03/27/2021 Impact

You made a huge impact on Churchwide Serving Day

We envision a church, empowered by the Holy Spirit, reducing poverty in Dallas and around the world. That’s why hundreds of people from HPUMC spent time on Saturday, March 27 serving our local partners around Dallas. These selfless volunteers made a huge, positive impact on those needing help wit...

03/22/2021

What you need to know for Easter 2021

Because he lives, we’re celebrating Easter with a variety of worship services — in person and online. To make sure you have the best experience possible on this exciting day, look below to find helpful tips for navigating Easter Sunday and discovering the right worship experience for you. Ea...

03/11/2021 by Martha Vaughan Disability Ministry

Chance's Pie Palace: A sweet legacy with HPUMC’s Disability Ministry

Chance was happy, handsome, outgoing, and had a real joy for life. He was also born with a brain malformation, which meant that he couldn’t walk or talk. Because he had trouble with his motor skills, Chance was bound to a wheelchair. But that didn’t stop him from being able to make an incredible ...

03/04/2021

Rev. Susan Robb releases new book about Christ's last words

Rev. Susan Robb, Senior Associate Minister of Highland Park United Methodist Church, joins Richard Stanford to discuss her recently released second book, “Seven Words: Listening to Christ from the Cross.” In this interview, Rev. Robb shares insights into the importance of Jesus’ last words — word...

02/23/2021 by Kevin Crain Serving, Impact

HPUMC steps up to help during severe winter weather

“It’s been a very trying week,” Rev. Paul Rasmussen said. “So many of you had problems with pipes and water, loss of electricity, or sleeping in the cold. The city has been ravaged, but this church really stepped up.” Through Preston Hollow Catering, HPUMC distributed 3,900 meals to the Dallas ...

02/15/2021 Bible Reading

Torie’s Story: How reading the Bible changed her view of God and herself

Torie Watkins and her husband moved to Dallas a couple of months before the pandemic began. After watching Rev. Matt Tuggle speak about HPUMC’s Bible Reading Plan, she decided to read the Book of Genesis as part of a Small Group. It was a unique opportunity to study the Bible while growing person...

02/10/2021 by Kevin Crain Impact

Looking back on the impact of our civil rights trip

Back in the summer of 2019, Rev. Paul Rasmussen accompanied several high school seniors from our Outreach Camp on a civil rights pilgrimage, exploring famous sites, museums, and more. It was a life-changing event for everyone involved. For the students that went, many different locations impacted...

02/09/2021 by Kent Roberts Impact

Celebrating Joe Washington, HPUMC’s first African American pastor

Joe Washington first accepted the call to ministry as a teenager at a 1947 national Methodist youth conference, where famed missionary Dr. E. Stanley Jones spoke. However, because SMU’s Perkins School of Theology was closed to African Americans at the time, Joe went to Gammon Theological Seminary...

01/12/2021 by Kevin Crain

Uptown Church launches at House of Blues in Dallas

This weekend, HPUMC opened its 40th church, Uptown Church, for weekly worship at House of Blues after nearly a year of praying, planning, and preparing. Campus Pastor, Rev. Joy Gonzalez, acknowledged, “It seems like a difficult week and year with all that has happened in our world and lives to st...