Christ-centered, multi-ethnic church intentionally welcoming the Holy Spirit into every affair that involves a human heart and expecting the love of Christ to transform lives every time.
RESONATE has a weekly Sunday worship gathering where we celebrate Christ in unity. Our services are designed to reach believers and unbelievers, young and old, rich and poor, those weeping and those rejoicing, as we point everyone to the unchanging grace of God and the hope found in Christ.
Additionally, we meet in what we call Discovery Communities in 5 cities throughout Galveston County. We have a threefold strategy of Meeting, Making, and Multiplying.
(1) We Meet our neighbors through engagement opportunities and community outreaches with a focus on building authentic relationships and making disciples.
(2) We then Make disciples as we do life together in missional communities, fresh expressions, and discipleship groups.
(3) Our purpose is then to reproduce or Multiply movement in our communities by equipping disciples to be disciple-makers and emerging pioneering leaders who can start or lead missional communities, fresh expressions, discipleship groups, or worship gatherings.
The rapidly growing Houston area continues to rank the fourth largest metro area in the United States behind New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Not only is the population huge, but the metropolitan area includes ten counties covering some 900 square miles and spreads some 50 miles in each direction. Galveston County is called Greater Houston, Texas, and is part of the Houston metropolitan area with a population of 297,990. The total number of households is 112,162 with 2.62 people per household on average.
Located on the southwest shoreline of Galveston Bay, Texas City is a busy deepwater port on Texas' Gulf Coast, as well as a petroleum refining and petrochemical manufacturing center. The Port of Texas City, operated by the Port of Texas City / Texas City Terminal Railway, is the eighth-largest port in the United States and the third-largest in Texas. The population is nearly 50,000 people, making it the third-largest city in Galveston County, behind League City and Galveston.