Trunk or Treat
Saturday at 10:00 AM
Gloria Dei is an inspired place where the church gathers to lift in praise and worship the greatness of God. Following the church calendar, we have special observances during Advent, Holy Week, and the season of Pentecost.
We also have special services unique to Gloria Dei throughout the year such as Rodeo Sunday, Freedom Sunday, Give Thanks Sunday, and Jingle Jam.
We offer 3 different service styles every Sunday at Gloria Dei, including an afternoon service in Spanish. Each service is Christ centered, Bible-based and is relevant and applicable to daily living.
This structured worship experience uses elements of the Divine Settings from the Lutheran Service Book (2006) and other expressions of traditional worship with organ, piano, and choir. Learn more.
This style of worship provides the opportunity for individuals and families from all backgrounds to praise and glorify God through a fresh, modern worship experience. Music ranges in style from modern praise and worship songs to contemporary hymn melodies and modern hymn settings. Learn more.
La iglesia Gloria dei es para toda la familia con música y un mensaje evangélico en español. Por favor, acompáñanos! Para más información, comuníquese con Baudilio at 832.692.6159 o gdlc.org/iglesia-gloria-dei/.
Communion is generally observed on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays of each month in addition to special liturgical days such as Christmas Eve, Holy Week, and Easter.
Worship services are live-streamed at gdlc.online.church.
In order to equip and train you to grow and live out your faith as a disciple, we have dedicated time on Sunday mornings for engaging with God’s Word in community with age-appropriate ministry environments for , and between services from 9:45-10:45am. Sunday morning Discipleship Hour is meant to be a primer catapulting us back into our daily lives as every-day missionaries where we live, work, learn, and play.
Discipleship happens within the context of community and living life together. There is a depth of learning that can only happen when we have people to imitate. The early Church had a rhythm of life together between the temple (Sunday mornings) and the home as they ate together, cared for one another, and met the needs of their community. Small Groups are our primary context for living life together on mission.