Houston First
Church of God
We Believe in Jesus.
We Believe in You.

SUNDAY 10:45
“I’m taking baby steps,
but they are happening.”
“Nana, I want to go. 
I love church!”
-3rd grader at Houston First
 Contact Our Staff
Church office, P: 713.460.0104, Email: info@hfcog.org
Tim Gould 
Lead Pastor
Sarah Mathewes
Children’s/CE Pastor
Sherry Pausky
Office Administrator
David Rivera
Worship & Youth Pastor
14400 Northwest Freeway, Houston, Texas  77040
 You will…
  • Discover how you fit into God’s plan of redemption.
  • Experience love from others who are learning to follow Jesus.
  • Become a difference maker at home, work… everywhere.

We will…

  • Show you love and not just talk about it.
  • Believe that Jesus can do miraculous things.
  • Invest in you and your family.
Join us this Sunday!
  • 8:45 a.m. Prayer
  • 9:30 a.m. Learn Groups
  • 10:45 a.m. Worship Service
  • 6:00 p.m. Equip
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  • 6:45 p.m. Prayer
  • 7:00 p.m. Bible Study
  • 7:00 p.m. Youth Ministry
  • 7:00 p.m. Bible Kids’ Club
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  • 7:00 a.m. Prayer
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December Events
 15  Senior Adult Christmas Party @ Bob & Wilberta Clark’s

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Vision to Multiply

What is Holy Spirit telling you?
Talk to God and other about how you can become a disciple who makes disciples.
How are you learning to become a disciple who makes disciples?
How are you helping others grow closer to Jesus?
We don’t grow to stay.  We grow to go.
Get Equipped as a disciple who makes disciples in 3 ways…
Journal every day.

Process discipleship material every week.

Click here for discipleship materials.



Meet with a discipleship coach every month.

Click here for discussion questions.


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Your Words Impact The World

“Your words impact the world.”

Recently you may have seen in the news where the President and Chancellor of the University of Missouri resigned their positions due in large part to racial tension on campus. As I have read articles and watched video clips I have found two striking observations.

One, the president of the university either chose not to give appropriate attention to the issue or did not effectively communicate the attention that was being given. Two, students (including studen …