Make Your Work Matter

According to recent Gallup research, sixty-seven percent of the American workforce is disengaged from their work. This is tragic, not only because of the economic implications this represents for employers and our economy, but also for the individual. We spend so much of our lives at work that when we’re disengaged in our work we’re wasting our lives.

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4th Sunday Meals

On the 4th Sunday of each month, our City Groups gather together to share a meal in host homes around the city. Two City Groups are paired at each location in an effort to help our community meet as many people at City Church as possible.

This is a great way to connect with more people at City Church. If you've never attended a City Group before, it's no problem! This is the perfect event to attend to start meeting others.

At each gathering, dinner is provided, so all you need to do is show up! These meals are for adults only as we are not able to provide childcare at this time.

We encourage you to use this as an opportunity to check out our City Groups, and bring a friend with you! Please let us know if you are coming by clicking here to RSVP.

OCTOBER MEALS | 6-7:30 PM

RICE MED AND MONTROSE CITY GROUPS
623 E 12th St, Houston, TX 77008

MUSEUM DISTRICT AND SOUTH HOUSTON CITY GROUPS
914 Briarbrook Drive Houston, Texas 77042

WEST UNIVERSITY AND HEIGHTS CITY GROUPS
5621 Lynbrook Drive, Houston, TX 77056

MEMORIAL | SPRING BRANCH AND HEIGHTS COUPLES
3739 Bellefontaine St., Houston, TX 77025

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Our Oldest Youngest Member

Eleanor Stampfli is 96 years old. She joined City Church during our first year. Soon after that she had to move to an assisted living facility in League City to be closer to her daughter. She visits City Church whenever she’s able, which is not very often, so recently I visited her. I have since made a vow to visit her more often.

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Because You're There

In 2005 The Pew Research Center started tracking the use of social media by American adults. At that time, Myspace was in its prime, Facebook had one year under its belt, and messaging platforms like AIM were increasingly popular.

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The Longing to Be Known

I’m excited to introduce this year’s overarching sermon theme: Knowing and Being Known. Two interlocking ideas animate this theme: the human longing to be known and the gift we’re given to know the supreme being of the universe and be known by him.

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City Groups Reboot

City Groups are small to medium sized groups of City Church friends and Houston friends which gather regularly to share the gospel with each other, pray and care for each other and serve the city together. Put more simply, City Groups are a place to explore faith and connect with each other.

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Back-to-school with City Kids

As the fall season is drawing near, I want you all to know the City Church staff is praying for you and your kids as they get ready to go back to school. I hope you will keep these City Kids events in mind as you prepare your family for this next school year.

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The Supernatural-Born Performer

Ever since I can remember I have loved to sing for anyone who would listen! I remember watching an old “home video” when I was singing my heart out into the hose of an active vacuum cleaner. As a natural-born performer, I quickly learned that a good performance merits affirmation, accolades and attention, but a poor performance can lead to criticism, condemnation and feelings of failure.

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Mid-Year Financial Update

We are halfway through our fiscal year at City Church, and I'd like to update you on the church’s finances. As of June 30, City Church has collected $528,653. We hoped to collect $625,000 by that point, so that leaves us with a deficit of $96,347. That means we are about 15% behind where we would like to be.

 

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