CURRENT & UPCOMING EVENTS
April 18: Maundy Thursday Service, 7pm (focus on Jesus’ servant nature and the Last Supper)
April 19: Good Friday Service, 7pm (remembering the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross - featuring the music of the Choir)
April 20: Easter Egg Hunt, 10am (Lost Creek Neighborhood park)
April 21 - EASTER SUNDAY
- Easter Sunrise Meditation Service (Lost Creek Neighborhood park)
- Easter Services : 9am Contemporary in the Worship Center, 10:10am Children First in the Gyn, 11:15am Traditional in the Worship Center
“I’m SO busy.”
Has this become your mantra? You’re not alone. In today’s fast-paced culture “BUSY” has become a competitive sport. Somehow, we’ve come to believe that being busy is non-negotiable and that it defines our worth. Thankfully, God doesn’t define our value based on our level of productivity.
During the six-ish weeks leading up to Easter (Lent), Christians have historically given something up as a means of focusing deeply on God. What if we thought less about “giving something up” and more about “making room” for the things that are most important in our lives? We invite you to explore this with us and join us for our new worship series.
Busy: Reconnecting with an Unhurried God begins Ash Wednesday, March 6th, with a 6 pm worship service and concludes on Easter Sunday, April 21st.more
April 2, 2019 6:30pm - May 28, 2019
“Breathing Under Water: Spirituality and the Twelve Steps” by Richard Rohr
Book Study led by Pastor Tracey: Tuesdays during April and May from 6:30-8:30 pm.
Please register by emailing Pastor Tracey at email@example.com.
Richard Rohr proposes that we are all addicted in some way; alcoholism and drug addiction are only the more obvious forms of addiction. Learn how the gospel principles in the Twelve Steps and spiritual practices like meditation and contemplation can free us from our universal addiction and free us to embrace true life.more
April 13, 2019 9am - April 13, 2019 12pm
Everyone is invited to come and be a part of our church community as we prepare our campus for the spring and summer months. there are jobs for everyone--perfect for families. We will start at 9:00 a.m. in the main parking lot. Please wear sunscreen and bring gloves, a hat and any tools you have for beautification. Especially, we need wheel barrows, rakes, blowers, clippers, weed eaters, pitchforks, and brooms. We will have stations for water, tea, and lemonade available and lunch provided for all. There will be sign up sheets in the narthex and at Coffee Time so that we will have enough food for everyone.
We Need you! Come, work, play, help, and visit with other members as we celebrate our beautiful world as we prepare for Easter.
Any questions, please contact Lib Sullivan firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-626-2414.
We look forward to seeing everyone on April 13!more
For this year's Habitat for Humanity house build for both dates March 30 and April 20 we will need:
- 20+ workers: Leave WUMC 7 AM and work 8-4
- ~6 lunch crew advance prep / cook: Leave WUMC 10 AM.Back by 2 PM.
Volunteer Registration Information:
- Click on the Sign In button in the top right corner.
- If you do not already have an account, click the Create an Account button.
- Begin by selecting your username and password.
- Complete your profile by filling in all of the required fields on the profile form and then click the Next button.
- Sign up for your event!
All volunteers must complete the on-line waiver of liability and safety course.more
Tuesdays, 7-8:15 pm, February 5-March 12. We offer you, family members, neighbors, and friends a time of hope and healing through a six-week Grief Support Seminar dealing with the issues surrounding loss. During the sessions, we will explore various coping skills and ways to help one grow through this experience into a level of wholeness. Please register by Feb. 3, so materials will be available for you. Cost of materials is $10 and can be paid the first night of class. To register, contact Mary Lou at email@example.com or 512-263-4177.more
Its time to get back to Victoria and helping put their lives back together. We have our response trailer and we have the tools loaded. Now we need boots on the ground. I am announcing two scheduled trips that you can volunteer for. The only requirement that you must have is the RioConference training called Safe Gatherings. It is mandated by the conference. Jim Balthazar and I are now certified all the way through the third tier of the process of TRUSTed. Every team requires a minimum of 2 of TRUSTed. Other team members are only required to be background checked and completion of the online training under Safe Gatherings. So with that here are the opportunities:
February 18-22, 2019
You can complete training/background check by going to the RioTexas Conference web page at the following link: https://safegatherings.com
As we have done in the past, you can sign up for less than the full deployment. No particular skills required. :)
Email, or call to join.
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