Updated: Tuesday, January 18, 2022


Current Operating Status / Building Access: Limited Access

All TCWW facilities are currently closed, except our Queenston Campus which has limited access on Sunday mornings.

TCWW staff is currently working in the office. 

Sunday In-Person Worship

Queenston Campus – Staff and essential volunteers.

Bingle & Eldridge Campuses – Currently closed

Sunday Virtual Worship

Queenston Campus | 8:00am, 10:00am & 12:00pm –  Website, Facebook page & TCWW App, Alterate Viewing Link

Eldridge Campus | 9:15am & 11:00am – WebsiteYoutube & TCWW App, Alternate Viewing Link

Virtual Bible Study

Online streaming on our website, Facebook pageYoutube, & TCWW App Wednesdays at 12Noon and 7pm.


ALL in-person meetings and gatherings outside of our Sunday worship services have been suspended until further notice.


For details regarding how funerals will be handled, please contact Pastoral Care,

Brookhollow Christian Academy

Brookhollow Christian Academy is now open and accepting applications. Now enrolling.

COVID-19 Update From Pastor West – December 2021

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.  READ MORE

Important Messages From Pastor West

Frequently Asked Questions

Are any of the campuses open?

To stay in line with the current CDC guidelines and Harris County’s Stay Home Stay Safe Order, all TCWW facilities are currently closed. 

Are we having Sunday Worship?

All worship services will be streamed online through our website, Facebook, Youtube and TCWW app. 

Service Times:

Queenston: 8AM, 10AM, & 12Noon

Eldridge: 9AM & 11AM

Is the Food Pantry still open?

At this time, the Bingle Food Pantry is not open. 

Are there resources available to help with Covid-19?

Click here for a list of resources. 

My TCWW app is not showing up properly.

Delete your app and re-download it from your app store. 

Can I still give my tithes and offerings?

Yes, tithes and offerings can be made using any one of the following methods:

  • Text GIVE to 713.597.6828
  • Online Giving Portal
  • In-person: Kiosk at Queenston Campus Security Desk
  • Mail to: 5725 Queenston Blvd., Houston, TX 77084

Click here to view How-to Videos

Where can I stream worship services?
How can I submit a prayer request?

 Prayer request can be submitted here

How can I submit a praise report?

Praise Reports can be submitted here.

Has IC3 been cancelled?

IC3 has been postponed until 2021. Those who have registered have received emails regarding refunds. 

Pastor West’s COVID-19 Week 7 Response

Church family, allow me to give you a few facts that a bright light has shined upon in the last couple of weeks and has been on my mind and heart about the novel Coronavirus. According to the Center for Disease Control, health disparities are differences in health outcomes and their causes among groups of people. Disparities in the African American community are not new to us, however the news of how COVID-19 is disproportionately impacting us, is.

It’s not that we are getting infected more, it’s that when we do, we are more likely to end up in ICU and succumb to COVID-19 due to underlying medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, asthma, and obesity. Astounding, I’d say. Other reasons for disparities in our communities are social economic conditions, health-care access, distrust of the medical community, and multigenerational families in the same house, which makes it impossible for social distancing.


An Updated Coronavirus COVID-19 Message from Pastor Ralph D West

Marc Connelly in his play Green Pastures places the angel, Gabriel, on a top floor in a tenement building in a big city where he turns around and said, “Everything nailed down is coming loose.” Everything we’ve known to be sturdy and strong has become flimsy and feeble. Therefore, at The Church Without Walls, our leadership had to make some adjustments to re-fasten what appeared to have come loose.

Here’s a tripart of what we’re working with, first, we’ve now had to change from a physical congregation to a virtual congregation, where every worship service, bible study, and ministry engagement is now online. We are a global village scattered but connected.


A Special Message From Pastor Ralph D. West

An Important Coronavirus COVID-19 Message from Pastor Ralph D West

In light of the global pandemic of the novel Coronavirus, COVID-19, we’re making every effort to consider the health of our congregation and to contribute to the national support and safety of our citizens.

Proverbs 11:14 tells us that Where there is no counsel, the people fall; But in the multitude of counselors there is safety. We have consulted with representatives with our local government, health professionals including the president of MD Anderson, Memorial Hermann Hospital, the Harris County Health Department, the Center for Disease Control, and World Health Organizations. To demonstrate social responsibility, we are making adjustments to our worship services and gathering practices to help stay below the line of Coronavirus cases that are currently impacting our healthcare system. This Sunday, March 15, 2020, instead of coming to the sanctuary, we are asking you to stream our exciting worship services online. Additionally, ALL meetings and gatherings outside of our Sunday worship services have been suspended from 3/13/2020 – 3/21/2020. This is not a casual or uninformed decision; this is our contribution and sacrifice to global safety and we will monitor updates from week to week. READ MORE


There are simple measures you can take to protect yourself and help us reduce the spread of Coronavirus in our community. 

At church: 

  • Practice fist and elbow bumps instead of hugging or shaking hands.
  • Take advantage of our church sanitizing stations, particularly after sneezing, coughing and touching regularly used surfaces. We encourage members and guests to bring their own hand sanitizers as well.
  • Wash your hands often, particularly after using the restroom.

If you feel sick or are caring for someone who is sick:

  • Stay home unless you are seeking medical treatment.
  • Limit your participation in community activities. Consider streaming options on our website and on Facebook Live.
  • Dispose of used tissues right away. 

In general:

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth and others with unwashed hands.
  • Thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water as often as you can. Scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds.
  • If you are not near a sink, use hand sanitizer. Sanitize all of the skin on your hands and rub them together until they feel dry. Refrain from shaking your hands to dry them. 
  • Engage in respiratory etiquette by coughing and sneezing into the bend of your elbow. 
  • Sanitize freshly touched surfaces in your home, school or office daily. 
  • Avoid coming in close contact with those who appear unwell. 

Educate yourself:

  • Learn the additional measures that high risk, vulnerable individuals should take. 
  • Stay up on current events.