Christ Church offers a variety of Men’s, Women’s, and Co-ed Bible Studies and Small Groups that meet both at the church and in people’s homes. Please scroll down and find the group that is right for you!
Neighborhood Small Groups
Each week, Christ Church members gather in a home with others who live in their area for fellowship and conversations about how the Sunday sermon and scripture personally applies to their daily living. All existing groups are listed below and have room for new people, and new groups are starting this Winter.
• Parents of Children & Youth Small Group- Sundays at 5 pm in the Chapel during the children & youth programs, re-starts January 21, contact Addie at 832.259.2557 or email@example.com
• First Colony East/Open Small Group at Church- Wednesdays at 6:30 pm in the Bride’s Room, contact Mary Kay at 281.798.8792 or firstname.lastname@example.org
• First Colony South Group (Neighborhoods along University/Commonwealth/Palm Royale)- Mondays at 7 pm, contact Jorge at email@example.com
• Riverstone Daytime Group- Wednesdays at 2 pm, contact Sonia at 713.444.0484 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in joining a neighborhood small group? Contact email@example.com.
Co-Ed Bible Studies at Church
Parents of Children and Youth Small Group
Sundays beginning January 21 • 5:30 pm • Chapel
Contact: Addie Delahoussaye at firstname.lastname@example.org
First Colony East Neighborhood Small Group
Wednesdays beginning January 10 • 6:30 pm • Bride's Room
Contact: Mary Kay Moore at Marykaymoore2@gmail.com
Small Group Leader's Equipping Track
Sundays beginning January 21 • 5-6:30 pm
Contact: Pastor Dan Conway at email@example.com
Men's Bible Studies
Sunday Night Men's Study
Sundays • 7:30 pm • FLC
Contact: Joe Mieczkowski at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday Night Men's Study
Tuesdays • 7:15-8:30 pm • Library
Contact: Jim Havas at email@example.com
Friday Morning Holey Men
Fridays • 6-7 am • Gathering Hall
Contact: Jim Andrews at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday Morning Study
Saturday mornings • 8 - 9:30 am • FAITH Corner
For more information on these studies, visit the Men of Christ webpage.
Women's Bible Studies
Prayer: Does it Make Any Difference by Philip Yancey
Sundays beginning January 7. 4-6 pm in the Library.
Contact: Mary Ann Dolezal at email@example.com or 281.468.7477
Precepts: Revelation: Interpreting Revelation in the Light of Biblical Prophecy
Tuesdays beginning January 9. 9:30-11:30 am in the Faith Corner
Contact: Debbie Read at firstname.lastname@example.org or 281.980.5220
Jesus the King by Timothy Keller
Thursdays beginning January 11 from 9:30-11:30 am in the Faith Corner
Contact: Debe Fannin at email@example.com or 281.265.4082
What Happens When Women Say Yes to God, Experiencing Life in Extraordinary Ways by Lysa TerKeurst
Mondays beginning January 22 from 9:30-11:30 am in Rooms 11/12
Contact: Evelyn Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or 713.851.7061
Several long-term groups continue to regularly meet in member’s homes for fellowship and various Bible studies of their choosing. Contact email@example.com if you are interested to know more about Home Groups.
Additional Small Groups
MOPS: Mothers of Preschoolers
Twice Monthly on Fridays (September - May) • 9:30 am - 12 pm • Rooms 11/12
MOPS is designed to nurture every mother of preschoolers by meeting her distinct needs to the glory of Jesus Christ. Meetings include topics such as child-rearing, womanhood, the home and marriage - all of which are based on biblical principles. Creative activities add fun and develop new skills. MOPS strives to fulfill the needs for friendship, creativity and for spiritual growth. While moms are meeting, children from birth through kindergarten are cared for in the loving environment of MOPPETS, a children's program.
Interested in being a part of MOPS at Christ Church in the fall? Contact Heather Lovell via email or at 281.545.2564.
Piecemakers Quilt Guild
2nd Tuesday of each month • 7 pm
The Piecemakers Quilt Guild is designed to promote the art of quilting through classes and workshops. Community and church service projects are also an important part of this ministry.
Contact Elaine Huffer for more information.
Walk to Emmaus
Walk to Emmaus is a 72-hour Christian spiritual retreat designed to build leadership in the local church as well as provide spiritual renewal to both those attending a retreat and the volunteers who serve on a retreat.
To participate in the Walk to Emmaus, one must have a sponsor who has already attended an Emmaus weekend. These individuals are easily identifiable, as they often wear their Emmaus cross on a colorful chord on the first Sunday of each month. Any of these individuals can answer your questions about the Emmaus experience, and more information is available on the Houston West Emmaus Community website where one can find the dates of the weekends as well as application and sponsor forms.
Contact Annette or Bob Smith at 281.980.9277 for more information.
Meeting times vary
This group gathers monthly (meeting dates vary) to prepare and assemble casseroles which can be distributed to any members of our church family facing illness, celebrating the birth of a new child or otherwise in need of a home-cooked meal.
For more information, please contact Kim Daniels.
Godly Active Ladies Serving (G.A.L.S.)
Last Tuesday of each month • 6 pm
This group's focus is to be a multi-generational group of women with a heart for nurturing and supporting women in need in various seasons and circumstances of life. Providing an opportunity to build friendships and socialize together is a key goal.
For more information, please contact Norma Pharr.
First Monday of each month (meets October through May) • 7 pm • Rooms 11/12
This group is open to all woman interested in incorporating healthy habits to maintain or improve health and vitality for themselves and their family. For more information: Kim Ripley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 281.690.4765.
For more information about our Adult Ministries, please contact: