Who is Sandbox Church?
We are a community of market place professionals, both married and single, with a desire to develop a deep and authentic faith, build rock-solid families and driven to impact the community around us. We are imperfect people, rescued by a perfect Savior, growing into our God-given purpose together. We are committed to a life of love in our homes, our workplaces and our community.
In business, a sandbox is a place where one can fully develop an idea or product before releasing it. A core function of Sandbox church is leading people into the fullness of Christ in a safe environment where one can learn, grow and make mistakes. It is also a place of collaboration, unity and fusion of gifting. Our church is passionate about developing and launching our people beyond the Sandbox.
We are located at: 1415 S Voss Rd, Houston, TX 77057. Second Floor. We are in the same center as the Pei Wei on Voss Rd between San Felipe St and Woodway Dr.
Services are on Sundays and start promptly @ 9:30 AM. Come early and enjoy an amazing cup of coffee with us!
We are located inside of a shopping center and we want to be as accommodating to our neighbors as we can. There is parking available near and around the CVS pharmacy. Feel free to also park around the Wells Fargo Bank.
Be on the lookout for members of our parking ministry team who are happy to assist you with finding a place to park:)
"The heart of man plans his way, but the Lord establishes his steps" - Proverbs 16:9 (ESV)
Watch Sunday's Message!
Implementable Christianity-”Would You Go to Prison for Your Passion?” (Ephesians 3:1-11)
Message Preview: If you have been going to training for years and still don’t know how to do something, there is something wrong! It is by the Holy Spirit that we learn and understand what God has to say to us. Imagine if Paul had not had the passion to share Jesus that he did - none of us would be here because we are all Gentiles. Our task as Christians is to reconcile people to God. We need to honestly ask ourselves if we really have a passion to do that If not, it is not a condemnation, but a call to action to pray and ask God to give us that passion.