We offer opportunities to study, serve, and create community, in an effort to make a difference in our lives and others. A variety of Sunday morning classes for adults, midweek studies, retreats, men and women groups, travel ministry, and special events are available for you to be a part of.
"to contribute to the
growth of God's kingdom through education
and fellowship with others. We strive to
share God's wisdom and enable others to
respond to God's Spirit."
Young Muslim Making a Difference .pdf
YOUTH COOK OFF TEAM
TRIP TO GALVESTON ON PRECINCT 4 BUS
FRIDAY, MAY 12
We will begin the trip with brunch or lunch (they serve both) at the Sunflower Bakery and Café. Then we will explore the acclaimed BRYAN MUSEUM of Southwestern History and Art in Galveston. The day will feature a guided tour of the museum's collections., and "drive-by sightseeing" of Galveston highlights. This will be our last meeting for this season and would be an excellent time to invite a friend to go with you before we start into the summer months. Remember, everyone traveling on the Precinct Bus must be 50 + years of age.
The admission to the museum will be $10 and you do need to register for the trip and pay this amount before that date. We will have a sign up in the narthex on Sunday, April 30 and Sunday, May 7. We hope you will not wait until that date to let us know if you would like to make the trip as we are making arrangements for the Precinct 4 bus and need to have a count.
Departure from Northwoods on May 12 will be at 8:45 AM. Please arrive at the parking lot on the east side of the church by 8:30. We expect to return to Northwoods by 5:30 - 6:00 pm. To get your name on the list or if you have any questions, please contact Mary Kimball at 281-444-2709.
50 Plus Events
50+ is sponsoring a trip to the TEXAS FOLK LIFE 28th Annual Accordion Kings & Queens Festival at Miller Outdoor Theater on Saturday, June 3, 2017.
Five accordion music types will be featured: Conjunto, Polka, Country Western, Zydeco and Cajun.
Board bus at Northwoods no later than 3 p.m. Dinner will be at Hungry's Restaurant in Rice Village.
Cost will be $20 per person (beverage, dinner, and covered pavilion seat are included). Sign up for trip in the Narthex on Sunday, May 7, 14, or 21.
June 3 - Accordion Kings and Queens (bus)
July 3 - Houston Symphony at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
August 5 - Music Box Theater (bus)
August 6 - 50 Plus Planning Meeting
September 12 - Skeeters game (bus)
October 28 - Newman's Castle in Bellville (bus)
9:30 a.m. in Room 211 - "Gospel of John"
10:00 a.m. in Scout Building - "The Gospel of Luke", a verse-by-verse study of the third Gospel. Teachers: Nancy Baker and Dr. David Puig
11:00 a.m. in Room 211 - Studying the Book of Romans using William Barclay's "The Letter to the Romans" by James Carroll.
This class meets in the chapel, most Sundays, 11:00 a.m. -12:00 noon.
MAY 7TH - TELL A STORY/HEAR A STORY. Join us for what is traditionally a well received program as we hear (and tell, if you want to) a personal story. If you have a "Butterfly Effect" story it would be most appropriate to share that. If you have a story to share, contact The Rev. Harry Yates at 281-444-6296 so he can make sure you are on the agenda.
MAY 14TH - Wonder what's behind the terrorism horrors of our times?New member Johnie Wood may be able to answer that question as well as anyone. He has dedicated himself both in military and in the private sector working in this field, with numerous honors and awards testifying to his effectiveness. Johnie retired from the U.S. Air Force as a Captain after 20 years of service working in Psychological Operations, Counter Terrorism, and Security Assistance. These days he is preparing for the ministry.