Our goal is to make disciples as Jesus commanded. We define discipleship as one who shares the faith, studies God’s Word, actively worships, prays regularly,  invites others to follow Christ alongside us, serves in the Name of Jesus, and engages in healthy fellowship.

Please seek me out if you have any ideas, and/or a willingness to serve.

Faith Formation Leaders: Lois Payton at loispayton@earthlink.net or 281-804-7212  or Pastor David

Mens’ Breakfast meets at 7:30AM, the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month. Fellowship and faith stories are shared along with breakfast in the Fellowship Hall. Contact
Danny Craft for more information, or just show up, to be part of this active and entertaining group of men.
Pastor’s Bible Study
Study the sermon text with the pastor at 11:30 in the conference room. Bring your lunch. Your insight might show up in Sunday’s sermon!
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The Common Table
A social ministry for seniors (55+) in conjunction with Trinity Episcopal next door. Join us the 3rd Tuesday of the month for happy/social hours.
Questions or to RSVP, contact Helen at 281-419-5178 or hgeiger100@gmail.com

Wednesdays (Sept. – May)

Library (Rm 21) at 9:45AM. Please come and don’t forget to invite your friends. All ladies are invited to attend. There is child care available each week.
 Bible Study will meet on Wednesday mornings, from around 9:30 – 11:30. Facilitated by Crystal Tucker, this group will meet in the Conference Room. 
Calling ALL DADS – DRAFT (Dads Refreshing And Fellowshiping Together). We meet from 8:00-10:00 at Gooses’ Acre on the Waterway on the 2nd Thursday of each month. Join us for beer and fellowship!
Interested in Adult Sunday School?  9:45 – 10:45, upstairs. Childcare is available in our nursery.
BIBLE, CHRISTIANITY & YOU: Life-changing encounter with God’s Word from the book of MARK. 
 Leaders are Al Reese, Lois Payton & Don Kluth. In the Library (Rm 21)
SECOND CLASS:  “The Bible tells me so: Why defending scripture has made us unable to read it” Upstairs, Rm 23. Led by Mark Ruch and others. 
FAITH-FULL PARENTS: Upstairs, Rm. 22
The Truth About Legacies: Sharing our Life with our Kids

Session 1, November 26: A Legacy of Faith: Building a Lasting Foundation. How do we help our kids see faith as important? How do we give space for them to make their own decisions but still encourage connection with a community of faith?

Session 2, December 3: A Legacy of Worth: Relationships, Sex, and Scripture. How do we teach our kids to determine something’s worth? How do we show them their personal value? How do we help them find relationships that increase their own worth?

Session 3, December 10: A Legacy of Love: Changing the World by Changing Ourselves. How do we show our children love? How do we help them show love to others? Who are we telling them is worthy of love? Who is God telling us is worthy of love?

Session 4, December 17: A Legacy of Hope: Surviving the Storm. How will our kids deal with challenges and tragedies? How do we prepare them to face hardship? How do we encourage and protect them without sheltering them form reality?

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