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First Unitarian Church of Dallas

Welcome to First Unitarian Church of Dallas! We are a church that is about genuine inclusion, depth and joy, reason and spirit.

We have been a voice of progressive religion in Dallas since 1899, working toward a more just and compassionate world in all of what we do. For over forty years, we have been on the forefront of LGBTQ initiatives.

We hope you find that we are what we say we are, and that when you come here your life is made more whole through experiences of love and service, spiritual growth, and an open exploration of the divine.

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Munger Place Church in dallas

The original Munger Place Methodist Church was founded in 1913, and the beautiful sanctuary built in 1925. For years it was one of the largest and most influential churches in Dallas. In the latter part of the 20th century, however, the section of Dallas called Old East Dallas went through a long period of decline, and so did the church.

By the summer of 2009 the former Munger Place congregation could no longer afford to keep its doors open, and the larger United Methodist church organization in North Texas stepped in. Nearby Highland Park United Methodist agreed to assume responsibility of the Munger Place site, with the understanding that HPUMC would raise the money necessary to renovate the building, and that as soon as possible, HPUMC would plant a new congregation in the old Munger Place building. It was really important to everyone involved that the legacy of Munger Place would continue, and that Munger would continue to be a great neighborhood church. The idea was that Munger Place Church would be an extension campus of Highland Park United Methodist, in the same way that the University of Texas at Dallas is an extension campus of the larger University of Texas system.

In October of 2010, after extensive renovations, a new congregation was launched out of the old Munger Place church building: Munger Place Church. Today, Munger Place Church stands as a symbol of resurrection and renewal for the surrounding community. Expect great things!

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Fellowship Church In Dallas

List Of Churches In Dallas-Fellowship Church In Dallas, started in 1989 as a mission church of the First Baptist Church of Irving, Texas, and was initially known as "Fellowship of Las Colinas". Approximately 150 members of First Baptist Irving relocated to the new church. FC initially met in a rented facility next to the Irving Arts Center and across from MacArthur High School, both of which would figure in its history. Prior to its opening, the membership hired Edwin Barry Young as its Senior Pastor. Young quickly convinced the church to adopt the "seeker church" style made popular by Bill Hybels and Willow Creek Community Church. One of the churchs first actions was to de-emphasize its ties with the Southern Baptist Convention and change its name to "Fellowship of Las Colinas". Another move was to use contemporary music during the services, and to offer services on Saturday evenings. Most notably, FC adopted the concept of "age appropriate" teaching—children 5th grade and under are provided separate services at their level of maturity, and parents are encouraged (but not required) to send their children to those services. FC purports that several families, after initially being hesitant to return to FC—mainly due to its size and non-traditional approach to church—did so after finding out their children loved the activities. The strategy proved highly successful, and FC quickly outgrew its original facility. Thus, it moved across the parking lot to the nearby Irving Arts Center. During this time, FC tried the concept of "simultaneous services"—one group would meet at FCs facility while another would meet at the Arts Center. The FC music team would play at one site while Young preached at the other, then midway through the services the teams would switch places. The concept proved unsuccessful and was shortly dropped. In April 1998, FC finally completed and moved to its current facility and adopted its present name. Young and Hybels spoke at the dedication service. In 2018, the weekly attendance is 24,162.
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First Baptist Church In Dallas

List Of Churches In Dallas-First Baptist Church In Dallas,The cornerstone of First Baptist Dallas was laid in 1890 by a small group of believers determined to begin a Baptist church in downtown Dallas. Under the leadership of legendary pastors and teachers like George W. Truett and W.A. Criswell, First Baptist Dallas became an anchor in the Christian community, a church known for a firm foundation built on the Bible. Led by Dr. Robert Jeffress since 2007, we continue that legacy today. Dr. Jeffress ushered in a new season of ministry at the church that reinforces our calling to reach our city, nation, and world for Christ through four primary courses of action: 1. Worship We currently offer two choir- and orchestra-led services, a contemporary worship service, and an online experience through our First Dallas iCampus. 2. Equip Members and visitors will find active, thriving Sunday School classes for every age and life stage. Our Discipleship University ministry offers two semesters of classes on Sunday evenings. 3. Serve It is our goal to equip, empower, and deploy every member of our body to serve in the role and gifting to which the Lord has called them. 4. Influence We have stepped into the fray to be a voice for truth in a world hungry for answers.
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Park Cities Presbyterian Church In Dallas

List Of Church In Dallas-Park Cities Presbyterian Church In Dallas, held its first worship service on May 26, 1991, at Highland Park High School, with about 1,500 worshippers in attendance. On June 9 we began worshipping as guests in the Highland Baptist Church Sanctuary and alternated worship and Sunday School classes with our gracious hosts. (After sharing and leasing the church for over two years, PCPC purchased the property in early 1994 and later added an education building.) On June 23, 1991, members voted to name this local body of Christ, Park Cities Presbyterian Church. Our first senior pastor, Skip Ryan, was called by a unanimous congregational vote on December 22, 1991. He served until 2006. On May 11, 2008, Mark Alan Davis was installed as our new senior pastor.
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