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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March 24, 2019

In Genesis 1:3, it is written, “And God said, ‘Let there be light,’ and there was light.” Have you ever paused to consider the implications of that? He spoke, and it came to be. Do we stop to ponder the meaning of truths, such as this? Or, do we gloss over them? The Psalmist stated it perfectly in the words of Psalm 145:3… “Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised, and his greatness is unsearchable.” If we're honest with ourselves, we cannot even begin to imagine the greatness God, His infinite nature. Do you marvel at the power and majesty God? God is moving mightily in our day and in our midst; His work didn't stop at Creation. As much as we may be inclined to think of ourselves (and we are the greatest of His creation), the greatness of God is beyond our ability to fully grasp. But, through meditation on the Word and the majesty of God, we can get a glimpse of it. For it is in Him, and through Him, that we have our being. Without Him, we do not exist.

March 17, 2019

Upon Paul’s unlikely conversion, he goes from being a persecutor of the disciples, to being a disciple, himself. Within  days, Paul is proclaiming Jesus in the synagogues, and proving to the people that Jesus is the Christ. We learned, last week, that God had chosen Paul as His instrument to bring the Gospel to the Gentiles, and he begins his mission in Arabia. In fact, Paul becomes so effective in his ministry that the Jews actually plot to kill him. And, in a total role reversal, it is the Christians of Damascus who protect Paul from persecution. Upon his return to Jerusalem, he was (understandably) greeted with skepticism. But, he found an powerful advocate in Barnabas, who testified as to the genuineness of his conversion. Barnabas’ love for Paul became a catalyst for much more ministry between the two, and Barnabas clearly saw in Paul the emergence of a powerful leader for God’s kingdom. God moved mightily through Paul, in his ministry to the Gentiles. And the Kingdom advances beyond Jerusalem, to the ends of the earth.

March 10, 2019

An unlikely convert. A person you might think is so far from God, that there is no possible way for a saving relationship with Jesus Christ. You probably know a few…perhaps even you are (or were) one. The church is full of them. There are certainly many unlikely converts in the New Testament. Today, we learn that God had an incredible plan for Paul (Saul), who was perhaps the most zealous persecutor of the Christian church. By the Grace of God, Paul's dramatic conversion experience occurred on the road to Damascus…while on his way to murder more Christians. In an instant, he was radically transformed. Paul was God's chosen instrument to bring the Gospel to the gentiles, and as an enemy of the Church, who could possibly have a more powerful testimony? Is there someone in your life who is so lost, so far from God, that you think to be irredeemable? God placed that person in your life. Could it be that you are God's chosen instrument to bring the Gospel to that person?

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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.

Bayshore Baptist Church

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

Office Hours:
M-Th 8am-2pm

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