Hamilton Park UMC invites you to celebrate our senior pastor Rev. Dr. Sheron C. Patterson on Sunday, March 24, 2024, on her upcoming retirement!
Church Family, the sermon I preached on last Sunday touched many of you. I received numerous positive comments on it. I take no credit for it. God led me to the scripture and poured out the message. The sermon was about change. Change is on the minds of many right now due to my upcoming read more
Change Change is coming our way. I will retire from Ministry on March 31, 2024. In a matter of weeks, the names of an Interim Pastor and new pastor will be determined by The North Texas Conference Cabinet, in consultation with our church’s Staff Parish Relations Committee, and shared with the church. Whew!! That is read more
After 35 years, Dr. Sheron C. Patterson announces retirement as United Methodist pastor effective July 1, 2024.
The State of the Church – Hamilton Park United Methodist Church Here at The Park, we consider ourselves Holy Ghost headquarters because we strive to be infused with the Spirit of God. This year, we intentionally wanted the Holy Spirit in our lives and we started a Fifth Sunday Prayer and Anointing Service with our read more
What is a District Superintendent? Church Family, we are very excited to host our District Superintendent Rev. Edlen Cowley on Sunday as our preacher. Rev. Cowley has been watching our successes here at The Park, and now is our opportunity to hear him. Some of you may not be familiar with the term “district superintendent.” read more
As your pastor, I am continuing to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease. Why? This disease impacts members of our congregation. According to experts, Alzheimer’s is more prevalent in the African American and Hispanic communities because we get diagnosed later, and the disease has progressed. Our church is Alzheimer’s aware due in part to Sherial Zeno read more
Message from the Pastor: As we enter our third year with the pandemic, our best move is to draw closer to God. Let us navigate the next four months of 2022 focused on God.
Hamilton Park United Methodist Church continues to defy and diminish the hindrances and hurdles that were placed in our praising God and serving God’s people pathway this year. We continue to be a congregation with made up minds to make a difference for the Kingdom of God despite life’s vicissitudes. This has been an emotionally read more