In the neighborhood

Neighborhood Ministries focuses on projects that serve our local community. 

For more information on any of the following projects, please contact Betty Christian

  • 249 and HOPE

    249 and HOPE is a new ministry that serves lunch to the homeless in our area. Meet us in the kitchen at Lakewood UMC at 9:00 am on the first Saturday of each month. If you are interested in helping, please FOLLOW THIS LINK for more information. 



  • boy scouts of america

    The purpose of the Boy Scouts of America, incorporated on February 8, 1910 and chartered by Congress in 1916, is to provide an educational program for boys and young adults to build character, to train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and to develop personal fitness. Contact Holly Eubanks for more information.

  • carenet pregnancy center

    Carenet Pregnancy Center is a ministry partner of LUMC. Their mission is to demonstrate the love of Christ to those facing an unplanned or crisis pregnancy through the provision of spiritual, physical, emotional, and educational support and by proclaiming the Gospel. They are committed to providing compassionate counsel, practical help, and accurate information to men and women facing unplanned pregnancies in a way that draws people to the Lord Jesus Christ to bring Him honor and glory.

  • habitat for humanity - northwest harris county

    Upcoming Workdays: There is no workday in August - September Date to be announced.

    Habitat Northwest Harris County's mission is to give witness to the Christian gospel by partnering with God's people in need to create a decent habitat in which families may live and work. Habitat is based on the conviction that Christian discipleship must be lived in practical ways.

    For all volunteer forms and directions: FOLLOW THIS LINK

    LUMC is currently helping to build homes in the Hamill Ranch subdivision. For specific information about this exciting opportunity and how you can help with these ongoing efforts, please contact For general information, please go to

  • kroger shopping card & food for friends

    Kroger Shopping Card & Food4Friends

    Did you know that you can pair your Kroger shopping card with Lakewood UMC as your community partner?  Call your local Kroger and ask that they pair your card number with Lakewood UMC partner number 81229. This directly benefits our Food4Friends Ministry. 

    Food4Friends - Casseroles Available

    Casserole Cuties have cooked up some Food4Friends casseroles. Do you know of someone, perhaps a new mom, who needs some TLC? Stop by the kitchen and pick up a casserole from the freezer (right side, third shelf down) and deliver it to a friend or neighbor that needs a God hug. Baking instructions are on the casserole.

  • life center for the homeless

    The Life Center is a local shelter for individuals in transition who are in need of food and a place to stay. Run by Pastor Winston James, the center is an outreach ministry with which LUMC is in partnership. You can contact Betty Christian for more information.*

  • Matthew 25:35

    Our Matthew 25:35 Ministries group is a ministry at Lakewood UMC that serves our local community. Members help those in need by working in the church's food pantry or clothes closet. For more information or to volunteer, contact coordinator Hilarie Miller.*


    Matzke Elementary is an “at risk” school located in our area. We began a partnership with Matzke in 2011. There are many ways to serve: reading to students, helping with classroom parties, volunteering in the library or office, providing snacks for teachers and students, being a “bus buddy,” and more. Mentoring is also a special way to get involved. Mentors meet one-on-one with a student for 30 minutes each week during the school year. To volunteer, email Betty Christian.

  • Northwest assistance ministries

    The_Congregational_Health_Leadeship_Program.pdfNorthwest Assistance Ministries (NAM) is a grassroots, non-profit, community-based, multi-program social service agency. Volunteers to be a driver are needed.  To join NAM's meals on wheels program and "Adopt a Route" or for information on housing assistance for survivors of domestic violence and their children please please FOLLOW THIS LINK.  


    Each year, NAM hosts a back to school drive to purchase school supplies for local children in need, from kindergarten to 12th grade. Last year, more than 1,500 students in Spring, Klein, Aldine and Cy-Fair ISD received their supplies from NAM. Download a donation form here to help the next generation in our community.





  • rescue houston:  fight against Human Trafficking

    Lakewood is partnering with Rescue Houston in the fight against Human Trafficking in the Houston area. The first gathering is Thursday, Jan. 25, from 7 – 8 pm in room FC110. This ministry is open to anyone 18 years old and over. Questions? Please contact Stephenie Huffman at or 832-875-9481.

  • wesley community center

    The Wesley Community Center is a national mission institute of the United Methodist Church, “Helping people help themselves and each other." The Wesley Community Center works to encourage and empower people to become productive and balanced, rather than simply enabling them to maintain their lives in desperation…living paycheck to paycheck, or suffering as broken victims.

    *For contact information for any of these coordinators, 

    please call the church office at 281-370-2273.