Associate Pastor, Mission and Outreach
office: 214.368.6348 ext 124 email@example.com
"Now that I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also should wash one another’s feet. I have set you an example that you should do as I have done for you." - John 13:14-15
We believe God invites us to witness and participate in what God is already doing in our midst – showing compassion, cultivating peace, working for justice, caring for Creation, and proclaiming the good news of abundant life in Jesus Christ. Members of PHPC have long been involved with developing new initiatives and supporting partnerships to serve the needs of people at the church, in the community, and around the world.
There are many ways to serve one another in love right here in our building. Whether it’s greeting visitors, serving as an usher, delivering flowers and home communion, or engaging in our many programs, there are many opportunities ways you give of your time and talents.
Epiphany Ministry provides enrichment-based respite care programs for adults with special needs that incorporate their unique gifts and talents in worship, life skills, art, and community service. This is accomplished through three unique programs in our ministry: Epiphany Worship, Epiphany Life & Arts, and Epiphany Serves.
Through PHPC’s own ministry teams, as well as through our community partners, we seek to embody the love of Christ across our city. Through addressing issues of poverty, hunger, education, displacement, inequality, and much more, we hope to work for the transformation of our communities.
For over 20 years, international partners have invited PHPC to join them in mission and ministry, as a sign of our unity as the church of Jesus Christ. Our global mission partners include churches, nonprofits, and faith-based ministries that seek to empower women, care for vulnerable children, and improve health and education in rural communities.
Relationships with our global partners are nurtured and sustained through the calling and presence of our Mission Co-Workers. These women and men who commit to serving on behalf of the Presbyterian Church (USA) as colleagues with our global partners.
For over half a century, Preston Hollow Presbyterian School has been dedicated to educating children of average to superior intelligence with mild to moderate learning differences. The types of learning differences served by our school include reading disorder (dyslexia), auditory processing disorder, oral language disorder, written language disorder, and mathematical disability.
The school was founded in 1962 in response to the needs of the Dallas community as the first outreach mission of the Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church. PHPS is a private coeducational day school, housed in the north wing of the church, which enrolls 133 students each year in thirteen classes in grades K-6. PHPS is a non-profit school, accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, to which students are accepted without regard to race, sex, religion or national origin.
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