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Ministries List

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A monthly initiative in which members sign up for one or more 30 minute

time slots to pray starting at 7PM the fourth Friday of the month and ending

at 7pm on Saturday. Prayer requests are collected the third Sunday of the

month and distributed to everyone who has signed up to pray.  This initiative

recognizes the power of collective prayer to a heavenly Father who loves us

and hears our prayers of praise and petition. It has turned out to be a

powerful process for building and sustaining a heart of caring in the

congregation, as we experience together the fullness of life in Christ.


FriendSpeak is a ministry that reaches out to our non-English speaking

neighbors.  Can you speak English?  Then you are fully qualified for this

ministry.  It is a program that offers Free English Practice Sessions while

using the Bible as our text.  It is an awesome experience to build a

relationship with others while they are learning to speak English and

then watch the light come on as they come to understand the love God

has for them.  Come join us in this ministry and start making an impact


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Men’s Breakfast – The male members of the congregation meet the

second Saturday morning each month at 8AM for breakfast, Bible study

discussion and prayer.  The responsibility to prepare the breakfast is

rotated through 2 men teams.  The responsibility for leading the Bible

study discussion also rotates among the men who participate in the

monthly breakfast. At times we meet in one of the member’s homes

and at other times we meet in the fellowship hall.  These monthly

get-togethers are times of service, camaraderie, fellowship and spiritual

development. They facilitate opportunities to experience together the

fullness of life in Christ.

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Encourages the spiritual development of inmates in the Waller County Jail and with

certain inmates in various State prisons. Contact with inmates is primarily through

mail and to a limited extent through personal visits.  Bibles are provided for inmates

that request them. The ministry also involves some limited follow-up with folks after

they are released from incarceration, to help them adjust to their new environment.

It also involves interaction with friends and family members of inmates, particularly

at hearings.  The goal is to help incarcerated folks see their time of being incarcerated

as a time for rehabilitation and for continually focusing their lives on living to honor

God and blessing the lives of others, in preparation for the time they are released from

incarceration – paving the way for them to experience the fullness of life in Christ.

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The teen Ministry is so much more than just a group of teens that get pulled along to

Church by their parents on Sunday morning. Our teen group is all about serving the

Church, the Community, and most importantly God. While the young men serve on

the table, lead opening and closing prayers, and songs the young ladies run the AV

booth and provide care for the younger children during service.  Our teen group has

even started to plan and host events for the congregation. We have started a life group

specifically for the teens where we discuss how they can apply scripture to their daily

lives. Our goal is to prepare them for what the world may throw their way and how

they can use scripture to handle those obstacles.  We want them to build a relationship

with God that is their own and not their parents or grandparents.

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The digital ministry of the church is not just a necessity of modern times. We see

the digital world as a huge tool for the spread of the gospel. Through the internet

we can experience the fullness of life in Christ together with people we may never

meet, just like Paul using his letters to reach us two thousand years removed from

him. We maintain the church website, not only as a front door to the church for

visitors, but as a tool for us to practice spiritual disciplines together. The Prayer Hub

on our website lets us join in prayer from wherever we are. We maintain an active

presence on Facebook, with plans to branch onto more platforms soon. We stream

our worship online and keep all the technology in the building running smoothly.    

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