Montgomery, Texas is a great place to live. The town sells itself when you experience it for yourself, but I think that it deserves to be highlighted for others who are thinking of moving to the Lake Conroe area. In “Highlighting the City of Montgomery“, we looked at its history, government, and schools. Then in part two of this series, we looked at restaurants and family fun activities. So today in part three, we are going to look at places of worship in the area. There are so many; it will need its own article.
Montgomery, Texas sits within the Bible Belt, which sweeps across the South of the United States. With a population of just over 2,000 people within the city limits, there are 14 churches within the protestant faith. Here they are in alphabetical order.
Abundant Life Ministries
Abundant Life Ministries is a Church of God in Christ church. Its address is 22985 W. Farm to Market 1097. To find out more about this place of worship, click here.
Cornerstone Community Church
Cornerstone Community has a new location at 14740 Liberty St. It is a non-denominational church with a mission. It is mission-focused both locally and internationally. Check out its website with sermons, FAQs, and more.
Fellowship of Montgomery
Fellowship of Montgomery sits at 12681 FM 149. It is a non-denominational church. You can check out past sermons, events, and more information here.
First Montgomery Baptist Church
Right off of Hwy 105, First Montgomery Baptist Church is hard to miss. Since 1850, this Baptist church has served the Montgomery community. You can hear sermons, read what they believe, research their schools, and more on their website.
Greater Zion Missionary Baptist
This Baptist church off of FM Rd 2854 does not have a website at this time. However for more information including times of services, call (936) 588-2270.
Hope Community Church
This church sits at 18961 Freeport Drive. It is a Pentecostal church.
Lakeside Bible Church
If you follow this blog, you will probably recognize this church’s name. We highlight many of its activities for the community because all of the Mike Goins Real Estate team happens to go here. Therefore, we do want to personally invite you to come and check out the church for yourself. Lakeside Bible Church is at 18940 Freeport Drive. It is a non-denominational church. On their website, you can hear sermons, listen to worship songs, see the upcoming events, and more.
Living Savior Lutheran Church
This Lutheran church sits at 309 Pond Street. You can check out its website for tons more information.
Lonestar Cowboy Church
This is another church that is impossible to miss as it sits right off of Hwy 105/Eva St. It has a thriving arena ministry. Their website is huge but easy to navigate as it includes sermons, ministries, etc. Check it out here.
Montgomery Church of Christ
You can find this church at 301 Pond St. It has been at this location since 2008. For more information, click here.
Montgomery United Methodist Church
This church is obviously part of the United Methodist denomination. Its address is: 22548 HWY 105 W. You can read about their beliefs, ministries, and learn more on their website.
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church
This Baptist church sits at 15155 Liberty St. It does not have a website at this time; however, you can call (936) 597-6807 to get more information.
Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church
This Baptist church lies at 611 Community Center Road in Montgomery. You can find a little more information here.
Westlake Fellowship is a non-denominational church at 19786 Hwy 105 Suite 120. Its website includes sermons, what they believe, and their different ministries.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses
This church obviously is part of the Jehovah’ Witness faith. They do not have a website, but you can visit them at 100 Rankin Street or call (936) 597-7885 for more information.
There are no Catholic Churches in Montgomery, Texas. But just a short trip to Plantersville, The Woodlands, or Conroe, and you can practice your faith in any of these beautiful churches.
As you can see, Montgomery, Texas is home to many places of worship. If I have unintentionally overlooked one, please kindly let me know. In addtition, there are many more in the surrounding area. Of course as proud citizens of the USA, Montgomery celebrates freedom of religion. You are free to practice your faith in this growing Texas city while at the same time offering so many options. It is just another reason that Montgomery is indeed a great place to live!