Baptist Temple was founded in 1908 and some things have changed very little in our 108-year history. We still believe God, church, and friends should be a significant part of life. Our worship still includes traditional hymns, scripture readings, prayers, and a sermon. However, many things are different, and better than ever. In addition to the cherished components of our historic past, you will find a young ministerial staff, new ministries, and unique opportunities for service.
A rich history. A thriving present.
An Exciting Future.
“In keeping with Heights tradition, our goal is to restore something historic and make it useful and beautiful again.”
Here’s what is going on at Baptist Temple
Service of Hope and Remembrance – Sunday, November 27, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. – Baptist Temple recognizes that holiday season can be difficult for some. You are invited to join us for prayers, hymns, and remembering our loved ones who have passed away. The congregation is encouraged to invite family members, friends, and other guests to this meaningful and significant service.
You can find a recent article in the Houston Chronicle about our construction project by clicking here.
You can read an article about one of our former Pastors, T. C. Jester, in the Houston Chronicle by clicking here.
The Second Sunday of Advent
Something Is About to Happen:
Making the Necessary Preparations
December 4, 2016
Speaking from the heart –
Members of Baptist Temple share their experience.
“We’re not as big or influential as we were when I first joined, but I like us now. We are a family of believers that care about each other, and we are a light for lots of people in this community. I think that is all God wants from any of us.”
“I didn’t know anyone at the church, but they welcomed me in a loving way, and Baptist Temple has been my church home and church family ever since. I am very excited about Baptist Temple’s future.”
“God led us to Baptist Temple, and we have become more solid in our faith, growing in the Spirit of God. I praise God for allowing me to be a part of this church to watch not only myself grow, but also my children.”