Doing Justice, Loving Mercy, Walking Humbly with Our God
If you have a passion for serving others and being part of something bigger than yourself, join with KUMC in supporting missions at home and abroad!
Society of St Stephen
Provides food, clothing and limited financial assistance with utilities and medication to residents in our Service Area at no cost to the client. Back to school supplies and holiday help are special events for SOSS.
Oasis Foster and Adoptive Care Ministry
Their mission is to serve and love vulnerable children and foster/adoptive families in the NE Houston area. Support includes assistance with home study, initial placement, respite care, and Parent’s Night Out. Click here to learn more.
Feed My Lambs
A year-round ministry, providing lunches to elderly, disabled, and low income residents of White Oak Apt. in Porter, Texas. Meals are provided at no charge, without regard to age, race, religion, or gender.
Supports groups throughout the Houston area working on the front lines to eliminate human trafficking. Activities range from education and awareness to restorative care at Freedom Place.
Offering the love of Christ to incarcerated men and women through weekly studies, prayer and share, mentoring, Kairos, Jubilee, and Epiphany programs.
Methodist Children’s Home
Serves children and youth through residential programs on the Waco campus and MCH Boys Ranch, and through transition services, foster care as well as a variety of community based programs. Each year KUMC supports MCH through financial donations and helping some of the youth attend a UMARMY camp.
United Methodist Reachout Mission by Youth helps youth and adults experience Christian growth through service to others. Participants meet home repair and maintenance needs for those who are physically or financially unable to make needed repairs themselves.
Flipt is a local mission for completed 6th-8th graders. The students will work outside on local pre-selected home sites in Kingwood and Humble. At night the students will stay at KUMC with adult volunteers also attending worship after working on sites.
MAP Costa Rica
In the mountains of Costa Rica the truth and restorative power of Jesus Christ is spreading. At the heart of this movement is the witness of a community of faith-filled Christian being led by Marlon and Jessica Obando, and the Holy Spirit.
Mission of Hope, Haiti
Exists to bring life transformation through the good news of Jesus Christ to every man, woman, and child in Haiti. They accomplish this goal by providing education, meals, clean water, outreach medical clinics, pastoral training, and community development. Their in-country leadership is predominantly Haitian and their efforts change lives daily.
If you or someone you know would like to be considered for help through this fund, complete the application and return to Rev. Clint Wyllie.
Applications will be reviewed confidentially by a Disaster Relief Fund committee who will contact you within one week of receiving your application. If you or someone you know needs volunteer help to restore your home, please contact the church office.
Monthly Missions Opportunities
Each month, the missions committee has brought a ministry to the congregation’s attention to support. For years we have called this the Monthly Mission Offering or MMO, and our focus was on financial funding. Over the past year, we began to change the Monthly Mission Offering to Monthly Mission Opportunity. This is an intentional move to focus not only on ways these worthy organizations needed funding but also provide us service opportunities through which we can experience and share the love of Christ.
June Monthly Missions Opportunity: UMARMY
U.M. ARMY workcamps provide exterior home repairs to those who are in need of assistance. The focus of the camps is to serve others in the name of the Lord, to foster Christian fellowship, and to have time to worship together. Students are divided into work teams and have two adult leaders to guide them and supervise the work on clients’ homes. Host churches provide lodging.
This summer we will be helping the communities of Chandler from June 20th-26th and Jasper from July 18th-24th.
Because of COVID, we are expecting smaller camps, but the need in the communities we serve has only grown. Each camp would typically cost about $30,000 to run. This year we’re expecting smaller numbers but higher prices. Lumber is in short supply, so our projects will have as much as tripled in cost. The Student fees cannot cover the total cost. We’re hoping to raise at least $12,000 to cover the expected shortfall.
Your monetary donations will help buy building supplies, lumber, paint, and tools to help our youth make a difference in the lives of their clients.
To register your family or for more information about UMARMY, click here.