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|Africa University||Africa University aspires to become a world class university for leadership development in Africa. The mission of Africa University is to provide quality education within a Pan-African context through which persons can acquire general and professional knowledge and skills, grow in spiritual maturity, develop sound moral values, ethics and leadership qualities.|
|Bridgeport Camp and Conference Center||Located on over 200 acres just 40 miles west of Denton in Bridgeport, Texas, Bridgeport Camp and Conference Center (BCCC) sits above Lake Bridgeport and offers an incredible view of the surroundings. BCCC offers summer camps and midwinter retreats for children and youth as a part of their ministry of the North Texas Conference.|
|C.C. Young Senior Living||C. C. Young is a non-profit, premier senior living community located on a 20-acre wooded campus near the north shores of the beautiful White Rock Lake in East Dallas. Since 1922, they’ve been dedicated to helping seniors enjoy an active, fulfilling lifestyle and providing personalized care and support.|
|CitySquare||CitySquare exists to fight the causes and effects of poverty through service, advocacy, and friendship. Working together as a community, we feed the hungry, heal the sick, house the homeless and renew hope in the heart of our city. Our core values are Community, Faith, Justice, and Stewardship.|
|Dallas Bethelhem Center||A faith-based mission of the United Methodist Church North Texas Conference, DBC is dedicated to being the success readiness center for school and life in its South Dallas service area through faith-based programs built on parent and community partnerships.|
|GO Camp||GO Camp is a system of camping, both summer and year-round, that compliments the current camping and retreat ministry offerings of the North Texas Conference, to reach under-served communities and to provide new opportunities to develop young leaders.|
|Methodism's Breadbasket||Methodism’s Breadbasket is located in Owenwood United Methodist Church and provides food and clothing to residents in ZIP codes 75210, 75215, 75217, 75218, 75223, 75227, and 75228.|
|Methodist Medical Center||Since 1927, Methodist Dallas Medical Center has served North Texas as a leader in sophisticated, compassionate medical care with world-class medical education and residency programs. They are also the main teaching and referral center for Methodist Health System and one of the leading teaching and referral hospitals in all of Texas.|
|Perkins School of Theology||Perkins School of Theology is one of the 13 seminaries of The United Methodist Church and one of only five university-related United Methodist theological schools, located in the heart of Dallas, Texas, with an extension program in Houston/Galveston.|
|Project Transformation||Project Transformation engages young adults in purposeful leadership and ministry, supports underserved children and families, and connects churches to communities in need.|
|Prothro Center at Lake Texoma||The Prothro Center at Lake Texoma is a ministry of hospitality owned and operated by the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church. The center opens their hearts, minds, and doors to fellow Methodists as well as guests and visitors from various other denominations, families, organizations, educational institutions, and other 501c3 nonprofit organizations.|
|Southern Methodist University||A nationally ranked private university with seven degree-granting schools, SMU is a distinguished center for teaching and research located near the heart of Dallas. SMU’s 11,000 students benefit from small classes, leadership opportunities, international study and innovative programs.|
|The purpose of the Texas Methodist Foundation is to empower the Church in the achievement of her God-appointed missions. They provide resources that strengthen the ability of United Methodists to advance Christian ministries.|
|Wesley-Rankin Community Center was founded in 1902 by Hattie Rankin as the Greater Dallas Board of City Missions, a settlement house for immigrant children and families in downtown Dallas. Wesley-Rankin proudly bears Hattie’s name and continues a legacy of faithful change through educational programs and caring relationships. Wesley-Rankin Community Center is a presence of hope in West Dallas.|
|Wesley Village is a nonprofit premier retirement community that has been offering independent and assisted living opportunities since 1987. The mission of Wesley Village is to make available caring, supportive and quality services to older adults for the enhancement of their spiritual well-being, reflecting Christian traditions of love and serving.|
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