In this interdenominational church our members come from a wide variety of religious backgrounds and theological persuasions. We subscribe to no formal denominational creed, rather we unite around the truth that Jesus is Lord. Our church values emphasize diversity, not uniformity; generosity, not greed; inclusion, not exclusion; grace, not guilt; joy, not judgment; and being ecumenical not denominational. We hope your worship experience with us is meaningful and uplifting. And when our service is concluded, our prayer is that you will depart knowing that a loving God remains with you.
Welcome to The Church at Horseshoe Bay
- Sunday Services at 8:30 & 11:00
- Christian Education at 9:45
- Pastors' Forum Thursday at 1:00
- Ash Wednesday Service at 5:00 p.m.
Ash Wednesday Service 5:00 p.m. Wednesday March 5.
New additional Church email notification.
This email address is now available. If you have any information you would like to have printed in an issue of an upcoming bulletin or newsletter please submit it through this email.
Pastor Search Committee Report to Congregation
By Jim Jorden, Chairman
The Pastor Search Committee held its inaugural meeting on November 19. Geneva Dalton was elected Secretary. [Jim Jorden had previously been elected Chair by the Board of Trustees.] Upon recommendat ion of the Committee, the Board, at its December meeting, approved a Charge to the Pastor Search Committee. This charge is printed below for your information.
The Committee will report to the Board monthly at its meeting, and report to the Congregation monthly through the Newsletter. Starting in February, Committee meetings will be held on a fixed schedule, such as third Friday or whatever. Congregation members are invited to attend the early part of any meeting to offer input. Suggestions may also be given to any Committee member: Geneva Dalton, Jim Jorden, Fred Klingensmith, Mike Maine, Bob Shafer, Bart Stephens, Carolyn Thornton, Kay Tyler, or Carol Young.
Finally, all of the Committee earnestly solicit your prayers for them as they pursue the task of developing the pastoral staff structure and finding the right individuals to lead this Congregation forward.
Men of Faith Breakfast
Women of the Word
If you were raised in church, you’ve probably heard this 1,000 times. He is the Potter, I am the clay. I can guarantee, though, that unless you’ve heard Rachel Norris from Joy Pottery share her testimony coupled with her pottery demonstration, you probably do not fully understand just how the Potter works His clay.