Dallas Indian UMC has various groups that minister internally and externally.
Prayer & Congregational Care
A team of prayer warriors are dedicated to standing in the gap and lifting requests/petitions each day to our Lord. Additionally, a congregational care team visits those who are homebound or in the hospital to encourage, uplift and pray with them and their families.
Silver Feathers (Elders / Seniors)
Dallas Indian Silver Feathers meet Thursdays at 10am for bible study and lunch. They serve as a Native American cultural resource and community historians. Together, they support UMC ministry and projects through fundraising and crafts.
Sunday School classes are held for our children, ages four to 11, youth 12 to 18 and young adults 19 to 30 years of age. An adult Sunday Bible Study is also offered and very popular with our adult of all ages.
Dallas Indian UMC Youth are students in 6th to 12th grade who talk about God’s Word, have fun, enjoy some food, and learn truth to be equipped for living life well. Throughout the year, there are exciting opportunities for students to participate in missions, projects and attend special events, conferences, concerts, etc.
The United Methodist Women meet monthly on the 2nd Saturday at 9:00am. Their outcome is to gather and develop a creative, supportive fellowship of women. They support local, national programs and global ministries through multi-cultural dinners, craft sales, and fundraisers.
The United Methodist Men meet monthly on the 2nd Saturday at 9:00am. Their outcome is to gather and share witness and fellowship. They support St. Andrews Feed the Hungry program, Wesley Rankin Center, as well as hold fundraisers, events and programs.