This page shares updates on the steps LCUMC is taking during the COVID-19 epidemic. Check back here or see our Facebook page for more information.
"But blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence is in him." (Jeremiah 17:7). At League City UMC, we have faith that God is looking out for All people, but continue to monitor the situation in the surrounding community and will continue to adjust our phased approach as we move towards a new "normal".
After meeting with Bishop Jones and Dr. Marc Boom, president and CEO of Houston Methodist Hospital along with the Texas Annual Conference:
For the time being, We will continue worshipping together as The Church digitally through live streaming via the Website and Facebook Live. Join us at 9AM for Magnify and 11AM for Traditional Service. Take time to chat and interact with those worshipping virtually with you.
We will NOT have in person Sunday School for adults, children, or youth.
If you are ill, stay home.
Continue to pray for the church and share the love and grace of God with others.
Invite others to join you in worshipping with us Online via our Livestream or our Facebook page.
Attend an online Sunday School Class. Sunday School lessons are still being sent out each week for our children and their families. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up. Contact the church for more details.
Help answer phones. Call (281) 332-1557 to volunteer.
Pray for those who are infected by this disease, those caring for them, the medical personnel treating them, and the public officials trying to make the best decisions they can with the available information.
Please let the church office know if anyone is ill or in need of pastoral care. While face-to-face visits may not be possible, we will do our best to make contact with them.
Continue your financial support for the ongoing ministries of the church through online giving, mailing your gift to the church office, or by coming by the church office in person. You can securely give online here.
During this time of uncertainty, we can be certain of this one thing, through our prayers, we can find comfort, strength and a loving, caring and listening God. We are told in the Bible that our prayers are heard and we are called to pray for one another. Let us pray together during this difficult time.
We would like to remind you that at LCUMC, we have a team that provides intercessory prayer in response to prayer requests concerning needs of our church family, the community and beyond. Please click the link below to submit your prayer concerns or call the church office directly.
Prayer requests will be forwarded to the Prayer Team and our pastor.