Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God-this is your spiritual act of worship.

(Romans 12:1-2)


WELCOME HOME! Thanks for considering us for your worship of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ. We want you and your family to be part of our praise to our Creator, Redeemer and Sustainer! Our regular service time is 10:30 on Sunday mornings, but we hope you’ll come early to meet our new pastor, Rodney Knous and his family, as well as members of our congregation before the service starts.

COVID-19 Plans. We are streaming our Sunday morning services on our Facebook page as Facebook Live. Then the pastor's message is placed on the website after the service. If you attend the in-person service, we have placed spaces between chairs so that families can sit with their family members without being forced to be near others. We also ask that you wear a mask until you are seated. Children's Church is available during the service in the Student Chapel.

Come as you are. We want you to be comfortable in worship, so come in jeans and a T-shirt or a business suit, whatever you are used to, so you can focus on your relationship with Him. Our sanctuary is laid out to comply with proper social distancing.

Our Worship Music is contemporary with energizing traditional hymns. Please feel free to join in praising God as you are moved. If you haven’t developed a relationship with Jesus Christ, meditate on the words of the songs…what are they saying to you? Jesus wants you to have a relationship with Him that guides your life.

Prayer. Our pastor leads us in a congregational prayer for the service and special needs. You can join in with him, or if you have a special need, feel free to send your own prayer and listen for an answer.

Pastor’s Sermon. Our pastor’s sermons are teachings from the Bible as God leads him. If you have your Bible with you, you can follow along as he leads. The words from the Bible are usually projected along with his major points on the Bible passage.

Invitation with music. The service usually concludes with a time of decision. Is God speaking to you about your relationship with Him? About a particular decision He wants you to make? Some in the congregation may go to speak with the pastor or other church leader about decisions they are making.  Feel free to make a decision He is leading you to make, either at your seat or after the congregation is dismissed.

Dismissal. We sincerely welcome you to our fellowship and want you to be comfortable in your worship experience with us. If you or your family have comments or questions as a result of the service, please do not hesitate to discuss them with the pastor or a church leader. Most members of the congregation will be happy to direct you. Thank you for worshiping with us. Please come back when you can and worship with us.



1408 Alsace Avenue, Castroville, TX 78009

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