Calvary Houston is a thriving non-denominational church located in Friendswood, Texas.

Pastored by Ron Hindt for 25+ years, our vision is to WORSHIP the Lord, WIN the lost, DISCIPLE the saints, and SEND them out into the world with the love of Christ.

We believe it is the job of the church to feed the sheep. Healthy sheep beget more healthy sheep.

We teach through the Bible line upon line, precept upon precept, in order that the church might grow up into maturity and affect the world around us.

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Momentum - The Book of Acts

Get Real: The Book of 1st John

1st John, written by the Apostle John around A.D. 85-95, is an eye-opening epistle that assures the believer of salvation and eternal life when placing their faith in Jesus Christ. The epistle also confronts false doctrine of Gnosticism that had become a serious problem in the second century.

As John writes this letter he is black and white about our walks with the Lord. There is no grey area when it comes to our walks with the Lord. That said, we’ve entitled this book “Get Real” as the Holy Spirit calls us to evaluate our hearts, to be real with ourselves and ask ourselves, does my walk match my talk or am I just going through the motions.

Check out this video on the Books of 1-3 John.

YOU’RE INVITED! Sunday mornings at 9:00 & 11:00 in the Main Sanctuary.


The Book of Romans

Foundations - The Book of Romans

The book of Romans is considered by many to be the Apostle Paul’s greatest letter. Written from Corinth during his third missionary journey, it covers many of the churches essential doctrines.

Paul wrote this letter to establish the believers in their faith and encourage them to live out the gospel.

The word gospel, meaning good news, is used 60 times in this letter. This is a book packed with doctrine and packed with good news! It is nothing short of foundational for the life of every believer.

Check out these videos (Part 1 and Part 2) on the Book of Romans.

YOU’RE INVITED! Wednesday evenings at 7:00 PM in the Fellowship Hall.


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