Houston Methodist invites you to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Houston Methodist invites you to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Houston Methodist Covid-19 Vaccine Interest: 50+ ONLY

Houston Methodist invites you to receive the COVID-19 vaccine if you are 50 and older. If you fill out this form, they will soon contact you via text message to help you schedule a vaccination appointment. In the text, you will receive a contact number if you need assistance with scheduling. If you do not have a mobile number, you will be contacted at your home number to schedule. If needed, Houston Methodist can also assist with transportation. Thank you for joining our fight to stop the spread of this virus. You must be 50 years or older to be eligible for scheduling.

DEADLINE: 5PM on Sunday, February 28, 2021


Thank you for expressing interest in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine from Houston Methodist. We recently found out that Houston Methodist is prioritizing scheduling individuals who are age 50 – 64 with a pre-existing chronic medical condition. This means that if you are 50 – 64 without a pre-existing condition, you will not be able to move forward in the scheduling process when you try to use the link provided to you via text message or email. Houston Methodist sincerely apologizes for any inconvenience. If you are age 50 – 64 without a pre-existing condition and, therefore, unable to schedule, Houston Methodist will maintain your information on their waitlist & when they are able to expand beyond the underlying conditions criteria, you will be re-invited to schedule a vaccination appointment with them at your preferred Houston Methodist facility.

Please note, Houston Methodist will allow you to schedule your appointment if you are 50 – 64 with one or more underlying chronic medical conditions as this makes you eligible through the Phase 1B criteria. Please review the Texas Phase 1B eligible conditions below:

  • Cancer
  • Chronic Kidney disease
  • COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
  • Down syndrome
  • Heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease or cardiomyopathies,
  • Solid organ transplantation
  • Obesity and severe obesity (body mass index of 30 kg/m2 or higher)
  • Pregnancy
  • Sickle cell disease
  • Type 2 diabetes mellitus
One Spirit One Body Bible Study with The Church Without Walls and South Main Baptist Church

One Spirit One Body Bible Study with The Church Without Walls and South Main Baptist Church

One Spirit One Body Bible Study | Tuesdays at 6:00PM beginning January 19th

We invite you to join us for a special, 6-week, joint virtual Bible Study between The Church Without Walls and South Main Baptist Church. “One Spirit, One Body” will be co-taught by the Rev. Jewel M. London of The Church Without Walls and the Rev. Dr. Matt Walton of South Main Baptist Church. Panelists from both churches will join Jewel and Matt to explore the book of Ephesians. 

Thank You Community Partners

Thank You Community Partners

Thank you to all our Community Partners that truly helped The Church Without Walls be The Church Without Walls. As we served our community, they have helped us fight against Covid-19, poverty and racial injustice. Thank you…

  • Houston Health Department and the #BetterTogether Campaign 
  • Mayor Sylvester Turner and the U.S. Census Campaign
  • Harris County Voting Initiative
  • World Evangelical Society for the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
  • Covid-19, Disaster Relief and Recovery, Racial and Social Justice Initiatives 
    • YMCA of Greater Houston
    • NAACP
    • Greater St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church
    • Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, Progressive National Baptist Convention, IC3, Baptist World Alliance, National Action Network, the Poor People’s Campaign
    • Texas Baptists
    • Operation Hope
  • South Main Baptist Church
  • Cigna Health and more….
Build Your Life on a Solid Foundation

Build Your Life on a Solid Foundation

Twenty-Twenty has been one for the books. We all have been affected in some way, shape or form by the pandemic, the loss of loved ones or hardship. Build Your Life will offer biblical and practical instructions on building and keeping your faith during times like these. Every building project requires plans and schematic design, but most importantly, every project requires a good foundation. Join us every Wednesday at noon for a virtual service & at 7pm for Bible Study Classes for all Campuses on Google Meet. Let’s build foundations together to help our future.

  • Queenston – Wednesdays 12Noon  |
  • Queenston – Wednesdays  7pm | Google Meet
  • Eldridge – Wednesdays 7pm| Google Meet
  • Bingle – Wednesdays 7pm| Google Meet
TCWW Congratulates our 2020 Discipleship Graduates

TCWW Congratulates our 2020 Discipleship Graduates

The Church Without Walls would like to extend a hearty congratulations to all Discipleship Graduates on accomplishing this spiritual milestone. Your commitment to completing your Discipleship Course (Mosaic Women Discipleship, Momentum Men Discipleship, Master Life, and/or Eagles) displays your spiritual tenacity and heart for the kingdom of God. As you journey toward the next phase in your spiritual walk, we hope that your relationship with God grows stronger each day.

The Church Without Walls Covid-19 Survey

The Church Without Walls Covid-19 Survey

On behalf of Pastor Ralph Douglas West, Mrs. Sheretta West, the church staff, and leaders, we continuously keep you in our prayers. Considering the third spike in cases of the global pandemic, the novel Coronavirus, COVID-19, we continue to communicate primarily in a virtual manner. We will remain connected to keep you informed and to ensure we serve you and our community in the most effective way possible. We have composed the following survey to gather the information that will help us to serve you better. The survey should take less than four minutes to complete. We look forward to your responses.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is nationally recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Church Without Walls and Mosaic Women’s Ministry would like to help promote awareness and prevention of domestic violence. During Amazing Women’s Weekend 2020, First Lady Sheretta West interviewed our very own Dr. Conte Terrell, one the nations most sought after domestic violence recovery experts. Watch the video below as Dr. Conte shares with us her insight and expertise on domestic violence. 

It’s Time to get Ready to VOTE!!

It’s Time to get Ready to VOTE!!

Pastor West recently reminded us in a sermon, “Grace at Second Base” (1Corinthians 15:10), that God has given us his Amazing Grace. He challenged us to make a difference with the extra innings that God has given to us. He also said, as Christians, we are obligated to make the world a better place and eradicate evil.  He noted anyone can complain, however, God has given us the gift of voting to exercise our voice.  He went on to state “what is right doesn’t belong to a party, but to God’s people; we should see what is evil on every hand and say it has to go.

So, let’s get Ready and Set to exercise our Voice because the time to prepare is NOWSee key voter information below.

Register to Vote Here if you have a printer

Request Voter Registration Application Here if no printer.

Request Vote By Mail Application Here if over 65 or disabled.

Get Key Election Information Here – check registration status, polling location, what’s on the ballot or other key information.

Last Day to Register to Vote Monday, October 5
Early Voting Monday, October 13 – Friday, October 30
Last Date to Request Mail in Ballot Friday, October 23
Last Day to Receive Mail-In Ballot Tuesday, November 3 at 7 pm if dropped off or November 4 at 5 pm if postmarked
Election Day November 3, 2020

Please contact Civic Engagement Lead, Charles Caldwell, at 253-318-5259 if you have any questions about the election process.