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We are a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast Synod. We are committed to the mission of proclaiming to the world the message of God’s reconciling work revealed in Jesus Christ and proceeding in the Spirit of God.
Our faith calls us to be an inclusive community welcoming people of all cultures, races, sexual orientations, and gender identities.
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Church News & Events

The Great Gatsby Dinner February 11


RSVP by Wednesday 8:00 a.m. February 8.
Together with family and friends, you are invited to a fabulous evening of music, fun, and a four-course meal presented by Nathan Winston on February 11. Come at 7 p.m. for a night of luxury reminiscent to the 1920s. Dress is festive – you may give it a 20’s flair!  This special, fun and fine night is hosted by the Luther League youth group as an outreach to the congregation and to raise funds in support of their summer programs such as Faith Camp and the trip to Wittenberg, Germany. Tickets for the evening are $50 for one or $90 for two. Free childcare is available. Email Ben Remmert to RSVP

Journey of the Universe

Monday, February 27, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
most Mondays & Fridays thru April 17, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. – Educational Series

The Ctk Creation Care Team invites you to go on the Journey of the Universe. This Emmy-award winning documentary narrates the 14 billion year story of the universe’s development in a way that is accessible to everyone, engendering a sense of mystery and awe in viewers. This approach expands the human perspective beyond an anthropocentric worldview to one that values life’s complexity and sees the role of humans as critical to the further flourishing of the Earth community. The documentary is accompanied by a 20 part educational series of filmed conversations with a number of specialists around the planet who are participating in transformative work for the environment, energy, agriculture, economics, education, and the arts. All sessions will be held simultaneously at the University of St. Thomas, Robertson Hall as well as online, via web meeting. Please register whether attending in person or online at www.eventbrite.com (search under “Journey of the Universe” in Houston, TX). Continue reading

Sunday Evening Conversations on Creation

The Ctk Creation Care Team invites you to attend Sunday Evening Conversations on Creation, an educational web meeting series whose theme in 2017 is Connections between People and Nature.

February 26, 6:00 p.m.
Connections between People and Nature – Invasive Species

We often think of people and nature and separate entities. Yet we humans depend on the natural world in many ways and, in turn, impact nature through our activities. At the February 2017 web meeting, we welcome Professor Scott Solomon from Rice University, Biosciences, who will speak on Invasive Species. In his talk, he will examine one specific way in which humans affect the natural world: by transporting species around the world, we are creating powerful adversaries that impact not only native species but ourselves as well. Professor Solomon is a biologist and science writer who teaches ecology, evolutionary biology, and scientific communication. He recently published his first book, Future Humans: Inside the Science of Our Continuing Evolution. Professor Solomon will address Connections between People and Nature from the perspective of biosciences on Sunday, February 26 at 6:00 p.m. After his talk, there will be time for Q&A. If you would like to join this online conversation, please register at www.eventbrite.com (search under “Connections between People” in Houston, TX) and you will receive an invitation to the web meeting. Continue reading

Sermon for A Epiphany 7 February 19, 2017

Duane LarsonWalter Brueggemann is a contemporary theologian who does not hedge his words. He is one of the most prolific and prophetic preachers alive.  A popular quote of his aligns closely with the point of our scripture lessons today. He says, “The crisis in the church has almost nothing to do with being liberal or conservative; it has everything to do with giving up on the faith and practice of our Christian baptism and settling for a common, generic U.S. identity that is part patriotism, part consumerism, part violence, and part affluence.” Continue reading