2017 Theme: "In His Steps - Following the Example of Jesus"----------------Pray for the "Silencing of God" seminar with Dave Miller of Apologetics Press, which we will be hosting Friday, September 8 - Sunday, September 10.
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Who We Are

In an area as large as the greater Houston area there are hundreds of churches, among which you will find a wide diversity of ideas about the Bible and religion. With that in mind, we would like to tell you a few things about ourselves that we hope will help you understand at least something about who we are.

We have no denominational affiliation. We have no earthly headquarters and answer to no convention, council, college, or regulatory body. We are an autonomous (self-governing) church. Jesus Christ is our only head (Col. 1:18). We have no creed or church manual. The Bible is our only guide (2 Tim. 3:16-17). The church of Christ was built by Jesus Himself (Matt. 16:18), purchased by His blood (Acts 20:28), and established on the first Pentecost Day following His resurrection from the dead (Acts 2:1-47). Individually, we just call ourselves Christians because that was the name given to followers of Jesus at the beginning of the church’s existence (Acts 11:26). Collectively, we call ourselves the church of Christ because that, too, is Biblical terminology (Rom. 16:16). It is our goal be a congregation of Christians doing all things according to the pattern of New Testament doctrine (Heb. 8:5; 2 Tim. 1:13).

Though we live in a time in which fewer churches seem willing to uphold “the whole counsel of God” (Acts 20:27) on salvation and many other Biblical matters, Graeber Road is committed to teaching and practicing no more and no less than simple New Testament Christianity.

We are interested in you. If you are looking for a church that loves and exalts Jesus Christ, is free from all denominational affiliations, wants to do all things according to the pattern of the New Testament, and believes strongly in our Lord’s admonition to “love one another as I have loved you” (John 13:34), then prayerfully consider Graeber Road. 

Please feel free to visit with us as often as you like, and if we may answer any questions you may have, please contact us. 

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