Upcoming Events

A virtual hangout with a pastor

Say hello… ask a question… introduce yourself! Live Chat with the Pastor after 11:00 a.m. worship on Zoom. This week’s chat is combined! Join Zoom after the Worship to be a part of it. https://zoom.us/j/98118400277  Password: 606053

Build a Marriage That Lasts

What will it take to make your marriage lasts? Join long time members, Jeff and Laura Aldis for a new book study that will help you build a marriage that lasts. Using the book, His Needs, Her Needs by William F. Harley, Jr. and the participant guide, Jeff and Laura, along with your input, will lead you through six sessions beginning Wednesday, July 29 at 7:00 p.m. The book and study guide are available on Amazon. At this time the book is $10.59 and participant guide is $3.29. To sign up, email Jeff Aldis at [email protected]. For questions, contact Emil Niz [email protected] or Ann Spears [email protected]

Family First: Am I Building my Family’s Faith?

July 12 & July 26 – 3 p.m.

Join us for one or both of our next Parent Chats about developing faith together as a family. The first is Sunday, July 12, led by Andy and Deborah Nixon, and the second is Sunday, July 26, led by Brandi and David Horton. Email [email protected] for the Zoom link.

Home Repair Informational Meeting

Join us for an informational Zoom meeting on July 15 at 6 p.m. This meeting is to learn more about how to be a part of the First Methodist Houston Home Repair Team and how was are partnering with HOPE Disaster Recovery on projects. Come learn more about our team and how to volunteer your time to help those in need of home repairs. For more information or to register, contact Paula Niz at [email protected].

School Supply Drive with a Twist

In years past, we focused on collecting school supplies for Neighbors in Action and our International Friends ministry in the month of July. This year, the situation is unique, due to the pandemic and constantly evolving circumstances. To continue to support to the schools, we will make monetary donations to each ministry instead of school supplies. Each ministry will be able to purchase and distribute items that are most needed at the time of school reopening. If you have participated in our School Supply Drive in the past and would like to this year, you may donate to Missions and designate gift with “School Supplies” in the memo.  For more information, contact Paula Niz. 


Small Groups are Gathering

Small groups are an important part of life in a faith community. We need spaces in our lives where we can ask difficult questions, share life’s joys and challenges, and grow more deeply in our faith. These groups gather to encourage one another on this journey we call life. Whether it be a Bible study, life group, prayer hour, or just hanging out, we strive and encourage you to joining one of these communities. Get Connected with a Group Today

Lifeline Donations

Lifeline to the Homeless is collecting new sock and underwear, gently-used t-shirts for men and women (sizes L – 2XL). You may purchase online and have items shipped to the West Campus, Monday – Friday between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. The address is First Methodist Houston 10570 Westpark Drive Houston, TX, 77042. Thank you.

FMH – Drive-Thru Food Distribution

FMH will be hosting, along with Westchase Classical Academy, a Houston Food Bank Drive-Thru Food Distribution at our West Campus, 10570 Westpark Dr., 77042. Volunteers are needed from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. FOR THE MONTH OF JULY. Some of the serving opportunities include: loaders & lifters, sort & sack, waste management, inventory & reporting, registrar & hall monitor, lane attendants, runners to deliver bags to the vehicles, traffic controller etc. CDC safety measures will be in place to keep families and volunteers safe. Get more details here.

Morning Devotional

Join us every morning at 8:05 a.m. for devotional on Facebook. Monday: Andy Nixon, Senior Pastor Tuesday: Donyale Fraylon, Executive Pastor Wednesday: Ken Coneby, Online Pastor Thursday: Brandi Horton, Source Pastor Friday: Andy Nixon, Senior Pastor

Family Study on Blessing Your Children

With Rev. John Onstott – Sunday, July 12 and 19 at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom. Generational blessings in the Bible were powerful, and they still are today, but it rarely occurs to us to bless a member of our family. The Rev. John Onstott as he helps us see the power behind blessings that we bestow on our children, grandchildren, family members and others. In his two- part Zoom class, he will lead us through the many blessings in Scripture, give us examples of how and when to offer the blessings and help us write, video or verbally articulate blessings on those we cherish. Email John at [email protected] to sign up. Invite your friends to join. Find out more here.

Faith Enough to Finish

Led by Ann Spears July 6 through August 31, Mondays from 7 – 8 p.m. When life gets hard (COVID, job loss, grief, retirement, redundancy, boredom, etc.) do you start to question God’s plan for your life? Despite life’s circumstances, does your heart yearn to finish well for Christ? How do we possess a faith that just won’t quit? Join Rev. Ann Spears for a 9 -week book study, Faith Enough To Finish by author Jill Briscoe starting Monday, July 6th, from 7 – 8 p.m. on Zoom. Using the examples of the Prophet Jeremiah ad his trusted Scribe Baruch, we will learn how to hold fast to God in all situations and finish well. Steps to begin: 1. Email Ann at [email protected] to sign up. 2. Purchase Faith Enough To Finish (Amazon has it $13.99, or you can try other sellers) If you can’t afford the book, please email Ann Spears. 3. Read Chapter 1. 4. Wait for the Zoom login and class instructions.

Tuesdays At Eight

Sign up for this week's "Tuesdays at Eight!" Send us your name and email address, and you'll receive a Zoom web address that'll let you join us this Tuesday at 8 p.m. for a time of community, fellowship, prayer, and hope. Enter your info below and we'll see you there!
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