My husband and I got married in April 2015 and moved to Houston a few weeks after our honeymoon. Our first year and half in Houston was both blissful and hard. I was happy to start a new adventure with my best friend, but I was also struggling to see how my dreams and desires fit into my new world. All of my comforts back home in Virginia had been swiped out from under me: family, friends, church, home, career, etc. I tried to stay positive and be thankful, but when I was honest with myself and God, I felt like he was silent. I felt purposeless.Read More
This past Sunday, our Children’s Ministry came together to work on a service project for one of City Church’s mission partners, International Justice Mission. IJM is a global organization that partners with local authorities to rescue victims of modern day slavery, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors and strengthen justice systems.Read More
This past weekend, some women from City Church gathered at a retreat center forty miles west of town. It had large front and back porches complete with rocking chairs. Nine rooms with six beds each. Farmhouse-style tables and an open kitchen. We spent a lot of time in an expansive meeting room made to make any odd-mix of people sound like a well-trained choir. And this past weekend, that's what we became—a choir.Read More
Join us in celebration for those who recently were baptized or received First Communion.Read More
Many years ago we were pastored by a dear friend who then moved to New York to study under Tim Keller. Almost a year after we moved to Texas, we reached out to him for advice. He knew Leo Schuster and recommended City Church. But City Church did not have what we needed for our special needs child. We prayed, God gave us patience and He told us to stay.Read More
City Groups officially re-launch the week of January 6th. You can read details about each of our City Groups here. I also encourage you to check our church calendar regularly as these details occasionally change (search by city group name).
Most importantly though, if you aren’t plugged in, please consider getting plugged into a City Group at City Church. Consider these words from Curt Thompson in his book, Anatomy of the Soul:Read More
As we embark upon a new year, I can’t help but look back with gratitude for the many people who served on Sunday mornings to make City Church a warm and welcoming place. It takes a village to transform the House of Blues to City Church each week. Thank you for giving your time and being intentional with people. It is a privilege to serve alongside all of you.Read More