Senior Adults

A Vibrant Community!

Seniors are active!

Senior adults are extremely active and involved members of The Woodlands United Methodist Church. Whether you’re a retiree or soon will be, a grandparent or someone with adult children, married or single, you’ll find a vibrant community here.

We have multiple opportunities for discipleship, volunteering and support, recreation, and social events with other active senior adults who like to spend time in fellowship and service .


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An Afternoon at the Movies

Join us the last Friday of each month for a movie, snacks and fellowship.

For April: Join us in viewing Shenandoah, starring James Stewart. It’s a dramatic story of a man caught in a dilemma. He is a Virginia farmer during the civil war. He refuses to support the confederacy because he is opposed to slavery, yet he will not support the union, because he is deeply opposed to war. When his own son is taken prisoner, Stewart goes to search for the boy. Seeing first-hand the horrors of war, he is at last forced to take his stand.

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Senior Trips

Join us as we visit Santa Fe in May! 

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Prime Timers

Luncheon programs are presented with outside speakers who are spiritual, civic, educational and cultural leaders from within and outside of our community and church.

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Shepherd Care

Shepherd Care is a way to serve those individuals in our church who are in need of Christian companionship with caring individuals. 

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Senior adults’ Groups

Small Group

Men's Book Study

This is a group of senior men who study and discuss a selected book. All men are welcome.


Small Group

Peggy's Book Club


Each month, on the third Tuesday, this group meets with a bag lunch for lively discussions on a pre-selected book.


Small Group

Single Life Widows

Friday at 9:30 AM

This new group meets on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month, and is designed to offer support and create fellowship, as we discover new ways of doing life alone.


The Senior Point: May 2019