As we take the inspiration that WOW offered us into the summer, we are going to keep exploring the work of Christ through a new sermon series called Uprising. Together, let’s uplift a new generation of people who love and lead in our community, in our country, and in our world by helping others see themselves and God sees them, and inviting everyone to embrace their role in God’s life-changing, world-transforming work on this earth.
In Argyle Youth's Summer Sunday School, our students grades 6-12 (of the 2016-17 school year) will have the opportunity to deepen their faith in a student community that seeks God together on Sunday mornings after the 9:30 service. Summer study will be a short, video-guided lesson by the Bible teacher Francis Chan, followed by student-led discussion. This Summer, we will be exploring the book of James together verse by verse, seeking the truth about faith, commitment, good works, suffering, and spiritual growth. All students are welcome!
Fuel Up is a summer lunch program that provides sack lunches to students at a local park in Denton every Wednesday, 9:30 am - 12 pm, during the summer. There are several opportunities to become involved with Fuel Up including donating food items by June 4 and volunteering to assemble and serve sack lunches. If you are interested in becoming involved with this wonderful program, please vist argyleumc.org/upministry.
Here by popular demand... MIDDLE SCHOOL LOCK-IN! We will have games, snacks, and more fun than one middle schooler can handle. Cost is $40 and will help fund our high school mission trip to North Carolina. Students going to NC will help run the event. We are SO STOKED for this event! It's going to be more fun than we can even explain! Your student will NOT want to miss. Sign up TODAY!
Please note that you can pay online through the link below or at the door. Please have exact change if paying at the door.
Discover your strength in God!
Join us for Vacation Bible School at Argyle United Methodist Church. At VBS Hero Central, your students will enjoy an interactive, energizing, Bible-based good time as they discover their strength in God. They will become Heroes and explore how to serve God and God's mission for their lives!
VBS is for students ages 3 through our current 5th grade. Cost is $25 per student with a $50 maximum per family. Children must have been 3 by September 1, 2016 to participate. VBS for children who were not yet 3 by September 1 and under is available for children of volunteers. You can learn more about our VBS at argyleumc.org/vbs.
Open Hang Out is for all Argyle Youth students, 6th-12th grade. This is an opportunity to come fellowship with friends and enjoy fun games, snacks, and a crazy theme every Thursday from 1-4 pm.
June 15: Food Fight
June 22: Water War
June 29: Movie Marathon
July 6: Ulitmate Ice Cream Party
July 13: Nerf Battle
July 20: Fishing Tournament
July 27: Inflated Fun
August 3: Final Splash
All high school students are invited to join us for some good 'ole fashioned fun at Top Golf. Cost is $25. We will meet at the church at 10 a.m. and take the church bus over to the Colony. After golfing, we will eat lunch at In and Out. We will be back at the church by 1:00 p.m.
Students will need money for lunch.
*Please note that you can pay for your ticket online or at the door. Please have exact change if paying at the door.
This might just be our most requested event of the year! All youth (6th-12th grade in the 2016-17 school year) are invited to join us for a day of ups, downs, and all arounds at Six Flags in Arlington. We will leave the church after 11:00 Sunday School and return by 7pm. Cost is $40.
Three Chaperones Needed! Parents, if you would like to chaperone, we will buy your ticket!
Good old fashioned fun! We will be heading out to a local mall for an epic scavenger hunt. All students (6th-12th grade in the 2016-17 school year) are invited to join us!
*Cost is $30.00 which will cover activities and food. Please have students bring money with them. They will be keeping up with it throughout the night.
Worship can take place in many forms, and serving others is one of the main examples of worship that Jesus taught us. Through WOW, our community is reminded that worship isn’t just attending church one day a week—it’s the act of serving others on a day-to-day basis; it’s the little things that accumulate into a lifestyle of worship. Join us for our annual Worship Without Walls event May 20-21, 2017 to join us in our mission to transform the world one life at a time!
This is an informal time of conversation and connection for those who are interested in developing a deeper connection with God and the church. This is a STARTING POINT for you to learn more about the mission and values of Argyle UMC, the pathway to Christian Discipleship, meet pastors, staff and ministry leaders, and ask any questions that you are important for you in finding a church home. Contact Rev. Sarah Roberts at email@example.com. Childcare available by RSVPing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A powerful, one-day live-stream event presented by FamilyLife, for couples, single parents, and dating couples in blended families with some of today’s most trusted and respected experts. This could be a great outreach opportunity to blended families in our community and nourishing for those in our congregation. It will provide solid, biblical teaching that speaks to the specific needs step couples are facing. The hope is for couples, single parents and dating couples, to get to know others in similar situations to form friendships and support systems.
Argyle UMC offers several Bible studies during the week for adults who want to grow in their knowledge of the Bible, build relationships that strengthen them in their daily lives, and to know God in deeper ways. To learn more, visit argyleumc.org/study.
The Family Easter Service & Egg Hunt will partner with Outpouring on Saturday, April 15 at 5 pm! All children and their families are invited to join us as we celebrate Easter in a meaningful way to children. This service is very child-friendly with an Easter egg hunt and free pictures with the Easter Bunny immediately following.
Join us for our annual Spring Brunch for ladies ages 5 & up! Bring your mother, daughter, aunt, grandmother, or friend. We are continuing our "fill your cup" theme with a special tea party. We will have food, fun, fellowship, a speaker, and a special tea themed make and take!
There is always a place for you at the table to come break bread with us! Since the best relationships usually begin with a meal, the Argyle UMC supper clubs are a great way to get plugged in and provide an opportunity to make new connections and to build old ones. Launches Saturday, March 11.
Life is not easy! Live long enough and you will be tested, tempted, frustrated, lost, and heartbroken. Yet, some of the deepest growth we will ever experience will come through some of these “wilderness” times in our lives. Join us for this series as we explore some of the most difficult seasons in our lives and discover the grace and strength available to us from a God who never leaves us.
Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent, the 40 days, excluding Sundays, that precede Holy Week and Easter. Come celebrate the beginning of a season of contemplation and prayer on Wednesday, March 1 at 7 pm. In this service, we get a symbol of ashes on our foreheads to remind us of our mortality. Join us for a time of reflection, prayer, and receiving of ashes.
Sometimes a pause is good for the soul. It gives us the chance to regroup, reflect, and refocus on God. Each day of Lent, an Argyle UMC staff member will host a devotional on Facebook Live. You can pick up a Pauses for Lent devotional book in the church foyer for $7 or online to follow along. Make sure to like us on Facebook at facebook.com/argyleumc.
Argyle Youth’s high school seniors invite all children ages 3-12 to the funnest playdate of the year! There will be games, crafts, dinner, and more fun than your kiddo can handle! This is a kid's only party! Parent’s you’ll have to take the night to go out. Sorry! But we hope you have fun, too.
Religion can be hard and sometimes too complicated. As we move from a time of Detoxing the important areas of our lives: our mind, our body, our spirit and our direction for the future, we are going to talk about some simple steps we can take to replenish our lives and our souls with the life-giving resources God can give us. We hope you'll join us in this series as we discuss the importance of our individual spiritual habits, the power of intentional community, the impact of sacrificial service, and the freedom of uncommon generosity.
At Argyle UMC, we value community and authenticity. This class offers you a connection with others and an opportunity to grow in God’s love and grace through engagement with spiritual disciplines and discover the difference it makes to live out your commitment to Christ through covenant membership in the United Methodist Church.
At Argyle UMC, we value community and authenticity. This class offers you a connection with others and an opportunity to grow in God’s love and grace through engagement with spiritual disciplines and discover the difference it makes to live out you commitment to Christ through covenant membership in the United Methodist Church.
Join us for coffee, worship, and a message about filling our lives with God's goodness so that we can pour into others. Start your new year in fellowship with the women of our community; this is one you won't want to miss!
Tickets are available in advance online and in the church foyer starting in January. Tickets will also be available at the door. All women are welcome, so please feel free to invite all of the special ladies in your life.
Childcare will be provided, please reserve by emailing Jennifer Ramsey at email@example.com.
Find out more about the speaker and worship leaders on our official First Light page.
This is a co-ed, 7-week class for those seeking spiritual growth and wanting a closer relationship with Christ. Come and identify your next steps as you grow and move more deeply into living a life that centers on loving God and loving others.
The habits and rituals that we use can form and shape us. In this series, we will build momentum heading into the new year by leaving negative and unhealthy habits behind and finding new rhythms for the mind, body, and spirit—a fresh start. We hope you'll join us on our Detox journey as we enter the new year!
Last year, Argyle UMC collected almost 200 winter items for the homeless clients of Our Daily Bread. This year, our goal is to raise over 200 winter items for our local homeless! We’re collecting thermal underwear, warm hats and gloves, and gently-used coats and hoodies. Please donate items to the box located in the church foyer. To learn more about Our Daily Bread, visit ourdailybreaddenton.org.