Upcoming Events


NIA Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

NIA’s new community center is taking shape! In a few months NIA will begin a new chapter as we move into our new Community Center. Construction is moving ahead, and we have scheduled our Ribbon Cutting Party for October 30 at 2 p.m. Please plan to join us for this event – we are inviting leaders from […]

A Day of Prayer

On September 26, we will devote this Sunday to prayer with an 11:00 Traditional Service Downtown and a combined 11:00 service with Traditional, Source, and Altar-Umoja on the West Campus. All of our worshiping communities will come together to pray. Come, worship, and pray!

Pumpkin Decorating Contest Begins

Church-wide Virtual Pumpkin Carving Competition No Halloween is complete without pumpkin carving. Get creative and show us what you’ve got! Entries accepted beginning October 1. Deadline October 29. Winners will be announced in service on Sunday, October 31. 

US Citizenship Class

If you were interested in obtaining a US Citizenship, please join us for our US Citizenship Class every Saturday from September 4 thru September 18! This class is completely free and open to anyone. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Yesly Antu at [email protected]

Cooking With The Chef

Join Chef Elizabeth Stone of Silver Stone Events and Catering as she walks us through some of her fall favorites! On the menu, we have Harvest Pumpkin Soup, Filet Mignon with Cognac Mustard Sauce and Mushrooms over Wilted Spinach, and Apple Croustade with Rum Caramel Sauce. Yum!  Sign Up Now with Ann Spears.


Morning Devotional

Join us every morning at 8:05 a.m. for devotional on Facebook. Monday: Kristen Jones, Director of Missions & Ministry Tuesday: Kristen Jones, Director of Missions & Ministry Wednesday: Ken Coneby, Source Pastor Thursday: Sylvia Kiboko, Altar-Umoja Pastor Friday: Andy Nixon, Senior Pastor

Tuesday Bible Study

Tuesday Bible Study with Ruthie Estes will resume in person on June 1, 2021.  We meet each Tuesday from Noon-1:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of our Downtown Campus. All are welcome to join! Bible studies will feature authors like Priscilla Shirer, Tony Evans and Max Lucado. You may bring your lunch or purchase a […]

Sewing Group

Come learn new skills or share your expertise with others Ladies who enjoy a relaxed and fun-filled day, join us at the Sewing Connection! New projects are being developed all the time. Ongoing projects include caps for the homeless, baby layettes, neck coolers for our troops, robes, lap quilts and bibs for hospitals, pillowcase dresses, […]

Noon Devotional

Join us every Thursday at noon for devotional on Facebook with Pastor Andy.

Be Strong In Christ

Through our 6 week study on the book of Galatians, we will explore Paul’s words and learn more about Paul, his teachings, and how to make a difference in not only our own lives but the world we connect with.

For Such A Time As This

For Such A Time As This – Lectures on the Book of Esther Tuesday Evenings at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom, October 5, 12, and 19. Teacher: Dr. Charles Pehl Class description: The story line of Esther doesn’t actually mention God, but the story is a great example of how the Lord uses flawed humans to save […]

Feasts and Festivals of Israel

Join Hannaniah Pinto as he leads a study on “the feasts and festivals of Israel and their connection with Jesus”. Wednesdays – Sept. 1, 8 and 15 at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom. To sign-up, e-mail Rev. Ann Spears at [email protected]

Financial Peace In-Person Class

Leave Money Stress Behind Financial Peace LIVE Teacher: Monique Studak Begins September 26, goes for 9 weeks Live: First Methodist Houston Downtown, 5th Floor Parlor Time: 9:45 – 11:00 a.m. To sign up or for more information, contact [email protected] or call 469-394-6819.

Financial Peace Online Class

Leave Money Stress Behind Financial Peace ZOOM Teacher: Monique Studak Begins on Zoom – Monday, September 27 for 9 weeks. To sign up or get more information, contact Monique Studak [email protected] call at 469-394-6819.


Refugee Ministry

On the ground in Houston, refugees fleeing Afghanistan are being relocated to our city. We are working closely with Catholic Charities and Houston Welcomes Refugees to meet the needs of our new friends.

Lifeline Hygiene Kits

Lifeline to the Homeless is collecting hygiene kit supplies for our homeless friends. If you are interested in donating, you may purchase online and have items shipped to the West Campus between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.  Send to: First Methodist Houston, 10570 Westpark Dr, Houston, TX, 77042. Check out our Amazon Wish List for specific items […]

Hurricane Ida Response

We are responding to our friends in need in Louisiana and along the Gulf Coast, through our partnership with Texas Congregational Readiness and HOPE Disaster Recovery. Financial assistance is currently the greatest need and if you give to Missions, you are already supporting these efforts.

Disaster Relief Team

In recent years, Houston and neighboring areas have been greatly impacted by natural disasters. It’s that time of year when we turn our attention to preparing for the upcoming hurricane season.

Bless A Teacher

Times are tough right now and it’s going to be a very special school year. In order to support our teachers, we would like to “Bless a Teacher” at Sneed Elementary and Westchase Classical Academy by becoming a Champion. As a Champion, you will be partnered with ateacher, in which you will pray for, communicate, encourage and […]


Join the movementThe Year of Prayer and Discernment

FMH Prayer Movement is about discernment and clarity, as we move into a new season as a church community in the body of Christ.