The Kingwood UMC Student Ministry is about creating spaces for students to connect to one another and Christ. We’re devoted to training & equipping students to do ministry every day in their world.
Weekly In-person & Virtual Gatherings
9:30am in The Loft
Student worship and teachings with occasional breakout sessions
Small Group Sunday – 4th Sunday of each month
Sunday Zoom Option: (Zoom Meeting ID: kumcstudents – pw: 1799)
Wednesday Bible Studies
5:00-5:45pm – Middle School Homework and Hangout – The Loft
5:45-6:15pm – Middle School Bible Study (split Boys & Girls)
6:15-6:45pm – Pizza for MS & HS
6:30-7:15pm – High School Bible Study (split Boys & Girls)
7:15-8:00pm – High School Hangout
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6th grade – Text @kumc2027 to 81010
7th grade – Text @kumc2026 to 81010
8th grade – Text @kumc2025 to 81010
Freshmen – Text @kumc2024 to 81010
Sophomores – Text @kumc2023 to 81010
Juniors – Text @kumc2022 to 81010
Seniors – Text @kumc2021 to 81010
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Events for Students
July 29th – August 1st
Completed 6th – 8th Grade
FLIPt is a local mission experience for mid-high students (completed 6th-8th grade) July 29th – August 1st, 2021. The students will work in the Kingwood/Humble area and spend the nights at KUMC. Projects include yard work, building wheelchair ramps and other home repairs. The cost is $100, with scholarships available.
U.M. ARMY 2021
Chandler, TX | June 20th-26th
Jasper, TX | July 18th- 24th
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.
For more information and to register, visit https://kingwoodumc.org/umarmy or click the button below.
Student Ministry Leadership
Blake de Llacer
Hello everyone! I’m from the GREAT state of Alabama, where I was born and raised in Mobile. I served as a summer intern at KUMC for two summers, and once I graduated from the University of South Alabama (Go Jags) in December of 2019, I moved to Texas to join the KUMC staff! I’m a huge sports lover, especially for the Auburn Tigers and the Boston Celtics! I believe that this generation of students is truly going to make a HUGE impact on this world; honestly, they already have. It’s a generation of leaders that are truly being shaped and molded by the gospel of Jesus Christ. I’m just blessed to be able to be a witness to it!
I’m the Vine worship and student worship leader at KUMC. I am from the greatest city in the world, Chicago IL, and enjoy songwriting, playing music around Houston, and playing pickup basketball. If you are interested in serving in the youth band, email me, or even better, come and find me on Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings!
GET INVOLVED – ADULTS
Student Ministry Council
Student Ministry Council is a group of dedicated and invested parents and volunteers who advise the student ministry staff and lead action teams to help extend the scope and reach of the ministry.
Weekly Small Group Leader
Our small group leaders are vital to helping a large youth group feel small and personal for students. Through weekly interaction and monthly group time, these leaders walk through the thick of life with their age and gender-specific groups as they foster community and discussion in their groups.
GET INVOLVED – STUDENTS
Our student leadership team allows students of any age (6th-12th grade) who have a heart for serving, encouraging, and leading others to strengthen their leadership qualities. We use a “you must be poured into, to be able to pour out” approach, and thus expect these students to be actively pursuing their relationships with God. If you would like to join this team, we would love to have you! Contact Blake de Llacer for more information.
Have you ever felt called to speak or have been interested? God calls us to spread the gospel, and one of those ways is through teaching. The speaking team allows students to learn the insides and outs of developing lessons, devotions, and sermons while also understanding how to prayerfully and humbly process through them in a way that honors God. Students will be given opportunities to speak to the youth group and be carefully guided in developing and practicing their lessons! If you’re interested in joining the speaking team, please contact Blake de Llacer for more info!