Welcome to Lexington UMC!
Blue & Lexington UMC Welcome Pastor Trey Comstock
Trey was born in Houston, Texas and moved around some as a kid living in Philadelphia and Antwerp, Belgium. He graduated High School in 2005 from the John Cooper School in the Woodlands, TX. From there, he attended the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA where he graduated in 2009 with a Bachelors in Theatre and Political Science. After college, he joined Teach for America and taught Middle School Special Education and Theatre in inner-city Washington, DC, while earning his Master of Education from George Mason University. Switching lives again, he and his wife Sidney left DC in 2011 to move to Atlanta, GA where Trey attended Emory University studying Theology and Public Health, and Sidney taught High School Special Education. While in Georgia, Trey served as Pastor-in-Charge at Smith Chapel UMC in the North Georgia Annual Conference, as a chaplain at an AIDS orphanage in Kenya, as research assistant and worship technician at Emory University, and as a documentary filmmaker in Paraguay. Trey graduated with his Master of Divinity and Master of Public Health in 2015, and he, Sidney, and now, their son, Thomas moved to Pearland, TX, where Trey served as the Associate Pastor at CrossRoads UMC. Overall, Trey has worn many hats in his life from pastor to teacher to sound tech to missionary, but it has all come together in God’s particular to lead him onward.
Save The Date!
Volunteers Needed for Children's Church
We are looking for volunteers that can help with Children's Church on Sunday's. We're also looking for a super terrific person willing to oversee Children's Church. If you are called to serve, please let Stephanie in the church office know.
We are updating our records and want to make sure that we have your information. If you have not been contacted by the church, please respond to this e-mail with your phone numbers (and any other information that might have changed). It has been a while and many of the numbers that we have are no longer in service.
A note on membership in the church
Maybe you have visited with our congregation a few times and you have wondered what it would be like to be a member. Or perhaps you have been “visiting” for a few years now and are thinking about making that plunge into membership. No matter what your situation might be, the most important thing about membership is making a commitment to all the other people who are part of this congregation. Members make the commitment to be there for each other; to help each other grow in love of God and love for God’s world. If you are considering making that commitment then please contact me to learn more about membership in our congregation.
Rev. Michael Peschke
Blue & Lexington United Methodist Church
What Are Your Spiritual Gifts?
The Lexington UMC shirts are for sale in the church office and on Sunday’s before / after service. The price is $10 per shirt and ranges from youth to adult sizes.