Be sure and view Leah Remini and Mike Yoder's show on A&E before you head to this place. Scientology and the Aftermath. Yipes!
Fantastic experience. They have helped the whole family thru some tough times with the courses offered, free services and their counseling. Very friendly and very easy to communicate with about anything. Wonderful caring staff.
Caring group of people, interested in helping individuals and doing something to improve the world we live in. With the help I got there, I'm living a happier life, more able to deal with the things that people and life throw at you sometimes, and have better relationships and self-confidence than I ever had before. Worth it.
Gateway church people provided our low income housing complex a dinner with desert in downtown Austin. We were able to have conversation with the members of Gateway and I hope that their time was seen as beneficial and worthwhile. Thanks to J.T.,Karen,Mark and all of the rest of you who were here. As a whole the congregation and Gateway Church should be thanked for a job well done. Sincerely, David Schumaker @ Capitol Studio(resident)
Seems like a fairly decent close-knit church, although I've only visited once. The sermon was pretty good, although the praise music was ear-splittingly loud. The people (mostly college students) were very friendly and enthusiastic. Some major features of the church are its four on-campus outreach programs, one of which is specifically geared toward international students. Anyone UT students interested in spreading the gospel and studying the Bible with other believers can join these programs.Something worth noting: Although this church is located right behind the infamous University Baptist Church, Hill Country is not affiliated with it. However, they do rent their building from UBC.