What’s Happening at LUMC

Welcome to Lexington UMC!

Lexington UMC is a friendly and welcoming community of faith for people of all ages.  As disciples of Jesus Christ we gather to hear God’s word, to enjoy Christian fellowship, and to grow in faith. We hear the call of God to minister in the name of Jesus Christ to a hurting and needy world.  
Join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 11 a.m.
Please feel free to contact our office at 979-773-2728 or e-mail us at lexingtonunitedmethodistchurch@outlook.com.
Download our monthly newsletter here: February 2016
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Save The Date!

Enchilada Lunch

Enchilada Lunch is Sunday, January 17th. There will be a prep on Saturday, 11/16 at 8 a.m. We will also need volunteers on Sunday, 1/17. If you are able to help, please let Jeannine and Janie know. Plates will be $9 for adult (and carry out) and $4 for kids.

Youth Group Holiday Break

Youth will resume on Sunday, 1/17 at 4 p.m. They will be working on Dreamboards for this coming year. Start thinking and prayer about what God might be calling for you for this year. Bring magazines, photos, etc. We’ll provide materials for the boards.

Backpack Buddies

Thank you to everyone who was a part of the Soup & Bread Lunch on Monday. It was a great success! Our next Power Hour will be Monday, January 25th at 9 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall.

L.E.A.D. Institute

This year's L.E.A.D. Institute will be on Saturday, 1/30 at Aldersgate UMC (College Station) beginning at 9:30 a.m. For more information, please click here.

You can help with the Angel Tree Project this year!

Angel Tree Project

This Christmas, we have 25 children who have a parent in prison and with your help, they will receive a Christmas gift and the Gospel. With your help, these precious little ones will receive the message that they are loved and remembered by their parent in prison – and by God! Thank you, in advance, for bringing these children closer to their parent and to God through your compassion. You will help make this Christmas one they will never forget.

If you would like to donate to this ministry, please click here to go to their donation page.

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.

Thank You,
Rev. Michael Peschke
Blue & Lexington United Methodist Church
(979) 773-2728

What Are Your Spiritual Gifts?

We havespiritualgiftsii been exploring Spiritual Gifts.  Take one of these assessments below to learn which gifts you may have!

097 Want a T-Shirt?

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.