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Join Us for Worship!

Join Us this Sunday!

8:00 am: Meets in the Seminar Room (A120)

9:30 am: Meets in the Worship Center

11:00 am: Meets in the Worship Center

 

Call to Worship

We are called to worship God with all our lives, not just on Sunday mornings, but with everything we say and do throughout the week. Sunday morning worship services are offered at 8:00 a.m. in the Seminar Room. Identical 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. services take place in the Worship Center. Our encounter with the Living God is something you surely want to be part of on Sunday mornings.

At Windwood we believe the body of Christ – our congregation – is called to worship together and we glorify God with several musical styles within the same service. All styles of music that have been written to honor and praise the Lord are valid for worshiping Him. From traditional anthems and hymns to current praise and worship styles and everything in between, at Windwood we make music not only because we love to, but we do it because we are called to by God Himself.

Worship and Arts Council

EDNA GUNN
Elder, Worship & Arts
281-955-1033
ekgunn@peoplepc.com

Donna Daughdrill
Elder, Worship & Arts 
832-797-4078
donnadaughdrill@gmail.com

REV. KEVIN RUDOLPH
Sr. Staff Liaison, Worship & Arts
281-378-4040
kevin@windwoodpc.org

 

Sermon Series – Living at High C

We are called to live Christ-centered lives as Christians.  But just how do we go about doing that?  At Windwood, we “see” this revolving around 5 “C”s.  What are those 5 C’s?  At the center of our lives is Christ – Jesus the Christ – not an idea, but the second person of the Trinity, who loved us so much he came to be our savior!  Living out that relationship means four more C’s – Clarity, Character, Commitment, and Community!  Come and join us this year to get the clarity, character, commitment, and community to lead those Christ-centered lives!

 

Sunday, April 1 [Easter Sunday]
Living at High C—Matthew 27:62 – 28:20
The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead is the center point of human history!  His sacrifice and resurrection is the most significant event ever to happen!  This will be true for all eternity!  It’s that worth celebrating!  Come and join us, because He is worthy!

 

Sunday, April 8
Resurrection and Relationships—John 21:15-17
Mr. Tad Bodeman

 

Sunday, April 15
Kingdom Presence in You—Luke 19:11-27
Jesus tells a parable about the Kingdom of God, because the people at the time (and this was just before Palm Sunday, the crucifixion, and the resurrection) thought that the Kingdom of God was going to appear immediately.  What did Jesus mean?  Just what is the Kingdom of God, and why hasn’t it appeared?  Or has it?

 

Sunday, April 22
Kingdom Presence in the World—Matthew 5:13-16
What does it mean for the Church to be the presence of God’s Kingdom in the world?  That may sound very theological, but it has a very practical answer!  Jesus told us in the Sermon on the mount, that we are to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world!  What does that look like now in post-Christendom America?

 

Sunday, April 29
Kingdom Presence Wherever He Has Placed You—1 Corinthians 7:17-24
“Only let each person lead the life that the Lord has assigned to him, to which God has called him.”  What is your calling in life?  It is to bloom where you have been planted!  What about change?  Let that also come from the Lord, but wherever He has called you, He has called you to be the presence of His Kingdom there!