We strive to know God by listening for God's voice in worship (we have a contemporary service at 9:00 am and a traditional service at 11:15 am on Sundays), in a variety of small group studies and activities, and in opportunities for fellowship. In the beginning God said "let there be" and there was. God said "let there be light" and there was light (Genesis 1:3). God said "let there be land" and there was land (Genesis 1:9). And God did not stop there. God called Abraham to set out for a new future (Genesis 12:1). God called Moses to lead the Hebrews out of bondage (Exodus 3:9). God called Jesus out of the tomb (John 20:16-17). God called Paul to be an emissary for God's kingdom (Acts 9:5-6). God who spoke still speaks and we strive to know what God is saying in this time and place, in this circumstance of life.
We also strive to make known the God who lights our world. It is our holy privilege to provide opportunities for you to respond to God's call through loving and serving the people around you, the people who live in the Seabrook area, and the people who are scattered throughout the world. We do not just want you to hear the word of God. We want you to apply it to your life.
Take a look around our website to find out more about Seabrook United Methodist Church. If you want to find out more about what it means to be a Christian in today's world, join us for worship or stop by for a visit. We look forward to helping you discover a life filled with grace and meaning and purpose.
Our church is located at 3300 Lakeside Drive. However, our location continues to confound some GPSs and computer map programs. Also, Lakeside Drive now extends south to Repsdorph Road. Please click this link for a map that includes the "Repsdorph Roundabout".
Nursery care is available for infants through 3 years old during both worship services and Sunday School.
Our church has a grief support group for those who are grieving the death of a loved one. Meetings are held on Monday at 7 P.M. Our current series of sessions began June1. Please feel free to share this information with others who may be struggling at this time of year. For information call the church office: 281-326-1970
Seabrook UMC is putting together an "Assisting Angels" book of church members who will volunteer to help other church members. Forms are in the fellowship hall. If you are able to volunteer your skill(s) and/or time, download this form and complete with as many skills as you are able to offer. Return the completed form to the box in the fellowship hall, turn it in to the church office or put it in the offering plate on Sunday. We would like to have the forms by August 1, 2015