Sunday Mornings

Adult Bible Study: "Jesus in the Gospels" 

Come join this new Bible study about the life of Jesus from the perspective of the disciples.  You will experience the events of His life unfolding in chronological order with an emphasis on the “red-letter” words He spoke in all four gospels.


The class is held every Sunday morning at 9:30am on Zoom.  Click here to go to the Zoom site and enter the password to join the study.  You can acquire the Zoom password by calling or texting Ron Spitzack at 512-507-7668, or by emailing Ron at, or by contacting someone you know in the class.


Study Outline:

Gospel Overview (2 weeks)

Prophecy about Jesus (2 weeks)

Red-Letter Teaching of Jesus (multi-week)

Victory of Jesus (2 weeks)

The study guide will be the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.


All are welcome to join anytime, (even if you did not join at the start) For more information contact Ron Spitzack at

NEW!!  Monday Evenings 6:00pm

Have you ever wondered about why and how Christian's gather in small groups? Have you ever wondered about small Christian gatherings within the Methodist faith tradition? 

I want to invite you to wonder with me as we read through Kevin Watson's The Class Meeting

The book study will be eight weeks long, starting on Monday, February 22nd in the Sunrise Room. Each session will be a hybrid class (in-person & zoom) beginning at 6:00 p.m. and will end at approximately 7:00 p.m. Snacks will be provided! 

We will be practicing social distancing and masks are preferred.

I (Pastor Matt) will be your facilitator. Please make plans to purchase the book. If you are not able to do so, please contact me. Be sure to RSVP to the church office or contact me directly for the zoom link at

Wednesday Evening Bible Study

24 Hours that Changed the World by Adam Hamilton Join us as we travel step by step through the last day of Jesus’ life. In this Lenten study, led by Adam Hamilton’s videos filmed in the Holy Land, we will experience Jesus’ love for us. The study is 7 sessions long and begins on February 24. Currently we are still meeting online via zoom on Wednesday nights from 7-8 p.m. The optional book, 24 Hours that Changed the World, is about $9 online. 

This class meets virtually every Wednesday night from 7:00pm - 8:00pm.

For more information contact Deb Stenger at

The Coffee Club

We'd like to invite all ladies to join us for The Coffee Club! Come as you are, Tuesday morning's at 10:15 in the amphitheater.  This is an opportunity for women to join together weekly for prayer and fellowship.  Grab your cup of coffee and come in your sweatpants and messy bun!  Share this invitation with someone new to our community or anyone who might enjoy this time of fellowship.  We will have free refills for your coffee!!

For any questions, please contact

We believe: Prayer works.

At Bee Creek, we’ve seen time and time again what prayer can do. When our church began, 100 people we didn’t even know joined us in prayer for God to bless our efforts. Prayer was the first ministry we established and it continues today through our dedicated Prayer Chain. 

Prayer Chain Team

If you would like to be a member of the Prayer Chain and commit yourself to joining others in their prayers, please email the church office click here. 

Hospital Visitation Team

The Bee Creek UMC Hospital Visitation Team was formed to support our church families with prayer and presence while they are hospitalized. This includes day surgery as well as over-night stays. BCUMC members have volunteered and been trained to be a part of this team. 

A member of our team will visit the patient and their families at the hospital. If the patient is not feeling up to visitors, we will leave a card letting them know that we've been by to visit. Many of the team members are also trained to offer Communion.

Remember the covenant we have all made with each other as members of Bee Creek UMC. This ministry is part of the fulfillment of the covenant. Please let us know if you or a friend is hospitalized.  We would love to visit and share the love of Christ. We also need team members. Don't be bashful, step up.

If you or someone you know is in need of a hospital visit, please contact the church office at (512) 264-2225, or email our Hospital Visitation Chair, Ron Neva at  If you are interested in joining our team, please let us know!


Do you love to knit or would you love to learn how to?

The Prayer Shawl Ministry combines compassion and the love of knitting/crocheting into a prayerful ministry which reaches out to those in need of comfort and solace or in celebration and joy. The ministry believes in the awesome power of prayer and petitions God.  Every stitch is made on behalf of the person who will receive the shawl. It is our hope that everyone receiving these shawls will feel God's embrace and BCUMC's love.

Meeting Time and Location:

Mondays from 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m. - Noon

Event is offsite so please contact Claudett Woodard for more information.

If you would like to request a Prayer Baby Blanket for someone who has had a baby or a Prayer Shawl for someone who is undergoing a medical procedure, coping with an illness, going through a time of bereavement or going through a difficult time, please contact Claudett Woodard.

Quilting and Crochet Team

"In Joppa there was a disciple named Tabitha (in Greek her name is Dorcas), she was always doing good and helping the poor.  

About that time she became sick and died, and her body was washed and placed in an upstairs room.  

Lydda was near Joppa; so when the disciples heard that Peter was in Lydda, they sent two men to him and urged him, “Please come at once!”

Peter went with them, and when he arrived he was taken upstairs to the room. All the widows stood around him, crying and showing him the robes and other clothing that Dorcas had made while she was still with them.  Peter sent them all out of the room; then he got down on his knees and prayed. Turning toward the dead woman, he said, “Tabitha, get up.” She opened her eyes, and seeing Peter she sat up.  

He took her by the hand and helped her to her feet."

Acts 9: 36-41

Bee Quilt

Do you have a an interest in quilting? Come learn as you go and make a few friends in the process. This group meets once a month on Monday's in Cabin 3. Please contact Marcie Wendrock for more information

Next Walk to Emmaus

Upcoming Men's Walk -  April 22nd - 25th,  2021

Upcoming Women's Walk - Sept. 23rd - 26th, 2021

What road are you on right now?  Where re you on your faith journey?  What if you encountered Jesus on your journey?  Would you even recognize Him?  In the Gospel of Luke, Chapter 24:13-36, we hear the story of the disciples who made the journey between Jerusalem and Emmaus after the death of Jesus.  We invite you to join us on this three-day journey of faith.  For more information contact Matt Schuessler (9am service) or Richard Wendrock (11am service).

For more information or to watch a short video that helps explain what the Walk to Emmaus is all about please go to the Heartland of Texas Emmaus Community website.

Stephen Ministry Team

Are you or someone you know going through a difficult time?

Steven Ministry is a special ministry which connects a trained lay person with individuals to walk through life's hurts and pains.  These trained Stephen ministers have a heart for journeying with others hand in hand with Christ. 

Click HERE to watch a video about Stephen Ministry.

Consider letting a Stephen Minister help. A Stephen Minister is a member of our church who has been trained in providing confidential, one-to-one, Christ-centered care to individuals who are experiencing difficulties in their lives. They are prepared to listen, support, pray, and encourage in a non-judgmental, confidential manner, and will walk along side a person who is hurting as long as the need exists.

To request care for yourself or someone else, or to request more information about this program including becoming a Steven Minister, please send us an email or give us a call.

Stephen Ministry Leaders: 

Mildred Schaefer 512-264-3512

Jay Spencer 713-806-7159

Jean Walker 512-940-6578

Melani Bazard 281-799-2309


Every person requesting care is evaluated to insure that the best possible care is made available to them. If the care required exceeds the qualifications of Stephen Ministry caregivers, we will assist you in finding other care options.

Women's Ministries of BCUMC

"The Lord will guide you always; he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land and will strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden, like a spring whose waters never fail." Isaiah 58:11

The women of BCUMC believe that authentic relationships are key. Our Women’s Ministry works hard to connect women of all ages and backgrounds to God and to one another. We offer a variety of events, including small group studies, service opportunities, mission trips, and an annual retreat. Connect with us! Please contact Cindy Hollenbeck at  

You can also head over to the church's Facebook page to learn more about our church, 

the Women's Ministry has a Facebook page called Bee-Moved too click here to check it out!!

BCUMC Women's Retreat!

The 2021 Women's Retreat "Sisterhood - Faith and Joy in Christ through Connections" will be a one

day Covid friendly all-outdoor event on May 1st. After this long period of difficulties and isolation, we really

need the fellowship and human connection this retreat will provide! The retreat will be at Camp

Travis in Spicewood- it's nearby and we have the entire 140 acre facility to ourselves. 

This video provides details about the retreat.

Brochures with a registration form are available in the church foyer and the gym.  

To Register Online: Click here, then fill out the registration form in the PDF document. Save it to your computer/device. Then attach that document to an email to

To Pay Online: Click here, then click on the "Give Now" button. Select "Women's Retreat" as the Fund for your donation.

Men's Ministries

The men of our church support many of our programs and ministries with their volunteer time. 

They often get together to "hang out" at Bible study, grill some mean burgers, or dive into a local or global mission project. 

For more information on how to get connected contact the church office.

Bible Study For Men

New study!  Please join us as we explore "Promised Land"  with Ray Vander Laan.

Every Wednesday @ 6:30 PM.  

Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 903 699 712

Travel to Israel and radically change your understanding of the Scriptures. Wet your feet in the Jordan River and impact the culture with life-giving water. Show your trust in the Lord's provision by offering up first fruits at Jericho. And cleanse the land by confronting evil and using the tools of society to redeem your world for God. In this first volume of the That the World May Know series, historian and teacher Ray Vander Lana will show you how God guided his people to a specific place - the Promised Land - to impact the world both in ancient times and today. 
Experience the Bible in historical context!
5 Lessons:  1) Standing at the Crossroads, 2) Wet Feet, 3) First Fruits, 4) Confronting Evil, 5) Iron of Culture

If you’re interested contact Dan Stenger (972-816-7236) for more details.

Men's Mission Teams

Our men have a number of ways that they reach out to the community, both around the world and right here in Spicewood. 

LaSenda Children’s Home, Guatemala

A Men's Mission Team travels to the La Senda Children's Home in Guatemala each year. They work on various building projects for the growing home. We send monthly financial support to this orphanage and school in Guatemala of $500. We have annual mission trips to the home by both Men and Women Ministries. Others in our congregation have "adopted" a child and send monthly support. We have a special connection with the kids at La Senda! 

Other Mission opportunities

The men's ministry teams have traveled to Louisiana and to various areas within Texas to help with rebuilds after hurricane destruction. 

Click here to learn more about our mission opportunities.