Highland Park United Methodist Church

Highland Park United Methodist Church

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Paul's sermon on racism and what we can do as Christians hit the spot - I wish everyone could hear it! I tuned in from Alabama!
I didn’t think you welcomed racists int this great church.
God, Country and HPUMC: These are a few of my favorite things.
Thank you for the many ways in which you are ministering to us. The communion service was lovely.
Is it not just incredible and soul warming Paul’s words this morning in Col 2:5! It seems those words today apply to our online worship. “For though I am absent from you and body I am present with you in spirit and delight to see how disciplined you are and how firm your faith in Christ is.“ I can hear Revs Paul, Matt & Hannah attaboy-ing and attagirl-ing us now. Blessing all
What an uplifting message and beautiful postlude.
Your faith, your community, and the census. What is the 2020 Census? The census is a count of every person who lives in the United States and its territories. It happens every 10 years. It includes a few simple questions about things like age, sex, & the number of people who live in your home. The U.S. Census Bureau is partnering with faith-based institutions to promote the 2020 Census. Faith communities often serve the same people that use many of the federal programs that receive funding based on census data. These programs include those that address poverty, hunger, homelessness, child care, emergency services, and public safety. Will the 2020 Census ask me to identify my religion? No. U.S. law prohibits the Census Bureau from requiring anyone to disclose their religious affiliation. Why should I respond to the 2020 Census? The 2020 Census will determine how many representatives your state will have in Congress. Census results will also help determine how billions of dollars in federal funding are allocated to states and communities each year for housing, schools, food assistance, healthcare, and other vital services. Is the 2020 Census confidential? Yes. The U.S. Census Bureau is required to protect your privacy and keep your answers confidential. By law, your personal information cannot be used against you or anyone else by any government agency or court, and it can’t be accessed by the police department, DHS, ICE, FBI, or CIA. For more information, visit: 2020CENSUS.GOV and 2020CENSUS.GOV/JOBS
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Streaming is bad today. Roku is dreadful and the Sanctuary Service just stopped at the beginning of communion online. It was great to hear Dr. John before it stopped.
Just streamed 9:30am service 12-1-19 while in Fredericksburg, TX. Hannah Buchanan delivered a magnificent Sermon.
That's why I follow you online from Italy. God bless you all!
I'm hoping someone realizes the streaming video isn't working. There's sound only on the computer and Roku isn't working at all.

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.

We are all created in the Image of God and God shows no partiality.
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We're reading through the Book of Acts together. Join us and explore the movement that changed the world!
www.hpumc.org/bible

You may have seen this photo making the rounds on social media over the past few weeks. It features a flight attendant who started a powerful conversation with American Airlines CEO Doug Parker after she noticed him reading the book, White Fragility.

This week, Hannah Buchanan caught up with Doug on her podcast to discuss how to pursue racial justice at the highest levels of business and why you can still fly during COVID. Check out the link below to listen!

🎙️ www.hpumc.org/letmein

We are grateful to CBS DFW for highlighting the powerful and important conversation between Rev. Paul Rasmussen and Richie Butler!

Be sure to check out their story: https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2020/06/17/dallas-churches-conversation-black-white/

Also, if you missed the conversation, you can watch it here on our FB Page, or on YouTube: https://youtu.be/TtiQ2peIHVk

A Conversation in Black and White

Senior pastors, Richie Butler and Paul Rasmussen have a long-running friendship. Hear their heartfelt concerns about racial injustice in the city of Dallas and learn more about the steps our churches will take to be the light of Christ in our community.

It's not enough to just not be a racist. Being non-racist does nothing to eradicate racism. If anything, it just perpetuates indifference.

We cannot stand by idly and watch it go on around us. We need to step into the fray and decide that we can no longer be silent. We can't sit back and say that's not our burden. Because that's not how Christianity works.

We have to be anti-racist.

Practical things we need to do to promote racial justice

What do we do, as a predominantly white church, to fight racial injustice? Rev. Paul Rasmussen shares a four very practical things to keep in mind.

[06/16/20]   WEDNESDAY AT 6 PM: Senior pastors, Richie Butler and Paul Rasmussen have a long-running friendship. Hear their heartfelt concerns about racial injustice in the city of Dallas and learn more about the steps our churches will take to be the light of Christ in our community.

Hit the "Get Reminder" button to be notified when we go live.

God, help us to be courageous and speak truth, to be bold in the face of opposition. Amen.

www.hpumc.org/bible

Science and Faith: Week One

Starting tonight at 8: We're sharing Rev. Walt Marcum's series on the connection between science and faith. The series begins by exploring the basics: what is faith? What do we mean by science? Where does the supposed conflict between religion and science lie?

Trust us, this is one teaching series you don't want to miss! Be sure to hit the 'get reminder' button below to be notified when tonight's session begins.

Some of the staff and volunteers with our Belong Disability Ministry delivered BBQ dinners and care packages to participants and their families over the weekend. We are so grateful for the love and connection within our Belong community, even during this crazy season of social distancing.

www.hpumc.org/belong

Contemporary Sunday Worship

Sunday at 11: Racism. The topic unmentionable is now unavoidable. And it should be. Racism is prevalent. Racism is destructive. And racism is incompatible with Christianity. Rev. Paul Rasmussen shares how the first Christians overcame racism to unify the movement that we're still part of today.

View our full traditional and contemporary worship schedule at www.hpumconline.org.

Traditional Sunday Worship

Sunday at 9:30: Racism. The topic unmentionable is now unavoidable. And it should be. Racism is prevalent. Racism is destructive. And racism is incompatible with Christianity. Rev. Paul Rasmussen shares how the first Christians overcame racism to unify the movement that we're still part of today.

View our full traditional and contemporary worship schedule at www.hpumconline.org.

Message from Rev. Paul Rasmussen

What do we do as a church about racial injustice? Rev. Paul Rasmussen shares a little about what he's learning and where we go from here.

A Conversation About the Church and Race

Have you watched this powerful conversation with Rev. Matt Tuggle and Karla Nivens Entertainment from Sunday? We hope it both challenges you and encourages you to have these same kinds of conversations within your own community.

God, help us to be of one mind and heart with you! Open our eyes to all those who need are help. Amen.

Are you caught up with today's reading? Visit www.hpumc.org/bible to sign up for weekly emails with more resources surrounding Acts.

What were your ideas of race growing up? Do you prefer the term black or African American? How can we change the world for the better? This week, Tamika Perry, HPUMC’s Outreach Coordinator for Housing, joins Hannah Buchanan’s podcast to talk honestly about racism, current events, social injustice, and more.

🎙️Listen: https://subspla.sh/rktycn5

Senior pastors, Richie Butler and Paul Rasmussen have a long-running friendship. Next Wed., hear their heartfelt concerns about racial injustice in the city of Dallas and learn more about the steps our churches will take to be the light of Christ in our community. Join this honest, vulnerable conversation as we stream live here on FB and on hpumconline.org.

Details: https://buff.ly/3dSyuiF

Tuesday Night Worship: The Holy Spirit

Today's chapter from the Acts Bible Reading Plan is all abut the Holy Spirit arriving at Pentecost. So tonight, we're worshipping through songs about the Holy Spirit!

Don't miss it tonight at 8 CT!

Today's reading presents a beautiful picture of the believers in the early church who shared everything together. As a result, God added to their number every day! How is this passage speaking to you today?

www.hpumc.org/bible

Today is the first day of our brand new ACTS Bible Reading Plan! Here are just a few ways you can take part in the new plan exploring the movement that changed the world.

📖Read along with the ACTS Study Journal (www.hpumc.org/bible for details) or using your own Bible.
📺Follow along with Rev. Matt Tuggle's daily Bible Study.
🎙️Listen to Hannah's new episode of "Let Me In" with Bible teacher, Candace Winslow where they talk about why the Bible is sometimes hard to read, along with a few of their favorite moments in Acts (Episode 11 at www.hpumc.org/letmein)

Learn more about the plan at www.hpumc.org/bible.

Karla Nivens presents "Up To The Mountaintop"

In case you missed this moment during worship, do yourself a favor and turn up the volume as Karla sings this powerful anthem inspired by the final speech of Martin Luther King Jr.

Contemporary Sunday Worship

Sunday at 11: Rev. Matt Tuggle is joined by Karla Nivens, Director of Music in Cornerstone. Karla will share from her experience as an African American leader at HPUMC and the Church's role in racial reconciliation.

You can also watch online at www.hpumconline.org at 9:30 and 11.

Traditional Sanctuary Service

Sunday at 9:30: Rev. Matt Tuggle is joined by Karla Nivens, Director of Music in Cornerstone. Karla will share from her experience as an African American leader at HPUMC and the Church's role in racial reconciliation.

View our full traditional and contemporary worship schedule at www.hpumconline.org.

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"As we pray for justice, Lord, we pray first for forgiveness for all of us in the local church who have spent way too much time enshrining you rather than following you. Lord, we pray for forgiveness for all of us who have been hidden behind the mantle of charity, assuming that that was justice. Lord, let us no longer be deceived by our moments of kindness, but let us be a people of justice." -- Rev. Paul Rasmussen

Amen. Amen. Amen.

“PRAY changes things! #JusticeforGeorgesFloyd ✊🏾 https://t.co/ymIiRXRAK5”

We want to hear from you! What articles, podcasts, or people have been most helpful and insightful for you this week? Let's make this a resource for those who are eager to listen and learn.

“I’m a recent graduate of SMU. I attended HPUMC most Sundays during my time there. Pastor Paul’s explanation of grace and truth at a sermon my sophomore year changed my life and allowed me to truly grow closer to Jesus. Although I live at home in Alabama now, I still tune in every Sunday because I love Paul and the church’s mission!” - Ashely A.

Thank you Ashley for spreading the message that racism is not compatible with Christianity!

When you think of church, you might first picture a building. But that’s not how it all started. Church was people.

Starting on Monday, our church will be reading through the Book of Acts together, exploring the movement that changed the world.

Will you join us this summer?
www.hpumc.org/bible

May you use this time of silence from social media to listen, reflect, and show love to your neighbor.

We encourage you to reach out to someone of color to see how they are doing and to ask what you can do to help them. And we invite you to read again the timeless words of Martin Luther King Jr. in his "Letter from a Birmingham Jail." https://buff.ly/2zXuv5N

He has told you, human one, what is good and what the Lord requires from you: to do justice, embrace faithful love, and walk humbly with your God. (Micah 6:8)

Commencement Speech from Rev. Matt Tuggle

"One word from the Lord can drown out all the voices of the world."

High School Seniors across the country are celebrating their Graduation! 🎓 TONIGHT AT 7: Rev. Matt Tuggle is taking a moment to offer up a few words of wisdom as these students prepare for the next chapter of their lives.

We are so excited for VBS this week! All week long, hundreds of kids will be learning about what it means to trust in what we can't see because of what we can see. 💜

Is your family joining the fun?! We would love to see your pictures and hear how it’s going.

Take a look at these superheroes!🦸🦸‍♂️

More than 600 cars drove through our church today! You helped us fill two big trucks with donations, and yet there are still mountains left at the church. We are blown away! THANK YOU for your generosity! You really do make a difference.

Traditional Sanctuary Worship

Sunday at 9:30: No matter what your week has been like, whether you believe what we believe or even if you disagree, we want to invite you to come and worship with us.

View our full traditional and contemporary worship schedule at www.hpumconline.org.

[05/31/20]   Sunday at 9:30: No matter what your week has been like, whether you believe what we believe or even if you disagree, we want to invite you to come and worship with us.

View our full traditional and contemporary worship schedule at www.hpumconline.org.

[05/31/20]   Sunday at 11: No matter what your week has been like, whether you believe what we believe or even if you disagree, we want to invite you to come and worship with us.

View our full traditional and contemporary worship schedule at www.hpumconline.org.

Who we are.

Our mission is creating deeply devoted followers of Jesus Christ.

We partner with parents to help them raise their family in the Christian faith.

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.

A heart for those with Special Needs.

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.

Just Love.

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.

Multiple ways to worship.

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.


  • Sanctuary: traditional service with choir and organ (available online at www.hpumconline.org).

  • Cornerstone: contemporary service with modern praise and worship (available online at www.hpumconline.org).

  • Cox Chapel: Service with liturgy and sacrament.

  • Kerygma: in-depth teaching series digging into the original context for the Scriptures. Learn more at www.hpumc.org.
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    Videos (show all)

    A Conversation in Black and White
    Practical things we need to do to promote racial justice
    Science and Faith: Week One
    Contemporary Sunday Worship
    Traditional Sunday Worship
    Message from Rev. Paul Rasmussen
    A Conversation About the Church and Race
    Tuesday Night Worship: The Holy Spirit
    Karla Nivens presents "Up To The Mountaintop"
    Contemporary Sunday Worship
    Traditional Sanctuary Service
    Commencement Speech from Rev. Matt Tuggle

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    3300 Mockingbird Ln
    Dallas, TX
    75205

    Opening Hours

    Monday 08:30 - 17:00
    Tuesday 08:30 - 17:00
    Wednesday 08:30 - 17:00
    Thursday 08:30 - 17:00
    Friday 08:30 - 12:00
    Saturday 17:00 - 18:00
    Sunday 08:00 - 12:00
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