News & Events

  • Advent Festival

    Our Northaven Advent Festival will be after worship on Sunday, Nov. 26. Join your church family for lunch and to help decorate the building for Advent! After the worship service we’ll join together for a catered meal (donations accepted) and then we’ll decorate the Chrismon tree, the Sanctuary and building! We’ll be making Chrismons, paper garlands, singing carols, we’ll hear a story, make Advent wreaths, learn about Biblical oils (frankincense and myrrh) and have activities for all ages! You won’t want to [...] Read More »

  • 2017 Alternative Christmas Giving

    Christmas is the season of giving. We would like to encourage you to view your giving in a new way this Advent season by supporting many of the great charities that Northaven works with during the year. Your gift You will receive a Christmas card for each of your recipients. You then address the cards to your friends with personal notes, if you choose. Each card indicates that you have made a contribution to the organization in the recipient’s [...] Read More »

  • Faith Voices on Justice – December

    Faith Voices on Justice   On Thursday, December 7, at 7:00 p.m., Faith Voices on Justice will continue their 2017 series with Legislating Injustice: What Social Justice Christians Need to Know about the 85th Texas Legislature. The presenter for the evening will be Dr. David Brockman. A religious studies scholar and Christian theologian, Dr. Brockman currently serves as Nonresident Scholar at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy, adjunct professor at Southern Methodist University, Texas Christian University, and Brite [...] Read More »


Pastor's Blog

  • Stewardship Sunday

    Pledge Sunday will be on Nov. 19 This Stewardship Sunday, members are encouraged to complete the form that arrived in the mail and bring it to church on Sunday, Nov. 19, or mail it to the church office. The form is also available online to print. This is what the 2018 pledge card looks like:                 To make your pledge online, visit: Read More »

  • UMCOR Responds to Hurricane Harvey

    The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) is currently working with disaster coordinators and early response teams to provide relief to the many people whose lives have been impacted by hurricane/tropical storm Harvey. UMCOR will continue to update this page and social media as they receive new information. There are several ways that you can help the work of UMCOR right now at this time of need. Supplies are being requested to help with clean-up. You can [...] Read More »

  • The Night Everything Gets Real

    I am standing in front of the White House in Washington DC. It’s a warmer-than-average day, and there are 113 other souls, mostly clergy, standing with me. The throngs of ordinary tourists and sightseers have been pushed back to a wide perimeter around us by the Federal police whose job it is to secure the White House area. Squad cars are everywhere. Paddy wagons pull up. A bus arrives. And, all along, an authoritative voice of the Powers that Be speaks [...] Read More »


Micah 6:8

He has told you, O mortal, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?