Welcome! Below you will find gathering details about our church. Thank you for your interest in visiting us! We’d love to meet you either on a Sunday or through a parish gathering visit. If you have further questions that this page does not address, please feel free to e-mail our lead pastor, Carlos Rebollar, to email@example.com. We hope to see you soon!
We believe the Church is more than an event to attend, its a people to belong to. This is why the life of our church happens through belonging to a neighborhood parish and it is also the reason why our church is made up of a collective of parishes. Each parish has an official night weekly where they gather and share a meal, have discussions about scripture and its application on our lives, and pray for one another. However, a parish is also much more than a weekly dinner, its a smaller expression of the church living as a faith family in the everyday things of life. Our hope is that, as new people are integrated into our parishes, they are integrated into the life of a people, not just connected to a mid-week event.
If you are interested in visiting one of our Wednesday night parish gatherings, or if you'd like to talk more about what it might look like to join us, please send an e-mail to our lead church planter, Carlos Rebollar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CANAL ST. PARISH Wednesdays @ 6:30PM (2ND WARD)
LEELAND ST. PARISH Wednesdays @ 7PM (EASTWOOD)
SUNDAY GATHERING TIME AND LOCATION
4865 Gulf Fwy. Houston, TX 77023 3:30PM
As a local church, we believe the Church is more than a building or a weekly event to attend. However, this does not mean we do not value our weekly gatherings. We believe the Sunday gathering is a vital part of a disciple’s growth and ongoing encouragement in the gospel. The corporate gathering of the saints is where we gather to worship God through Christ-centered singing, partaking of the Sacraments, and receiving the preached Word of God.
We would love to have you visit us and experience what we’re all about. Our gatherings typically end around 5:30PM. Like the early Christian church, one of our rhythms that we value is “the breaking of bread together”, so we usually go out to eat somewhere in the neighborhood after the gathering. This is also an opportunity for us to get to know you as a visitor, so if you’re up for it, plan to go out to dinner with us afterward. We’d love to hear your story over a good, local, East End meal!