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The Woodlands is replete with houses of worship for most denominations and religions that celebrate the holiday season. For a handy, phone-friendly guide, here’s a sample of places offering Christmas Eve (and Christmas Eve’s Eve) services; click on t
Woodlands Online Staff
For those who celebrate the Christian calendar, the Lenten season is nearly over as The Woodlands – and the rest of the world – entered Holy Week this past Sunday. Specific days are marked for celebration or commemoration, culminating in Easter Sunda
Sean K. Thompson
Live2Lead is returning to a live event and will be presented in The Woodlands on February 3, 2023 at 8:00 a.m. The exciting simulcast event will be hosted by Barry D. Blanton and Jeff Newkirk of Blanton Advisors, LLC , a CFO consulting practice based
The Woodlands Methodist Church
In keeping up with tradition, one of the community's favorite events. Trinity Episcopal Church will be hosting their annual Blessing of the Animals for all to come!
Kelly St. Mary
Woodlands religious leaders Reverend Ed Robb of The Methodist Church and Rabbi Edwin Goldberg of Congregation Beth Shalom will be leading an interfaith
The Woodlands Methodist Church
2022 “Pursue Peace” Convention Unites 239 Countries in More Than 500 Languages Against the tragic backdrop of a historic conflict in Europe, Woodlands residents will unite with millions around the globe to promote the timely theme “Pursue Peace” as they participate in a six-part annual event scheduled for July and August 2022.
Rodney Spencer
The Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church will debut the first place of worship in The Woodlands Hills®, The Howard Hughes Corporation® has announced.
Lorrie Parise
The Seven Last Words of Christ” will be presented with choir, soloists, organ, chamber orchestra and dance THE WOODLANDS, TX (March 29, 2022) -- HopePointe Anglican Church is presenting a Palm Sunday Concert, “The Seven Last Words of Christ,” with choir, soloists, organ, chamber orchestra and dance.
HopePointe Anglican Church
To celebrate 30 years of serving The Woodlands community and beyond, Christ Church United Methodist is launching a new look
Rebekah Maurin
The Craft Circle at The Woodlands Methodist Church is comprised of a group of women who create beautiful handcrafted items.
Rachel Norton
Help The Woodlands Methodist Church fill a truck with disaster relief items for those impacted by Hurricane Ida.
Sherry Lewallen
Reverend Mark Sorensen has been appointed as the Senior Pastor of The Woodlands Methodist Church. Mark, his wife Nycki and their children arrived in 2013
Kenda McVeigh
In the summer of 2019 local attorney, Jeremy Hall, accepted a call to serve our community.
Rev. Sean Steele
The Woodlands UMC is announcing the retirement of their longtime Senior Pastor, Dr. Edmund W. Robb III, effective June 30, 2021.
Kenda McVeigh, Copywriter The Woodlands UMC
In a world that encourages inflamed opinions, extreme electioneering, and over-the-top reactions to politics and public health issues, it is nice to know that true hope in the future and confidence in its outcome is not found in partisan opinions or
Billy Adams
The Woodlands United Methodist Church in The Woodlands announced that their senior pastor, Dr. Ed Robb, will be retiring effective June 30, 2021.
The Woodlands United Methodist Church
Local faith communities come together to give thanks FaithsTogether of The Woodlands will host its 22nd Annual FaithsTogether Giving Thanks Observance online this year on Tuesday, Nov. 17th from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Fourteen local faith communities will participate in this interfaith program.
Sherri Duchin
Community members can now pick up Hope Lives Here yard signs to place in front of their homes.
Rachel Norton
A Woodlands area Pastor is in need of your prayers and support as he battles a critical illness.
Woodlands Online Staff
The Woodlands UMC hosted a virtual webinar and in-person prayer gathering June 4, “in response to the tragic death of George Floyd and the ensuing events around the country.”
Rachel Norton