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10:30 AM every Sunday

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We meet at 10:30 a.m. at House of Blues, 1204 Caroline St, Houston, TX 77002.

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What Should I Expect on Sunday?

We meet at House of Blues in downtown Houston at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday and livestream our service. Our worship service aims to be a beautiful blend of modern and classical worship. The attire is casual so come as you are. 

Our Sunday morning programming includes options for nursery through 5th grade. Our middle and high school students meet once a month during worship and at other times throughout the week for Bible study, social events, local mission projects, and more. Our entire worship service is family friendly, so please bring your kids!

If you or someone attending with you has a disability, we would love to serve you! Please contact Alicia so we can learn more about your needs and what we can do to make City Church accessible to you

How Can I Find Out More About Different Ministry Areas?

Below are links to learn more about each of our ministry areas.

Small Groups — Learn more about connecting with others at City Church.

City Kids — Learn more about Sunday morning programming for infant  through 5th grade and how to connect with other families.

City Youth — Learn more about weekly gatherings for 6th grade through 12th grade.

Mission Partners — Learn more about City Church’s mission partners.

About City Church — Learn more about City Church!

Can I Watch Before Attending?

Yes! We have a livestream each Sunday beginning at 10:30 a.m. You can also view past sermons.

What types of events does City Church have?

From socials and seminars to arts events, we have a broad range of events throughout the year. Click here to read more about our events.

Is There a Way to Meet Church Leaders or Ask Questions?

Our staff would love to meet you and answer any questions. Email info@citychurch.org and we will get you connected. You can also reach out directly to Valerie Tompson, our Executive Director.

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Parking Info & Covid protocol

GreenStreet Parking Garage

We encourage you to park in the GreenStreet Garage (Google Maps) with covered access to House of Blues. There are two entrances; on Fannin and Clay. After you park your car, take the Skybridge (located on level 3 of the garage) into the GreenStreet venue (which becomes level 2). Follow the City Church signs to Level 3. Bring your parking ticket and stop by the Connect Center in the worship space to pick up a parking validation.

General Location

House of Blues is located at 1204 Caroline St, Houston, TX 77002.

Street Parking

Metered street parking is typically free on Sundays. Please be aware of bagged meters. Red-bagged meters indicate you cannot park on that street and are subject to ticketing or towing.

We suggest you avoid parking on Dallas or Polk streets in between San Jacinto and Caroline as this creates a problem for House of Blues when they load in Sunday shows.

Metro Rail

Take the red line to Main Street Square. Get off the train and proceed south on foot along Main to Dallas (one block from the southbound line, three blocks from northbound line). Cross Dallas, and before you get to Polk, take the escalator on the left to Level 2 of the Green Street venue. Follow the City Church signs to Level 3.

Emergency Operating Plan

City Church takes safety very seriously and maintains an Emergency Operating Plan. If you have any questions, please contact info@citychurch.org.

In compliance with House of Blues regulations, no weapons are permitted in the venue at any time.

COVID Protocols
  • We are encouraging people to wear masks in worship, particularly those who are unvaccinated.
  • We are requiring all children 11 and under, presently ineligible for the vaccine, wear masks in worship and City Kids (ages 0-3 exempt). All City Kids staff and volunteers will wear masks.
  • We have a designated area in the mezzanine that is mask-required, as well as plenty of space for anyone to practice social distancing.


As we adjust our protocols to address the changing state of the pandemic, we will keep this information updated. We will also communicate through our weekly newsletter as needed. If you would like to sign up for our newsletter, click here.

Community

Events

Another great way to see what city church is about is to attend one of our other events. We hope to see you soon!

COVID Protocols
  • We are encouraging people to wear masks in worship, particularly those who are unvaccinated.
  • We are requiring all children 11 and under, presently ineligible for the vaccine, wear masks in worship and City Kids (ages 0-3 exempt). All City Kids staff and volunteers will wear masks.
  • We have a designated area in the mezzanine that is mask-required, as well as plenty of space for anyone to practice social distancing.


As we adjust our protocols to address the changing state of the pandemic, we will keep this information updated. We will also communicate through our weekly newsletter as needed. If you would like to sign up for our newsletter, click here.

Community

Events

Another great way to see what city church is about is to attend one of our other events. We hope to see you soon!

Stories of Grace highlight God’s grace through his people, church, and community. We invite you to learn more about City Church through these stories.

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