The 4th Sunday after Pentecost ~ July 3, 2022
7:45AM | 9:00AM | 11:00AM

Children's Chapel during the 9am & 11am service.
Birthday & Anniversary Blessings at all services.

July 3 - Blood Drive happening this Sunday
St. Dunstan's will have a donor coach on our campus from 8:30am-1:00pm. Spots still available to sign up TO SAVE LIVES!

Free pullover jacket for all those who donate!

Many of my friends around the country have written impassioned articles and blogs on Roe V. Wade. Some of those articles are victorious and triumphant. Either these pastors themselves, or the churches they represent, have fought hard for the rights of the unborn for fifty years. To them this is victory, and they feel God is on their side. Some other articles are sorrowful, sad, almost despairing. Either these pastors themselves, or the churches they represent, have been advocates for women’s healthcare rights for many years. To them this an erasure of what they have fought so hard to protect, but they feel God is on their side. The more I read these blogs, the more I to continue.

TLDR: I hope that with the 4th of July almost here, look back at the nation’s heroes and live into our call to follow Christ.
During this week’s sermon, I spoke about being all in for Jesus. I wanted to continue that concept with a discussion on more American heroes who did just that, because July fourth is right around the corner (and I think I finally get to fulfill my dream of seeing the National Cathedral). As a small child, I imagined our country being founded by persecuted, very religious puritans who only thought about Jesus. Since my father studied history in college, this notion was quickly dispelled and he told me to continue.

Meets every Saturday via Zoom from 8AM to 9AM
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew invites all men to join in prayer, study, and service.

For more information contact Gary Drum at - even if you are not able to attend the meetings but would like to be added to a distribution list that provides information about upcoming meetings, men's activities, and new or ongoing events send an email to Gary and he can add you to the list. 
Church Office will be closed Monday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day.
Family Movie Night - July 13
Presented by the Youth & Family Ministries FRE: Admission, Popcorn, hot dogs, and water.

Bring a camp chair, blanket & pillow. Invite a friend.

Price Fellowship Hall Doors open at 6:00pm. Movie starts at 6:30pm.

Door Prize Raffles for movie memorabilia.

July 13 - The Princess Bride
Cursillo Weekend In August
Have you been waiting for Cursillo to be back after a long Covid break.

Our next weekend is August 11-14 and will be held at the Lakeside Meeting Center at Camp Allen. The Conference Center and beautiful cabins are right on the lake. Come experience a gathering of fellow Christians learning to create a rule of life, a pattern to set your life to follow Jesus's teachings.  

For more information contact Linda Leach, ; 713-291-3362. 
Here for you...
Stephen Ministry ~
Bringing hope & healing to hurting people.

Do you have questions about this ministry?
Watch the video and/or contact Pastoral Care with any questions.
Prayers during This Time
It is always a privilege for us to pray for you. Contact us online 24/7 or call us during business hours M-F 8:30am-4:30pm