Sundays | 9am & 10:30am | The Woodlands, TX

Easter at faith bible

Sunday, April 9 | 8, 9:30, & 11am

Celebrate Easter With Us!

Easter is just around the corner, and we are looking forward to praising Jesus for entering our lives, sacrificing His life on our behalf, and defeating sin and death forevermore. We hope you'll join us for Easter Sunday and the many worship opportunities leading up to Easter.  

Outdoor Family Night
March 23 | 6pm | Faith Bible Courtyard
Bring your own dinner and lawn chair, and join us for outdoor worship.

Palm Sunday
April 2 | 9am  & 10:30am

Good Friday
April 7 | 7pm
Childcare for 0-3 years

Easter Sunday
April 9 | 8am, 9:30am, & 11am
Enjoy an egg hunt, free coffee, and photo opportunities in between services.
Childcare for 0-3 years

Connect With Us!

Our Location
5505 Research Forest Drive
The Woodlands, TX 77381
Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday at 9am-5pm
Regular Worship Services:
Sundays at 9am & 10:30am
(in-person and LIVE online)
Easter Services:
8am, 9:30am, & 11am
(in-person and LIVE online)


What denomination is Faith Bible?
Faith Bible is a non-denominational church, such as we are not affiliated with any major denomination or group of churches. That said, Bible churches can have some or many things in common with other Bible churches around the country and world. We also love the fact that we regularly and joyfully collaborate with many other local churches of various denominations, choosing to pray for them regularly as partners in building the Kingdom of God in our city.

What will Good Friday be like?
Good Friday takes place the Friday before Easter and is a time when we reflect on the death of Jesus Christ. The service begins at 7pm and includes worship, a celebration of The Lord's Supper, and a short teaching from God's Word. Please note, childcare is available for ages 0-3 years.

What will Easter be like?
Easter is a celebratory day when we rejoice in the resurrection of Jesus and the new life we have in Him! We will gather for three identical Easter services at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Our Easter service looks much like a Sunday morning service. We will sing songs of worship, pray, read Scripture, and spend time together after the service. Join us in the courtyard and the foyer in between each service for donuts, coffee, family photo opportunities, and an egg hunt for the kids! Please note, nursery care will be available, but there will be no kids, student, or adult programming. We encourage you to bring your entire family to the service!

How big is the church?
That’s hard to say, actually. Let’s break it down a bit. In a typical Sunday morning worship service of mostly adults, you may be among 500 or so other folks in the worship center. That’s in either one of our two services. We have hundreds of kids in our Kids. Ministry at the same time, as well as around 150 students. All together, our church family is well over 1,000 people and growing every week.

How much will I be "harassed" when I show up as a first-time visitor?
We know this is a big concern so let’s be clear. No harassment. At. All. No forced identification or singling you out. But we do want every guest and visitor to know where they can get information or ask a question. For that we have a clearly marked Guest Services area just outside of the worship center. There will be lots of friendly faces greeting you in the parking lot, at each door and there at Guest Services. But if you need anything, Guest Services is where to go. To be frank, you’re always surrounded by people that can and will help you however you need. Just ask. If you want to be anonymous and quiet for a little while, that’s okay too. But we really hope you don’t stay hidden for too long.

What should I wear?
Our Good Friday, Easter, and Sunday services are very casual. Many of our pastors love blue jeans and button-up shirts. Yet folks who want to wear a suit would not be out of place, and, believe it or not, neither would the guy in shorts and flip-flops. We just come as we are comfortable without making too big of a deal about it.

What kind of music will be played during worship?
A full band - piano, drums, bass guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, occasional strings - leads us in worship every Sunday. The songs we sing are diverse in style and age but typically we gravitate towards recent songs that are thoroughly Biblical, often singing the very words of Scripture.