HPUMC Centennial Stories

Stories from our previous 100 years as we look to the future!

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Dayspring Dance Ministry

The target of our mission is unbelievers and believers in our midst though ministry teaching Scripture and movement, speaking our testimony and dancing the Word. We have danced in the Sanctuary and Cox Chapel on Sundays and during Holy Week. Read More

Centennial celebration honors rich legacy of past generations

The fusion of the church’s multiple styles of worship was not only felt in the audience, but also on stage where Munger Place’s Kate Miner joined Cornerstone Worship Leader Karla Nivens, a 160 member Chancel Choir, and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra to deliver a powerful blend of worship unlike any other. Read More

First Easter worship service at Moody leaves lasting legacy

The move was initially meant to be a temporary measure, until the larger sanctuary could be built. But as 10,000 members and visitors filled the coliseum on Easter, Dr. Steel was amazed. To him, the service was an opportunity to demonstrate the mighty congregation that Highland Park United Methodist had become. Read More

'My Eternal King' launched top Methodist composer

Chances are, if you have attended a service in the Sanctuary at Highland Park United Methodist, you have heard her work even if you did not know her name. 89-year old Jane Marshall is the renowned composer of “My Eternal King.” Read More

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