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Venues

Asbury Hall

Aldersgate Hall

Robb Chapel

Chyrstostom Chapel

Harvest

Traditional


Weddings

The Woodlands United Methodist Church campus can accommodate both small and large weddings and receptions. The Robb Chapel can accommodate up to 300 guests, our Harvest venue holds up to 1,000 guests, and our Sanctuary can accommodate up to 1,800 + guests. Chrysostom Chapel is available for very small weddings up to 30 guests. View panoramas of some of our venues.

Weddings can be scheduled up to 15 months in advance for church members and nine months in advance for non-members. All weddings must be booked at least three months in advance. You must be a member of The Woodlands United Methodist Church at least 60 days prior to your reserving the Church to receive "member status". Ministers of The Woodlands United Methodist Church will officiate all weddings.

Please contact the Facilities Coordinator, Dana Spencer, at dspencer@twumc.org  or 281.297.5930 for an updated fee schedule and deposit requirements.


Columbarium

The Woodlands United Methodist Church Grace Garden Columbarium is an on-site memorial garden and resting place for the cremated remains of our loved ones. The Columbarium is an endowment of The Woodlands UMC Foundation and the grounds are lovingly maintained by our church. The garden is reserved exclusively for members of the church and their immediate families. Although our current Columbarium is sold out, plans for pre-sale of our new Columbarium wall should begin sometime the summer of 2019. Please continue to check this posting for further updates and more details as they become available. You may contact the Facilities Coordinator, Dana Spencer, at  dspencer@twumc.org or 281.297.5930 for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Columbarium?

The word “columbarium” comes from the Latin word “columbary” which is a structure for the nesting of doves - the dove being the symbol of God’s spirit and peace. The related word, columbarium, refers to a burial vault for the containment of urns holding cremated human remains.

Is cremation biblically sound?

Cremation is widely recognized as a theologically valid process for the deceased, and essentially is a hastening of the natural process that occurs following death. This ancient practice has particular relevance for us today, since burial near churches is less of an option. Cremation makes it possible to continue the tradition of granting a place for God’s children to “dwell in the house of the Lord forever.”

What are the benefits?

Families who choose cremation for their departed loved ones, rather than conventional burial, will find Grace Garden a wonderful choice. It’s dignified, convenient, and affordable. In addition, Grace Garden is very convenient for funeral ceremonies - funeral congregations can walk from the church to gather in the garden and visually take part in the inurnment service. Not only will the Memorial Garden be self-sustaining, but 100 percent of the proceeds from the purchase of each niche supports the many ministries of our church.

Who may use Grace Garden?

The garden is reserved exclusively for members of the church and their immediate families.

How is the property maintained?

The Columbarium is an endowment of The Foundation. The grounds are maintained under the perpetual care of our loving church family.