THOUGHTS FROM OUR PASTOR
Remember with me the poignant words of King Solomon found in Ecclesiastes 3:1-8: There’s a season for everything and a time for every matter under the heavens: 2 a time for giving birth and a time for dying, a time for planting and a time for uprooting what was...
This Sunday July 5th, we will not be gathering for in person worship but instead will be live-streaming both our 8:30 and 11:00 am worship services. As this is the first Sunday of the month, we will once again celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion together -...
By now, I pray all of you reading this have received both the news and the detailed plans for the resumption of in-person worship services beginning this Sunday June 7th. Since these plans were originally communicated on Tuesday of this week, there has been one...
Making Our Way Through Turbulent Waters One of my favorite psalms is possibly one of yours as well…I’m speaking of the 23rd Psalm which is one of the psalms that King David wrote. Remember it again with me as I share from the King James translation: Psalm 23 - A Psalm...
REV STEVE MOSS
What a joy it is to serve as Senior Pastor of China Spring United Methodist Church. I have been blessed to walk alongside the church in completing the building process for both of our current ministry buildings, the Youth building and the Main Building. The new location and new buildings enable us, not only to continue our existing ministries to the community as we move forward in service and faith, but also to offer new opportunities for ministry bringing the good news of Jesus Christ to the world.
God has placed a passion within me to share my faith in Christ with others. I delight in helping people deepen their relationship with Christ and discover both how they can share their faith story and how they can identify their own unique God given gifts to serve those in need.
I continue to be joyfully amazed at the incredible work God accomplishes through us when we are willing to be obedient in sharing our faith with others and using our gifts to further God’s Kingdom. It is a blessing to serve in the local church and lead others into loving relationships with God that shape and mold how they interact with the people and the world around them.
I am a 2004 graduate of Northwood University, receiving a B.A. in Business Administration. In 2009, I earned a Master of Divinity with honors from Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University.
Before hearing my call to ministry, I spent 15 years working in the commercial printing industry holding jobs in many areas of production and management before moving into sales. During my transition from printing into ministry, I spent three years working in the residential real estate and appraisal business.
My wife and I met in 1984 as college freshmen at Stephen F. Austin. We married in 1987 and recently celebrated 33 years of marriage. We rarely worship together, as she is also an ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church, serving as Senior Pastor at Hewitt First United Methodist Church. Having two pastors in the same household makes for an interesting life and sometimes a challenging schedule. But, neither of us, would change a thing, as we know we are each called by God to ordained ministry. I consider it a blessing to have Cynthia as both, my wife and colleague.
Our biggest blessing and greatest joy is our daughter Krystine. She is a beautiful, compassionate and energetic 29-year old. Krystine currently lives near Austin and works in the tech industry.
Most of my hobbies include the outdoors: hunting, fishing, golfing, hiking in the woods or doing yard work. I truly ENJOY experiencing the beauty of God’s creation in its many different forms.