• Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
  • Rebecca Grogan, Pastor
  • Memorial Library
  • Mead McGee - Lay Minister - Worship Leader

Welcome

Hello! We are glad you’re visiting our website! We would love for you to be our guest/s on Sunday morning.  Our worship services offer the opportunity to grow in God and know what it is like to serve God and our fellow neighbors in love.  We begin at 10 am.  There is a nursery for infant to pre-K children cared for by a seasoned caregiver.

We have Wednesday evening small groups for adults through Kindergarten that begin at 6:30 PM. These classes provide an opportunity for fellowship and spiritual growth in a relaxed environment. There's pizza in Fellowship Hall at 6:00 P.M...join us!

Our church is very involved in the community. We offer special services at Christmas and Easter, an annual community fish fry, Summer Vacation Bible School, and active youth group, and so much more! 

You are welcome to browse through our site and if you have any questions, please feel free to phone me, 469-831-7456.

God bless,

Rev. Rebecca Grogan

Contact Us

Tioga United Methodist Church
301 N. Porch
Mail: P. O Box 205
Tioga, Texas 76271
Phone 469-831-7456

Regular Schedule

Sunday
  • Worship Service
    – 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Monday
  • Monday Prayer Group
    – 2:15 PM
Tuesday
  • Book Studies
    – 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
  • Adult Choir Practice
    – 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Wednesday
  • Family Pizza/ Children & Adult Bible Study
    – 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
  • F.A.I.T.H Youth Group
    – 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Saturday
  • Third Saturday WORD Study
    – 3:00 AM to 4:00 AM
  • Third Saturday Men's Bible Study
    – 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
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Announcements

  • Baby Shower for Bridget!

    Our church family is hosting a baby shower for our Bridget Green, nursery attendant.

    Here are the details:

    Saturday, February 17,2018
    1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
    Fellowship Hall
    Cake and punch will be served!

    We hope to see you there!

     

  • Administrative Council Meeting

    To: Administrative Council Members, HCI Leadership Team, and all congregation members who wish to participate

    We hope that you will attend a meeting after this Sunday's service (February 18) to address the final task of sharing your thoughts to the following three questions:

    • What are the five greatest strengths of this congregation? (List in order of priority.)
    • What are the five most significant weaknesses of your church?
    • What five changes would you most like to see made in your church? (List in order of priority.)

    Whether you have been in our congregation for long time, whether you are a member or not, or are a new member or have attended only a few services, we welcome your thoughts!

     

  • Easter and Holy Week Events

    Wednesday, February 14
    Ash Wednesday Service
    Sanctuary, 6:30 PM

    Sunday, March 25
    Palm Sunday Service
    Sanctuary, 10:00 AM

    Thursday, March 29
    Maundy Thursday Service
    6:30 PM

    Sunday, April 1
    Easter Sunday Service
    10:00 AM

  • Community Easter Egg Hunt

    Saturday, March 24
    Community Easter Egg Hunt
    Children under 10 years old
    Gene Autry Park
    1:00 PM

  • Lent

    Lent is the time forty days before Easter Sunday.  It’s an intense time of preparation as we remember the sacrifices of Jesus who gave His life to take the place for our sins.  The annual observance of the Lenten discipline among Christians is a time to seek restoration for our lives. It is a time to reflect, take stock of our spiritual condition, and realign our lives. 

    On each Sunday of this journey, the Scriptures provide the core guidance for the work of the week to come in our own lives and with others in midweek formation groups. We begin on Ash Wednesday by recognizing the limits placed on us by our mortality and the depths of our sinfulness.

     On February 18, we acknowledge we are entering a wilderness, uncharted and perhaps unchartable territory for us.

     On February 25, we become aware of the degree to which we need intervention and help beyond ourselves, and we identify how we can access it and start doing so.

    On March 4, we encounter the specifics of the kind of program that can keep us moving forward and learning this new normal, if we stick with it.

    On March 11, we address the sense of progress (and lack of progress) that comes with beginning to make some recovery.

    And on March 18, we remember with gratitude and hope the promise of healing and wholeness that awaits us as we continue to persevere, even in the face of challenging circumstances.

    It is with that sense of gratitude and hope of a journey well-begun that we enter Holy Week. All of what has come before has prepared us to walk through this final leg of the journey with Christ and His church, through Hs suffering, execution, death, burial… and finally, after all of that, His resurrection.  

    (Rehab Series Overview, Discipleship Ministries, The United Methodist Church)

    March 25, Palm Sunday, celebrates the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem and marks the beginning of Holy Week, the final days of His earthly ministry.  At TUMC, we will remember this special day with our children waving palm branches and singing.  Please come and have your children join us.

  • Upcoming Opportunities

    Prayer Group-3 pm-Every Mon, weekly 

    Men's Study Group/Breakfast 3rd Sat Monthly 9 am

    Women's WORD Study Group 3rd Sat Monthly 3 pm

    Wednesday Night Bible Study:​ 6:30 PM Weekly

    Wednesday: Pizza/Youth Group and Small Group Study: 6 PM Weekly

     

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