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UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

The People's Church Since 1865

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United Methodist Resources  

Central South District of the Texas Annual Conference

www.heartofhouston.org

Churches of the Texas Annual Conference for the Central South District.


Texas Annual Conference

www.txcumc.org

The Texas Annual Conference is one of the eleven annual (regional) conferences in the South Central Jurisdiction of the United Methodist Church.  


General Board of Global Ministries

www.umcmission.org

The General Board of Global Ministries, the global mission agency of The United Methodist Church, seeks to be faithful to God's mission throughout the world.  


United Methodist Church

www.umc.org

The People of the United Methodist Church shares a common history and heritage with other Methodist and Wesleyan bodies. The lives and ministries of John Wesley (1703-1791) and of his brother, Charles (1707-1788), mark the origin of their common roots.  


Black Methodists for Church Renewal, Inc.

www.bmcrumc.org

A renewed transformed unified body of Christ on mission in the world.  


UMC Ministry

www.umcom.org/site/c.mrLZJ9PFKmG/b.2730433/k.BD83/Home.htm


Christian Resources


The Upper Room

www.upperroom.org/devotional

Daily Devotional


Our Daily Bread

www.odb.org

Daily Devotional  


Bible Gateway

www.biblegateway.com

A searchable online Bible in over 100 versions and 50 languages.


The Online Word Bible

www.theonlineword.com/bible.html


Cokesbury

www.cokesbury.com/forms/home.aspx


The Hymn Site

www.hymnsite.com

Song search


Commission of Archives and History

http://www.gcah.org/research/genealogy-and-family-research

Genealogical Search


Commission of Racism and Relationships

http://www.gcorr.org/meaningful-conversations-on-race/


United Methodist Publishing House

www.umph.org


Helpful Resources


City of Houston

www.houstontx.gov

Fun in the Bayou City is easy to find. Houston's downtown has been revitalized with numerous clubs, professional sports facilities and musical entertainment that has helped bring nightlife back to downtown. And that's in addition to the rest of the City's attractions, shopping and restaurants to fit all budgets. Don't know where to begin? Start at the City of Houston Visitors Center at George R. Brown Convention Center for hundreds of ideas on enjoying your time in Houston.  


Houston Metro Transit

www.ridemetro.org


City of Bellaire

www.ci.bellaire.tx.us

The City of Bellaire is located in southeast Texas and has a population of just over 17,000 residents. Bellaire was founded in 1908 on what was part of a 95-hundred acre ranch, as a residential neighborhood and agricultural trading center. Today, the streets are lined with large oaks and custom built homes. Bellaire is located minutes southwest of Houston from the city's downtown and the Galleria. Whether you're here for a day a week or a lifetime, we look forward to welcoming you to Bellaire. The city recently celebrated its centennial anniversary. Visit the city's Centennial Historical Walk (PDF).  


City of Deer Park

www.deerparktx.gov

Come to Deer Park, Texas, the perfect home base to explore southeast Texas! Located just 19 miles from downtown Houston, we offer business travelers, vacationers, weekend visitors and day trippers everything they need for a great experience! Whether you're looking for history, sporting opportunities, great shopping, a full range of restaurants, or a great place to stay to visit nearby locations like Baytown, Pasadena, Clear Lake, La Porte, or even Kemah and Galveston, we've got you covered! Call and leave us a voicemail anytime at 832-780-0973 if you have specific questions or if you would like a brochure about our city mailed to you, free of charge!


City of Katy

www.cityofkaty.com

In the beginning it was only a wide open prairie, the hunting ground of the Karankawa Indian tribes, the winter feeding grounds of great herds of buffalo and large flocks of wild ducks, geese, sandhill and whooping cranes, and numerous other game birds, and home to longhorn cattle, deer, and wolves. Earliest settlement of the community known as Cane Island, for Cane Island Creek that runs through it, was in 1872.  


City of Pasadena

www.ci.pasadena.tx.us

For just a little bit of Pasadena history, Details surrounding the opening of the Washburn Tunnel in 1950. The only underground passage way in Texas remains in North Pasadena.  


City of Sugarland

www.sugarlandtx.gov

Historic, fun and full of unexpected treasures, Sugar Land has it all. From pro baseball and prehistoric behemoths, to luxurious accommodations, gorgeous green spaces, world-class shopping, cultural events and exquisite dining, Sugar Land is an eclectic mix of small town charm and cosmopolitan flair that???s just minutes from Houston. Explore Sugar Land and get a taste of just how sweet life can be.


Harris County Tax Office

www.tax.co.harris.tx.us


Missouri City, Texas

www.missouricitytx.gov


City of Humble

www.cityofhumble.com

Humble is located in the Northeast quadrant of Harris County and covers approximately 10 square miles. The City has a very diverse population of 14,000 to 15,000 inhabitants. However, with the large number of commercial businesses located in the City, the daytime population of Humble dramatically increases.  


Channelview ISD Tax Office

http://www.cvisd.org/domain/39


Alief

https://www.aliefisd.net/


Spring ISD Tax Office

www.springisd.org/default.aspx?name=biz.tax.home


Helpful Links