The Student Ministry at Wildwood UMC exists to help students understand who they are in Christ and how their faith can make a difference in the world around them. We believe the Christian life is a journey with incredible opportunities to connect with God and allow him to mold us into the people and leaders he created us to be.
Our goal is to partner with parents to bring students to spiritual maturity. We work to equip both parents and students to become mature believers in Jesus Christ.
832-934-0100 (ext. 133)
Assistant Student Minister
832-934-0100 (ext. 132)
reFuel Wednesday Nights (6-8pm)
Students gather in the Student Center each Wednesday night for the best part of their week. Junior High & High School students have a combined worship service from 6-8pm that includes a meal. It is a high-energy service designed to allow students to interact with God in a fresh new way through worship and message.
Sunday Morning Life Groups (10:10am)
Every Sunday morning the Student Center is packed with students that attend grade-level classes led by amazing adult teachers. Each week, God's Word is taught in a clear and applicable way for students to grasp and apply to their lives. If you want to get connected to the student ministry, this is where to start!
"Providing Christ-centered missions that serve people in need and promote spiritual growth and leadership development in youth and young adults."
The UM Army experience is one that needs no explanation. It is an opportunity for the church to come together and, in a short amount of time, make a huge difference in a community; as well as be transformed in the process.
Please consider joining us this summer!
From the Future - Shepherd of the Ozarks
At 'Shepherd of the Ozarks', students from all walks of life will come together to worship, have fun, and go deeper in their identity as the church. Our theme this year is focused on being a person who is 'From The Future,' with different games and teams being named after different elements in the classic movie, Back To The Future. The idea is that Jesus has inaugurated a world called the Kingdom of God; a present invasion of the future - the new heavens and the new earth. This summer, along with the games and fellowship, we are going to learn what it means to be a future people; what the New Testament calls a "peculiar people."
Consider joining us. You won't regret it!
Mission Trips and Servant Opportunities
Information about missions soon to come