As a byproduct of playing an active role in the community, sometimes we make the news! Below is a collection of news reports about our ministry:
Two Texas congregations of the United Methodist Church have approved resolutions to allow for same-sex weddings at their facilities, even as the mainline denomination officially defines marriage as being between one man and one woman.
Grateful group of about 30 people spent a night safe from frigid temperatures in a Dallas church — and the Christian effort continues
If you could help keep the homeless from being out in the cold, would you? A Dallas woman asked that question of her church family, and they said yes.
To church members this is a natural progression, but to others it’s a historic milestone DAVID TAFFET | Senior Staff Writer Oak Lawn United Methodist Church voted unanimously on Sunday, Feb. 7, to affiliate with the Reconciling Ministries Network, whose goal is full inclusion of LGBT people in the church. To the church’s senior pastor,…
At 9 a.m. each Sunday, the Rev. Anna Hosemann-Butler preaches to about 20 people in the small, 101-year-old sanctuary of Oak Lawn United Methodist Church. Come 11 a.m., she delivers the same sermon with equal passion to nearly 100 people.