Thanks to a $1,050,000 grant from the Rebuild Texas Fund, the Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church will now be able to repair homes damaged by Hurricane Harvey in 13 underserved counties.
Join with others in The Texas Annual Conference to learn more about the future of The United Methodist Church at “Table Talks with Bishop Scott Jones, conversations on The Way Forward.” Separate sessions will be held for clergy and laity in all nine districts from August 11-23, 2018, but participants may attend either session.
Seventy middle school students prepared health kits for the homeless, while more than 130 high school student volunteers and 80 adults deploy to more than 20 homes that flooded in Hurricane Harvey.
Help reunite vulnerable, immigrant children with their parents by writing letters to your representatives.
Discipleship Ministries – Applications for grants up to $10,000 to help local United Methodist churches build ministries that strengthen and support racial and ethnic church concerns are due on Sept. 1.
Churches can always find new ways to help new pastors make a positive transition.
Texas Youth Academy
Global Young People's Convocation
Fight Night for Couples at Tomball UMC
Clergy Women's Retreat