Pastor Felix will be posting Wednesday Worship content to our Facebook Page every week. The purpose of Wednesday Worship is to share with our congregants and friends inspirational prayers, scripture readings, messages, quotes, poems, videos, and more. Each Wednesday Worship will include one or more of these. Pastor’s Felix’s prayer: “May God’s word come to us in many ways inspiring our hearts for a closer walk with our Lord Jesus Christ.”
Please check our FaceBook page and share with family, friends and neighbors.
St. John’s United Church of Christ will turn 79 years old on Friday, April 24, 2020.
Please find this copy of the Good Friday Worship Service.
Please view our Maundy Thursday Worship Service Bulletin for your use while we worship apart during this pandemic.
A copy of our Palm Sunday Worship Bulletin is provided for your use.
It has been recommended we do a virtual walk on May 9th or anytime before that date. You may register & give at crophungerwalk.org or send a check to:
P. O. Box 968
Elkhart, In 46515
Team: St John’s United Church of Christ
Area: West Fort Bend County
Walking is a great way to get exercise and reduce stress. We are all under a lot of stress right now, so please take time to get out and walk. Join a Crop Hunger Walk and help end hunger and poverty one step at a time. Part of our donations are used locally.
Please join us online for a live stream Pastoral message at 10:00 a.m. this Sunday, March 29, 2020 on our church FaceBook page (St. John’s United Church of Christ in Rosenberg TX) since we are unable to share in-person worship at this time in Fort Bend County. Feel free to use our Sunday morning worship bulletin as a reference.
This is our way of sharing worship together when we are physically unable to meet in the church sanctuary.
It is with sadness to announce the passing of Martha Ray earlier this morning at the age of 102. We give thanks to God for her long life here on earth and for her dedication to our church over the years. Please keep her family in your thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time.
Dear Church Family,
Last week I polled the Church Council and other leaders on whether or not to worship in-person on March 29th. A clear majority recommended that we suspend the worship service.
As much as we miss worshipping together in our sanctuary, and as much as it pains us, we will have to be patient another week as we remain in our homes on Sunday, March 29th.
In the responses I got from the leaders, they pointed out the hour by hour developments unfolding around the country. The urgent call of the moment is to remain apart as much as is possible to contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). This is being called “flattening the curve”. By doing this, we protect each other and our loved ones and we contribute to the measures and efforts being taken to achieve this one clear objective.
An email message will be sent with the liturgy for Sunday’s service. On Sunday morning, I will live-stream parts of the service and my sermon on our Facebook Page. By this Wednesday, we will mail hard copies of the liturgy and sermon to our parishioners who are offline.
Together We Wait!
God of Grace, God of Glory
From the evils that surround us and assail the Savior’s ways, from the fears that long have bound us—free our hearts for faith and praise.
Grant us wisdom, grant us courage, for the living of these days, for the living of these days.
Pastor Felix Carrión