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Oct 19
Families of K-5th Grade - Come worship with us "Kids Dock style" at 9:45 AM on November 2 in the Family Life Center.  Learn what your child will be discovering on Sunday mornings all month long.
 

May 3

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


 
October 23, 2014
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ,     

Did you know that Jesus spoke more about money and personal finance than he did about faith, church, scripture, or family values? In fact, he spoke more about possessions than heaven and hell combined! Why? I think it is because Jesus knew that there is a strong connection between our spiritual wholeness and our attitudes about wealth.  In other words, how we understand our money greatly influences our relationship to God and each other!

That’s one of the reasons for having stewardship campaigns in the church. They give us a chance as a community to practice a healthy relationship with the wealth that we enjoy. And they allow us to put our pocket books in the right perspective with everything else that is important in our life. That is why we decided to do something different with our stewardship campaign this year. Rather than simply focusing on trying to raise money for the budget, our goal is to also create deeper relationships with each other!

By now, hopefully you've received a letter in the mail describing the campaign. This Sunday, you will hear how our campaign is going to work and some of the ways that you can participate. I know that you will want to be a part of this exciting time for our church.

Our Scripture lesson this week will be a look at what Jesus considered to be the “greatest commandment” that we are called to follow in our life.  I suspect it will be the good news that you need to hear to start the week off right. 

So, mark your calendars for this Sunday! We have a space just for you.

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.