Redeeming Word

Community Church

A W Jones Elementary
7903 Forest Point Drive
Humble, TX 77338
832-301-8267
ourrwcc@gmail.org
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OUR VISION

We believe that the Great Commission and the Great Commandment are the keys to building a Great Church. It is with this mandate from Christ that we are committed to seeing people from all walks of life become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. In short, we envision a disciple-making church committed to multiplication among those living in Houston’s Northeast Harris County communities.
It is our dream not just to become a large church of 1000 or more people but to see the birth of a network of neighborhood community churches, committed to unified vision and mission while living out a set of core values that shape or fellowship. We believe God is calling us to plant a collective of churches in urban communities throughout Northeast Harris County. We long for the day when multiple neighborhood community churches will be worshipping and living on mission together. Hence the mantra “We are better Together!"
We believe that a disciple is not just someone that occasionally attends a worship service, but those committed to the local church through corporate and private worship, engaged in the relational and spiritual life of the church as an active member doing life in a  community group with other members of the local body. Additionally, we believe a disciple of Jesus Christ is committed to reaching those far from Christ by all available means, to include sharing their faith, giving of their finances, time and talent for the building of the Kingdom of God and the local church as a visible witness to a watching world.
 

OUR WORSHIP

When should I arrive?
Our Sunday Morning Worship Celebration starts at 10 AM. We invite you to arrive a few minutes early and pick up a guest packet on your way into the auditorium.  we want you to know we will be glad to have you as our guest.
 
Where should I go?
Our Sunday Gatherings are held at A.W. Jones Elementary School: 7903 Forest Point Drive, Humble, TX 77338
 
What about my kids?
We are passionate about communicating the truth of the gospel in age-appropriate ways. Thus, we provide Kingdom Kids for children ages 3 years old through 3rd grade. Our children join us in the auditorium for family worship and during the meet and greet are released to Kingdom Kids for a time of age-appropriate teaching.
 
What should I wear?
Our Sunday Gatherings are casual and familial. We’re a church for people from all walks of life. Please wear whatever is most comfortable for you.
 
What happens on a Sunday?
Every Sunday, we pray together, we sing songs together, we celebrate Jesus together, we hear and respond to the message together. A typical worship service at Redeeming Word Community Church is a little over an hour, however, you’ll notice that after church many of our people are hanging out in the foyer together or going to eat a Sunday meal together.
 
Questions?
If you have any other questions regarding our Sunday Worship please contact us.
 

OUR PASTOR

Deon was raised in Houston, Texas. His mother introduced him to Jesus at an early age and as a result he later heard the gospel preached at the church his uncle pastored and God opened his heart. He later joined and was baptized at Greater Pure Light in Houston, Texas. After being there for about 2 years, he joined the Good Shepherd Baptist Church where he faithful served for over 13 years in multiple capacities from usher, Sunday school teacher, deacon, ordained minister and elder.
 
After graduating from the College of Biblical Studies along with teaching he also began to create teaching curriculums for vacation bible school, Sunday school and bible study classes. Through these experiences God has given him passion to lead today’s unchurched generation to a closer, more intimate relationship with God. To such a degree, they become worshippers of God with a passion to help enhance the Kingdom.
 
Deon is married to Shiwanna Archer and look forward to God blessing them with children someday. Deon joined the ministry of Higher Expectations Church with the blessing the Good Shepherd Baptist Church leadership in 2016, where he is serving as the resident church-planting intern with the goal of planting in early 2019 in Northeast Harris County.