And in pursuit of a joyful relationship with Jesus Christ.
Sermon Series through April 25th is “BELOVED: Five Lies of Identity.” When we live and walk out of a sense of being beloved daughters and sons of God, we can truly discover what it means to be successful, happy and free beyond the world’s narrative of success, happiness and freedom. Join us on Sundays at 10:30 to explore this message!
Easter, also called Pascha (Greek, Latin) or Resurrection Sunday, is a festival and holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described in the New Testament as having occurred on the third day of his burial after his crucifixion by the Romans at Calvary c. 30 AD. Come celebrate The Risen King this Sunday, and feel free to invite friends, family and neighbors to experience our open, welcoming and compassionate church family!
What better way to spend a Saturday than thrifting for treasure? Here’s to praying for a beautiful spring day as we search for “junk we may need”!
Dr. Dunn’s new sermon series, “Courage: Living Confidently In A Conflicted World,” begins on May 5th!
A REAL Conversation | How does compassion move us from comfort to connection?
Author and Pastor, Gregg Louis Taylor, leads a REAL Conversation on how cultivating compassion in our lives creates safe, welcoming relationships that close the gaps between us and others around us. In a polarized culture that constantly calls us to draws lines and take sides, compassion’s strong push moves us outside comfort zones to come alongside whoever is on the other side. It calls us to larger minds and expansive hearts. It stirs us to think God thoughts, to dream God dreams, to love like God loves — to set a place at the table for those who never imagined there being an open seat.
VBS Registration is open! Make sure to reserve your child spot for a wonderful week this summer!
Join us every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. to worship and support one another. We are centrally located across the street from Rice University (at the intersection of Rice & Sunset Boulevard) - south of the Museum District.