alvaradoWe hope you will feel at home on these pages as you read about our church, its hopes, its goals and its activities.

In Luke 4:16 we read where it was the custom of Jesus to go to the synagogue on the Sabbath day.

In Acts 20:7 we read where it was the custom of the disciples to gather on the first day of the week and in Hebrews 10:25, we are told not to forsake the assembling of ourselves together.

The desire of our church, imperfect though we may be, is to be a spiritual home, a place where those who come will feel at home. We want to forgive and be forgiven even as Jesus prayed in the prayer he taught his disciples.

If you do not have a church home we invite you to join us. Morning Worship starts at 9:00 AM.

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27 September 2021

The latest news from the United Methodist News Service. United Methodist News Service
  • Lawyer-minister made a big difference
    Many in Rio Texas Conference offer tributes to the late Rev. Taylor Boone, who expanded United Methodist-affiliated health care and ministered to the homeless, while maintaining a busy law practice.
  • Abortion law should prompt action, not just outrage
    A United Methodist laywoman shares about the abortion she had in the 1970s and says Texas’ new restrictions on abortion should challenge the church to speak candidly and constructively about human sexuality.
  • Texas abortion law will save lives
    Retired clergyman and Lifewatch president responds to earlier commentary on abortion measure recently enacted by Texas.