Please bring a snack to share as well as any of your own "pampering" items you would like to use and/or share with others (i.e. nail polishes, face masks, etc) and your own towel.
The following items will be provided: peppermint foot soak & soaking bins, lavender sugar scrub for hands, beverages.
Personal massages by a licensed massage therapist will be available for $10 for 15 minutes. Please contact Faith Hines at 713-907-99003 by August 1st to reserve your spot.
We are planning on having as many people as we can help us with some of the many things that need to get done around our church. PLEASE SIGN UP IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND
- Change locks on all doors
- Paint hallway
- Paint storage shed
- Clean out attic
- Make labels for giving boxes
- Carve out path from parking field to church back patio and move gravel to path
- Clean up cables on stage by running more cables under the stage
- Clean up and organize back rooms of stage
- Add new LED spotlights on sign at street and bury cables
- Fix water tap at storage shed
- Spot clean carpet
- replace toilets
- Clear tree in front with chainsaw :)
- Paint kids classrooms
FOOD: Taquitos, donuts and coffee for breakfast
It will be potluck style, so we are asking each family to please bring a main course item and a side item of your choice (enough to feed the size of your family plus extra to cover any visitors that might be attending).
And if your family plans to eat dessert, please also bring a dessert to share.
We will have water available to drink and the church will provide the plates, cups, napkins and utensils.
For questions please email: Sarah Platt
The women of GCC will be joining Tomball Bible and participating in their spring women's gathering and hearing from Free The Captives representative Shelia White.
Free the Captives works against human trafficking here in Houston.
The average age of the girls they minister to is 12 to 14. The event starts at 6:45 and there is childcare included, IF you register your children at tomballbible.church.
Please see Jenny or Christian for more information.
9:30 am – Browsing the Tomball Farmer’s Market (meet by the PEAS farm vendor booth)
11:00 am – Lunch at The Whistle Stop Tea Room
After lunch – Shopping at Antique & Boutique stores in Old Town Tomball
3:00 pm – Reconvene at Tejas Chocolate and BBQ
If you are unable to attend the whole day please feel free to meet up with us at whatever point you are able to throughout the day.
Please RSVP to Sarah Platt by April 1st if you plan to attend the lunch at Whistle Stop so that we can make reservations.
Join us for a dinner and live auction to help the Brantner Family bring their boy home from China!
Bringing Home Brantner Boy will help the Brantner family raise the final amount of funds needed to bring their boy home! If you aren't able to attend in person, please consider donating towards the event.
Ministering to the homeless through Montrose Street Reach. We will be providing childcare and winter clothing to the people. Please donate gently used winter items at the church building up until Jan. 1st. We encourage you to bring the items to the Christmas Eve service. Contact Jenny Rowe for more info.
Join us Dec. 17th at 6 pm at the Coles Crossing Community Center.
Saturday, December 3rd, 2016 at 10:00 am
At Cynthia Comeaux’s home, 19806 Broadhead Manor Drive, Spring, TX 77379
Beverages will be provided.
Please bring 3 dozen Christmas cookies / candies of a family favorite (1 dozen on a platter to share that day and 2 dozen for the exchange), as well as 30 copies of your recipe and a container to take 2 dozen cookies home in. Please also bring a gift ($10 or less) to participate in a White Elephant game.
Join us at the Comeaux's house for a Thanksgiving Party.
Join us as we dig into the Word together! Jen Wilkin's 1 Peter study.
"Our inheritance through Christ is imperishable, undefiled, and unfading. In 1 Peter, a man of faith and flaws and eyewitness to the life of Christ challenges us to look beyond our current circumstances to a future inheritance. He shares his concerns on big picture issues for the early church, describes believers' true identity in Christ, and ultimately helps readers discover what it means to experience the Living Hope they have in Christ. Key themes of humility, submission, and identity in Christ guide the study of 1 Peter as participants are challenged to read the book in its entirety each week."