MDUMC offers many opportunities for outreach, including our missions program. Missioners are sent throughout the US, and around the world, showing love for God and neighbor by reaching into the community to help those in need. Find a place where you can be a blessing to others!
CrossWalk Houston | Empower our neighbors to reach their full potential by providing educational opportunities, essential tools, and personal support.
Earth Ministry | Educate the congregation on important environmental issues to create greater awareness of the need to cherish and nurture all of God’s creation.
Flood Relief | Assist those in need of relief through Flood Buckets, April Showers Flood Relief, MAM Flood Response, and Early Response Team.
Hollibrook Mentoring | Become a significant adult in a child’s life whom he/she can depend on and talk with.
One Great Day of Service | Make a difference in our community and around our city by joining in our annual missions day.
Soupmobile | Help provide over 2,000 meals every month to men, women, and children in our community.
Kenya | Work with Maua Methodist Hospital to provide professional services to the community and build housing structures for the families affected by AIDS.
Guatemala | Work with Salud y Paz to provide dental services to the communities.
Jamaica | Work with churches and communities in various areas to provide construction work, worship, and VBS.
Serve at MDUMC
Serve on Sunday Mornings | Judy Brewer - JudyBrewer@mdumc.org
Serve as an usher, front door greeter, Communion server, or alcolyte (along with many other opportunities) during, before, or after worship. There are places to serve on both campuses to help facilitate Sunday morning worship.
Hospitality Ministry | Judy Brewer - JudyBrewer@mdumc.org
Welcome others in the name of Christ, extend a hand of fellowship, and encourage participation in the life of the church. Hospitality servants meet, greet, and guide guests on both campuses, all days of the week.
Kitchen Ministry | Grayson Taylor - GraysonTaylor@mdumc.org
Come help in the kitchen to prepare, cook, and serve delicious food at an affordable price. Our kitchen provides food services to people who gather on our campus for worship, or other events, and help with cooking or set-up is always appreciated!
Stephen Ministry | Susan Wiley - SusanWiley@mdumc.org
Become a trained Stephen Minister for those who, during a stressful time, may need a caring, confidential supportive relationship.
MDUMC is committed to serving those in need in our community this season through Holiday Helpers. Opportunities range from preparing meals, to care packages for retirement homes, to purchasing children’s Christmas gifts. A full list of Holiday Helpers opportunities is available on both campuses this morning with project descriptions and donation drop-off deadlines. We hope you’ll pick up a copy and find a way to join us in sharing the love of Christ with our neighbors this season.
Restoration Work Teams
MDUMC has partnered with other local churches to own the long-term recovery process brought on by natural disasters. This network exists to engage our congregations in service to the most vulnerable populations that are at risk after suffering damage from a disaster event. There is a place for you to serve either as a volunteer, or in a leadership role.
All skill levels are welcomed and training is provided. Please use the link below and sign up under the specified “MDUMC Team” registration every 3rd Saturday of the month.
Email Kandice Kirby for more information.
In the Journey Missions Room
First Sundays - Word on Thee Street
Second Sundays - Soupmobile Lunch Packing
Third Sundays - Thornwood Elementary
Fourth Sundays - Backpack Blessings
Fifth Sundays - Curveball Sunday