faith groups & classes

For more information on any classes or groups at Faith UMC, contact Rev. Jennifer Gros

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

  • far from home

    Begins March 30 at 6:30pm on Zoom

    Meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month

    Led by Melissa Cheng, please email for Zoom Link

    This six-session study explores the most popular migration stories in the Bible, from the Old Testament accounts of Abram and Sarai all the way to the early church’s missionary migration journeys in the New Testament. Today global migration experts estimate that over 84 million people are forcibly displaced from their homes. While these numbers certainly outpace the migration stories we’ll revisit throughout the Bible, the reasons for migration remain the same. People desire to flourish. They don’t want to simply survive, they want to live, even if that means far from home.

  • new lenten study: 

    THE WALK by adam hamilton

    faith matters sunday school & Discussion group

    Sunday Mornings at 10:00 am in Room 101

    Led by Rosie Johnsen

    THE WALK by Adam Hamilton

    New members are welcome! The format is a discussion group, that includes prayer and study of scripture. For more information, please email:  Rosie Johnsen

  • be faithful

    (1&2 timothy, titus, philemon)

    it's always too soon to quit (the be series commentary)

    Tuesday Morning Bible Study

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

    Led by Ali Strand

    Be Faithful (1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon): It's Always Too Soon to Quit! (The BE Series Commentary) Order your book at Christianbook or Amazon. Childcare is available. Please call the church office to book childcare at 281-367-7776 at least 3 days in advance. 

  • Social Justice Connection Group

    Sunday Mornings

    MEETING ONLINE Sundays 1:00 pm

    Led by Dr. Anthony Harris


    The Social Justice Connectional Hour group meets via Zoom at 1:00 pm each Sunday until 2:00 pm. Please email Dr. Anthony Harris for the Zoom link invitation.

    Our focus is to explore and have meaningful conversations around issues related to race, racism, class, immigration, and how Christians can respond to those issues. 

    It is important to note that this is NOT a book club. The books are aids and supplements to help our conversations and understandings about race and religion in our country. So, having read the books is NOT a prerequisite for joining the group. This is an open and welcoming group. It is a guilt-free zone that respects the views and beliefs of all. 

  • faith & photography

    Fellowship Group

    3rd Mondays of Every Month, 6:30 pm

    Room 102

    Faith & Photography is a fellowship of artisan observers seeking to use our craft to be intentional about seeking images of God, images of Kingdom and images that call us to both. We invite you to join us for an opportunity to learn and to be of service to our community.

    Faith & Photography would love to take photos for your next event. Please feel free to contact them if you would like for them to save the memories of your events. For more information, contact Linda Stroud.

  • 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.

    UMW & UMCOR Sewing Groups

    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 Rev. Jennifer Gros.

    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 1st Wednesday of the month at the church. For more information please contact Rev. Jennifer Gros.

    Men's Group - Please contact Stoney Burke.