Sunday Morning

Bible Study - 9:00am
Multiply - 9:00am
Worship - 10:30am

Sunday Evening

Community Groups - 6:00pm

Wednesday Evening

Youth - 6:00pm
TeamKid - 6:00pm
Mid-Week Service - 6:30m

About Us

Bayshore Baptist Church is a place to call home. We are a fellowship of believers coming together throughout the week to study God’s Word, live what we learn and, in the process, grow closer to God and each other. We focus on reaching people for Christ and invite you to be a part of “Building Lives Together” at Bayshore.

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Our Beliefs

We believe that the Bible is the Word of God, divinely inspired; that it is inerrant in the original manuscripts and preserved by God for us; that it is authoritative for this church and each of us for every age.

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Our Staff

At Bayshore, we have a staff that's passionate about Christ, committed to the church, and involved in the community.

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February 10, 2019

God is sovereign even in persecution and suffering. Intense persecution caused the early church in Jerusalem to become scattered. Jesus told them beforehand, that this was to be. Jesus’ words to this end were recorded in Luke: 13-13. “But before all this they will lay their hands on you and persecute you, delivering you up to the synagogues and prisons, and you will be brought before kings and governors for my name's sake.  This will be your opportunity to bear witness.” And bear witness, they did. In the midst of horrific persecution, they continued to proclaim the Gospel. Their love for Jesus and the Gospel was greater than their love of the world. Very often they were beaten,  imprisoned, and lost everything: homes, families, possessions, even their lives. That is a radical devotion. The harsh reality is that Christian suffering has historically been one of the greatest means by which God advances His kingdom in our lost world. Do you love and cherish Jesus so much, that you would be willing to endure this kind of persecution?  

February 03, 2019

Stephen was one of the “Seven” that we learned about, last week. One of the first deacons of the church. He was also the first follower of Christ to die a martyr’s death. Stephen had been elected to serve as one of the next generation of leaders in the early church. He was a man “full of grace and power,” and was one through whom God “was doing great wonders and signs among the people.” And we see that he was as bold and knowledgeable as any of the apostles in regard to proclaiming the truth, regardless of what it may cost him. This story of Stephen, does it remind you of anyone? In some ways, the martyrdom of Stephen parallels the death of Christ. Like Christ, Stephen was called to testify before the Sanhedrin, and falsely accused. Stephen made a choice. He chose to speak the truth about God fully aware that his decision could cost him his life. And it did. Stephen follows Jesus’ example, even emulating His final words as he enters eternity: “Lord, do not hold this sin against them.” After his conversation experience, the theme of Paul's life was "to live is Christ, and to die is gain." Stephen proved to be a stunning example of this. God has given each of us a race to run. Are you running yours in a manner worthy of the Gospel? Worthy of the sacrifice Christ made for you? Stephen surely did. His was a life well lived, and well finished!

January 27, 2019

It didn't take long, before problems arose in the early church. The church was growing exponentially, and when a large group of people gather together, what inevitably happens? Disunity, and grumbling. These two problems were huge challenges faced by the early church, and the apostles acted decisively regarding them both. People problems can derail a church, rather quickly. Godly leadership keeps it’s God-given priorities in perspective, and the number one priority of their ministry was discipleship. They did not allow preferences to take priority over the mission. The solution was to multiply leadership, and they needed these men of God to serve. They did not impose a solution, rather they invited the congregation to be part of the solution, by selecting seven capable, servant-minded, godly men. These men would become the first deacons of the church, freeing the apostles to devote themselves to prayer, discipleship, teaching, and advancing the Gospel; in other words, fulfilling the Great Commission. Join Pastor Ben as he begins to guide us through the 6th chapter of Acts.

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COMMUNITY GROUPS

Meet Sunday nights at various homes. To find a group in your area, contact the church office.

Bible Study

Bible study classes are available Sunday mornings at 9:00 am for all ages and stages of life.

Women’s Ministry

An uplifting, supportive and inspirational group of women who meet throughout the year.

Men’s Ministry

Join us for monthly fellowship, Bible study, ministry to our community and fun events.

Children’s Ministry

Laying the foundations for faith, ministering to kids and families.

Student Ministry

Leading students to Christ and equipping them to deepen their relationship in order to reach their community with the gospel.

Senior Adults Ministry

Stay tuned for information on the re-launch of our Senior Adults Ministry.

Food Pantry

Provides food for the church members and the community through a partnership with the Houston Food bank and food/monetary donations by church members.

Bayshore Learning Center

Provides quality childcare for 6 months through Pre-K. We provide faith-based opportunities for each child to explore, wonder, question, create and play while engaging in age appropriate learning centers. For more information call 281-471-0949. www.bayshorelearningcenter.org

Bayshore Baptist Church

11315 Spencer Hwy
La Porte, Texas 77571
(281) 471-0332

Office Hours:
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