BLUEGRASS, BEATLES, AND BARBECUEPARISH PICNIC AND FIREWORKS DISPLAY
Food, Festivities and Fun for families with younger children
Student Life Center
Beatles, Bluegrass, and Barbecue for those without young children but who are still ready to celebrate · Bagby Parish Hall Picnic Meal in both locations
Fellowship and fun for all ages!
We have an amazing Homecoming Saturday on tap with fun and fellowship for all ages! Come enjoy barbecue sandwiches, music by The Kingdom Pickers, featuring our own Russ and Laura Levenson, Tom and Haley Lynch, Michael Lisenbe, Kelly Doyle, and Marshall Graves. You will hear bluegrass favorites mixed with Beatles songs that will have you singing along before you know it. The evening ends with fireworks!
Rain or shine, kids will enjoy activities such as board games, crafts, corn-hole tosses, bounce houses, face painting, and more! Popcorn, cotton candy, and other special treats will make it a memorable event for young and old alike. Teens and tweens will also enjoy food, music, activities, and volunteering.
To equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ. –Ephesians 4:12
THE RT. REV. DON A. WIMBERLY The Rt. Rev. Don A. Wimberly is retired from full-time ministry and lives in Roswell, Georgia, with his wife, Wendy. He is the former diocesan bishop of two Episcopal dioceses: Texas (Houston) and Lexington, Kentucky. Wimberly was ordained to the priesthood in 1971 and served parishes in New York, Louisiana, Kansas, and Florida before becoming bishop of the Diocese of Lexington. He then served as assistant bishop in Texas for three years before his 2002 election as bishop of the Diocese of Texas. He served in that role for seven years. Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1937, he attended Louisiana State University and later earned a master of divinity from Virginia Theological Seminary. He holds doctor of divinity degrees from VTS and the University of the South, Sewanee, where he served as chancellor from 1997 to 2003.
The Rt. Rev. Don A. Wimberly
Honorary Co-Chairs of the Building for the Ages Campaign:
The Honorable James A. Baker, III and Mrs. Susan Garrett Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Neil and Maria Bush
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Three Worship Services with Holy Eucharist
First Sunday Service in Christ Chapel with Holy Eucharist and Homily
Parishioners who like an early service will enjoy this beautiful and intimate service in an inspiring space. Those whose schedules will not allow them to attend longer services on Homecoming Sunday will find this service offers a perfect way to be part of the celebration.
First Family Table Service in Parish Life Center
Blessing, Dedication, and Consecration with Holy Eucharist, Homily, and Celebratory Music
Gather outside in the area near the Parish Life Center and the Children’s Life Center as we consecrate this Holy space. We will then move into this new home for contemporary worship giving thanks and celebrating the many blessings God has bestowed.
Building for the Ages Special Recognitions
Don’t miss this short, but important ceremony, where we recognize many who made special contributions. We will welcome special guests and give thanks.
Building for the Ages Celebratory Worship Service with Holy Eucharist, Homily, and Celebratory Music
We will welcome Bishop Don A. Wimberly to this very special service. Please make plans to join us.
Following the 11:15 a.m. service, you won’t want to miss self-guided, campus-wide tours where you will be greeted at each location by a trained docent or guide. Come see our new places that will build community and serve Christ for decades to come.
Outreach Food Drive for CCSC Student Life Center
Drop boxed and canned goods at the drive-up station under the Student Life Center’s porte cochère.
ARCHITECT–Jackson & Ryan Architects
2370 Rice Blvd., Suite 210, Houston, Texas 77005
GENERAL CONTRACTOR–Tellepsen Builders, LP
777 Benmar Drive, Suite 400, Houston, Texas 77060
PROJECT MANAGER–Steadfast Construction Services, LLC