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Thu., Jul 31St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Jul 31St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Jul 31St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Fri., Aug 01Parish Choir 2014 Tour to Eastern Europe
Parish Choir Tour to Eastern Europe
August 1-11, 2014


Members of the St. Martin's Parish Choir will be representing our Parish in concerts in Salzburg, Vienna and Prague.

For information about the tour, please contact Justin Jacobson at 713/985-3838 or email here
Thu., Aug 07St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Aug 07St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Aug 07St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Aug 14St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Aug 14St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Aug 14St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Aug 21St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Aug 21St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Aug 21St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Aug 28St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Aug 28St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Aug 28St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Sep 04St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Sep 04St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Sep 04St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Sep 11St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Sep 11St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Sep 11St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Sep 18St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Sep 18St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Sep 18St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Sep 25St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Sep 25St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Sep 25St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 02St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 02St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 02St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 09St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 09St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 09St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 16St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 16St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 16St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 23St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 23St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 23St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 30St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 30St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Oct 30St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Nov 06St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Nov 06St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Nov 06St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Nov 13St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Nov 13St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Nov 13St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Nov 20St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Nov 20St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Nov 20St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Nov 27St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Nov 27St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Nov 27St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Dec 04St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Dec 04St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Dec 04St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Dec 11St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Dec 11St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Dec 11St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Dec 18St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Dec 18St. Martin's Bell Choir (rehearsal)
The St. Martin's Bell Choir is welcoming new ringers. The ability to read music is encouraged. The love and enthusiasm for music is strongly nurtured in this group. The art of handbell ringing is an outgrowth of the ancient art of change ringing in the English Cathedrals and is an art currently practiced by such groups as the Dorothy Shaw Handbell group who have appeared in years past at St. Martin's. We rehearse Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 PM in Founders' Hall. Call Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820 for more information.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Dec 18St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Dec 25St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Dec 25St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Jan 01St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Jan 01St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Jan 08St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Jan 08St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Jan 15St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Jan 15St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Jan 22St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Jan 22St. Martin's Choir (rehearsal)
St. Martin's Choir is a rewarding place of service to the Lord and our congregation. Singing for the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services, the Choir enjoys being accompanied by our terrific Gloria Dei Organ. A variety of classical music, renewal songs and traditional hymns give members opportunities to learn and appreciate the many different styles of sacred music composed for Christians and the Church. Part singing is a standard practice. New members find strong support from seasoned singers in the Choir who provide encouragement and support. Try us out! We're welcoming and pleased to see new faces. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:15 PM in the Choir Hall.

Contact Dr. David Henning at 713/985-3820.

Child care may be provided for age 0 - Pre-K, with advance reservation. Contact your event coordinator to reserve child care, or click here to read more about our policy.

Note: This group sings for some holidays, but will not meet during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.
Thu., Jan 29St. Cecilia Guild
The St. Cecilia Guild assists the Music Ministry. The efforts include working with the extensive music library, preparing music files for the adult and children's choirs, and occasionally organizing refreshments for choir members. We also need help with the children's choir; those with organizational skills are sought to monitor attendance. For information, contact David Henning, D.M.A. at 713/985-3820.

Note: This group will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact the group leader for updates.