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August 20
Birth of Teddy Aigner
It’s my privilege to introduce you to our newest addition to the staff, Theodore (Teddy) Aigner.  Teddy was born yesterday to the proud parents, Jonathan (music director) and Kelsey Aigner. He weighs 8 pounds 5oz and 21 inches.  I know that you will want to celebrate with me as we welcome Teddy into our church family! We look forward to hearing him sing a solo part in the choir!

May 3

Congratulations to Happy Harbour for winning the "Golden Daisy Award" for the Best Preschool in Clear Lake/League City


 
September 18, 2014
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ,     

Do you remember ever saying or thinking that about a particular experience? I bet we can all conjure up a childhood memory of shouting those words when we thought some friend or sibling was getting something more or better than us.  

As we get older, the phrase “it’s not fair” is used a lot to describe the world around us too. I have heard people talk about fairness when describing a coworker getting a raise. I have heard people say that phrase to talk about politics and world events. Fairness is one of the core principles to why we have laws and rules in our world. When those rules are not honored, life doesn’t seem fair.           

But what would you think if you found out that God is not fair? At least, that’s what Jesus seems to be saying in our scripture lesson for this coming Sunday. I don’t want to spoil it for you, but I think you will be blessed by this Sunday’s lesson and time of worship. We are going to be exploring the fairness of God and how that might relate to our daily faith walk. If you want to read ahead and get ready, the scripture lesson is Matthew 20: 1-16. It’s a tough one but a great story to think about!               

Also, please notice the announcements shown "In the Spotlight".  We want to make sure that you know what’s going on around here. There are a lot of ways to get plugged into our church and these are just a few of the things happening!

See you in church,

Pastor Jeff

All Services are in the Sanctuary
Sundays - 9:45 and 11:00 a.m.
  • All Sunday worship services at BUHMC are constructed based on the assigned scriptures from the Revised Common Lectionary.
  • Our Sunday worship services are marked by symbolic liturgy, preaching, and congregational singing. The Chancel Choir sings at the 9:45 service. Holy Communion is served on the first Sunday of each month.
  • During each service, we have a special children's sermon. Children are invited to come forward and hear the message of the day presented directly to them by the pastor.
  • Childcare is available during both services.  Infant care is in room 132 and toddlers in room 134.

"It is good to give thanks to the Lord, to sing praises to your name, O Most High" - Psalm 92:1

We believe that gathering for worship is central to the life of a faith community. It is in worship that we participate in the amazing story of God’s grace moving throughout history and into our lives. In our gatherings, we celebrate Christ as a community. We also believe that is important to reflect the dynamic nature of God by offering various forms and styles of worship. Aside from our regular Sunday worship services, we offer other creative worship opportunities throughout the week specifically for children and youth.