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Great Days of Service: March 24-April 1, 2017

Be sure to mark the 2017 Great Days of Service (March 24, 25, 31 & April 1) on your calendars for a great opportunity to serve our Irving community! Read More »

How to Talk to Your Student About Social Media: Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Sangeetha Thomas from The Be Project will return to do an extended seminar, covering popular social media sites and how to talk to your student about being responsible online. Read More »

Easter Flower Sales 2017

Honor or remember someone! This year we are offering a beautiful basket of vibrant Easter colors; yellow, white and purple daisy flowers — 9 plants per basket! They will be gorgeous, and you are welcome to place them in honor or in memory of your loved ones. Plants are $15 each and will be available on Easter Sunday, April 16, 2017, for you to take home. Envelopes will be in the bulletins this Sunday, or you can stop by the office. If you ... Read More »

2017 Missions Garage Sale

Missions Garage Sale Donations Now Being Accepted The Missions Team now has off-site storage available for your garage sale donations. Missions cannot accept old-style televisions and computer monitors. Also, please do not contribute stained/smelly/torn clothing and linens; non-working appliances, tools and electronics; VHS tapes; or magazines. Please do not take items to the church at this time, as there is no storage space available there. Contact Diane at 214-636-7326 to arrange a drop-off time or to schedule pick-up of your items. Read More »

How to Talk to Your Student about Sex: April 26, 2017

An Important Parenting Seminar Wednesday, April 26, 2017 The numbers don’t lie: research shows that teens want to learn about sex from their parents, and statistically, teens who talk about sex with their parents are more likely to delay sexual activity, lower their risk of unplanned pregnancy, and lower STD transmission. But, they need more than just “DON’T HAVE SEX.” A professional sex educator from Ntarupt, a Dallas based nonprofit, will be here on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, to help you ... Read More »

Alzheimer’s & Dementia Caregiver Support Group Meets Tuesdays in 2017

Day of the Week Change for Alzheimer’s & Dementia Caregiver Support Group The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Caregiver Support Group has changed the monthly meetings to the third Tuesday of each month instead of the third Thursday as it was previously. We meet in Room 107 at 7:00 p.m. Childcare or adult care is available by reservation through the church office. Read More »

2017 Lenten Devotional

Please Share the Lenten Season with Us We are so excited to share the new Lenten Devotional with you. Lent is not just a season for giving something up, it’s an opportunity to lament and look inward. It’s an invitation to pause and regroup — to shake off old dust and take new steps. We hope many of you will participate with the staff on this journey that comes with a devotional guide and Lenten coloring calendar with reflections and prayers. We ... Read More »

Wesleyan Academe Now Enrolling for 2017-2018

Wesleyan Academe is accepting admissions for the next school year Wesleyan Academe is now accepting admissions for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. Please call the school office at 972-252-4733, or email director@wesleyanacademe.org, for a tour of the school campus. Located here at Plymouth Park United Methodist Church, Wesleyan Academe currently enrolls 110 students ages 2 years through First Grade. Wesleyan Academe has a long tradition of offering students a full- or half-day school schedule to meet ... Read More »

High School Mission Trip: June 10-17, 2017

We are looking forward to a great retreat this year with Shirley Miller, our former Children’s Director, and at a new venue, Embassy Suites GRAPEVINE! Read More »

Middle School Mission Trip: July 12-16, 2017

We are looking forward to a great retreat this year with Shirley Miller, our former Children’s Director, and at a new venue, Embassy Suites GRAPEVINE! Read More »

Micah 6:8

...what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?