|A video series featuring people across the Texas Annual Conference and their stories as they discuss their unique, personal calls to ministry and what being called to serve means to them. Visit: txcumc.org/calledtoserve
Looking for a way to worship without leaving the house?
A number of churches in the Texas Annual Conference are posting sermons online.
You don’t have to miss a service if you’re out of town or if you prefer to stay at home. Viewers can also enjoy multiple preaching styles and even virtually “attend” different churches. There’s a lot going on Sundays in the TAC that you won’t want to miss.
Sermons are often available to livestream on Sunday and several congregations also record services for on-demand viewing. Check them out at: https://www.txcumc.org/sermons
We would like to include your church in this list. Please let us know if you are posting a resource online by sending a link to: firstname.lastname@example.org
United Methodist Churches are making headlines – leading the way through ministry, outreach and discipleship. Amazing stories about our local congregations in the Texas Annual Conference are popping up – and news publications around the country are spreading the word about UM churches. Read all about it.
Third Ward Community and Congregations present. LET'S TALK THE COVID 19 VACCINE SHOULD I TAKE IT?
Jan. 20 Jan. 21
Covid 19 Town Hall. Please join us as we discuss different vaccine topics, ranging from how safe the vaccines are to when you can expect to get vaccinated. The Town Hall will be be presented in English Jan. 20 and Spanish Jan. 21
Jan. 16 - Mar. 13
The Lydia Patterson Institute is now offering our friends and supporters within the UMC the opportunity to learn Spanish within a conversational setting.
Jan. 18 - Feb. 12 2021
BeADisciple.com is holding an Introduction to the Enneagram workshop and retreat.
Jan. 21 Jan 23
Men's Ministry Virtual Gathering
Rev. Karen Jones Instillation Service
We invite you to view the recorded service and welcome Rev. Jones as Superintendent of North District.
TMF (formerly Texas Methodist Foundation) is here to assist the churches of the Texas Annual Conference to achieve their “God-appointed Mission.” As your area representatives, we hope you will feel free to contact us if you would like more information on how TMF can be a conversation and resource partner.
Jan - April Ongoing
The Laity Empowerment Academy (LEA) will identify practices to help leaders to create contextual ministry tools to support African American communities which are in rural, semi-rural, urban, and gentrified areas within the Texas Annual Conference