Missions is the heartbeat of our church. It is interwoven in and throughout all of our ministries. It's how we live out the Great Commission found in Matthew 28:19 – 20. And because we love Jesus Christ, we have hearts of compassion to help those in need. Our ministries empower people in need, giving them dignity, self-worth and the ability to become strong and self-sufficient. We work both globally and locally to faithfully serve God's people.

Global Missions

More than anything, the purpose of the Church is to lead others to Christ. Jesus said, “You will be my witnesses.” We walk alongside ministries or agencies all over the world that are already in place doing the hard work of service in their own countries. We provide medical mission teams, work with orphans, build churches, support seminaries in other countries and so much more.


Local Missions

As the church, we are called to be the hands and feet of Christ in our own community. Our desire is to empower those in need and bring hope to the hungry and hurting. On any given day, you will find our members reaching out to children and teens in foster care, building wheel chair ramps or fixing homes, sharing God's grace with those in prison and feeding the homeless. Our members can always find ways to serve right in their own backyard.


International Ministry Partners

Our church is bringing Christ to people all over the world. We partner with Christian organizations with a passion to lead people to a loving knowledge of Jesus Christ and to help those in need. Through our partner organizations, we train up Christian leaders so they can lead others to Christ and start new churches. We can empower those who are in need and suffering so they can become strong and lifted out of their suffering. And we can help those suffering in disasters and struggling with coronavirus.


Local Ministry Partners

The Woodlands Methodist Church partners with ministries primarily located in Montgomery County. We work with these ministries to share the love of Christ with the homeless, hungry, imprisoned, children in foster care, those caught in Human Trafficking, and so much more. We partner with faith-based ministries that are not only providing for the basic needs of those that they serve, but are also working to empower people to move beyond their current circumstances.



Society for St. Stephen

Society for St. Stephen

Our church provides financial assistance to families in crisis in our congregation and in the surrounding South Montgomery County area. Funds are in greater need due to the impact of job losses with COVID-19. Give online and designate for Society of St. Stephen.

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Blood Drive

Blood Drive

Give the gift of life through the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center. Sunday, January 23 in Wesley Hall and the Loft Donor Coach.

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Craft Circle

Craft Circle

Craft Circle Ladies of all ages meet to enjoy crafting, fellowship and lunch. The year culminates in November with two events featuring handmade and holiday items for sale and auction: The Boutique and Chef's Favorites, and the annual Masterpiece Gala and Auction.

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New Roots

New Roots

New Roots is a group to empower women new to The Woodlands area or looking to establish a deeper connection in the community. Whether you have recently moved to the area, or are going through a major life change, New Roots can help you connect and thrive.

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Missions Conference 2022

People need to know Jesus Christ and to experience His love. Our church is a window of hope bringing light to all who long to know the hope of the Lord. Our Missions Ministry is providing living water to those who thirst as we share the heart of Christ and as we reach out to help those in need. This year, we need you more than ever to join our efforts to bring the light of hope and the living water to those near us and to those around the world.

Brenda's Story

Brenda was a single mom who found herself in a situation that was becoming hopeless. She and her two kids had to make some difficult decisions as they tried to find a place of stability and belonging, instead of homelessness and despair.


A small mission team from our church felt called to be the hands and feet of Jesus for a rural church community in Honduras. After two hurricanes destroyed the church building, these men traveled to the community to work with church members to rebuild their joy-filled house of worship.

Missions Outlook

Global Missions

Local Missions