Find a genuine connection to God among a vibrant community of faithful people
Introducing children 5th grade and younger to Christ and helping them develop a lasting relationship with God
Equipping students in grades 6 – 12 for a life of faith that continues long after they leave school and our program
Offering learning, fellowship, and service opportunities for people of all ages and stages of adulthood
Preparing for the Passion and Resurrection of Christ
Mar 31, 2023 • 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Join us on Fridays in Lent to contemplate the wooden icons in the Chapel that represent fourteen moments in Christ's journey to crucifixion
Mar 26, 2023 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Invite someone to join us for our first Friends and Neighbors service - a casual one-hour service with songs, testimony, and an inspiring message from Bishop Josiah Fearon followed by dinner from Adair's Kitchen. Childcare available.
Mar 29, 2023 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Gather with your church family to share a soup supper and learn about how we will be the Church in the city. This week we welcome parishioner leaders of A Lighted Path.
Find a deep sense of belonging at St. John the Divine! Grow your faith in a Bible study, gather for a game of Pickleball, or serve others along with others — whether you're looking to have fun, deepen your knowledge of the Bible, or develop lasting relationships with friends of all ages, you'll find an opportunity to connect with a loving community of faithful people at St. John the Divine
Sundays — 10:15 am in the HLC
Wednesdays in Lent — 6 pm in the Hall Life Center
Sundays — 10:15 am in Room 210 begins March 19
Sundays — 10:15 am in Room 201
Serving is a great way to get connected with others and make a difference. When you volunteer, you can make church feel like home, and share your faith in Houston and beyond.
Serve in the Church
Serve in Houston
Serve with your Family
The New Testament isn’t about how Jesus died so that we can get into heaven, but that God is in the process of creating the new heavens and the new earth in the here and now. Jesus was always wooing people into the tapestry of the kingdom of God. Our good works, as insignificant as they may seem, will also be used by God in this tapestry of the new creation when people are born again. Through the gospel and the Spirit, God puts humans right so they can be part of putting the world right in the present, rescuing it from sin and death and darkness. As Jesus is the Light of the World, we are to be lights, his lights, in the world.
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