A young girl discusses what she learned about the power of generosity.
This past June, a team of our amazing Middle Schoolers took one of their first weeks of summer vacation to travel to Austin on a mission trip. How was it? Watch this!
Vacation Bible School – It’s a wrap! We had a tremendous time learning all about God’s love! A very special thanks to all of the volunteers (and there were many!) who worked tirelessly to create an amazing environment of fun and learning. We can’t wait for next year!
Love Where You Live is a partnership of local churches, schools, businesses, Habitat for Humanity and the City of Plano to help revitalize maturing and at-risk neighborhoods in Plano.
The goal is to transform communities through social and physical revitalization.
The City refers to us the families (disabled, seniors, single moms) that are unable to make the appropriate exterior repairs
January 15-18, 2016
welve representatives of Custer Road United Methodist Church accompanied Larry and Dr. Nancy Cox on a mission trip to Mexico. We stayed at Proyecto Abrigo, the mission project founded by Rev. Jose Luis Portillo. We shared dorm and dining space with a group from Kessler Park United Methodist Church who built two houses.
We constructed a concrete
he Esperanza 5K and 1-Mile Eggsperanza Family Fun Run/Walk event coming up March 19 at Custer Road UMC supports Juntos Servimos (Together We Serve) and is the biggest fundraising event for this incredible mission.
Juntos Servimos, along with the efforts of Dr. Nancy Rodriguez and Larry Cox, responds compassionately to those struggling with extreme poverty in Northern Mexico. Since 2000,
Barry and Susan Williams discuss how they found their Sunday School class, and tell about the amazing difference it has made in their lives over the years.
What goes through your mind at the moment you think you’re about to die? Lindsay found out when she was miraculously spared during a horrible car accident. It changed her outlook on how she was living her life, and gave her great hope in the life to come.
When Mary was diagnosed with MS, she had no idea that it would lead to a whole other kind of healing for her.
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