Bayou City Fellowship

A Baptist (SBC) church in Houston, TX
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Who We Are

We are about Jesus. we want to be committed to Him and serve people in His name. (1 Peter 2:6-8, Matthew 4:19-20)

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Sunday: 09:15am and 11:00am

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2700 W Sam Houston Pkwy N
Houston, TX 77043-1608
(281) 846-5903

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Denomination:
Baptist (SBC)

Size: Medium

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Church Leader

Curtis  Jones
Curtis Jones

Curtis Jones was born and raised in Springfield, Missouri. He cut his spiritual teeth in a small country church where, on some Sundays, the congregation was made up of just three or four families. At the age of 17, Curtis began to sense God calling him to a life of ministry. Recognizing this call on his life, his pastor would arrange for Curtis to preach at churches in the area that needed ministers to fill in on Sunday mornings. God began shaping and refining his spiritual gifts, affirming his call, and placing within him a heart for preaching, teaching and leading. After graduating from Houston Baptist University he served churches and ministries in Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth, and Northeast England. In 2011, Curtis, his wife Amanda, and 60 friends joined together to start Bayou City Fellowship. BCF is committed to honoring God by bringing the gospel, hope and love to those who need it most. Curtis and Amanda live in Houston with their two children, Jackson and Annabeth.
Curtis Jones was born and raised in Springfield, Missouri. He cut his spiritual teeth in a small country church where, on some Sundays, the congregation was made up of just three or four families. At the age of 17, Curtis began to sense God calling him to a life of ministry. Recognizing this call on his life, his pastor would arrange for Curtis to preach at churches in the area that needed ministers to fill in on Sunday mornings. God began shaping and refining his spiritual gifts, affirming his call, and placing within him a heart for preaching, teaching and leading. After graduating from Houston Baptist University he served churches and ministries in Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth, and Northeast England. In 2011, Curtis, his wife Amanda, and 60 friends joined together to start Bayou City Fellowship. BCF is committed to honoring God by bringing the gospel, hope and love to those who need it most. Curtis and Amanda live in Houston with their two children, Jackson and Annabeth.