04/03/2023

Know Before You Go: Easter at HPUMC

Following his crucifixion, Jesus was placed in a tomb, but it could not hold him. The tomb is empty; He lives. This Easter Sunday, we honor that Jesus was, and is, risen. He is our ever-present, living hope, for life abundant and life beyond the grave, from now to forever. Below is everything you...

04/03/2023 Serving, Outreach

Churchwide Serving Day Volunteers Make An Impact Across Dallas

Palm Sunday marks the first day of Holy Week, a celebration of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. What better way to usher in the presence of Christ than to honor his call to love and serve others? On the Saturday before Palm Sunday, Highland Park United Methodist Church has made it a tradition to do e...

03/21/2023 by Analise Narine Justice Ministry, Youth Ministry, Wesley House

Spring Break 2023: Learning, Growing, Serving

It has been a busy past few weeks for many of the ministries of HPUMC. Camp-to-Career embarked on a powerful Civil Rights Pilgrimage to Little Rock and Memphis. The college ministry of HPUMC, Wesley House, went on its annual Spring Retreat, and HPUMC Youth returned to Blueprint Ministries in San ...

02/28/2023 Justice Ministry

A TRAGEDY REMEMBERED: TULSA CIVIL RIGHTS PILGRIMAGE

As believers, we are called to love God and love our neighbors. Our Justice Ministry’s Civil Rights Pilgrimages play a vital role in HPUMC’s goal to do exactly that. When we embark on these trips, we are friends of God journeying to understand and love others. During the first weekend in February...

02/21/2023 Disability Ministry

An Amazing Day: Spotlight Musical Theater Continues to Shine

On February 18 and 19, six months of work came together in two fun-filled performances in a packed Wesley Hall. HPUMC’s Belong Disability Ministries Spotlight Musical Theater’s newest show, “Whose Hollow?,” concludes a fantastic thirteenth season of the program. Spotlight is a theater group compr...

02/14/2023 by Megan Uhr

Israel: Where Faith Comes to Life

As I sat in Cornerstone one morning, I heard Rev. Matt Tuggle, Executive Minister of Contemporary Worship & Program Ministry, talk about an upcoming Israel trip that HPUMC would be taking. I immediately looked at a few friends sitting next to me, and I could see, in their eyes too, that this ...

01/08/2023 Disability Ministry, Kids Ministry, Serving

New Year, New Serving Opportunities

Happy New Year! We hope 2023 has already been a blessing to you, bringing new opportunities and a renewed sense of purpose. As we journey through the first portion of this new year, we invite you to add “serve at HPUMC” to your New Year’s resolutions. You can make a difference in the lives of peo...

12/20/2022

Top 10 Most-Watched Sermons of 2022

10. Uncharted: A Dose of Hope | Rev. Matt Tuggle 9. A Better Resolution | Rev. Paul Rasmussen 8. Life as a Scratch and Dent | Rev. Paul Rasmussen 7. Finding the Center | Rev. Paul Rasmussen6. It's Not Fair | Rev. Paul Rasmussen5. Right in the Middle | Rev. Paul Rasmussen 4. Not to Worry | Rev. Pa...

12/20/2022

Top 10 Most-Clicked Stories of 2022

10. SINGING THE PRAISES: HPUMC TRADITIONAL CHOIRS Every family has its own unique traditions. For the Bell family, it’s being a part of the choirs at HPUMC. Grandmother and Chancel Choir member Carol Bell has been singing as part of the Chancel Choir since 2017. 9. BEAUTIFUL ALL THE WAY AROUND: T...