More than 250 participants learned about the Council of Bishops reports on the work of the Commission on a Way Forward ...
Are called ...
Lay Servants are lay members of the United Methodist Church who are calledto give primary attention to service within the local church. They may hear their call in the Lay Servant Ministries Basic Course and explore it through the advanced course Spiritual Gifts.
Are equipped ...
Lay servants are equipped through Advanced Courses to collaborate with clergy and to grow in service to church and community through ministries of Leading, Carin
Are sent ...
When Lay Servants are called, equipped, sent and effectively deployed, the missional results within the local congregation can energize the entire laity, so that together, we can make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world!
|Herman Totten, Director of the North Texas Conference Lay Servant Ministries|
|2100 Pembrooke Place, Denton, TX 76205||(940) 390-8519|
|Lori Massey, East District|
|1203 Cedar St., Bonham, TX 75418||(903) 227-0302||East page|
|Susan L. Grant, Metro District|
|511 Kirnwood Place, Dallas, TX 75232||(972) 224-6381||l||Metro page|
|Brett Smith, North Central District|
|Not available||(214) 907-6870||NC page|
|John S. Dunlap, Northwest District|
|540 Perkins Rd., Bowie, TX 76230||(214) 908-9305||il||NW page|
|Susan Anderson, Web Information Coordinator|
|104 Wild Oak Lane, Hickory Creek, TX 75065||(940) 497-2707|
News & Events
This will be an opportunity to learn more about the proposed legislation being considered by the General Conference ...
As 99.2% of the church, lay members are vital to The United Methodist future, he says ...
Don Hamilton started by doodling during Sunday services on sermon note cards to keep himself awake ...