The Made with Love group meets the first Thursday of every month, at 1:00 p.m. in the Family Life Center crafting hand-made items to give to patients in hospitals, re-hab centers, nursing homes, etc.  If you can sew, needlepoint, crochet, etc. contact Lori Wright to participate in this special ministry.


The FUMCRC Mission Committee has selected
Amigos Days as one of its 2016 projects. Amigos Days is a hands-on ministry of The United Methodist Church and People Helping People
 (a City of Dallas Housing Revitalization Program). Dallas is currently experiencing crisis-level poverty, a declining median income and housing stock that is in decay. This urban blight is one of Dallas’ major problems.
The city’s goal is to reduce blight by 25%, and Amigos Days is helping to make that goal possible.
Amigos Days sends local church teams to areas affected by urban blight, where they partner with inner-city Methodist Host Churches to repair and restore homes to make a positive difference in their neighborhoods.
Work dates for Spring 2016 are April 22-23 and April 29-30. Contact Angela
project transformation
Our church has a long history of supporting Project Transformation, a community-oriented after-school and summer day camp program for children and youth from low-income neighborhoods. Project Transformation is currently accepting applications for college students to work during the summer months. For information and to complete an application, please go to