10:00 AM



Worship with us in person at Birnham Woods Elementary on Sundays at 10:00 am.  Wondering what to expect? 


  • Face coverings required in building (per Conroe ISD guidelines)

  • The worship space is very large! Some chairs will be set up ahead of time and others will be available so you can set up where you feel most comfortable.

  • Six-foot physical distance between households encouraged.

  • Sanitizer & extra masks will be available.

  • When offered, individually packaged communion will be available.

  • Restroom & baby changing station  available.



Participate in worship via live stream along with others.

Use the chat feature to connect with other online folks. After worship, join the online hosts for a "digital coffee break" via Zoom.

As of Easter Sunday 2021, we are back in the building!

This "What To Expect" video is in need of an update but it can give you an idea of what the feel of a worship service with Lazarus may look like.

What to Expect


As of April 2021, we are meeting indoors at Birnham Woods Elementary School in the Falls at Imperial Oaks neighborhood. Enter the parking lot by the school sign and look for the main entrance (under the large portico).

Face Coverings

Conroe ISD requires face coverings for adults & children (elementary-age and up) in the building. If you forgot a mask at home, look for the welcome table as you enter -- we've got you covered! 


Worship begins at 10:00am but our team begins setup closer to 9:00am so feel free to come early and get settled in (if you brought your coffee with you, this would be a great time to enjoy a quiet moment before worship begins). The service lasts approximately 50 minutes. Running late? That’s okay. We promise it's not a disruption to join late so come on!



We’ll be explaining each part of the service as we experience it. God's people have been gathering for worship for thousands of years, so we like to include the best of many centuries in our worship services. Don't be surprised when we speak the Apostles' Creed (which finds its roots as early as the first century) followed by a song that was written a few years ago! You’ll hear a mix of acoustic-guitar driven renditions of modern songs and traditional hymns led by our worship team (which is a little smaller than usual as a precaution). You’ll also be invited to participate in spoken responses including confession & forgiveness, prayers, the Apostles’ Creed, and Bible verses. The words will be available in our weekly digital bulletin which you can pull up on your phone (or grab a paper copy if that's your preference). Each Sunday, we celebrate either a baptism or communion.


Do you play an instrument? Know how to sing harmonies? Connect with our worship leader!


After Worship

Immediately after worship, you'll notice folks lingering around for physically-distant socializing. This pandemic has really put a damper on our social calendar! As one person put it, "My company has me working from home for the foreseeable future. I MISS PEOPLE!"


If you didn't do so during the service, please take a minute to fill out a digital connect card. When you fill out a connect card with your name, email, and phone number, we’ll send a $5 donation in your name to your choice of one of three local charities. We’d love to get to know you better and invite you back to worship as well as to community events including Locals. You can expect a phone call or email the week following the service, but if you think of something you'd like to talk about before then, you can always contact Pastor Mark directly.



Parents, you've got a tough job. Most of us are parents or grandparents so we get it. If there is anything we can do to make your life easier, let us know. Children are just as welcome in worship as adults and because of the interactive nature of worship (from catchy songs to prayers & creeds that are easily memorized even from a young age), we welcome kids to participate in worship with their families! To help facilitate this, we have a couple recommendations that might help you out: 


Babies & Toddlers: Need a diaper change? A fully-stocked changing station is located near the bathrooms (indoors). Worried your baby or toddler will make noise? We aren't! The Bible tells us "make a joyful noise to the Lord" (Psalm 100:1) and there is no more joyful sound than children playing. The best thing we can teach children at this developmental stage is that church is a fun, safe place to be. Some parents bring a picnic blanket and (non-noise-making) toys for their littles.


Young Children: Each Sunday, our Lazarus Kids team puts together a one-time-use paper bag of crayons, coloring sheets, and other items based on the service theme. We have children's Bibles available that can be borrowed during the service (don't have one at home? take one of ours!). As our church grows, our ministry to kids will grow as well. If you would be interested in getting involved in hosting a class for elementary age children during the sermon, contact DCE LauraWant more information about helping your elementary age child participate more fully in their faith right now? Contact Pastor Mark.


Older Children: Youth in 6th-12th grade are invited to worship with their parents. As our church grows, our ministry to kids will grow as well. If you would be interested in getting involved in a ministry for 6th-12th graders, contact DCE Laura. Want more information about helping your 6th-12th grader participate more fully in their faith right now? Contact Pastor Mark.




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