faith groups & classes

For more information on any classes or groups at Faith UMC, contact Lorena Torres

via email or call the church office at 281-367-7776.

  • faith 101

    Sunday, October 1

    10:00 - 10:45 am in the Community Room

    Rev. Rusti Moore is hosting a new class "Faith 101". A class for those who have joined Faith in the last 12 months and all visitors who are looking for a place to learn more about Faith UMC. Please plan to join her! For more information, please email

  • New! wednesdays @ faith

    New Class: "Why UMC?"

    Begins August 30, 6:30 pm - 8 pm

    (Dinner 5:45 - 6:15 pm)

    Faith UMC is launching “Wednesdays @ Faith” this fall. The class will be “Why UMC?” and will be led by Pastor David Horton. It will include family style dinner in the Community Room from 5:45 - 6:15pm, and classes will begin at 6:30pm. Adults will meet in the Sanctuary, Children (K-5th) in the Children’s Hallway, and Youth (6th-12th) in the Youth Building. Childcare will be provided for ages four and under. Please register online for this in-person class, childcare, and dinner. Stay tuned for Why UMC? Videos


  • adult sunday school class

    "Questions jesus asked"

    Adult Sunday School (20-50 Years Old)

    Sundays at 10 am in Room 102

    Led by Anthony & Kelly Wahlheim


    Explore the practical applications of the Bible in our daily lives. Engage in thought-provoking discussions, meaningful reflections, and deep connections with fellow participants. We will be studying "Questions Jesus Asked" by Magrey R. DeVega beginning in September. The class is led by Anthony & Kelly Wahlheim. All are welcome! For more information on this Adult Sunday School Class, or to register, please email Anthony Wahlheim.

  • DISCIPLES OF HOPE sunday school class

    new STUDY: Psalms Bible Study Guide (Epic of Eden) (Sandra Richter)

    Sundays at 10:00 am, Room 104

    Books are available in the front office
    Led by Andy Winter & Judy Barbour

    Experience fresh connections to contemporary worship and devotional practices in this eight-session video-based study of Psalms with Bible scholar Sandra Richter (streaming video included).

    The book of Psalms is well-known and well-worn. It is the Old Testament book most often quoted in the New Testament, and its quotations can be found everywhere from John Milton to Star Trek to Congressional speeches. Why so much attention? The Church Father Athanasius said it best—most of Scripture speaks to us, but the Book of Psalms speaks for us.

    To register or for more information, please email Judy Barbour

  • faith matters sunday school class

    current study: "mICAH"

    Sunday Mornings at 10:00 am in Room 101

    Led by Rosie Johnsen

    Faith Matters is an adult community group that meets each Sunday at 10 am in Room 101.  We have a leader and discussion format as we seek to apply the teachings of the Bible to our everyday lives. Rosie Johnsen is the leader, but all group members are encouraged to bring information they have discovered regarding the scripture, which greatly enhances our discussions.

    We strive to develop a "family atmosphere" in our group where we support one another, as well as rejoice with one another, as we grow in our faith journey. Join us as we support one another and rejoice with one another as we grow in our faith journey. 

    We invite you to come be a part of our Faith Matters family!

    For more information, please email:  Rosie Johnsen

  • Social Justice Connection Group

    Sunday Mornings

    Meeting Sundays at 10:00 am

    Led by Dr. Anthony Harris


    .pdf of Social Justice Mission, Vision & Values

    The Social Justice Connectional Hour group meets on Sundays at 10:00 am. Please email Dr. Anthony Harris for more information. Our focus is to explore and have meaningful conversations around issues related to race, racism, class, and immigration, and how Christians can respond to those issues. This is an open and welcoming group. It is a guilt-free zone that respects the views and beliefs of all. We are reading and discussing the book, Disunity in Christ by Christena Cleveland. We invite others to read the book and join us for discussions and conversations.

  • women's wednesday virtual BIBLE STUDY

    The Fitting Room: Putting on the Character of Christ by Kelly Minter

    Begins, September 6

    Wednesdays 9-9:45 am 

    Led by Glenna Tabor & Melissa Cheng

    To register: Email Glenna Tabor for Zoom link

    Colossians 3:12 tells us to “clothe” ourselves in Christian virtues such as forgiveness, joy, patience, and compassion. But how does that work in real life? Can we really “dress up” in the character of Christ? Kelly Minter says the answer is yes—if we let the Master Designer do the fitting.

    This relatable book offers insightful Scripture study with real-life stories and simple, down-to-earth explanations of the tricky concepts of justification and sanctification—stitching it all together with dry humor and honesty. There are no gimmicks, no guilt trips, just an irresistible invitation for women to enjoy a spiritual makeover—to put on a life that’s personally tailored by the One who knows and loves them best.

  • tuesday morning Ladies' bible study

    Begins August 29

    Tuesdays 9:30 - 11:00 am in the Community Room

    Led by Ali Strand

    Join a wonderful group of ladies for a biblically based study every Tuesday morning at 9:30 am in the Community Room.  We would love for you to join us! 

    To sign up, please email: Ali Strand

    Childcare is available upon request. Please email at least 3 days in advance. Please order your book from Amazon, Christian Book Distributers or Cokesbury.


    Faith UMC Room 104

    Monday Mornings

    9:30 am to 10:30 am, Breakfast Served

    Childcare Provided Upon Registration

    This Faith Group will resume in the fall. Please email Julie Vidonic for more information.

  • New: online women's bible study

    Meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month, 6:30 pm on Zoom

    Led by Melissa Cheng, please email for Zoom Link

    Click Here to Purchase Book

    Who Can We Be Together? A Biblical Exploration of Luke 13, the 2022 adult curriculum by Candace Simpson brings participants deeper into Jesus' teachings in this chapter of Luke to explore what it means to be in community. As the author notes, “For followers of Christ 2,000 years later, it's important for us to sit with the range of emotions we have in response to these words. It's not easy to build and sustain communities, especially when there are forces that drain us, exhaust us, and even push us to act uncharacteristically. And yet, we are called to act on the most ethical principles of our faith... ''

  • the chat group

    for those who have lost a loved one

    This group is for those who have lost loved ones and would like to be able to talk with others who have experienced the same loss. It is a time to be able to share with others. All who have lost loved ones are welcome. If you have any questions or concerns, contact Rosie Johnsen at

  • ladies sewing groups

    Hooked on Faith Needle Arts Group

    Room 104

    Wednesdays 10:30-12:30

    If you are interested in learning the art of crochet, knitting, embroidery, or helping make Plarn (mats for the homeless made from plastic bags) and using those skills to serve both our Faith community and Beyond then you are welcome to join us for fellowship, devotion and laughter every Wednesday, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm. You may email Darlene Hayes or call 281-507-1148 with any questions you may have.

    Days for Girls Sewing Day

    3rd Thursday of the month at 10:00am - In Person in Community Room

    Sewers and Non-Sewers

    Bring your sewing machine/serger, scissors, and your lunch! We will be cutting, prepping and sewing/serging drawstring bags and liners (pads) for girl’s hygiene kits. For more information, email Darlene Hayes or call 281-507-1148.

    Threads of Faith

    1st Tuesday of the month at 11:15am - In Person

    These two groups sew school bags and simple baby nightgowns. These items are sent to UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief). No sewing skills are required to join this group, just a desire to be creative and have fun while doing something good. Bring a sack lunch and enjoy the fellowship. For more information contact Darlene Hayes or Rosie Johnsen

    Project Linus

    Meets first Thursday of each month (Sept. – May) 

    9:30am in the Community Room

    Project Linus is a national non-profit organization with a two-fold mission:

    First, to provide love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need through the gifts of new, handmade blankets, lovingly created by volunteer "blanketeers." Second, to provide a rewarding and fun service opportunity for interested individuals and groups in local communities, for the benefit of children. For more information, please go to:

  • walk to emmaus

    Are you interested in attending a Walk to Emmaus Spiritual Retreat? This 3 day retreat is a wonderful way to rekindle your connection with Christ. For more information, please contact Judy Barbour.

    Have you attended an Emmaus Walk? Faith UMC has a men’s reunion group and a women’s reunion group for those who have attended. 

    Women’s Group - We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at the church. For more information please contact Judy Barbour.

    Men's Group - We meet once a month on a Wednesday evening. 2023 dates are: Feb 01, Mar 15, Apr 12, May 10, Jun 07, Jul 19, Aug 16, Sep 13, Oct 18, Nov 08, and Dec 06. For more information, please contact Stoney Burke.