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:
Immigration activists from Dallas and other parts of Texas descended on the Rio Grande Valley to protest the Trump administrations zero-tolerance...
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.
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.