In the Church

Why We Serve in the Church

We are called by God to do good, practice justice, kindness and love. John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, held that loving and caring for our neighbors is a spiritual practice that is just as important as worship and prayer

How can I serve in the church during COVID-19?

Click the botton below to check the ways to serve and to sign up! or see the ooportunities below and click to sign up. 





Do you love clothing? Dreamed of spending time in a closet the size of a classroom surrounded by clothes, shoes and accessories? Well…we have a place for you!

Oak Lawn needs volunteers during the day to help sort, fold and hang donated clothing. To volunteer for our clothing closet, click here to sign up. 



Sunday's, Wednesday's, and Thursday's

Do you enjoy preparing and serving food? We are looking for individuals interested in preparing meals and serving them “to go” style. All Individuals working in the kitchen must have a current food handlers certificate. This is an online class, and OLUMC is willing to assist in covering the $7 fee if needed.  Click Here to sign up.



1st Sunday of the month Oct 3rd

we collect non-perishable food items for our food pantry which serves those in our community who are experiencing food insecurity. Click here for Grocery List 

Collection First Sunday of the Month 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Parking Lot by Double Glass Doors
Drop off available by appointment. Contact
To volunteer to help collect food or to help sort and put collected food away, click here to sign up 


2nd Sunday of the month Sep 12

Join us after service in the Fellowship Hall to assemble blessing bags for distribution on Anniversary Sunday! 

Youth and kids welcome! 


3rd Sunday of the month Sep 19

Help Share a Blessing! Please feel free to take a blessing bag on your way out today keep it in your car and distribute it to an individual in need.

In the Community


Although limited during COVID, we do have the occasional need for help with shelter check-in, food prep or delivery and service to our unsheltered neighbors. Email Cliff Bohaker to learn if there’s any outreach opportunities available


Dallas Responds - On Call (time varies) 

Provide their basic needs such as Space, food, clothe, travel scheduling and transportation for Migrants to rest on their way to their Visa Sponsors

Amazon Wishlist

We have a consistent list of community needs on our Amazon Wishlist. If you have the means, purchasing something from our wishlist is a fantastic way to help our community!

In the World

Safe Spaces Lebanon

Safe Spaces Lebanon is one of our mission partners. They work to make sure the 1.5 million refugees that have fled into Lebanon from the devastating wars in Syria are not forgotten. 

We support this organization financially and work hard to be able to travel to the Safe Spaces Center (which provides remedial and psychosocial support to orphans and widows affected by the war) as often as we can. 

Rev. Rachel Griffin Baughman, Senior Pastor serves on the Board of Directors at Safe Spaces Lebanon.

Learn more or donate on their website