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The service embodies the richness of worship in the Methodist tradition by being both catholic and evangelical – ministering to head and heart. In the warm and intimate setting of the chapel the congregation hears and responds to God through hymns, prayers, the reading and preaching of scripture, and weekly celebration of Holy Communion. Learn more: http://www.hpumc.org/worship/cox-chapel/
 
Munger Place Church is the East Dallas campus of Highland Park United Methodist Church. Worship services include both the best of the old and the best of the new. The music is rock and roll-based, sermons are both live and on video, and dress is casual. But at the same time, the services draw from 2,000 years of Christianity by incorporating some of the beautiful old hymns, prayers, and responses.
 
We're just two normal people talking in a normal way about scripture. We happen to be clergy, but don't hold that against us. Reading and reflecting on Christian sacred texts is easier than you think, and you don't have to do it alone. So turn on, be with, join in. Learn more: https://www.hpumconline.org/scripture-unscripted
 
Munger Place Church is the East Dallas campus of Highland Park United Methodist Church. Worship services include both the best of the old and the best of the new. The music is rock and roll-based, sermons are both live and on video, and dress is casual. But at the same time, the services draw from 2,000 years of Christianity by incorporating some of the beautiful old hymns, prayers, and responses.
 
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You want a change: in your finances; in your family; in your dating life; in your community; etc. But what if the first step is for the Lord to change you? In our series “The Good Work,” we are moving this week to look at the story of Nehemiah. It’s all about four months. What might the Lord want to do through you these next 4 months? Preacher: And…
 
When you are rebuilding—a life, a city, a nation—the list of things that needs doing is overwhelming. The good news is that no matter the situation, the first step should always be the same. In 538 BC, when the Israelites returned from Babylonian exile, before they rebuilt Jerusalem—before they even rebuilt the Temple—they made sure to start doing …
 
You think a pandemic is bad? What about seeing your city destroyed, your kids murdered, and your family carried off into exile FOR SEVENTY YEARS? When you can’t figure out what God is up to, do this. _____________ This is week 1 of a sermon series about rebuilding. We’re looking at the biblical books of Ezra and Nehemiah and what it takes to rebuil…
 
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