Highland Park United Methodist Church Breaks Ground on Tolleson Family Activity Center
Highland Park United Methodist Church (HPUMC) took a giant step into its second century on August 30, 2017 with the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Tolleson Family Activity Center. The building is the capstone of a multi-million dollar capital campaign inspired by the church's centennial milestone celebrated in February 2016.
Beyond: Couple gives stranger a home for her birthday
When Jean and Jason Signor thought about what they wanted to do to celebrate their 40th birthday, they thought beyond themselves. Instead of doing something for themselves, liking buying gifts or taking a vacation, they decided to give back to their community in a profound way.
RECAP: Parent Huddle with Rev. Paul Rasmussen
Rev. Paul Rasmussen and the Family Ministries team share thoughts on the current state of families in our community and how the church intends to partner with parents to raise their children in the Christian faith.
Chance's Pie Palace: A sweet legacy with HPUMC’s Special Needs Ministry
When the Urschel’s heard about the new Tolleson Family Center, and its entire floor dedicated to the special needs community, they knew they wanted to be involved. The center features a special sensory room, an activity hall, and a full kitchen, which will house a brand new baking ministry.
Congregation approves plans for new Family Activity Center
On Saturday, January 28th, more than 1,000 members of HPUMC gathered to hear Rev. Paul Rasmussen cast a vision for the next 100 years of ministry at HPUMC. Rev. Rasmussen shared details of HPUMC's Capital Campaign, including plans for a new Family Activity Center.