This is the official page for Highland Park United Methodist Church located in Dallas, Texas. http://www.hpumc.org
Whether you prefer a traditional service, contemporary worship, or an in-depth teaching series on the Gospels, there is a place for you in one of HPUMC's five ways to worship. Beyond just Sundays, Highland Park offers a wide variety of Bible studies, classes, support groups, and outreach projects to help get you plugged in to our community. Family is a top priority at HPUMC. Our many children's programs are designed to excite kids and equip parents. There is a spot for every age group, from D6 Families, to Youth, and College students. Learn more at www.hpumc.org. See you Sunday!
Mission: Our mission is to help people become deeply devoted followers of Jesus Christ.
Ash Wednesday is a time for reminding ourselves of what Lent and Easter are all about – the journey to the cross and the death and resurrection of Jesus.
Want to learn more about the significance of Ash Wednesday? Check out this great piece from Rev. Walt Marcum! ⟶ https://buff.ly/2v2VMkX
Last night was amazing! Incredible music, great food, confetti, and tons of fun... what more could you ask for?
Oh yeah, how about a BRAND NEW CHURCH CAMPUS?!🎊🎊 We are so excited for the next chapter launching this Fall at the House of Blues Dallas in Uptown!
Want to learn more about Uptown Church?
⟶ www.hpumc.org/uptown ⟵
It's official! We're excited to announce the next campus of HPUMC coming this Fall to the House of Blues in Uptown! 🎉🎉🎉
Learn more: www.hpumc.org/uptown
Have you ever been to Israel? We want to hear from you! Tell us what you thought of the trip. 👇🇮🇱
hpumc.org The entire trip was filled with smells, sounds, sights, and tastes that I won’t soon forget. I notice things.
It is both insulting and dangerous to convince yourself that we are someone else's only answer. We are the conduit. Christ is the energy source.
We are not someone's answer, Jesus is.
Love gospel music like this? Come party with us this Sunday! 🎉🎉
Be the first to hear Rev. Paul Rasmussen's vision for how we're going to reach more people in Dallas than ever before! You'll enjoy gospel music, great fellowship, and hear plans for HPUMC's next campus in Uptown.
Learn more → www.hpumc.org/feb23
Thank you to the cast and crew of Spotlight's 10th Annual Musical Theatre for teaching us that LOVE can ROCK the world! 🤘❤️🎸
Today we start a brand new book as part of our "Letters From Prison" reading plan! 📖 If you're not reading with us yet, this is the PERFECT time to start.
If you are still following along, let us know how it's going for you below! 👇
Learn more: www.hpumc.org/bible
Opening night ROCKED!🤘🎸
The cast and crew of the 10th annual Spotlight Musical Theatre delivered an incredible performance last night. Their message this year was all about how LOVE can ROCK the world!
Catch their last performance tonight at 5pm.
I bet you can guess which Superbowl commercial was Rev. Matt Tuggle's favorite after watching this... 📺🏈
When we kicked off our new reading plan, “Letters from Prison,” Cheryl Meadows decided to take one of the books home and read along with us.
But this time, she decided she wouldn't be doing it alone.
hpumc.org Encouraged by Bibles and Biscuits, a morning devotional time held each week for middle school students and their parents, Cheryl and her son chose to read and discuss the Bible passages together.
Jesus came into the world to show you that you are good enough for God, no matter what.
How do you love people who are just plane hard to love? Rev. Paul Rasmussen shares a few things to keep in mind.
If you're still following along with the Letters From Prison reading plan, you already know that this week's readings are controversial, to say the least. Before you throw in the towel, check out this great resource from Hannah Buchanan to add a little context to your daily readings.
hpumc.org Don’t miss the power and beauty and mystery of what Paul is saying. Soak it in. Linger on the questions. Let it make you uncomfortable — and ask that God would guide you as you read.
All of us are probably guilty of THIS👇 at some point or another. Instead, we need to be people who speak in love and kindness towards other people.
"God's dream for you is likely bigger than your dream for yourself."
- Rev. Matt Tuggle
Jenny grew up in a Christian home, was baptized when she was eight, went to a private Christian school, and numerous Bible studies. But it was her latest trip to Israel that left her feeling like she knew more about who Jesus was, and what his life was like, than she ever could have learned from reading the Bible alone.
hpumc.org We felt what it was like when the disciples saw Jesus standing on the shore after his resurrection and their fishing nets were suddenly full.
We are growing! So, naturally, we're throwing a party!
Changing lives is what drives us. Be the first to hear Rev. Paul Rasmussen's vision for how we're going to reach more people in Dallas than ever before! Enjoy gospel music, great fellowship, and hear plans for HPUMC's next campus in Uptown.
Jesus has the power to bring people together that have absolutely nothing in common. Where there was once hostility, Jesus brings peace. And he can do that in your life, too.
Do you remember this magical moment from last year's Spotlight Performance, "Flight of Fantasy?"🎪🐉🏰
If you're like us, and you can't wait for this year's musical masterpiece, then get excited for the 10th Annual Spotlight Music Theatre, "it's Not Just A Song!" 🎟️Tickets are on sale now!
"You don't have to be appointed by man if you are called by God."
- Rev. Paul Rasmussen
How do you find your purpose? Rev. Rasmussen shares why it starts with these two questions.
Lately, it seems that anxiety, depression, & other mental health issues are surrounding our society. As a parent, if you're feeling overwhelmed or intimidated when it comes to supporting your child through these emotions, we want to help!
hpumc.org They want you to not freak out and simply listen and ask questions. What triggers them? What calms them down? How long have they been experiencing this?
The dream for the Methodist Children's Home of Costa Rica began on a Sunday morning in 2005. As she walked to church with her daughters, Lidia Zirkel noticed several children sleeping on the streets.
That's when her daughter asked her the question that would change the lives of dozens of children and countless volunteers to come.
Read more: https://buff.ly/2RVIePo
"It was clear to me at that moment that God was working when he put us together."
Being in community is at the core of what we're called to do as Christians. Are you ready to join a small group? Check out this story from Molly and be sure to sign up for the next launch in February.
hpumc.org God blessed me with a group of 13 Christ-seeking friends. Although we're at similar stages of life currently, we vary in age, perspectives, and experiences.
Got plans for leap day this year?
Come hang out with us at the 2020 Women's Retreat!
We have so many exciting things planned for the weekend, from dynamic worship and a late-night party with dessert under string lights, to HPUMC’s pop-up shop featuring dozens of the best local vendors.
Early-bird pricing ends TODAY, so don't wait to register!
Some people love to work, others not so much. In either case, how we work seems to be important to God. And it certainly helps define how we are remembered.
If you're feeling down about your job, like what you do doesn't matter, then you should watch this.
"For God, the significance of our work is not in the details of our task and the details of our job, it's in how we do it." - Rev. Paul Rasmussen
Our team spent their final day traveling through the Holy Land. Rev. Matt Tuggle and Rev. Andrew Beard describe what this journey has meant to them and their understanding of the Bible.
See more from their trip: www.hpumc.org/israel-2020
Today was a special day for our team visiting the Holy Land. They were able to step foot in, what is believed to be, the very place Jesus spent his last night on earth: The House of High Priest Caiaphas.
Want to see more videos from their trip?
We are extremely grateful for the dozens of volunteers who spent their day yesterday providing meals for more than 850 people across Dallas! This partnership with Meals on Wheels Texas has become one of our favorite traditions each Martin Luther King Day.
🇮🇱 Israel day seven has been cold, wet and amazing! We toured The Temple Mount, prayed at the Western Wall, walked throughout the old city to see the Pool of Bethesda and St. Anne's Church before going back to the Garden of Gethsemane.
This winter, we are reading through four biblical letters that the Apostle Paul wrote while imprisoned. It seems appropriate, therefore, that today we read and reflect on another profound letter written from behind bars.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wrote his “Letter from Birmingham Jail” while imprisoned as a participant in nonviolent demonstrations against segregation. We believe it is a timeless work that still has much to teach us today, more than 50 years after it was written.
africa.upenn.edu 16 April 1963 My Dear Fellow Clergymen: While confined here in the Birmingham city jail, I came across your recent statement calling my present activities "unwise and untimely." Seldom do I pause to answer criticism of my work and ideas. If I sought to answer all the criticisms that cross my desk, m...
🇮🇱 Israel day six is in the books. It has been a full and powerful experience today. We saw Masada, an area that over looked the Dead Sea that was developed by King Herod. Following that we made our way down to the Jordan River to remember our baptisms as several from the group got fully into the river to do that. After lunch went to the lowest point on earth at the Dead Sea. Several folks eagerly got into the water to float!
🇮🇱 Israel day five has wrapped up for our group at the Israel Museum. Earlier in the day we began at the Mt. Of Olives as we made our way down the Palm Sunday walk into the Garden of Gethsemane. We then we made our way to the teaching steps outside the southern portion of the wall.
🇮🇱 Israel Day four has wrapped up for our group. Today we visited the area where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found before making a trek past Jericho into Jerusalem along the way to Bethlehem to visit the Shepherd's Field's and the Church of Nativity.
Day three of our journey in Israel is done. 🇮🇱
We had an amazing time seeing the sights in Magdala, the national park in Tel Dan where we saw a gate that dated back to the time of Abraham, we then went to Caesarea Philippi, saw the Golan Heights before wrapping up in Bethsaida.
🇮🇱 Israel Day three:
We began our journey in Magdala where we toured a first century synagogue that Jesus taught at. We hope you enjoy this special moment. 🎶🎶
Day two of our Israel journey is in the books.
We started on the Sea of Galilee and then made our way up to the Mount of Beatitudes, before taking a boat ride on the Sea. We ended our journey today looking at the ruins of Bet She'an.
Need a little pick-me-up on this Wednesday afternoon? Why not sing along with our renowned Chancel Choir to 🎶"When the Saints Go Marching In."🎶
You were not created to build wealth, or a home, or your image. God created you to be part of building His Kingdom. So let's get to work! 💪
15,000. That’s how many meals students and volunteers with HPUMC's Youth Ministry packed yesterday for
Rise Against Hunger! 🎉🙌
Today is the day!🎉📖 We're kicking off our brand new reading plan, "Letters from Prison" based on four letters the Apostle Paul wrote while behind bars.
Are you following along with us? Let us know below!👇
📲Need a digital copy of the book? Visit → www.hpumc.org/bible
“When you get so enraptured in your own life, in your own needs, in your own struggles, we lose sight of how big the scope of God's plan for the world is.”
- Rev. Paul Rasmussen
Our mission is creating deeply devoted followers of Jesus Christ.
Luke 2:40-52 paints a brief picture of Jesus' childhood, and, if you read it closely, also a picture of the kind of environment in which Jesus was raised. We want to partner with you to create the same environment for your family: a family that practices the faith together, a community of trustworthy family and friends, and a church the whole family can love.
We are committed to helping those with special needs feel welcome and included in our community. That’s why we’ve developed programs and opportunities for those with special needs to grow and shine.
Dallas faces the highest child poverty rate among 10 of the largest U.S. cities, and our homeless rates are trending upward! There are more people living in poverty in Dallas today than there are people living in Plano.
This has to stop. Because no one deserves to live in poverty.
We want to change the story. That’s why our mission is to engage people to fight poverty and promote justice in Dallas, and around the world.
Offering new and unique ways to worship gets at the core of who we are as a church. No matter what your background is, no matter where you are in your faith, we have a place for you.
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