One of the biggest strengths is our Sunday School Classes. League City United Methodist Church has had a rich history of Sunday School groups and considers them to be the backbone of their church. Not only do these classes provide an array of studies, but also a support group, a village to help raise families and the starting point of many of our ministries.
League City UMC strives to be known for it's ability and willingness to take the mission and ministries of Jesus Christ outside into the world. From kids making cards for shut-ins and collecting food for our food bank to youth taking weekend and week-long mission trips. Our adult groups are always seeking ways to extend our mission, whether it's knitting prayer blankets to rebuilding churches and houses affected by natural disasters. We have sent groups domestically and internationally to spread the works and word of God.
Hurricane Ike struck September 1, 2008 and devastated Galveston County and Beyond. League City UMC became a main distribution hub for U.M.C.O.R. Flood Buckets. We loaded up our church bus with buckets and delivered them to Galveston, Bayou Vista, Tiki Island, Baycliff as well as our hometown. We organized work teams that not only worked to help in the immediate days and weeks after the storm, but worked for months...even years afterwards.
Creating U.M.C.O.R. Flood and Health Buckets are still a mainstay for our mission teams.
Rebuilding Salem UMC