Adult Virtual Connect Groups with Varying Dates


Epic of Eden: The Book of Ruth

Join Pastor Bill in a new Bible study, Epic of Eden: The Book of Ruth, a video study from Sandra Richter. Beginning Sunday, January 10 at 6:30pm via Zoom.  

Village Moms


Village Moms is a group of moms who have children ages 9 years old to college age. We get together once a month to enjoy fellowship and fun.  Our busy schedules have us running kids from here to there while at the same time keeping up with our households, so we realize the need for some time “just for us.” 

Our monthly events are scheduled at various locations throughout the year, and on various days of the week/weekend so that everyone has an opportunity to attend. Some events are just for fun; some are focused on helping others through various service projects.  We would love to have you join us, whether it be monthly, or just when you can!

TUMC Dinner Circle


Be part of a Tomball UMC Dinner Circle and start out the new year connecting in an exciting way with other people in our church. 

Dinner Circles consist of 7-10 persons, couples and singles, who get together for a meal four or five times during a six-month period. 

Crafting & Fellowship


Whether it’s beading, scrapbooking, quilling, needle point, or cross stitch, join us each Thursday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm in the Faith Building rooms 6&8 for Crafting & Fellowship.  Bring a sack lunch.

No Registration Required

REFIT with Sara Tracey


REFIT is a fitness program with positive, Christian values.  The classes are free.  Class is ALWAYS FREE and open to the public (you do not have to be a member of TUMC).  Unfortunately due to Covid we have had to stop offering this amazing ministry but are hopeful that we will be able to re-start in the very near future.  Please watch for additional information in the future.

As a part of our Community Outreach Ministry, we provide facility use for REFIT by Sara Tracey.  Here is some information from her website


Tai Chi by Houston Area Parkinson Society

HAPS continues to meet virtually, please contact them directly for information on times of classes and how to access on ZOOM! 

As a part of our community outreach ministry, we provide facility use for Tai Chi by the Houston Area Parkinson Society.

Tai chi is an ancient Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training and health benefits. It is a noncompetitive, self-paced system of gentle physical exercise and stretching connecting mind and body. Tai chi involves performing a series of postures or movements in a slow, graceful manner.

Each posture flows into the next without pause, ensuring that your body is in constant motion. “Tai chi training appears to reduce balance impairments in patients with mild to moderate Parkinson’s disease, with additional benefits of improved functional capacity and reduced falls.” – New England Journal of Medicine, February 2012.

For more information on HAPS tai chi classes, contact Angelica Rodriguez at 713-313-1652 or visit their website at

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