When & Where
When & Where
The Gathering is an exciting and modern worship experience designed for people of all ages. Led by our senior pastor, Dr. David Fleming, this service features relevant Biblical teaching and dynamic congregational singing.
Read More...Sundays at 9:30am in the Worship Center
The 8:15am "Traditions" is ideal for those who prefer a more traditional worship environment that includes a Bible-based message by Pastor David Fleming and timeless, great hymns of the faith.
Read More...Sundays at 8:15am in the Chapel
A smaller, more intimate worship experience, The Chapel service is led by our senior pastor, Dr. David Fleming, and features a wide variety of musical styles and intimate moments of praise and worship.
Read More...Sundays at 11:00am in the Chapel
Sundays at 11:00am in the Worship Center — A service devoted to reaching those whose heart language is spanish, this service features contemporary music, genuine worship, and practical teaching of God's Word by Pastor Ramon Medina.
Domingos a las 11:00am en el Worship Center — Servicios con un ambiente familiar, música contemporánea, genuina adoración y una enseñanza practica de la Palabra de Dios.
Elevate is a fun, exciting worship experience for children in 1st to 5th grade. Featuring singing, dancing, games, and Bible teaching, your child will experience God's truth in a fresh new way each week.
Read More...Sundays at 9:30am in KB-265
Element is a high energy worship and creative Bible teaching experience for students from 6th grade to university level. Led by Next Gen Pastor, Jeff Skipper, this is a unique time of worship designed to speak directly to the issues and life circumstances students face today.
Read More...Sundays at 9:30am in The Lodge (the Student Building).
Read More... Domingo - EBD das 9:25 as 10:35 (Sala FL-307 piso 3, elevador em frente a cafeteria)
15555 Stuebner-Airline Road
Houston, TX 77069
Weekday Office Hours
Monday - Thursday: 9:00a - 5:00p
Friday: 9:00a - 1:00p
Please use the FLC entrance during weekday business hours