We are a close-knit church, that gathers together with a common goal, to meet the needs of the people of Downtown Dallas both physical and spiritual.
Why West End? If you take a look at West End or simply walk through it, you'll feel tension. It's interesting. You feel people's uneasiness in response to their surroundings: poverty, drug addictions, prostitution, all enclosed by the contrasting wealth of the skyscrapers that surround it. That's why we chose to start here. People here are longing for something: love, a feeling of knowing that someone cares for them and hasn't forgotten them, a hope that despite their present condition, they are going to be okay and are not alone. We understand the solution is to be radical, unprecedented love. Love so unexpected it is not understood. We have come to see that acts of kindness carry a vast impact, but in due time, they too are forgotten. There is, however, a distinct kind of love, a love that lasts forever, a love, which man alone cannot give because this love is unconditional, and though he cannot give it, he cannot live without because he was born to be embraced by it. The Bible tells us God is everlasting. The Bible tells us God is love.
Hey, guys! So, in order to use this quarantine time for some productive self-reflection (and to help me out with a possible future sermon series), how would you answer the following question: "What is prime reality, the really real, or that on which all else relies? How does that answer affect your life?
-Jordan Velazco 🤓
[04/06/20] A quick thought for the day: God gives us spiritual gifts not to build up ourselves and make us feel good but to serve the church and enable it to accomplish it's mission on earth. What are your gifts and how are you using them for the good of the body?
Hey, guys, we are going to be fellowshipping with each other for a bit on Zoom. Feel free to come and join us!
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[04/05/20] 15 minutes before we go live! Can't wait to see you guys!
[04/05/20] Hey, guys! Tomorrow at 11am, we are going live on this page to help bring the Word, while everyone is quarantined at home. Afterwards, we will hosting a Zoom call so everyone can fellowship with each other. Hope to see you then!
Due to inclement weather conditions, OurCalling will be open tonight.
We have volunteer positions open. You can email [email protected] to sign up. (Please note that you must have already been through volunteer orientation to serve overnight.)
Erez Church Greenville
El domingo pasado nuestros jóvenes pudieron ir a la Iglesia West End. Fue de gran bendición verlos servir y amar a los demás a través de sus acciones.
Queremos agradecer a West End Church por permitir que nuestros estudiantes sirvan junto con ellos.
Sunday was such a good day 🙌🏼 For the first time, we hosted two serve initiatives in two cities at the same time! Thank you to everyone who made it possible and we’re excited to keep this going
Davis Street Baptist Church
West End Church Dallas is needing donations to feed the homeless on Nov. 23rd from 9AM-2PM.
They would really appreciate frozen meat (including meat from last deer season), but they also need...
- Canned goods
- Paper plates
Bring donations to DSBC on Wednesday Nov. 13th, Sunday Nov. 17th, or Wednesday Nov. 20th.
Feel free to contact pastor Reed Barron if you have any questions.
Dallas Baptist Association
John Briseno is almost done with his internship! We are thankful to God for this awesome opportunity for him and for how well he has done with it.
Happy #NationalInternDay to Dago, John, and Olivia! They have spent ten weeks of their summer assisting our Communications Ministry with marketing, design, and web. We are blessed to have them serve with us at Texas Baptists.
Challenge: If this post receives 150 likes, the interns will celebrate with a 🍔 & 🍟 lunch.
Texas Baptists Missions Team
Graciano Castaneda is River Ministry Missionary to The Rio Grande Valley & was a professional boxer with 4 wins - 3 KOs. He enjoys being part of God's work on both sides of the border & being part of a team that works together in unity to fulfil what God has planned for the Valley and Mexico border. His prayer is for you to join the work! Bring a mission team and partner with a local church to do what our Lord Jesus Christ is doing and will continue to do in the Valley and Mexico border. Hear Graciano's moving testimony here:
Filling The Void
Our Dallas team, led by Randy Wysocki, hit the streets 49 times in 2018 to serve 3,017 meals, including some at a street church (shown here) we partner with in the historic West End. You can see our complete 2018 results at https://bit.ly/2aGyFR6
The Promise Church
3 years ago today! 🙏🏽
And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ. Eph. 3:17-18
On Tuesday and Thursday mornings we open with a voluntary Life Skills class. It’s a lesson followed by small group table discussions. Today we discussed Anger Management. #prayfortransformation
Roshonda and her family visited us at church this week! God is working in her life, and she longs to be an example to those around her.
So proud of Nataly! We are praying for you.
"My second semester I took Scriptures 1 with Dr. Ngan. One of our assigned readings was Daisy L. Machado's 'The Unnamed Woman: Justice, Feminists, and the Undocumented Woman.' When I read this article I began to cry. I kid you not, I was literally crying as I was reading! This specific moment in my time at Truett embodies what Truett means to me because Truett gave me hope for the future. That article was not only the first Hispanic theologian article I had read, it was the first time I had ever heard from a Latina theologian. In all honesty, I didn't even know Latino, none the less, Latina theologians existed. I was crying because in that moment Truett gave me hope. I realized that I could be Daisy L. Machado. I could, can and will be a Latina theologian. How exciting is that?! I thank Truett for the support and aid they have given me as not only a woman but as a minority." #BearsofTruett with Nataly Mora
Love costs all we are, and will ever be. Yet it is only love which sets us free. -- in a small garage church in Nuevo Laredo, MX
6 years ago today. Thank you God for your faithfulness. 🙌🏽
“When I graduate, I want to be an associate Pastor.” - Chris
-Pray for Chris, for wisdom and financial aid! We are excited for the plans God has for him. 🙏🏽
17 You will not have to fight this battle. Take up your positions; stand firm and see the deliverance the Lord will give you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged. Go out to face them tomorrow, and the Lord will be with you.’” | 2 Chronicles
Please keep Joshua in your prayers. He has a job interview today!! 🙏🏽
Join us tomorrow as we celebrate 6 indelible years full of grace and provision. We have been incredibly blessed by each life God has allowed us to come to know! 🙌🏽🙏🏿🎉
11 am @ 915 San Jacinto Dallas
We are so excited to celebrate our 6th year anniversary this Sunday!! We’ve invited an awesome speaker, Benjamin Youngblood, to bring the word; hope to see you there! 🎉🙏🏽
Sun. 11 @ 915 San Jacinto Dallas.
"I saw God working through the hands of the "hermanas" preparing the food, serving it, those who washed the dishes. I saw God working through the pastors and churches collecting donations to feed those who they welcomed into their feeding hall. I saw God working through those heralding the Good News and sharing the message of hope.
But the greatest appearance of God was in the eyes of those coming into the hall. Their face that could not hide the sadness, shattered dreams, and uncertainty of what their life will be now. I saw God in the smile of the deportees after receiving a hot meal and being treated as a human for the first time in 100+ days. Jesus said 'Whatever you did for the least of these, you did for me'. Well I saw him. I saw Jesus in my brothers and sisters loving and sharing both spiritual and physical food. I saw Jesus in the countenance of those who had been deported." - Nataly Mora
Anna Kasirye sharing scripture and hope with Noe at a deportation center. 🙏🏽
11 Porque yo sé muy bien los planes que tengo para ustedes —afirma el Señor—, planes de bienestar y no de calamidad, a fin de darles un futuro y una esperanza.
We have just received 50 handbags full of toiletries and gospel tracts! 🙏🏽 Thank you, God!
“We have great news! We have an apartment. We are off the streets!” - Cathy
Thank you!! We continue to receive donations for our Nuevo Laredo Mission trip! We appreciate how you have responded to the need.
— we are collecting shoe laces (shoes) + belts 🙏🏼
“We have been granted the pleasure to go on a mission trip to Mexico, Aug. 9th-12th.
What will we be doing?
We will be helping at a deportee camp by sharing the gospel and providing care packages to those in need.
HOWEVER, we need your help.
We need shoe laces and belts. Whatever size and condition. Please, feel free to contact us if you would like to donate anything.
Also the important thing we need is prayer, We would ask for you to please keep our team and the people in need in your prayers.”
Your brain on Poverty
"As a society and a world we need to look at scarcity of resources - and figure out how to fix poverty. No one should be so stressed out about getting food, paying rent, and having basic necessities that their cognitive functioning is impacted!" #EmpowerWomen #FightPoverty #ImpactGenerations
Angie and Lindsay, two of our summer missionaries, are in Mexico 🇲🇽. We are grateful for the heart that God has given our members to live in pursuit of ways to bless others.
“This is one of my patients. She has a heart murmur and a possible parasite infection that we are trying to treat.
I have learned that God not only has called me to help heal people spiritually but physically as well. My favorite part about being in Haiti is that I’ve been able to pray for each patient while providing medical care for them.” - Bailey | Summer missionary
“I think I really experienced what it means to be the Church. I saw how Hungarian churches are using their opportunity to operate schools to share the gospel.” - Holly | Summer Missionary in Budapest
How can we pray for you?
“I need health and strength, but I want to pray for your ministry so that it can grow and bless many people.” | Selfless Prayers
“I’ve been suffering with PTSD since my friend committed suicide. I just get very angry and then sad. I need prayer for God to get me through this.”
Existimos para amar a Dios, amar a la gente, y servir al mundo. Lo hacemos cada semana de tal manera, y te invitamos a que nos acompañen en el camino.
Service Times Sunday 8AM | 10:15 AM Wednesday 10AM First Wednesdays Master Class 7PM Food Pantry | Every Third Saturday | 9 AM Twitter @oakgardens Instagram @oakgardens
Watermark Community Church, Dallas TX
WELCOME TO THE KINGDOM EXPERIENCE!! Faith Kingdom Church 6916 Lake June Rd. Dallas, Tx
Raising up a generation of youth who will love and serve the Lord! "And he lifted up his eyes, and saw the women and the children; and said, Who are those with thee? And he said, The children which God hath graciously given thy servant." (Genesis 33:5)
Join Pastor Fredrick Terry and the Powell Memorial Family as we worship and glorify God together.
Dallas Apostolic Faith Mission Carrying on the mandate to preach the gospel under the leadership of Pastor Patrick Kwesha Snr.
Pastor Marvin R. Proctor and First Lady Debra Proctor