Vacation Season Hello, Church Family, We are fully into vacation season and it is my hope and prayer that you will be able to get away, even if it is a staycation. All of us need some type of respite and time to renew in order to take care of ourselves. While you are away, read more
Dear Hamilton Park UMC Family, As you know, severe storms swept through the DFW area on Sunday, June 9, 2019, around 1:30 p.m. Many of our members were ending a Mental Health symposium in the Chapel at that time and were leaving the church when the storm hit. We are happy to report that none read more
Prayer and Fasting Still Work! Church Family, Our God truly showed up and showed out here at The Park on Easter Sunday. Both of our worship services were well attended and vibrant. The Children’s Easter play was quite inspiring. Our parking lot was full and our overflow lot at the Post Office held lots of read more
Lenten Bible Study I am happy to state that our church has numerous ongoing Bible studies. I am happy to lead such a biblically literate and Bible-loving congregation. To highlight the season of Lent, we created a preaching and teaching series and launched a weekly Lenten Bible Study on Wednesday nights. Every Wednesday, from March read more
Lenten Season The Lenten season is a 40-day period for personal and corporate spiritual renewal. It is a time for intense study of God’s word, prayer, fasting, and self-examination. Lent begins on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. We will observe an Ash Wednesday worship service from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and will have our foreheads read more
Happy New Year from ‘The Park’ In order to experience a powerful and productive 2019, I recommend that we follow the actions of the Magi who searched for Jesus. Their account is found in the second chapter of Matthew’s gospel. Once they located Jesus, they worshipped him. I encourage you to become a 24/7 worshipper, read more
We are proud and excited to introduce our new administrative assistant, Mr. Art Mosley. Get to know more about him!
As Father’s Day makes its way closer on the calendar, I begin to miss my dad, William C. Covington, Jr., more and more. I miss him all the time, but this special day is pointed reminder that he is gone.