Wednesday Night Fellowship
Gethsemane loves to eat. We gather every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in Canterbury Hall for a family style meal prepared by our church members and volunteers. This meal is for all… church families, community friends and the homeless. We’re all family! Then, at 6:30 p.m., we break out into age-specific small groups for adults, youth and children which includes bible study, tutoring and friend groups.
Wednesday Night Groups
Pastor’s Bible Study: If you are looking for an in-depth Bible study experience led by a pastor, then come to the Wednesday night Bible study class at 6:30 p.m. Pastor David teaches a discussion style class and welcomes your thoughts and questions. For more information, contact Pastor David Horton.
“Real Talk” meets Wednesday nights at 6:30 p.m. for Bible study and conversation. This group wrestles with how the Bible can help us navigate everyday life. For more information, contact Amy Kelley.
Oasis is a Spanish worship community that serves God and the Hispanic families of Houston. We have a deep commitment with the Word of God and our greatest search is for the Presence of God for a spiritual revival and the manifestation of God’s Kingdom among us. We meet 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. For more information, contact Pastor Roberto Blanco.
If you are looking for fellowship and Bible study on Sundays, then Sunday School is for you. Classes meet at 10 a.m. on Sunday mornings. From babies to seniors, our classes learn about God’s word and purpose for our lives. You can simply show up on Sunday mornings and a friendly face will welcome and guide you to the right class. Childcare is available for Sunday School and worship.
Adult Sunday School Classes:
Revolution (Young Adults in their 20’s)
Adult Sunday School Class (new, for Adults 30 & up)
Challengers (50’s & up)
Kaleidoscope (African Fellowship)
Friendship Beacon (Seniors)
Servidores de Fe (Ministerio Hispano)
The Sewing Circle is a small group of women that meets on Monday mornings at 10 a.m. for a time of sewing, prayer, and fellowship. Most of the women are first generation African and beginners at sewing. The Sewing Circle hopes soon to produce and sell clothing from their home countries .