Here are tools to help you fully engage with Houston's First on Sundays.
Take a pic of where you're watching and post it on social media with #HoustonsFirstOnline!
Choose one of the following platforms for joining in as we worship together on Sundays at 9:15a, 11a, or 5p (Central).
You can also listen to the service each Sunday at 11a on the radio on KHCB 105.7FM.
On-campus worship services are offered at each campus of Houston's First, with Life Bible Studies and NextGen options varying by campus.
Choose one of the following platforms to listen to and familiarize yourself with the songs we'll sing as we worship through music on Sunday. (Parents – let your children learn the songs, too!)
If you don't have a Bible with you, we recommend using one of these online versions.
Download the Message Notes for note-taking on Sunday. Printed copies are available at each campus, too.
FirstKids provides this one-page sheet so children can engage with the worship service! Print it out for use at home or to bring with you to an in-person service at your campus. This or similar sheets will be available at your campus, too.
Whether you attend Houston's First all the time or are gathering with us for the first time, complete our Welcome Card to tell us who you are, where you're watching from, and ask any questions you might have about Houston's First or the Christian faith.
One way we worship is by giving back to the Lord a portion of what He has given us. Here are three ways you can submit your contribution to support what He is doing through the ministry of Houston's First.
Houston's First Baptist Church
7401 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77024
Have any prayer requests to share? Want to know more about having a relationship with Jesus? Or, want to learn more about what Houston's First has to offer? No matter what's on your mind or heart, complete our Prayer & Connection Card to let us know how we can pray, answer you questions about Jesus or baptism, or provide information about the church, Life Bible Studies, or anything else you might want to know.
Watch clips from Pastor Gregg's previous message below, and find more here.