Metro District of The North Texas Conference

Metro District of The United Methodist Church

Camille Gaston You have arrived at the Metro District website in North Texas. This is one of four Districts in the North Texas “Conference” of United Methodist Churches. Metro District Logo

The Metro District comprises most of Dallas County. The 80 churches and fellowships in the Metro District share a mission field that is the most economically, ethnically, and culturally diverse part of the North Texas Conference. Read more >>

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  • What I Witnessed in a Night on a South Oak Cliff Police Beat
    Sheron Patterson ride-along

    In a ride-along, a clergywoman watches officers tread delicate lines in tough situations.

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  • Zip Code Connection Starts Fair Park Business Incubator
    Fair Park District Entrepreneur Center rendering

    The District Entrepreneur Center will support budding entrepreneurs, creating an economic engine in impoverished South Dallas.

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  • Even at 98, Alyce Goff Spreads Joy Through Music
    Alyce Goff and Daughter Angela Williams

    Over 2,000 Delta Sigma Theta members attend celebration honoring her 75 years of service.

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  • An Evening in New Orleans Hosted by Wesley-Rankin Young Professionals: February 25, 2017
    An Evening in New Orleans

    Join us for a night of live jazz, Cajun food, and cocktails! Saturday, February 25, 2017 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. 516 Fabrication Street Dallas, TX 75212 Tickets: $65 Attire: Cocktail Party hearty with Wesley-Rankin young professionals! The Wesley-Rankin Young Professionals is throwing its first annual An Evening in New Orleans, a fundraising event to…

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  • Perkins Dean to Headline the Shipp Lecture Series on February 26-27, 2017
    Dr. Rev. Craig Hill

    Dean Hill’s series will be based on his book, Servant of All: Status, Ambition, and the Way of Jesus. Sunday’s dinner will explore the biological basis of the human desire for status and the countercultural example of Jesus. At Monday’s lunch, we’ll discover how Paul and other early Christian leaders confronted this issue, and consider how we might create a community of love and acceptance.

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  • Metro District Leadership Training: January 29, 2017

    The Metro District will hold its annual lay leadership training on Sunday, January 29, 2017 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at University Park United Methodist Church. Speakers include Mr. Eric Markinson, Metro District Lay Leader, and Rev. Lisa Greenwood, Vice President of Leadership Ministries, Texas Methodist Foundation. There will be work sessions and information sessions geared toward ministry growth.

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  • Metro District Conference: May 22, 2016

    The Metro District will gather for its annual conference on May 22, 2016, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Lovers Lane UMC. Join us for the approval of the 2017 Budget and At-Large Nominees to Annual Conference.

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  • Metro District Check Out Day: January 20, 2015
    blue check

    Check out Day Schedule January 20, 2015 First UMC Richardson 503 N. Central Expressway Richardson, TX 75080 Download 2015 Schedule 9:30 – 9:50 Highland Park University Park Ridgewood Park Greenland Hills.

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  • Message from Cammy Gaston: August 11, 2015

    Aspire to Empower Our Children

    When Bishop McKee addressed us at Annual Conference, he laid out a bold challenge to transform the lives of public school students in our neighborhoods through one-to-one mentorship. The Conference’s One + One (Link->ht

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  • Message from Cammy Gaston: June 3, 2015

    How’s this for itinerancy?

    Immediately following Project Transformation. In addition to providing “sag wagon” support for Matt, this time will provide me ample opportunity to reflect on where we are heading together as a Metro District in the coming year.

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