DOMINION CITY CHURCH MEETS SUNDAYS AT 10:30 AM
Dominion City Houston is led by Pastor Ahmed and has its roots in Dominion City Church International, which has over one hundred branches across Africa, Europe, Canada, and the United States of America.
BIBLE STUDY FELLOWSHIP (BSF) MEETS MONDAYS AT 6:00 PM
BSF Men’s group offers straight talk and biblical truth built on the foundation of Jesus Christ. Exploring God’s Word together allows men to learn from one another, be challenged and encourage each other to live for something larger than themselves.
During the week, members spend time in personal study of the Scriptures with questions that prompt deeper thought. Once a week they meet in-person or online for small-group discussion around what they’ve read. They also have access to a teaching that applies the truths of Scripture to daily life along with comprehensive lesson notes on the passage they studied.
YOUNG LIVES MEET THURSDAYS AT 5:30 PM
YoungLives gather with parenting teenagers and mentors with the support of childcare workers. Members meet for fun, laughter, encouragement and an inspirational message. Other YoungLives activities may include Bible study, group outings and life skill instruction.
For questions about Community Ministries, please contact the Parish Administrator at 713.666.3111 or via email@example.com.
Since 1985, the vision of the Rafiki Foundation has been to cultivate a multitude of godly contributors in Africa through Bible study and classical Christian education.
To accomplish this, Rafiki established 10 Rafiki Training Villages within the African countries of Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. Rafiki’s vision is carried out in each Village through five programs: Bible Study, Education, Teacher Training, Orphan Care, and Widows.
Missionaries, Michelle and David Graves have been serving at the Rafiki Village Uganda since July 2021. Michelle is the Dean of the Rafiki Institute of Classical Education (RICE) teachers college and is working on completing the accreditation process for the college. David serves as the Village Administrator
Christian Community Service Center (CCSC) is a community-based nonprofit organization serving central Houston. CCSC was incorporated in 1980 and since that time CCSC has grown to encompass a coalition of 39 churches united in service. Thanks to over 1,000 volunteers, CCSC currently offers services through the following outreach programs: Emergency Services-Central, Emergency Services-Southwest, JobNet, Martha’s Way, the Professional Home Caregiver Training Program, Jingle Bell Express, Back To School and The Louise J. Moran Vision Care Program.
Saint Thomas’ Episcopal Church and School provides ongoing support for CCSC throughout the year with such things as volunteer hours and food donations.