Join Us

We hope that you can join us on Sunday, August 2, 2015 for

Our New Minister: Will We Know Her (Him) When We See Her?
The sermon reflects on the coming search for a settled minister in light of my 24 years at Northwoods.

by guest speaker
Rob Wylie

with video music
and piano accompaniment by
Ann McAlpin

Religious Education this Sunday:

11:30 Service:
Children K-6: Turning Points RE Class in the Garden Room

Childcare will be provided in the nursery for younger children.
Hearing assistance equipment available at the Membership table.

Northwoods is switching to a single service
schedule for the summer.

Coffee and Conversation starts at 10:30am

Sermon starts at 11:30am

Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Church is hiring!

We are currently requesting resumes for individuals interested in being our Lifespan Faith Development Coordinator.
Please see more about this opportunity here.

Pathways to Membership

Have you been considering membership at Northwoods?

Join us for the Pathways to Membership class on Sunday, August 9 from 1pm to 4pm.  This class will cover Unitarian Universalism and what it means to be a part of our church, and is recommended as a prerequisite for signing our Membership Book.

Complimentary lunch and childcare will be provided. Please RSVP to [email protected], and let us know if you have dietary restrictions or if you would like childcare.

Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Church has been growing with The Woodlands for over 30 years. We are a community of caring individuals who find meaning through worship, service, fellowship, and religious education. Our congregation is diverse in the theologies and philosophies held by its members, and we value learning from each other.

Please come to the Pathways to Membership class and get to know us better. We hope you feel welcome among us and that you find here a spiritual home of celebration and insight.

Millbend Coffeehouse News

Millbend Coffeehouse Presents

Smythe & Taylor
Aug 8th ~ 7:30pm
Back in 2000, a mutual friend asked TC Smythe and Gary Taylor to fill-in for them at a gig in Houston. They both agreed, even though TC and Gary had never met . . . let alone performed together. Something wonderful happened that night, and 15 years, 5 world tours, 9 CDs and a Woody Guthrie Songwriting Award later they are still performing and creating music together. Smythe and Taylor’s music is heartfelt and moving, with a mix of serious thought-proving material, and humorous takes on the human condition. Their great songwriting, tight harmonies, and comfortable stage presence have produced balanced and enjoyable performances to audiences around the world for over a decade.