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Welcome to Houston Deshaun!

This Father’s Day weekend, June 17th and 18th, join us in welcoming first round draft pick and national champion quarterback, Deshaun Watson, to Houston! Like many of us, his road to success hasn’t been easy, but because of his faith, his family and football, Deshaun has found a way to turn his greatest challenges into his greatest calling.

So come show your support as he shares his story and have a blast at the Texas-sized tailgate celebration before and after every service.

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FATHER'S DAY WEEKEND

Woodlands
Saturday 6:00pm | Sunday 9:30am 11:30am 

Atascocita
Saturday 6:00pm | Sunday 8:30am 10:00am 11:30am 6:00pm 

Northpointe
Sunday 9:00am 10:30am

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is food being provided? Can we bring our own food? Can we grill our own food in the parking lot? Etc.

Food and drinks will be available for all during the entirety of this event. We ask that you please DO NOT bring grills/pits, alcoholic beverages or ice chests. Thanks for helping us make this celebration fun, safe and family-friendly!

Will Deshaun be signing autographs?

We are working on that and hoping to have Deshaun sign autographs, but we cannot confirm that at this moment. We will provide an update as soon as we know more!

Will Deshaun be live in person at all locations?

Deshaun will be live at our Woodlands Campus for all services. All other locations will have a live, HD video simulcast during their service times.

Where is the tailgate?

Texas Tailgate Weekend is happening at all weekend services of Woodlands Church on June 17/18. Deshaun Watson will be talking about his faith, his family and football with Pastor Kerry during all service times, then immediately following the services, we’ll have a tailgate celebration with food, games and family-friendly fun.

Will Deshaun be preaching?

Deshaun will be interviewing with Pastor Kerry during all service times, sharing how his faith, his family and football have helped him turn his greatest challenges into his greatest calling.