Historically, each week on Wednesday around 8PM, our community has gathered to spend time together, work on community art projects, learn and teach new skills, and plan for upcoming events and trips. Typically, we meet at the Community Warehouse; sometimes, we meet at somebody’s house, or some other venue. To find out where Church Nite is any given week, check the Calendar.
Attending “Church Nite” is a great first step towards meeting more people in our community and getting involved.
Everyone is welcome!
Given COVID19 and its effects on our community, Church Nites are being planned virtually. We look forward to burning together in person in future when it is safe to encourage gatherings. That said, we are excited to plan future roaming Church Nites with you and are looking for diverse spaces to potentially host future gatherings across Houston. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to collaborate in this.
Why “Church Nite”?
Why do we call our Burner get-togethers Church Nite? What else would you call a weekly Wednesday night potluck meet-and-greet where community members get together to socialize, listen to announcements and volunteer to work on projects? We’re not sure when or where it started, but Burners in Austin have been calling it that for years, and Houston Burners have been calling it that at least since Pharaoh hosted them at Autonomous Acres in the early 2000’s. We’re delighted to continue the tradition.
Event: Regular Church Nite Gathering for the Houston Burner Community
Day/Time: Wednesday from 8PM until 11PM (or so); bi-weekly or monthly special Church Nites may include more extensive organizing and activities.
Address: Typically at the Houston Burners Community Warehouse, or sometimes hosted by a community member at their home. Please check the calendar.