As of today, Tuesday, September 19th, our emergency distribution center has been converted to a FEMA Disaster Recovery Center with hopes of supporting the Houston community through the recovery process even faster.
“The Disaster Recovery Center is a readily accessible facility where survivors may go for information about FEMA programs or other disaster assistance programs, and to ask questions related to your case. Representatives from the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), volunteer groups and other agencies are at the centers to answer questions about disaster assistance and low-interest disaster loans for homeowners, renters and businesses. They can also help survivors apply for federal disaster assistance.”
Hours of Operation:
Questions by phone should be directed to the National FEMA hotline (800) 621-3362, 7:00am to 10:00pm CST.
Due to our North Campus (Bingle) and Southwest Campus (Eldridge) receiving damages during Hurricane Harvey, we will worship together at the Northwest Campus (Queenston) until further notice. God is faithful and we rejoice in His provision.
8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm
The Church Without Walls
5725 Queenston Blvd
Houston, TX 77084
Church Without Walls Family,
As we attempt to get back to some form of normalcy after the devastation of Harvey, we have decided to suspend all ministry meetings, bible study classes, trainings, firm foundation, ministry and church-wide events, etc. for the month of September. All activities will resume in the month of October as we begin to celebrate our 30th Anniversary.
Beginning Thursday, Aug 31st, we will accept the following items for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Diaper (All sizes)
Coloring Books & Crayons
New T-shirts (XL & Up)
Shampoo & Conditioner
Heavy Duty Trash Bags
New Underwear (Larger Sizes)
Durable Plastic Totes with Lids
Many of you are wanting to do something to help those affected by #HurricaneHarvey but you do not know what to do or you may not be able to safely leave your homes.
Here are some things you can do RIGHT NOW as we prepare to provide much needed stability to those affected:
• Continue praying for Sylvester Turner, Mayor of Houston, government officials, and first responders as they work around the clock to rescue stranded citizens and get them to a shelter.
• Let your friends and family know that TCWW is working to help in whatever way we can and will need their help as well.
• TCWW is more than a building, it is the people. Open your home to others who may have lost everything and need a place to stay. Meet the people where they are and SHOW them what being a follower of Jesus looks like.
• Start going through your clothes, towels, and bedding to get them ready to donate. Wash and box all items so that they are ready for use.
• Help first responders by feeding them and offering them a place to eat and get dry.
• TCWW will need lots of hands to help as we prepare to assist families. Be ready to give freely of your time and support once it is SAFE to do so. Start communicating with your ministry members about staffing support hours.
• Dig up those gift cards that you have not used and be ready to donate them to the cause. Walmart, Visa, MasterCard, Target, etc. These cards will be useful to families who will need to start over.
• Be ready to support the #HARVEY effort with contributions to TCWW, Red Cross, and the Greater Houston Community Foundation.
• If your employer is willing to donate resources: volunteers, food, finances, etc. please notify TCWW leadership. Start making a list of people to contact about helping us to help others.
We have been in communication with City officials and attempting to work with the Red Cross to open our doors as a shelter to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey and the release of the Addicks and Barker Reservoirs. Unfortunately, they are unable to get much needed resources to us to support an effort of this magnitude.
Our North Campus (Bingle) has taken on water. Streets are steadily flooding near our Southwest Campus (Eldridge) and Northwest Campus (Queenston) making them difficult to reach, impassable, or closed off due to high water. We will assist as soon as we are able to safely do so.
Please remain prayerful, stand firm in your faith, and be safe. Continue to check on your family, friends, fellow church members, and be ready to mobilize and serve our community as soon as we are able.
We love you and trusting God to see us through.
The Church Without Walls
Hello TCWW Family,
Your safety is a priority. Due to the impact of Hurricane Harvey and concern for the safety of our members, all of The Church Without Walls’ worship services for Sunday, August 27th have been cancelled, including the Sunday night Prayer Service.
We welcome you to join Pas online for a streaming service as we worship God in word and in giving at churchwithoutwalls.org.
You may also view a message on your local stations at one of the following times below:
The church offices will be closed on Monday, August 28th and all events for Monday are cancelled.
Join us as we continue to pray for each other and prepare to share the love of Jesus Christ in our community.
Stay tuned for more updates.
MoMentum Men Retreat
October 28, 2017
8:00am – 5:00pm
Kaiserhof Lutheran Retreat Center
The Men’s Retreat is a tremendous opportunity for men to come together with an organized plan of attack against their strongholds & sin with a central goal and expectation for God to move with deliverance and healing. That day’s order of events as the Holy Spirit has given to MM leadership, clergy, deacons and prayer warriors includes forms of intercessory prayer, confession, commitment, teaching & anointed cleansing that, according to scripture, will produce “divine power to demolish strongholds” as well as forgiveness and purification.
Atria Senior Living
Friday, August 25th
It’s what we all feel instinctively – and science backs it up. A growing body of research shows that those who live in a caring, connected environment enjoy greater health and well-being than those who are isolated. At Atria, we are dedicated to creating vibrant communities where older adults realize healthier, happier, more meaningful lives – trading in loneliness for the company of neighbors, inactivity for movement, and boredom for purposeful engagement.
Sometimes we do not realize the importance of a moment until it becomes a memory. Well we hope that you all will capture these precious moments and memories here at The Church Without Wall. You can now purchase full, half, or quarter page ads in the book now until September 15th. Ads can be submitted via online, e-mail, postal mail, or flash drive. You do not want to wait another 30 years to be a part of this momentous occasion. We hope to see all of your beautiful faces in The Church Without Walls 30th Anniversary Souvenir Book.