion as they try to apply scripture to their lives today. The children have fun as they read a story, play a game, and complete a craft as they gain knowledge of the Bible. On Thursday, we have an ecumenical Bible study, which explores scripture through discussion, usually followed by eating together at a local restaurant.

For two years, I have had the privilege of being the pastor to this faithful community. Their hospitality and caring spirit are truly contagious! There is a place in our congregation for you. We hope you will come and see for yourself.


Peace and Grace,


Rev. Regina M. Maas