The red doors of the historic Macedonia chapel beckon one to enter and find peace and renewal. Graced by beautiful live oak trees, the chapel sits in front of the fellowship hall and adjacent to the partially completed office and classroom pavillion.
Whether you're leaving the city from Hwy 290 or from the Tomball/Magnolia area, you'll discover scenic and peaceful countryside along the way. As you approach the church you may pass well known landmarks such as The Houston Oaks Country Club or The Oil Ranch.
The MUMC Planning Committee is moving forward with plans to finish the Office and Classroom Pavillion which will add a new multi-purpose worship space to the Macedonia campus.
Ministries & Activities
Children & Families... Click this link to learn more about our Children & Family Ministries.
Women of Faith...this group gathers monthly on Saturdays for a Devotional Time, Support, Outings and Events. They host the annual Thanksgiving Luncheon, usually held on the Sunday before Thanksgiving and also help with decorating the Chapel in preparation for the Christmas season. To learn more contact Gayle Woodyard: firstname.lastname@example.org
Methodist Men...meet on the second Tuesday of every month at 7 PM to share a Bible Lesson, conversation and a covered dish meal. The Men sponsor our annual Fish Fry fundraiser and this year they hosted a Pancake Supper. Contact Al Baker for more information: email@example.com
Methodist Children's Home...Each Sunday at the beginning of worship, a time is set apart to recognize birthdays and anniversaries for the week ahead. Those we honor have the opportunity to come forward and place a monetary offering in the Birthday/Anniversary box which is given to the Methodist Children's Home, a place for abused and orphaned children and other youngsters in need. The total annual collection is sent to the MCH in December.
School Connection...The week before each new school year begins, we honor the staff at Turlington, our local Elementary School, with an Appreciation Luncheon held in the Fellowship Hall.
Christmas Blessings...This past year, an Angel Tree Christmas Outreach was held to provide gifts for children who had an incarcerated parent. Individuals purchased and presented the children with gifts and our Pastor presented each child with a Bible. After a pizza lunch, the children were thrilled when Santa and Mrs. Claus arrived and they each had the chance to talk with Santa who gave them a stocking filled with goodies.
Macedonia is one of many United Methodist Churches in the CENTRAL NORTH DISTRICT which is part of the TEXAS CONFERENCE of the United Methodist Church. Learn about the beliefs, practices, and mission of the UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, a church that is working to reach others for Jesus Christ around the world.