Munger Place Church

Munger Place Church

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Where can we find the prayer from the Book of Common Prayer you read during morning and evening prayers?
Thanks, Andrew Forrest. It's good to be here and to be still.
Given the topic. Wanted to share this photo we took of last night’s storm taken from a small town in northwest TX in middle of no-where in Wagoner County. God’s beautiful way sometimes.
Fear Stops Here really hit home for our family this morning. Thanks Pastor Andrew and Munger Place Church for loving on your people so well always, especially during this time.
Good Morning!
Monday - Friday 15 min Pastor Andrew leads a 15 min Prayer Service twice a day at 7:00 am & 7:00 pm. I recommend it at anytime but especially during the current crisis, Pastor Andrew is something special. I was in Houston and Lakewood Church with Pastor Joel Osteen for 6 years and I see the same sincerity, purity, and passion in them both. Sadly, He is a Methodist, but he doesn't seem to notice so no one mentions it. He always says he doesn't care what you look like, or smell like (I think that is a poke at me but I'm not 100% sure} or believe what he believes, but that everyone is welcome
How our littles are watching church this morning ♥️ Thank you for all of your hard work Mungarians!!!
Love being able to worship today!
What I loved the most about the online service was watching Kate and Andrew figure out how to do the service in real time! It is great to see people we love and look up to struggling with things just like the rest of us do. Kate sounds just as awesome singing sideways and Andrew is just as good a preacher from the neck down as when his face is showing! Awesome job Munger Place Church. "What (you) meant for evil (virus) God has used for good." Amen.
Great job this morning! Thank you to all for the effort to bring Munger into our home ❤️🙏🏼 Be safe and healthy❣️
Worshipping from Lakewood.
Gratitude —-> Happiness ✨

A congregation in East Dallas that loves its neighborhood. www.mungerplace.org

What We Want East Dallas to Know About Us: We believe that Dallas doesn’t necessarily need more card-carrying Christians; what Dallas needs are more people who are living like Jesus. We believe that commitment to faith in Jesus isn’t a finish line: it’s the starting line, and the subsequent life of faith is about God’s gracious work to change us from the heart outward. We believe that being a Christian ought to mean that you are becoming more courageous and less fearful, more generous and less greedy, and more about reconciliation and less racist. We believe that there is no one whose life disqualifies him or her from beginning to follow Jesus; we also believe that there is no part of our lives that Jesus isn’t asking us to turn over to his Lordship. What It Means to Be Methodist: Munger is a United Methodist congregation, the East Dallas campus of Highland Park UMC. As Methodists, we believe that living like Jesus is paramount. United Methodists are part of the larger Christian faith and affirm all of the historic beliefs of the faith as articulated in the historic creeds of the church. We affirm the God of Israel who has been decisively revealed in Jesus of Nazareth and continues to be present and at work in our lives in the form of the Holy Spirit. This understanding of God is known as the Trinity. We believe that God has been revealed through the Bible.

Mission: The original Munger Place Methodist Church was founded in 1913, and the beautiful sanctuary built in 1925. For years it was one of the largest and most influential churches in Dallas. In the latter part of the 20th century, however, the section of Dallas called Old East Dallas went through a long period of decline, and so did the church. By the summer of 2009 the former Munger Place congregation could no longer afford to keep its doors open, and the larger United Methodist church organization in North Texas stepped in. Nearby Highland Park United Methodist agreed to assume responsibility of the Munger Place site, with the understanding that HPUMC would raise the money necessary to renovate the building, and that as soon as possible, HPUMC would plant a new congregation in the old Munger Place building. It was really important to everyone involved that the legacy of Munger Place would continue, and that Munger would continue to be a great neighborhood church. The idea was that Munger Place Church would be an extension campus of Highland Park United Methodist, in the same way that the University of Texas at Dallas is an extension campus of the larger University of Texas system. In October of 2010, after extensive renovations, a new congregation was launched out of the old Munger Place church building: Munger Place Church. Today, Munger Place Church stands as a symbol of resurrection and renewal for the surrounding community. Expect great things!

And? How was it?!

Seek Ye First - Munger Virtual VBS 2020

We dare you not to sing along with this poolside VBS 2020 rendition of "Seek Ye First" featuring Kate, Kelly, Barbara, Greg, and Gary.

Virtual VBS kicked off today! Check out mungerplace.org/vbs for more info!

[Thank you Curtis Vaughn for this awesome video.]

Do This First! 🌅🙏💪

9:30 Am Parking Lot Prayer Service

June 7 @ 8:30 AM

June 7 @ 8:30 AM

June 7 @ 7:00 AM

June 7 @ 7:00 AM

Psalm 54: God is my helper

***UPDATE 9:00 PM THURSDAY--3rd outdoor prayer service added at 7:00 AM***

PLEASE READ!! ***THIS SUNDAY***
DETAILS FOR THE OUTDOOR PRAYER SERVICES:
The events of the past two weeks have shown: we are a spiritually broken people. From examples of present-day violence against black Americans to the anger and fear that are everywhere, we need God’s grace more than ever.

For several reasons we aren’t able to open up the church yet, but that doesn’t mean we can’t assemble as the church, while still following pandemic protocols.

So, let’s do it!

Sunday, June 7

-7:00 AM [new option]

• 8:30 AM

• 10:00 AM

We’ll meet outside in our parking lot. Bring your own blanket or chair. Keep a parking space (9 ft.) between households, please.

THE PLAN:

Our services will be short and sweet: no longer than 40 minutes.

Kate and Kelly will play a few songs for us, and then I will be having a conversation on stage with fellow Mungarian Fred Jones about racial violence, the church, and where we can go from here. Fred and I have had multiple conversations over the years about these topics, and after another good conversation earlier this week, I thought we’d all benefit from hearing from someone within the Munger community.

IMPORTANT DETAILS:
We are capping each service at 200 people, which will allow for lots of space between households. YOU MUST REGISTER. (If our services fill up, then we’ll add more services(!)—we don’t really know what to expect.)

***REGISTER HERE:***
https://bit.ly/3dBNPE3

Unfortunately, we aren’t able to provide childcare or coffee. (No doughnuts or other snacks either. I know!)

The buildings will closed, except that restrooms will be available.

It will be HOT. Dress for the hot sun. Bring water and an umbrella, if you want it.

**Parents, feel free to bring sidewalk chalk or other games with which to keep kids occupied during the brief service.**

If you know folks who don’t have internet access, please be sure to personally invite them so they are included. (Maybe you could even register for them.)

We understand that the circumstances of many Mungarians will keep them from attending this Sunday, and so we will broadcast an online service as usual.

If you even suspect you are sick, please don’t come!

Our primary way for safely gathering is that we are meeting in the open air and keeping social distance (9 ft.). Any additional measures your family would like to take (e.g., masks, etc.) are welcome!

Love and courage,
Andrew

P.S. Don't forget to register! https://bit.ly/3dBNPE3

Evening Prayer: 6/4/20

Did you hear??

God is good.

Am I a fool?! Morning Prayer 6/4/2020

Me=Green Olive Tree 🌳👦🏻 - Morning Prayer 6/3/2020

Me=Green Olive Tree 🌳👦🏻
Pray Psalm 52:8 over your life today!

HUNGRY for righteousness! 🙏🏻🌈💪🏻

HUNGRY for righteousness. 🙏🏻🌈💪🏻
Lots of us have been fasting these past 24 hours. May God make us as hungry for righteousness as we are for nourishment!

The Problem With Finger-Pointing. 👈 Morning Prayer 6/2/2020

The problem with finger pointing is that I always place myself in the company of the righteous and good while I tell other people they are the problem. Psalm 51 says, in contrast, that *I* am the problem!

Did You Have What You Needed Today? - Evening Prayer 6/1/2020

HONESTLY: Did you have what you needed today? 🤔
Thank God for today, and trust him for tomorrow.

We are a broken nation, and we need God's mercy and healing. Prayer is what we need—we can’t fix ourselves.
Please join us for 24 hours of fasting and prayer.

Sign up for a 30-minute prayer vigil slot by clicking the link below: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f054badaa23abf85-munger2

Start: 7 pm | Monday, June 1
End: 7 pm | Tuesday, June 2

It's Time to Reset - Morning Prayer 6/1/2020

A Time to Reset—join us. 🌅🌈🙏

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Song Lyrics - Munger Place Church

Service starts at 9:30am! Download the song lyrics to sing along with Kate:
https://www.mungerplace.org/song-lyrics

mungerplace.org Click the button below to download the Sunday Worship Song Lyrics and make a joyful noise to the Lord!

Psalm 49: What money can buy...

05/29/20 - Morning Prayer - Psalm 47

How to be CALM in the STORM!

Peace be with all of you!

How to Stay Calm in the Storm! 💪🏻🌈 15 minute Bible study

How to stay calm in the storm! 💪🏻🌈 15 minute Bible study—join us!
Psalm 46 is SO GOOD.

The Gates of Hell! Evening Prayer 5/27/2020

The gates of Hell!

What Marriages Need Prayer Today? 👰🤵 - Morning Prayer 5/27/2020

What marriages should we be praying for today? 👰🤵 Today's Psalm 45 is a wedding psalm.

Evening Prayer - 5/26/2020

New summer habit?

Time to Get Back At It - Morning Prayer 5/26/2020

Time to get back at it! Cut your losses and jump back into morning prayer today. 🙏🏻💪🏻🇺🇸 Let me know how your weekend was.

A Memorial Day Meditation - Sunday Service 5/24/2020

Memorial Day is a time for reflection, and I've been thinking recently about sickness--not biological sickness, but spiritual sickness. Here's a warning of what to look for, and a word of hope about a cure. --Andrew Forrest

[05/24/20]   Memorial Day is a time for reflection, and I've been thinking recently about sickness--not biological sickness, but spiritual sickness. Here's a warning of what to look for, and a word of hope about a cure. --Andrew Forrest

Who We Are

We believe that Dallas doesn’t necessarily need more card-carrying Christians; what Dallas needs are more people who are living like Jesus. We believe that commitment to faith in Jesus isn’t a finish line: it’s the starting line, and the subsequent life of faith is about God’s gracious work to change us from the heart outward. We believe that being a Christian ought to mean that you are becoming more courageous and less fearful, more generous and less greedy, and more about reconciliation and less racist. We believe that there is no one whose life disqualifies him or her from beginning to follow Jesus; we also believe that there is no part of our lives that Jesus isn’t asking us to turn over to his Lordship.

Munger is a United Methodist congregation, the East Dallas campus of Highland Park UMC. As Methodists, we believe that living like Jesus is paramount. United Methodists are part of the larger Christian faith and affirm all of the historic beliefs of the faith as articulated in the historic creeds of the church. We affirm the God of Israel who has been decisively revealed in Jesus of Nazareth and continues to be present and at work in our lives in the form of the Holy Spirit. This understanding of God is known as the Trinity. We believe that God has been revealed through the Bible.

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Videos (show all)

Seek Ye First - Munger Virtual VBS 2020
9:30 Am Parking Lot Prayer Service
Evening Prayer: 6/4/20
Me=Green Olive Tree 🌳👦🏻 - Morning Prayer 6/3/2020

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5200 Bryan St
Dallas, TX
75206

Opening Hours

Sunday 09:30 - 12:00
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