Sep. 14th, 2017 | Rev. Don Underwood “I am rethinking faith,” she said. “Can you recommend a church?” The call, made to a friend of mine, came from a young mother who has been a professing agnostic all her adult life. One of the under-reported stories of modern American culture is the number of people, […]Read More..
Pray Like Jesus– Now On Sale
Posted on: February 16th, 2017 The Lord’s Prayer is the most famous prayer in the world and is remarkably simple and brief. In only 70 words Jesus covers the breadth of the Christian message and experience. Most Christians already know it by heart and can easily recite it. In fact, that might be part of […]Read More..
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Member Care Care Corps (Care Ministry): – If you like to cook, this is for you. You will be called approximately once every three months to take a meal to someone recently hospitalized, recently rejoicing in the birth of a child, or otherwise in need of assistance. Meal preparation can be very simple, normally […]Read More..
Angels– Mark Garica
I have guardian angels watching over me. We met for the first time when my family was selected to receive the first House on the Corner. I remember coming to the church to help build the house in the parking lot. I was only 6 when my mom, brother and I first moved into our […]Read More..
Fatherhood– Ben Chamness
Do no harm. Do good. Stay in love with God. If you’ve been around the Methodist church a while, chances are you’ve heard those phrases. They are part of the teachings of John Wesley and reflect his approaches to faith and practicing Christianity. When I first heard that mantra, I was impressed by its directness […]Read More..
Kairos Prison Ministry
Kairos is a lay-led Christian ministry that shares Christ’s love and forgiveness to prisoners and their families. Christ United supports this program by providing volunteers who bake cookies to take to inmates in the program. We also have volunteers who write letters and make decorations for the weekend program that Kairos hosts. To learn how you […]Read More..
Why Me?– Marylin Smith
Posted on: June 29th, 2017 The day I received my diagnosis I was stunned. I thought about my entire life. The lives of my family crossed in front of me rapidly. I didn’t know what to do. The oncologist was very young and I will never forget his reaction to my, “Why me? How can […]Read More..
Transitioning– Will Fort
Have you ever felt yourself falling away from your world? You can’t get your bearings or your grip, and you’re plummeting into chaos. What do you do? Do you panic? Do you give up? Sometimes, yes, but what we should do instead is find God; place all of your faith in God and give everything […]Read More..
Volunteer and Participation Forms
Below are some of the forms that you may need in order to participate or volunteer. You may print these forms and return them to the requesting department. Background Check Form Media Waiver Medical Release Permission for Minors Medical Release for Adults Medication Authorization form Volunteer Driver Application Child Protection Policy Acknowledgment Form Volunteer Application […]Read More..
Home– Caroline Korst
Posted on: September 18th, 2017 My family joined this church 16 years ago when we moved to Frisco from Wichita, KS. I grew up at Christ United, first in children’s and later in youth ministries. This faith community is where I first understood what having faith meant. My church and my faith have always been […]Read More..