Scriptural Reasoning: Sept. 25 at 6:30 p.m.

Are you interested in coming to know some of our Muslim friends and their faith better? Would you like to grow in your own Christian faith at the same time while sharing in fellowship and conversation with members of Houston’s Blue Mosque?

On September 25, Pastor Larson and Fatih Ozcan will give an orientation to the Scriptural Reasoning program. Interested participants will register for the monthly program.

Scriptural reasoning was developed at Cambridge University, UK, and has gone global as a wonderful and practical way of sharing our scriptures in small groups. In a group no larger than 14, half Christian and half-Muslim, we read similar texts from the Bible and the Qur’an side by side and share what they mean to us. Light food and good fellowship accent the experience of growing together as Abrahamic cousins in faith and friendship. You can register for the monthly small group programs—hosted in homes or elsewhere—after the orientation on September 25.

Rally Day Sunday School Kick Off August 25

Join us for breakfast tacos in the courtyard and the start of our new Sunday School year. Sunday School classes are offered for children age 2 through high school.
After breakfast, children, youth, and parents will meet in the parish hall for a short program. All students then have class pictures taken, while parents go to the classrooms to meet the teachers and register their kids. While parents are in class, the children have fun and play games in the courtyard. You may contact Pastor Liebster or Deacon Remmert with any questions regarding Sunday School or Confirmation class.

  • Worship services 8:30 and 10:50 in the nave
  • Blessing of all school children, youth and students
  • Third grade Bible presentations
  • Blessing of choirs
  • 9:45 parish hall, courtyard and Sunday school rooms
    Breakfast Tacos and Sunday School Kick-off

Dinner Dialogues: Discovering Community Through Dialogue August 18

Dialogue Discovery: Building Trust in Community
Interfaith Ministries Great Hall & Plaza of Respect
Cost: $25. Please Register.

Join Interfaith Ministries of Houston as they embark on a year of challenging each other to step outside of what we know and build community with those around us.
The Dialogue Project provides opportunities to learn about Houston’s diverse faith communities, engage with people from diverse backgrounds, share your own experiences and listen to the experiences of others. Through the Dialogue Project, Interfaith Ministries aims to inspire participants to further interfaith dialogue, collaboration and service in their own communities. Interreligious understanding is a necessity, more so now than ever before.
Dinner Dialogues
A Dinner Dialogue is an evening held in a private home, a house of worship, or at Interfaith Ministries, where a diverse group of 8-12 people from the Greater Houston area, all from a variety of religious traditions and backgrounds, come together to learn about one another and share a meal.
The purpose of Dinner Dialogues is to provide a meaningful experience for participants to learn about one another’s perspectives and beliefs in an environment full of respect and understanding. It is an opportunity to celebrate our similarities and our differences at a time and in a space that is one of life’s most important gatherings: dinner.
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Rally Day

Sunday School Kick Off
August 25
Join us for breakfast tacos in the courtyard and the start of our new Sunday School year. Sunday School classes are offered for children age 2 through high school.
After breakfast, children, youth, and parents will meet in the parish hall for a short program. All students then have class pictures taken, while parents go the classrooms to meet the teachers and register their kids. While parents are in class, the children have fun and play games in the courtyard. You may contact Pastor Liebster or Deacon Remmert with any questions regarding Sunday School or Confirmation class.