Sunday Morning

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

Sunday Evening

Community Groups - 6:00pm

Wednesday Evening

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

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

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April 21, 2019

“Worthy are you, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by your will they existed and were created.” — Revelation 4:11 (ESV). We are the greatest of His creation, but sometimes we foolishly and pridefully think that we are complete in and of ourselves. But without Him, we are nothing. We are created to worship, not to be worshiped. What would cause you to bend your knee, to bow before the creator of the universe? While it may be a good place to start, it takes a bit more that an appearance at church on Easter and/or Christmas to make us right with God. Actually, there’s nothing at all that we can do to make us right with God. It is only by the Blood of the Lamb that we are justified before our Almighty God. Christ freely and selflessly sacrificed Himself for us… He ransomed you and me, ”while we were yet sinners.” And today we celebrate His resurrection from the grave. If that isn’t cause for bended knee, then what is?

April 14, 2019

Christian. It was the name given by the Romans authorities, probably meant as an insult, to the followers of Jesus and was first used at Antioch. Literally, it means “Christlike.” A Christian not only professes a belief in Jesus as the Christ, but also manifests the qualities or spirit of Christ. Carefully consider the following question: Would your co-workers, neighbors, family, friends… those in your life outside of our faith community call you a “Christian” because of your distinctly different life, or mostly because you have self-designated that you are a “Christian?” A Christian is a faithful follower of Christ. And what does it mean to be faithful? Jesus sums it up nicely in Mathew 22:37, where He says, “…You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.” Today is Palm Sunday, so it is a good day to ask yourself, “How am I doing with my faithfulness?”

April 07, 2019

Contrary to what popular culture may have to say about the subject, all roads do not lead to heaven; there’s only one. Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. The only hope for salvation, is through faith in Jesus Christ, and the Bible makes that perfectly clear. It's not who your daddy is. It's not where you were born, where you live, or what the color of your skin may be. It's not even how good of a person you may be. The earliest Christians were who? Jews who had converted from Judaism.  While the Jews were God’s chosen people, and they received the Gospel first, they missed a key truth. God is calling to all peoples, and all nations. And He wants for us to be unified in Christ. We see in the scriptures that the Jewish converts didn't get it. Not even the apostle Peter. They viewed the gentiles as unworthy of the Gospel. But, Peter received divine revelation that God grants salvation to all people, irrespective of ethnic or religious background. And as proof of that, we see the Holy Spirit being poured out onto the Gentile believers in Acts chapter 10. This was a new, fuller understanding of the gospel for Peter and for the church and it challenged many religious and ethnic boundaries that had been in place for the Jewish people for centuries. Acts 10:34-35 says, “So Peter opened his mouth and said: ‘Truly I understand that God shows no partiality, but in every nation anyone who fears him and does what is right is acceptable to him.’”

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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:
M-Th 8am-2pm

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