We confess that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the Living God, And proclaim Him the Lord and Savior of the World.
This confession serves as the binding tie that draws us together as a family of common faith, inviting us to share life in open-minded conversations and authentic relationships. If you are searching for a faith community that looks like this, then welcome home to Kingwood Christian Church.
Kingwood Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) was founded in 1977 when a group of interested families responded to an ad in the local newspaper about the organization of a Disciples of Christ church in the Humble/Kingwood area. Thirty people gathered in the Forest Cove home of Frank and Joyce Coupal on Sunday, May 1, 1977, and Kingwood Christian Church was born. At the time, Kingwood was in its infancy, and the nearest Disciples of Christ congregation was 30 miles away. Services were first held in the Woodland Hills community room and then at Woodland Hills Elementary, where every chair, table, and hymnal had to be loaded and unloaded into a trailer for worship each Sunday. In 1983, our first building, a multi-purpose metal building was completed. Completion of our current sanctuary on West Lake Houston Parkway was finished in 2001. Many of the original members are still an active part of the KWCC family today.
On October 7, 2018, Kingwood Christian Church followed God into a new chapter in our ongoing story. After over a year of prayer and planning, we created “The Table” service, a unique, authentic, and inclusive worshiping community. The Table is a fresh expression of our collective heart and calling to be an “open and inclusive faith community committed to learning and practicing the teachings of Jesus.” At Kingwood Christian Church, we follow in the footsteps of Jesus, where everyone is welcome, included, and celebrated as an image-bearer of God.
*We are currently offering one combined Worship Service on Sundays at 11am due to COVID-19.
The Traditions Service meets at 11:15am in the sanctuary The Table Service meets at 10:00am in the fellowship hall
Sermons with both scriptural foundation and real-life application
Excellent music in a variety of styles and traditions
Shared leadership among men and women, of all ages, ordained ministers and volunteer laypersons
Communionis central to our understanding of church and worship and offered weekly. Regardless of membership or background, newcomer or long-timer, ALL who gather are welcome to share in this sacred remembrance of Christ. (Gluten-free communion options are available at both services.)
At THE TABLE Service, we come forward to receive communion by intinction.
At THE TRADITIONS Service, we serve one another by passing communion trays as we are seated.
Rev. Dr. Chad Mattingly Senior Minister
Rev. Margaret Maat Associate Minister, Leadership Development