We're so glad you're here!

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


Balancing Mercy and Compassion with Righteousness

Speaker: Dr. Steven Laufer

Passage: Proverbs 3:3-4

Series: Balancing Act

The church world today seems to find a tension between righteousness (i.e. the expectation we have to imitate Christ) and mercy or compassion (i.e. how much we tolerate our failure to do so). The book of Proverbs treats both qualities, mercy/compassion and righteousness, as virtues we should seek. The challenge, of course, lies in the balance! How do we live and love righteousness without becoming self-righteous? And how do we extend mercy and compassion without becoming overly tolerant? For relationships throughout our lives, in family, friends, colleagues, neighbors, and strangers, we must learn to navigate these waters with care, the same care that God extends to us as he exemplifies perfect righteousness but extends to us incredible mercy. Prov 3:3-4; 11:17; 14:21-22, 31; 16:6; 19:22; 21:21; 2:21; 11:4, 28; 16:17; 20:7

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