The Houston Youth Voters Conference will take place on Saturday, September 15th at Rice University from 9am-4pm! The Conference will be bringing together 5 Houston-area universities: Rice, UH, UHD, TSU, and Lone Star College to talk about the importance of voting, how to vote, how to get other students on our campuses to vote, and how to mobilize around specific policy issues that we care about.
Canterbury this Week: Sept 10-16
This week, Ladies’ Night kicks off on the west side of town; Guys’ Night returns; Grace Hour helps you open your Bible; GroupChat begins at TSU; and Ryan Hawthorne is preaching at The Gathering.
Suicide Prevention Week is a University of Houston initiative focused on raising awareness about suicide, how to support a friend or peer, and campus resources. The week features events, trainings, and conversations on-campus that are meant to encourage our commuinty speak up, reach out, and be informed. This year, the week will be held from […]
New things are beginning. Check out TSU GroupChat, drop in on Grace Hour at Bohemeo’s, or join us on the SE side for Ladies’ Night.
Grace Notes is a brief weekly reflection based on Grace Hour at Bohemeo’s (Tuesday nights, 7-8:30 pm). Join us and be part of the conversation, or take these conversations into your own community and see what happens.
This September is full of good things as a new semester begins. Check out the calendar, and think about what would feed your soul this semester.
Great stuff happening this week: Check out The Gathering and Grace Hour; drop by St. Luke for EAT. PRAY. GO.; join us for BBQ for a good cause. And mark your calendars for good things to come!
Grace Hour at Bohemeo’s on Tuesday nights kicks off this week. Join us for this weekly time to check-in and to explore your faith from the foundation up.
Get excited for all things Houston Canterbury happening at TSU this semester! Find out what is going on during Week One of the new semester, and check in with Maria Bautista Vargas, your campus missioner.
This week, we begin again. Don’t let it pass by without checking in with your campus missioners somehow, some way, and sign up for the Know Your Neighbor Ride.