Oak Lawn United Methodist Church

Oak Lawn United Methodist Church

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Tonight....DELILAH!! Bad Girl??? Hmmmmm.. Let's see!
Join us!! 6:30 pm
Hey everyone! I’m watching on YouTube if anyone wants to join me. 😊
Having fun with our fantastic Lenten Series kit!
I can't remember how to get on the service at 11am
Christian rock band The Protest is performing live on your area next month!Currently near the top of the Christian rock charts for their song, “Greater,” The Protest and more will be at The Word at Lakeside Church if God located in Lakeside, TX in the Fort Worth area Friday, March 5th. Limited tickets are available. See The Protest for more info.
Someone forgot to tell Bernie that services are online these days!
All set for Advent
All set for Advent.
Gracia Viva is selling tamales for the holidays AND to raise funds for their congregation.
Here are the deets:
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$20 (cash only) for a pack of 12 tamales
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Chicken in green sauce / or / Pork in red sauce
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To order, text (no calls por favor 😉) Pastor Isabel: 469-879-3783
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Orders more than 10 dozen must be paid in advance
Thank you so much!
Many thanks to Pastor Mara for offering a reflection for The Feast Congregation Devotional. Be Blessed.
https://www.facebook.com/john.hammond.3557440/videos/4400827606625084/ A love song for appreciation of god's wonders, feel free to share of use as quiet meditation.
This is a picture of the church back in 1890,I believe it had just been completed taking the place of the 1st one.this came from my book on my uncle Marcus h.cullum.

The purpose of Oak Lawn UMC is to worship and serve God while practicing the inclusion of all people in order to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of our community and the world.

Oak Lawn UMC is a Reconciling Congregation: Loving, Compassionate, Inclusive. We welcome people of all ages, races, backgrounds, abilities, economic circumstances, sexual orientations, and gender identities into the life and leadership of our church. We commit to advocating for justice and full inclusion of all people in our congregation and in the community we serve.

Operating as usual

Photos from Oak Lawn United Methodist Church's post 09/13/2021

What a success! Yesterday over 10 volunteers showed up to create 120 blessing bags!!

Thanks to Ali Slaughter for organizing this Blessing Bag Party!

On Sunday - all of you can take a bag home with you to keep in your car and pass out to an unsheltered neighbor.
You can also join our next Blessing Bag Party on October 10!

09/12/2021

Welcome to the First Post-Worship Convo!

Today in worship we began our series on COMMUNITY: Cultivating Generosity for an UNcommon good. Rev. Rachel invited us to reflect on ways that we - our community - are called to work toward the common good in uncommon ways. We do this together, leaning on each other, as a community of Christ followers.

With that in mind: Let's think about some of the things that make our COMMUNITY one that you love and cherish. What Three Things Do You Love Most About Oak Lawn?

Welcome to the First Post-Worship Convo!

Today in worship we began our series on COMMUNITY: Cultivating Generosity for an UNcommon good. Rev. Rachel invited us to reflect on ways that we - our community - are called to work toward the common good in uncommon ways. We do this together, leaning on each other, as a community of Christ followers.

With that in mind: Let's think about some of the things that make our COMMUNITY one that you love and cherish. What Three Things Do You Love Most About Oak Lawn?

09/12/2021

Sunday Worship: “Community: Cultivating Generosity for an Uncommon Good” with Rev. Rachel Baughman

We’re so happy you’re joining us digitally for worship! If this is your first time, WELCOME! Help us get to know you better and learn more about us!

Fill out our Connect Card here:
https://connect-card.com/n1jXSxHGgqEnFL7zTsGe

You can follow along with our service via the digital bulletin here:
https://www.olumc.org/bulletin

Lastly, to give to OLUMC, here is a link to the online offering form:
https://olumc.churchcenter.com/giving

All rights reserved. CCLI License #: 11477401 One License #: A-728430 Envato Licensed Elements.

09/11/2021

Today WE remember;

O God,
In commemorating this tragedy,
we give you thanks for your presence
in our time of need
and we seek to worship you in Spirit and in truth, our guide and our guardian. Amen.

from “A Prayer for the Anniversary of 9/11” by Rev. Jeremy Pridgeon

Picture: The Wetzel-Tyler Chamber of Commerce

Today WE remember;

O God,
In commemorating this tragedy,
we give you thanks for your presence
in our time of need
and we seek to worship you in Spirit and in truth, our guide and our guardian. Amen.

from “A Prayer for the Anniversary of 9/11” by Rev. Jeremy Pridgeon

Picture: The Wetzel-Tyler Chamber of Commerce

09/10/2021

Sunday is the Day!
Be ready after Worship to give a hand putting together the blessings bags!
This is a family activity!
see you at noon in the Fellowship Hall!

Sunday is the Day!
Be ready after Worship to give a hand putting together the blessings bags!
This is a family activity!
see you at noon in the Fellowship Hall!

09/09/2021

Community: Cultivating Generosity for an UnCommon Good begins next week!

What does it mean to live a life that is uncommon? How does this uncommon living actually cultivate the common good? Imagine what generosity could do to make common what is too often uncommon: a beloved community.

We will go through an eight-week sermon series with virtual conversations over social media to imagine who we want to be as a church in 2022 and what is required of us to achieve these dreams - We will celebrate, sing, and get to know one another more deeply! Join us for this transformational series!

Community: Cultivating Generosity for an UnCommon Good begins next week!

What does it mean to live a life that is uncommon? How does this uncommon living actually cultivate the common good? Imagine what generosity could do to make common what is too often uncommon: a beloved community.

We will go through an eight-week sermon series with virtual conversations over social media to imagine who we want to be as a church in 2022 and what is required of us to achieve these dreams - We will celebrate, sing, and get to know one another more deeply! Join us for this transformational series!

09/08/2021

From Nakia Clark with the American Red Cross:

Thank you for coordinating the Friday, August 27, 2021 Blood Drive. We were very pleased with the drive overall, and the willingness of the donors to share this life saving gift.

The efforts of Oak Lawn United Methodist Church have always been greatly appreciated and their support of the community blood program will go a long way toward replenishing blood supplies and ultimately saving lives.

In addition, we very much appreciate your efforts during this crucial time. You may be interested to know that 23 donors registered, 3 donors were deferred and 23 units were collected! We also registered 12 first time donors!

Again, thank you for your contribution and ongoing support of this important community program. I look forward to working with you again on an upcoming blood drive.

From Nakia Clark with the American Red Cross:

Thank you for coordinating the Friday, August 27, 2021 Blood Drive. We were very pleased with the drive overall, and the willingness of the donors to share this life saving gift.

The efforts of Oak Lawn United Methodist Church have always been greatly appreciated and their support of the community blood program will go a long way toward replenishing blood supplies and ultimately saving lives.

In addition, we very much appreciate your efforts during this crucial time. You may be interested to know that 23 donors registered, 3 donors were deferred and 23 units were collected! We also registered 12 first time donors!

Again, thank you for your contribution and ongoing support of this important community program. I look forward to working with you again on an upcoming blood drive.

09/06/2021

Labor Day is a holiday that invites us to honor and recognize the American labor movement and more importantly the works and contribution of laborers to the development and achievements of the United States. This is the time to acknowledge the value of all laborers and their contributions to the well-being of all.
All of us are aware that the past months have not been friendly in terms of work. The pandemic has left many people not only underemployed but also unemployed. Laborers are struggling to make ends meet. I salute all laborers for working doubly hard to provide for their personal needs and the needs of their families.
As we celebrate Labor Day, we like to invite all of us to remember all those who serve in the US Forces, in the medical field, firefighters, the farm and grocery workers, the hotel and restaurant employees, teachers, pilots and flight attendants and all who work at the airports, and clergies who worked in creative ways to delivered the good news in the midst of a pandemic. – these are just some of the “essential workers” or “front-liners” who ensure that our basic needs are met. They often go over above and beyond their call of duty to keep us safe and healthy. Thus, they deserve to be showered with recognition and gratitude.
From the spiritual standpoint, through them, we experience God’s healing and loving presence in our midst. They give us a reason to believe that life is worth living – that we can start all over again even after the most devastating challenge that comes our way.
However, you have planned to celebrate Labor Day, whether a BBQ, camping, travel, or simply being at home, we encourage everyone to pause and give thanks to the Creator of all, and to pray for one another, we who have been given the gift to work in God’s vineyard.
Let us all be safe in our observance of this holiday.

By Holy Spirit Parish.

Labor Day is a holiday that invites us to honor and recognize the American labor movement and more importantly the works and contribution of laborers to the development and achievements of the United States. This is the time to acknowledge the value of all laborers and their contributions to the well-being of all.
All of us are aware that the past months have not been friendly in terms of work. The pandemic has left many people not only underemployed but also unemployed. Laborers are struggling to make ends meet. I salute all laborers for working doubly hard to provide for their personal needs and the needs of their families.
As we celebrate Labor Day, we like to invite all of us to remember all those who serve in the US Forces, in the medical field, firefighters, the farm and grocery workers, the hotel and restaurant employees, teachers, pilots and flight attendants and all who work at the airports, and clergies who worked in creative ways to delivered the good news in the midst of a pandemic. – these are just some of the “essential workers” or “front-liners” who ensure that our basic needs are met. They often go over above and beyond their call of duty to keep us safe and healthy. Thus, they deserve to be showered with recognition and gratitude.
From the spiritual standpoint, through them, we experience God’s healing and loving presence in our midst. They give us a reason to believe that life is worth living – that we can start all over again even after the most devastating challenge that comes our way.
However, you have planned to celebrate Labor Day, whether a BBQ, camping, travel, or simply being at home, we encourage everyone to pause and give thanks to the Creator of all, and to pray for one another, we who have been given the gift to work in God’s vineyard.
Let us all be safe in our observance of this holiday.

By Holy Spirit Parish.

09/05/2021

Sunday Worship: “Jesus Heals a Deaf Man” with Rev. Dr. Chuck Aaron

We’re so happy you’re joining us digitally for worship! If this is your first time, WELCOME! Help us get to know you better and learn more about us!

Fill out our Connect Card here:
https://connect-card.com/n1jXSxHGgqEnFL7zTsGe

You can follow along with our service via the digital bulletin here:
https://www.olumc.org/bulletin

Lastly, to give to OLUMC, here is a link to the online offering form:
https://olumc.churchcenter.com/giving

All rights reserved. CCLI License #: 11477401 One License #: A-728430 Envato Licensed Elements.

09/04/2021

Pack a Pantry September 5
We collect non-perishable food items for our food pantry, which serves those in our community who are experiencing food insecurity.
Visit olumc.org/serve for the shopping list and volunteer opportunities putting food items away.
The collection is First Sunday of the Month at oak Lawn UMC from 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Parking Lot by Double Glass Doors
Drop off available by appointment. Contact [email protected]
Drop off available by appointment. Contact [email protected]
To volunteer to help collect food or to help sort and put collected food away, click here to sign up

Pack a Pantry September 5
We collect non-perishable food items for our food pantry, which serves those in our community who are experiencing food insecurity.
Visit olumc.org/serve for the shopping list and volunteer opportunities putting food items away.
The collection is First Sunday of the Month at oak Lawn UMC from 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Parking Lot by Double Glass Doors
Drop off available by appointment. Contact [email protected]
Drop off available by appointment. Contact [email protected]
To volunteer to help collect food or to help sort and put collected food away, click here to sign up

09/04/2021

The elevator is in service again! Yeay
We want to thank you all for your patience during this time without an elevator.

The elevator is in service again! Yeay
We want to thank you all for your patience during this time without an elevator.

09/04/2021

Enjoy the long weekend!

Enjoy the long weekend!

09/03/2021

If it wasn’t for faithful supporters like you, we wouldn’t exist. Thank you for supplying food that we need to make a difference in the lives of people who experiencing food insecurity.

If it wasn’t for faithful supporters like you, we wouldn’t exist. Thank you for supplying food that we need to make a difference in the lives of people who experiencing food insecurity.

08/31/2021

Coffee with Pastors! TOMORROW we'll continue our 10:00 AM social hour with coffee and clergy. Join us - even if for a few minutes to say hello! Zoom link found at olumc.org/events

Coffee with Pastors! TOMORROW we'll continue our 10:00 AM social hour with coffee and clergy. Join us - even if for a few minutes to say hello! Zoom link found at olumc.org/events

08/29/2021

Sunday Worship: “Bad Girls of the Bible: Eve” with Rev. Michael Baughman

We’re so happy you’re joining us digitally for worship! If this is your first time, WELCOME! Help us get to know you better and learn more about us!

Fill out our Connect Card here:
https://connect-card.com/n1jXSxHGgqEnFL7zTsGe

You can follow along with our service via the digital bulletin here:
https://www.olumc.org/bulletin

Lastly, to give to OLUMC, here is a link to the online offering form:
https://connect-card.com/n1jXSxHGgqEnFL7zTsGe

All rights reserved. CCLI License #: 11477401 One License #: A-728430 Envato Licensed Elements.

Photos from Oak Lawn United Methodist Church's post 08/26/2021

Happy National Dog Day!
Let us share pictures of our fur babies!
#OLUMCFurBabies

Thank you for your bark
Thank you for welcoming me home with a smile and wagging tail
Thank you for your kisses and paws without asking
Thank you for your silly antics
Thank you for lying next to me
Thank you for a cold wet nose
Thank you for adopting me
Thank you for letting me be part of your life
LOVE FOREVER, Your Human

Photos from Oak Lawn United Methodist Church's post 08/24/2021

Today Sammantha leaves for the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage in Spain! Pastor Rachel Griffin Baughman and Cathy Cavazos Bryan sent her off at the airport with prayers this morning. We are so proud of her as she begins this journey and pray blessings upon her that she may experience God and Creation in new and profound ways 🙏

08/22/2021

Sunday Worship: "Bad Girls of the Bible: Eve” with Pastor Kaitlyn Frantz

We’re so happy you’re joining us digitally for worship! If this is your first time, WELCOME! Help us to get to know you better and learn more about us!

Fill out our Connect Card here:
https://connect-card.com/n1jXSxHGgqEnFL7zTsGe

You can follow along with our service via the digital bulletin here: https://www.olumc.org/bulletin
Lastly, to give to OLUMC, here is a link to online offering form:
https://olumc.churchcenter.com/giving

All rights reserved. CCLI License #: 11477401 One License #: A-728430 Envato Licensed Elements.

08/15/2021

Sunday Worship: "Bad Girls of the Bible: Tamar” with Pastor Isabel Marquez

We’re so happy you’re joining us digitally for worship! If this is your first time, WELCOME! Help us to get to know you better and learn more about us!

Fill out our Connect Card here:
https://connect-card.com/n1jXSxHGgqEnFL7zTsGe

You can follow along with our service via the digital bulletin here: https://www.olumc.org/bulletin
Lastly, to give to OLUMC, here is a link to online offering form:
https://olumc.churchcenter.com/giving

All rights reserved. CCLI License #: 11477401 One License #: A-728430 Envato Licensed Elements.

Timeline Photos 08/13/2021

❗Important Updates - https://mailchi.mp/158ea1db9a7c/a-few-announcements-for-your-weekend-13391797
Please read for updates about our Updated Covid-19 Safety Protocol, Status of the Elevator, and Ways to Engage in Your OLUMC Community!

❗Important Updates - https://mailchi.mp/158ea1db9a7c/a-few-announcements-for-your-weekend-13391797
Please read for updates about our Updated Covid-19 Safety Protocol, Status of the Elevator, and Ways to Engage in Your OLUMC Community!

08/08/2021

Sunday Worship: "Bad Girls of the Bible: Eve” with Rev. Rachel Baughman

We’re so happy you’re joining us digitally for worship! If this is your first time, WELCOME! Help us to get to know you better and learn more about us!

Fill out our Connect Card here:
https://connect-card.com/n1jXSxHGgqEnFL7zTsGe

You can follow along with our service via the digital bulletin here: https://www.olumc.org/bulletin
Lastly, to give to OLUMC, here is a link to online offering form:
https://olumc.churchcenter.com/giving

All rights reserved. CCLI License #: 11477401 One License #: A-728430 Envato Licensed Elements.

08/08/2021

Dear OLUMC congregants!
The church elevator is still out of order. Please take that into consideration planning to attend worship today.
We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause you. We are (meaning Cliff LOL) working diligently to fix this issue asap.
Blessings

Dear OLUMC congregants!
The church elevator is still out of order. Please take that into consideration planning to attend worship today.
We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause you. We are (meaning Cliff LOL) working diligently to fix this issue asap.
Blessings

Videos (show all)

Sunday Worship: “Community: Cultivating Generosity for an Uncommon Good” with Rev. Rachel Baughman
Sunday Worship: “Jesus Heals a Deaf Man” with Rev. Dr. Chuck Aaron
Sunday Worship: “Bad Girls of the Bible: Eve” with Rev. Michael Baughman
Sunday Worship: "Bad Girls of the Bible: Eve” with Pastor Kaitlyn Frantz
Sunday Worship: "Bad Girls of the Bible: Tamar” with Pastor Isabel Marquez
Sunday Worship: "Bad Girls of the Bible: Eve” with Rev. Rachel Baughman
Sunday Worship: "Sing! Play! Summer!" with Rev. Rachel Baughman
Sunday Worship: "Sing! Play! Summer!" with Pastor Kaitlyn Frantz
Sunday Worship: "Sing! Play! Summer!" with Pastor Isabel Marquez
Sunday Worship: "Sing! Play! Summer!" with Rev. Rachel Baughman
Sunday Sermon: Jonah with Rev. Michael Baughman
Sunday Worship: "Sing! Play! Summer!" with Rev. Rachel Baughman

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3014 Oak Lawn Ave
Dallas, TX
75219

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Let mutual love continue. And do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by doing so, some of us have entertained God’s angels without knowing it. Hebrews 13:1-2 Oak Lawn UMC is a Reconciling Congregation: Loving, Compassionate, Inclusive. We welcome people of all ages, races, backgrounds, abilities, economic circumstances, sexual orientations, and gender identities into the life and leadership of our church. We commit to advocating for justice and full inclusion of all people in our congregation and in the community we serve. Join us in worship any Sunday at 9:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m., or at our Wednesday Communion at 12:00 p.m.

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 5pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 5pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 5pm
Thursday 8:30am - 5pm
Sunday 9am - 5pm
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