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We strive to provide our members and guests a warm, friendly place to belong including worship and discipleship opportunities that draw you closer to God, practical ways to discover and use your God-given ministry gifts, and a strong partnership with other believers who seek to serve each other, our community and the surrounding world.

We offer ways for you to plug into a community that is growing toward our full potential in Christ. We hope He leads you to partner with us as we continue building God’s Kingdom here on Earth.


On Sunday, you can choose from two distinctly different worship services. Both services offer the same message and last about 75 minutes.

  • At 9:30 am, our traditional service features a full choir, orchestra, and handbells.
  • At 11:00 am, our contemporary service includes a praise band leading a more modern style of worship.

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Bible Study for All Ages

  • Adults—We'd love for you to check out our Weekend Bible Studies at 8:15, 9:30, or 11:00 am. Most groups are organized by life stage or special focus.
  • Preschool—Little ones between six weeks old and kindergarten-aged learn more about God’s love in our Preschool Ministries.
  • Children—Children in grades 1-5 stay engaged in learning about God's Word in our Kid’s Zone groups and activities.
  • Youth—Pre-teens and teenagers gather to study & discuss truths that are relevant to their lives (9:30 and 11:00) in Student Ministries.  


16106 Middlebrook Drive, Houston, Texas 77059


We are located:

  • on the eastern side of the Clear Lake area
  • between Bay Area Blvd and Clear Lake City Blvd
  • near University of Houston-Clear Lake


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9:30am Traditional Worship

11:00am Contemporary Worship

8:15, 9:30 & 11:00am Bible Study for all ages

Current Sermon Series

Current Sermon Series

Managing Faith, Life & Family In Our Busy Society



Apr 23 – Balancing Hard Work and Quality Time  The quality of diligence is mentioned often in the book of Proverbs, and stands in stark contrast to laziness. Clearly proverbial wisdom reminds us that laziness leads to ruin and hard work is a mark of the well disciplined. But as with all things in life, balance must be maintained in our work lest work become our god. The notion of Sabbath constantly reminds us of the need for rest and worship, and the multiple references in Proverbs to parental wisdom speaks to the value of spending quality time with family and friends. Families that are healthy are typically families that have discovered a balance between hard work and quality time together. Prov. 6:6-8, 20:4, 28:19, 1:8-9; Exod 34:21


Previous Sermon Series: The Victory of the Lamb

Apr 16 – The Lamb Who Is a Priest  So much imagery from the book of Exodus is used by the author of Revelation. He likens the Lamb both to Moses who led the people out of Egypt, as well as the Passover Lamb that protected the Israelites from the tenth and final plague. Even the apocalyptic plagues that will come on the nations seem to be crafted from the plagues on Egypt in the Exodus account. This imagery reminds the reader that the work of salvation accomplished by Jesus is part victory over foes, part deliverance from slavery, and part embarking on a journey to a new and promised home. As followers of the Lamb, we are all pilgrims, living in the light of his salvation, yet still awaiting the ultimate fulfillment of its glorious promises. Rev. 5:6-10, 15:2-4, 20:4-6, 22:3-5

Apr 9 – The Lamb Who Is a Prophet  One of the Lamb’s key responsibilities while on the earth was the witness, or testimony, of God. He is praised in Revelation for his faithfulness to this task, and his followers are those who carry forward that same testimony. In the Old Testament, this role belonged to the prophets. They were, in essence, God’s messengers who called the people from sinfulness to repentance and warned them of God’s coming judgment. In this sense, we are called to consider the message of the Lamb and what it says about God’s work in the world and in eternity. And we are also called to consider how the Lamb’s followers share in his work of witnessing. Rev 1:5; 3:14; 12:17; 19:10 


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