Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying: "Whom shall I send, and who will go for Us?"  Then I said, "Here am I, Send me.” - ISAIAH 6:8

Welcome to Argyle UMC Missions. Our vision is to connect hearts and share the love of Christ with those outside the church meeting physical, spiritual and emotional needs. Join us as we serve our community and the world one life at a time, sharing the love of Christ and making disciples. We have many wonderful opportunities to connect and serve in the Denton and Argyle communities, as well as mission trips. Will you answer the call of the Lord and say, “Send Me?”

Thank you so much to everyone who participated in Worship Without Walls 2016! We were able to pack over 21,000 meals with Stop Hunger Now, sing and bring communion to our homebound members and senior adult community, take care of properties and landscapes for the Cumberland Children’s Home, our Prayer Trail, Keep Argyle Beautiful, and so much more. It was a truly incredible weekend and we are honored to be part of a church community that is committed to transforming the world one life at a time. If you’re looking for more service opportunities, visit and be on the look out for opportunities this summer and in the fall.

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. Argyle UMC is a church that strives to grow together as disciples, working with God, to transform the world one life at a time. 

WOW 2016 Testimony video

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About Argyle UMC

Argyle United Methodist Church was founded in 1894 and has been dedicated to changing the world one life at a time for over 120 years. Through discipleship, they have created a body of individuals who are compassionate, authentic, generous, disciplined, and servant-hearted. They offer several different services to the community, life groups for those in need of community, and classes for those who are interested in learning more. For more information, visit or call the church office at 940-464-1333.


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UP Ministry

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Every Monday & Wednesday during the summer UP Ministry will provide sack lunches for school aged students and younger from Borman Elementary and nearby. We will also provide a fun activity / play time each week (i.e. water balloons, sports balls to play with, craft, bubbles, etc). If you are looking for an opportunity to make an impact this summer, click the links below or contact Heather Cozart at or 972-217-9460 for more information.

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School Supply & Uniform Drive

This is our annual school supply & uniform drive that occurs at the end of every summer.


In the Fall, UP Ministry collects kids’ tennis shoes and sweatshirts for kids attending a local elementary school. They are also in need of sweatshirts to pull over their uniforms when the weather starts to get chilly. Contact us at with any questions. Thank you for supporting the kids in our community!

Team UP!


Every summer, UP Ministry partners with the Argyle UMC Youth to put on a week-long summer camp for Borman Elementary Students. 

UP Mentors

AUMC's UP ministry has volunteer opportunities available at Borman Elementary in Denton and at Hilltop Elementary in Argyle.  For 30-60 minutes each week during the 2016-2017 School Year, you can be a mentor or tutor to a student and make an impact.

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The Angel Tree 

We assist children in both Argyle and Denton (Borman) with Christmas needs and wishes. At Christmas time, stop by the church Christmas tree to grab an Angel to purchase items for an Argyle student or an Ornament to purchase items for a Borman student. 

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Group of women & men who make quilts for our precious babies being baptized. Meets the first Monday of every month from 9:30-11:30 am in Portable 3. Contact Marguerite Rose at for more information.


Meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month in Portable 3 at 10 am. Yarn is supplied and anyone who knits and/or crochets (or wants to learn) is welcome and encouraged to join this rewarding ministry. We make shawls that are prayed over and given to those who need the comfort and love of Christ. Contact Ginny Rodgers at for more information.

Methodist Ministries

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Methodist Children’s Home is a non-profit child care ministry affiliated with the seven United Methodist Annual Conferences of Texas and  New Mexico. Founded in 1890, the Home serves more than 1,000 children daily through residential care, a Boys Ranch, foster care and a college program. Since the 1890’s Methodist churches have generously contributed their Annual Christmas Offering as one source of financially support for the orphanage. 


UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief) is the humanitarian relief and development agency of the United Methodist Church. Compelled by Christ, UMCOR responds to natural or human made disasters—those interruptions of such magnitude that they overwhelm a community’s ability to recover on its own. UMCOR’s mission is to alleviate human suffering. We provide practical, proactive support to the most vulnerable survivors of chronic or temporary emergencies due to natural or civil causes. One of the ways UMCOR responds to the needs in our country and around the world is by supplying cleaning and health supply kits to areas hit by tornado, hurricane, flooding and earthquake. AUMC members contribute these supplies for shipment to UMCOR Sager Brown Supply Depot in Louisiana. The UMCOR Sager Brown Supply Depot in Louisiana offers volunteer opportunities for all ages to come to the center to assemble and pack the kits ready to ship to disaster areas around the world. Volunteers wishing to help in this way please contact Jane Kayler or call 940-262-0393 for more information.

Local Ministries

Argyle Food Bank

The Argyle Food Bank is located within First Baptist Church Argyle and has volunteers from Argyle United Methodist Church, Church of Christ, Cross Timbers Community Church, Faith Harvest Church and First Baptist Church Argyle. Each church also contributes by hosting food drives throughout the year. AUMC conducts two food drives each year, with each drive supplying a one-month inventory of supplies (2,000 lbs.). Of course, donations of non-perishable supplies are accepted at any time of the year. Paul Lumpkins, at 940-464-7224, may be contacted with question regarding donations and assistance. Request additional information about serving with this organization.

Children's advocacy center of denton county

Mission: To provide justice and healing for abused children through interagency collaboration. Our criminal and civil justice systems (designed for adults) can inadvertently add to the suffering of child abuse victims and their families through lack of coordination and cooperation among the agencies involved in this process. AUMC provides volunteer support and raises funds for the Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County. 

health services of north texas

Health Services of North Texas, Inc (HSNT), is an organization that is continuing to evolve to meet the needs of low-income, medically underserved individuals in North Texas. The acquisition of the Denton Guardianship Program and The People’s Clinic has opened HSNT’s services to wide array of underserved persons living in Denton County. Denton County currently carries a Governor’s Designation as a Medically Underserved Area. With only the HSNT Community Clinic and the Health Department, there are serious gaps in access to health care that impact the health and wellbeing of the entire community. HSNT cares for people who otherwise would have no place to go for affordable health care.

Hearts for Homes

Hearts for Homes is a Christian-based outreach ministry dedicated to providing no-cost home repairs to low-income elderly homeowners in Denton County. AUMC will provide funds, supplies and volunteers. 

our daily bread

Our Daily Bread, a soup kitchen, serves a noon meal at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, Denton, Monday through Saturday of each week. This broadly-based ecumenical endeavor, reaches out in Christ’s name with people from diverse churches in the community. AUMC members regularly volunteer with meal preparation and serving as well as donating food and supplies.

  • Saturday Lunch Preparation, Serving, or Dishwashing, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
    • Perfect for groups of 10-15 volunteers. Assist with preparation, serving, and dishwashing- duties may include chopping and general food preparation, as well as serving meals, drinks, and desserts.
    • Join the team responsible for providing clean tableware by volunteering to work on the dishwashing line.  Dishwashers must meet the following requirements:
      • Be strong enough to lift commercial size pots and pans
      • Have enough stamina to stand or bend for several hours
      • Be able to transport up to 35 pounds
    • Working in the dishwashing area might also include loading and unloading trays, silverware and cookware from the sanitizer and returning them to their proper places.
    • Please be prepared to stay the entire shift.

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There is a place for everyone at Argyle UMC. Our mission is to grow together as disciples, working with God, to transform the world one life at a time. Volunteering is not just about helping others; it’s one of the best ways to grow as disciples in your relationship with God. Listed below are some of the opportunities that you may find personally and spiritually rewarding:

Office Volunteers

Our office volunteers help us manage incoming calls to the church by answering phones and transferring calls to our staff. They also often help us assemble letters, bulletins, etc. If you are someone who enjoys talking to people and serving others by directing them to the right place, this may be the place for you!

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Offering Counter

The Counting Team is a vital part of AUMC’s operation. Without the weekly offerings, there would be no Church. We meet in the office at 9:30 on Monday mornings or after the last service for Sunday counts. The count usually only takes 30-45 minutes.

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Sanctuary Helpers

The church has a need for volunteers to refill the chair backs with Offering envelopes and Prayer Request cards and make sure there are working pens in place. This works best if two people work together. It only requires one Thursday morning or afternoon a week. This is a great way to be involved in the church and only takes a small commitment of your time. If you have any questions, please send an email to:

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Argyle UMC Choir

The choir sings at the 11:00 am service and at various events throughout the year. We practice on Wednesday nights at 7 pm. We also disperse in the summer and resume in the fall. If you have a passion for worshipping God through song, choir is for you! If you have any further questions, you can contact Tanya Allen at

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Modern Worship Band

The Modern Worship Band plays at the 9:30 service every Sunday morning. We rotate musicians each week and are always looking for talented musicians to add to our team! If you can play guitar, drums, bass, piano, sing, or play an instrument that we don’t have listed here but could add to worship, this may be the place for you! We practice the Wednesday before your scheduled Sunday service at 8 pm. If you have any questions, please contact DeDe Jones at

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AUMC Sound Booth

Our audio team is an important part of Sunday morning worship. They make sure everything sounds great, looks great, and runs smoothly–we couldn’t do it without them! If you are interested in the details of music and how to run and mix music to create a relational experience in worship, volunteering in the Sound Booth may be for you! No prior knowledge is necessary.

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Children's Ministry

Support & Care

Caring Ministry

The Caring Ministry is a ministry in which lay people visit those who are hospitalized or in an assisted living/nursing home facility. Our Caring Ministry Coordinator will contact you when a need arises for a visit. We will provide you with training and pair you with another Caring Minister for your first time visit.

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Children’s Ministry Sunday School Teachers

If you want to help make a difference in the world, what better place to start than with God’s children? Children’s Ministries is looking for loving, caring people for our team to share and teach God’s love and grace to children on Sunday mornings. Classes are available both at 9:30 and 11 am, for ages 3 – 6th grades. Lessons, supplies, Ministry Safe training and support are provided. For more information, you may contact Liz Diebold at

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We need people to help prepare questions each week for Compass. Compass was started in Spring 2015 and it is a tool we use to continue the conversation after the Sunday morning sermon. We need people who are willing to read and meditate on the scriptures for a given week, then write questions based on that scripture. If you are interested in learning more about this, please contact Kim Thomas at



If you enjoy photography and would like to take pictures at the different ministry events that we hold or during worship services, please contact Krystal Stroud at This would require anywhere from 2 to 6 hours a month. If you have your own camera, you will receive a flash drive to upload your favorite photos to and return to the church. 


If you have skills with Microsoft Publisher, Adobe InDesign, or a different
word publishing software, and would like to piece together the monthly
newsletter, please email Krystal Stroud at The
monthly newsletter is sent out as a .pdf the last day of every month. 
Content for the newsletter would be turned in to you one week in advance.


If you enjoy telling a story through shooting video and editing in a program
like Premiere Pro or Final Cut, we would love to have you as part of a
videography team. The church has limited videography equipment. To join
this team, email Krystal Stroud at