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Father’s Day Brunch

  • Sunday, June 19
  • 9:30am – 12:30pm
  • Mockingbird Lawn
Come show some appreciation for your dad, father-in-law, step-dad, or any other father figure! We’ll have snacks and drinks, a fun photo booth opportunity, and more.

Summer Scripture Series: Your Bible and the Ancient Manuscripts

  • Tuesday, June 21
  • 7:00pm – 8:30pm
  • Room 120
Ever wonder what your Bible is actually based on? Footnotes in the Bible refer to "other ancient authorities" which have alternative readings of the text. Join us for this three part series as we explore the ancient manuscripts that form the basis for our Bible today.

Rejebian Series Presents Dana Harkey: Enemy of All Mankind

  • Wednesday, June 22
  • 7:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Wesley Hall
Join us as Dana Harkey, an active member of HPUMC and avid book reviewer, discusses “Enemy of All Mankind” by Steven Johnson. It’s an intriguing tale of early piracy on the Indian Ocean, but, as we will find out, it’s also a surprising saga of power, vast riches, greed, the birth of capitalism, and the first global manhunt, all in 1695. An optional dinner is available at 5:30 pm in Great Hall for $13. Make reservations online or call 214-523-2240.

Rejebian Series Presents Mary Roberson: The Splendid and the Vile

  • Wednesday, June 29
  • 7:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Wesley Hall
Join us as retired Plano ISD Librarian Mary Roberson brings her compelling historical insights to Eric Larson’s mega-bestselling World War II story, “The Splendid and the Vile.” Set against the backdrop of the blitz and British courage in their most dangerous hour, this powerful portrait of Winston Churchill, his colorful personality and gritty leadership, brings alive an important turning point in 20th century history. An optional dinner is available at 5:30 pm in Great Hall for $13. Make reservations online or call 214-523-2240.

HPUMC Youth High School Summer Mission Trip

  • Sunday, July 3 – Friday, July 8
  • All Day
  • Memphis, TN
  • $800
It’s time to register your student for HPUMC Youth's annual High School Mission Trip! For the week of July 3 to 8, we will be heading to Service Over Self (SOS) ministries in Memphis, TN.

Rejebian Series Presents Kathleen Kent: The Heretic's Daughter

  • Wednesday, July 6
  • 7:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Wesley Hall
Join us as Kathleen Kent brings us her bestseller, “The Heretic’s Daughter," in which a courageous woman fights to survive the darkest days of the Salem Witch Trials. The New York Times Book Review calls it “A powerful coming-of-age tale.” Signed books will be available for purchase after the program. An optional dinner is available at 5:30 pm in Great Hall for $13. Make reservations online or call 214-523-2240.

Young Adults Sunday Brunch

  • Sunday, July 10
  • 12:00pm – 1:00pm
  • The Truck Yard
What’s better than brunch? Enjoying brunch while growing relationships! 

Acrylic Paint Pour

  • Monday, July 11
  • 6:30pm – 8:00pm
  • Room 210/211
  • $45
The trend of Pour Painting makes it easy for you to explore your artistic side and create custom artwork. This style uses a pouring medium alongside acrylic pants, making the paint more flowable. Rather than mixing together, the paints separate and can be poured onto the canvas using various methods. This results in a colorful, abstract piece of art. The class is led by Pattie Gooch and includes paints, pouring mediums and canvases.

Schism: What Is Happening to the UMC?

  • Tuesday, July 12
  • 12:00pm – 1:30pm
  • Room 210 & Online (via Zoom)
The long-anticipated split has come and the United Methodist Church. Led my Walt Marcum, this class will explore how we got to this point, the underlying issues, where we are now, and what the likely outcome will be. We will also explore what our United Methodist view is and why we affirm what we do.

Rejebian Series Presents Steven Jenkins: The Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee

  • Wednesday, July 13
  • 7:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Wesley Hall
Rev. Steven Jenkins of the Free Church of England represents the Bishop Primus of that church in North America. Join us as he shares insights from 15 years of speaking on the Royal House internationally and gives an illustrated travelogue of the Jubilee celebrations he will be attending in June. An optional dinner is available at 5:30 pm in Great Hall for $13. Make reservations online or call 214-523-2240.