Welcome To Arapaho UMC

Welcome to Arapaho United Methodist Church!  We are an inclusive Christian community where all are welcome. We are intentional about our faith development: we ask questions, develop deep and lasting friendships, and work together to make a positive difference in our community.  Nobody is perfect here, but being a part of this place brings out the best of us.

Here we are learning to love with our whole hearts. We give and receive forgiveness and experience God's grace through bread and cup, study and service, prayer and people. Our hope is that we reflect God's love and care for all.  May your experience in worship today fill you with peace and the knowledge that you are loved, accepted, and a part of something bigger than yourself.

What's going on...

  • Pumpkin patch

    Each October, Arapaho United Methodist Church becomes the Pumpkin Church! Pick out your perfect pumpkins to celebrate the fall season. Our pumpkins are for sale from October 1st thru October 31st from 10am to 7pm. The proceeds of each pumpkin purchase supports the farmers of the Navajo Nation of New Mexico. 

  • Mission of the month

    Justice For Our Neighbors (JFON) offers free and affordable, high-quality immigration legal services, shares information with the public, and engages in advocacy with immigrants.  AUMC serves as one of three clinic sites in the DFW area.  

    For more information visit www.jfondfw.org

  • Adult Education Workshop

    All are invited to our Lunch and Learn event on Sunday, October 23 from 12:15-2:00 PM called "Planning, Preparing, and Sharing: Practical Tools for Facilitating Groups." At this workshop, you will learn about how to facilitate Christian education groups, discover the fun and inspiring curriculum that is available, meet with others to discern when you might lead a short-term study, long-term class, or one-time Sunday school lesson in 2017.  RSVP by emailing Blair@arapaho-umc.org

  • Serve at The Austin Street Center

    October 23rd will be AUMC's fourth breakfast service of this year at the Austin Street Center.  The United Methodist Men invite you to help prepare, deliver and serve food to the residents at the shelter. Food prep and delivery occurs on Saturday, Oct. 22 and our food service team goes from 4am - 7am on Sunday, Oct. 23. If you want to get involved in serving Dallas' homeless sign up in the Narthex after church.

  • Fifth Sunday Presentation

    Join us for our 5th Sunday Presentation on October 30th at 9:45am in the Sanctuary entitled Our Presidents and Their Hymns.  Author and historian Dr. C. Edward Spann will tell stories and share about the unique influence of hymns on the lives of the presidents.  His book, "Presidential Praise," traces the history of how each president regarded music, whether or not he was musical, and music in the White House during each president's administration.