A Place to Hear from Heaven

A Place to Hear from Heaven

In honor of our 35th Anniversary, stop by the Proverbs bookstore and pick up your copy of “A Place to Hear from Heaven.”

A “Place to Hear from Heaven” is a prodigious book tailored to the sacred space that is The Church Without Walls. This book was authored by our Pastor Ralph Douglas West affectionately known as “Pas” to show that our edifice is not merely our sanctuary but a place that Christ is truly exalted and God’s word is proclaimed. “Throughout these sacred spaces, every point of gathering will be a place to hear from heaven. We will sing and celebrate, and we will also hear and educate. With generations not yet born from families not yet formed, we will fill spaces to teach and learn. A generation not here will teach a generation beyond that. We did not build for a moment, but for the century. -Pas”

This book would be a great addition to your library or as a gift to a loved one, colleague or friend. Bless them this holiday season and beyond with a copy of this great book!

Click the link below to purchase a copy of the book and pick it up in the Bookstore on the Queenston campus.

COVID-19 Update from Pastor West

COVID-19 Update from Pastor West

Church Without Walls Family!

The omicron variant of the novel Coronavirus, COVID-19, is spreading rapidly across our country and now exists in all 50 states; regrettably, disrupting the plans for many families during this Holiday Season. 

God has provided an answer to our prayers regarding this pandemic. Medical professionals feel confident that the COVID-19 Vaccine provides a high-level of protection against the overall infection from the omicron variant, hospitalization and possibly death. Please check with your health-care provider for the best protection advice regarding your individual medical needs. 

Proverbs 11:14 tells us that, Where there is no counsel, the people fall; But in the multitude of counselors there is safety. Your safety during this holiday season is our highest priority and we have consulted with representatives from our medical team on the best course of action for The Church Without Walls congregation. Out of an abundance of caution and to demonstrate social responsibility, we are making difficult, yet necessary adjustments to our worship services to help minimize the spread of Covid-19 that is currently impacting our community. Instead of coming to the sanctuary, we are asking you to stream our exciting worship services online until further notice. Services can be viewed at, TCWW App, Facebook, and YouTube.

To minimize your risk for exposure, we encourage you to continue the best practices you have employed during this entire pandemic:

  • Wear a mask. 
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water aren’t available.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick, experience cold-like symptoms, fever or cough.
  • Routinely clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • And as you encounter one another, greet each other with a friendly wave or an elbow bump.

 Please remain prayerful and patient.

Be Encouraged

Pastor West Featured on Flourishing in Ministry Podcast

Pastor West Featured on Flourishing in Ministry Podcast

Pilgrimages of Striving and Thriving Podcast

Produced jointly by Lott Carey Baptist Foreign Mission Society and Good Faith Media, this podcast explores how Black pastoral leaders in the United States flourish in their various ministerial contexts.

This week’s episode features Dr. Ralph Douglas West, Founder and Senior Pastor The Church Without Walls in Houston, TX.

From the Office of the Pastor

From the Office of the Pastor

Church Family,

Please understand, we have not abandoned our Sunday Live services. As I mentioned last week, some members of our Sunday morning staff have been exposed to COVID-19. For the protection of everyone and in following Centers for Disease Control guidelines, we have been sheltering in place for 14 days. We must follow the guidelines established by our healthcare professionals and the CDC. It is imperative that you remain faithful and take these warnings seriously: wear your mask, practice social distancing, wash your hands, and avoid gatherings. I believe our concerted efforts will help to mitigate the virus in due time. I ask for your patience and participation in worship at the highest level this Sunday with your family.

Thank you again and please join me in praying for our church and praying for our instrumentalists, psalmists, preaching team, and our media team, who are faithful in coming every Sunday morning. We hope to return to our live worship services next Sunday. On this First Sunday morning, come to the table of the Lord and worship. Please visit our church website this week to review Sermon Notes and discussion questions for you and your family.

Be Encouraged

RSVP Today for the Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast

RSVP Today for the Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast

November 18, 2017
Queenston Campus

Our volunteers are special servant leaders who freely dedicate their time and talents to our church.  On Saturday, November 18th, Pastor West and the staff will serve a delicious breakfast to our volunteers as an expression of appreciation for their service in ministry.


New 30 Day Devotional Written By Pas

New 30 Day Devotional Written By Pas

An Uplook for New Outlook
30 Days to a New View
by Ralph Douglas West, Sr.

From the earliest days, the church has practiced a daily discipline of Scripture and reflection. “An Uplook For A New Outlook” is a short 30-day devotional to help you start your day with a nugget of truth from God’s Word.

Pick up your copy at Proverbs Bookstore or the Ralph Douglas West Ministries Table on your campus.


Order your copy online.

Pas’ New Preaching Series – The Emotions of Jesus

Pas’ New Preaching Series – The Emotions of Jesus

Join Pas every Sunday in January for his new preaching series,
The Emotions of Jesus.

The Mad Jesus – Mark 3: 1-6
Jesus confronts meaningless religious tradition but gives wholeness to those who admit their own disability

The Glad Jesus – Luke 7: 1-10
Would you like to impress the Lord Jesus to the point of amazement? You can impress Him only by your faith in His word and power. Anyone can impress Jesus with humble faith in His word and power.

The Sad Jesus – John 11: 35
Jesus cares by divine reveling. He reveals truths about us, about the nature of eternal life, and His own caring humanity.

The Bad Jesus – Matthew 21: 10-17
Jesus cleansing of the temple dramatically demonstrates God’s reaction to cultural, merely intentional, established religion. Christ comes again to His temple, the church, to cleanse and to challenge.

Take notes while Pas teaches. Click the button below to download the series handout.