Who we are, where we come from, and where we're headed as a church family
Who we are
At Westminster, we profess the historic Christian faith in God, incarnate in Jesus Christ for our salvation and ever at work in human history in the Holy Spirit. Living in a covenant of grace under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, we participate in the first fruits of God's coming reign and pray in hope for its full realization on earth as in heaven.
Where we come from
Sixty-eight years ago on January 13, 1952, a mere eleven people joined together at the Henry W. Grady School to give birth to our church. With nothing more than a hope for the future, their committed stewardship in God’s Kingdom gave rise to the buildings and infrastructure that is our church home today.
Where we're headed
To lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ by creating environments that equip people to Love God, Make Friends, and Serve Others.
What this means for you
Westminster United Methodist Church is located in the Galleria/Uptown area of Houston, TX at the corner of San Felipe and Bering Drive and offers three Sunday worship experiences.
Sunday Mornings at 9:05 in the Fellowship Hall. In this worship experience, God comes close. There are people wearing jeans, teenagers eating donuts, and an energetic band leading us in lively, modern worship. It’s fun, relaxed, informal, and perfectly normal for a toddler or two to be dancing to the music. In this service, we encounter the God who meets us in our everyday life.
When: 9:05am on Sunday morning. Where: In the Fellowship Hall, the big building right off Bering. Look for the “Encounter” banners on either side, and listen for the music. As usual, you will be able to worship online with us at 9:05 am on the website. We will additionally be airing the service at 11:05 am and 6:05 pm and also putting it on YouTube. Starting at 9:05 am each Sunday morning, you should be able to find our worship anytime that is convenient for your family.
What safety precautions should I expect at the front lawn and sanctuary service? Front lawn: We’ll ask all attendees to space out at least 6 feet apart (in family groups) and wear a face covering. The worship leaders will be removing their masks to lead worship, so we’ll have them further away from the congregation. Because this service is likely to be attended by families with young children (read: adorable toddling maskless germ factories), we advise caution to anyone needing to minimize risk.
What time should I come? We have two services. Our Contemporary Front Lawn Service is at 9:05 a.m. and our Traditional Service begins at 11:05 a.m. in the Sanctuary.