top of page

Disciples of Christ



204 E Graves , Burnet, TX 78611

Telephone: (512) 756-2223  



Worship - Sunday 10:45 AM
Study Time - Sunday 9:30 AM
Fellowship - Sunday
12:00 PM
Monthly Potluck - First Sunday

Office Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

 9am to 1pm


Pastor Teresa Trusner 


Secretary-Melissa Johnson


Music Coordinator-Susan Clark 



Human beings with faults and flaws who are committed to a lifelong quest to become like Jesus.

Study Groups:

Two adult study groups: one for women and another for men and women. Each chooses their own study material.

Classes for children and youth are in our future plans.                            


Starts at 10:45 a.m. A chime sounds to call people to their seats.

Traditional in style guided by TV screens.

Prayer lifts up our concerns and joys.

We partake in communion at each service. The table is open to all.

Closes with a circle to celebrate the fact that we do not go out into the world alone.  


Typically short, focused on practical bible application.

Weekly Social: 

Light snacks are provided after worship. Come get acquainted!             

Monthly Potluck:  First Sunday of the Month after worship. There is always plenty of food. Come join us! 

What Should I Wear?

You will see people wearing shorts to business casual. Come as you are!

Service Opportunity

Be a literary partner at RJ Richey Elementary. 

  • Volunteer for 30 minutes a week

  • 2 -15 minute One-on-One Reading Sessions

  • Children not reading at grade level by the end of 3rd grade are four times more likely to drop out of school

Characteristics of a Literary Partner​

  • Consistency-committed to 30 minutes, on the same day of the week at the same time

  • Flexible-realize that the child's mood and needs may vary from week to week

  • Role model-be polite, kind, honest, respectful

  • Humble-do not overestimate or underestimate your ability to help a child learn to read

  • Fifth Sunday Singing and Fellowship
    Fifth Sunday Singing and Fellowship
    Sun, Jun 30
    First Christian Church Burnet
    Jun 30, 2024, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
    First Christian Church Burnet, 204 E Graves St, Burnet, TX 78611, USA
    Jun 30, 2024, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
    First Christian Church Burnet, 204 E Graves St, Burnet, TX 78611, USA
Painting Wall

Care Groups

Our church has three care groups. Each care group has an elder and deacon leadership team. The purpose of the groups is to build relationships, engage in service activities and provide a structure for our prayer chain. The care groups take turns hosting the monthly luncheons and fellowship times after worship.

Care Group Leadership Teams:

Group 1: Brenda Williams (E), Art Johnson (E), Melissa Johnson (D),

Richard Dunegan (D)

Group 2: LuLisa Nance(E), Bennie Clark (E), Jim Nance(D)

Pastor's Care Group: Teresa Trusner

(E) - Elder

(D) - Deacon

Recovery Groups

​AA District Meeting – 1st Sunday of the month (2PM-5PM)

AA Big Book Study - Mon 10:30 AM (Closed), 

                                              Wed 6PM

AA Noon Group – Mon through Fri (12PM-1PM)

AA Solutions Group – Wed & Sat (7PM-8PM)

AA Women Do Recover (Women only) - Mon (5:30PM - 6:30PM)

NA Non-Fiction Addiction – Mon & Thurs (7PM-8PM)

Food Addiction Group - Sun 6-7:30PM

The Blessing Box was installed in 2019 as a memorial to two former members of our church, Auda and Mary Alice Ross. The box provides non-perishable food and personal hygiene items for those in need. Feel free to "take what you need, leave what you can...above all Be Blessed."


The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) was founded in the early 1800’s in the United States. The founders envisioned only one Christian Church, modeled on the New Testament, to be a witness for both religious freedom and the unity of all Christians. The church grew rapidly across the American frontier, in part because it shared many values of the early settlers. The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) now includes nearly 4,000 congregations.

History of the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Burnet:

In June 1883, land was purchased and the first building was erected in 1884 or 1885. In 1910, the building burned and eventually the church disbanded. The congregation reorganized in 1950, purchased the present lot in 1951 and dedicated the sanctuary (now the fellowship hall) on July 27, 1952. Sunday School rooms were added in 1957 and the present sanctuary was dedicated December 14, 1975. An extensive remodel was undertaken in 2005.

You may also choose to worship online with us on Facebook Live.

You may also choose to worship online with us on Facebook Live.

Play Video
fountain pen.jpg

Pastor's Pen

And suddenly, the dog days of summer have arrived! We have been blessed with enough rain to raise Lake Buchanan 11 feet (the last report I heard). My grass is green and filling in around the weeds. And the church is thriving! New people are visiting and coming back. Not only are they coming back, they are asking “How can I help?” Last Sunday, June 2, we had 40 people in worship. The potluck luncheon was a joy to this pastor’s heart. Lively conversation could be heard all around the room. No one was eating alone. New people were engaged in relationship building.


The first Sunday in June marks my 2 year anniversary with this amazing group of Jesus followers. I have been blessed by the way Y’all have come together to move this church into a healthy future. I see cooperation, compassion, and communication as we work together to serve our community and build Jesus’ Kingdom.


I enjoy the sounds of small children in worship. They come forward for Children’s Time with enthusiasm. When we are distracted by their very normal, short attention spans, we would do well to remember Jesus’ words in Matthew 18: 1 - 6 (NIV):


1 At that time the disciples came to Jesus and asked, “Who, then, is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?” 2 He called a little child to him, and placed the child among them. 3 And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. 4 Therefore, whoever takes the lowly position of this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. 5 And whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me. 6 “If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe in me—to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.


I don’t know about you, but I take Jesus’ words very seriously in regards to these children. My prayer has become: Lord, let us learn from these children how to trust you, love you, and serve you. And may we live in a way that shows them Your love and leads them to follow You.


I will be taking a few days at the beach. My plan is to leave after church Sunday June 9 and be back in time for church next week. Most of this time, I will be “off the grid”, meaning I will be unable to receive calls and text messages. In order to keep my voicemail from becoming full, I invite you to send me a short text regarding hospitalizations and deaths. I will respond to these messages when I am “on the grid”. However, you should contact your Elder.


204 E Graves St, Burnet, TX 78611, USA


Subscribe Form

Thanks for subscribing!

bottom of page