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God & Country Art Exhibit

God & Country

God & Country Art Exhibit

We’re excited to bring you a collection of patriotic works from various local artists. Each piece celebrates our nation’s history and independence with its own unique style and story. Embrace the stars and stripes and join us for a festive night of music and art on June 24th with the God & Country concert at 5:00 PM, followed by a BBQ dinner and art reception.

Artreach Gallery

The ArtReach Gallery graces the walls of Watson Hall at Lovers Lane United Methodist Church and is the work of the Visual Arts Committee of LLUMC and is sponsored by the Lovers Lane Foundation. All artwork is for sale unless otherwise indicated. Purchase prices are available upon request.  A portion (25%) of all sale proceeds benefits the Lovers Lane Foundation.

Visual Arts Committee

We are always looking for artists or individuals with an interest in art to serve on or Visual Arts Committee.   Let us know if you would be interested  —  we would love to talk to you about it!  Serving on this committee is a great way to serve the art community and Lovers Lane United Methodist Church and its Foundation

To volunteer for our Visual Arts Committee, contact  Marilyn Eitzen-Jones or Margaret Mall

Marilyn Jones: meitzenjones@att.net | 214-350-4205

Margaret Mall: margaret@calligraphyartstudio.com | 214.794.9355

Purchase Information

Contact Paul Ditto at 214-706-9561 or email ArtReach@llumc.org

  • Art Exhibit:
  • Reception:
  • Jun. 24 – Aug. 15
  • Sunday, Jun. 24
    Watson Hall
    6:00 PM
    In conjunction with the God & Country concert

Summer Delight Art Exhibit

Summer Delight

Summer Delight Art Exhibit

Jean McIntosh’s work captures the intersection between the physical and spiritual. She focuses mostly on reflections and refractions of light in water. By the combination of color, texture and surface pattern, she expresses her inner spirit. The art of being present in the moment determines her every step. Beauty, motion, collections and autobiographical experiences are popular themes. Jean received her M.F. A. from Texas Woman’s University. She is in the permanent collections of Mountain View Community College, Brookhaven Community College and the New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Artreach Gallery

The ArtReach Gallery graces the walls of Watson Hall at Lovers Lane United Methodist Church and is the work of the Visual Arts Committee of LLUMC and is sponsored by the Lovers Lane Foundation. All artwork is for sale unless otherwise indicated. Purchase prices are available upon request.  A portion (25%) of all sale proceeds benefits the Lovers Lane Foundation.

Visual Arts Committee

We are always looking for artists or individuals with an interest in art to serve on or Visual Arts Committee.   Let us know if you would be interested  —  we would love to talk to you about it!  Serving on this committee is a great way to serve the art community and Lovers Lane United Methodist Church and its Foundation

To volunteer for our Visual Arts Committee, contact  Marilyn Eitzen-Jones or Margaret Mall

Marilyn Jones: meitzenjones@att.net | 214-350-4205

Margaret Mall: margaret@calligraphyartstudio.com | 214.794.9355

Purchase Information

Contact Paul Ditto at 214-706-9561 or email ArtReach@llumc.org

  • Art Exhibit:
  • Reception:
  • May 7 – Jun. 30
  • Sunday, Jun. 3
    Watson Hall
    12:00 PM
    Music by the Lovers Lane Jazz Band

Past Events

Shepherd’s Garden Receptions

THE

LOVERS LANE FOUNDATION

INVITES YOU TO ATTEND

ONE OF TWO RECEPTIONS

SUNDAY, MAY 27

Choose from two sessions:

Brunch: 10:45 AM
OR
Lunch: 12:00 PM

RSVP by May 21

[click RSVP button below]

Get Acquainted with the Shepherd’s Garden

  • Enjoy the beauty of our special garden
  • Walk the 23rd Psalm
  • Follow the “I am” statements
  • Learn about the Columbarium
  • Check out the memorial and honorarium opportunities

2018 Owen Lenten Lecture Series: Lecture Audio

2018 Owen Lenten Lecture Series

Audio Recordings Available Now

[click on links below for the audio recording of each day’s talk]

The 2018 Owen Lenten Lecture Series

featuring Rev. Dr. Owen Ross, Director for the Center of Church Development of the North Texas Conference


LISTEN

Click the links below to listen to each of Owen’s lectures:

Tuesday, Mar. 27
Dealing with Disappointment (click for audio)


Wednesday, Mar. 28
Finding Your Purpose (click for audio)


Thursday, Mar. 29

Discovering the Lord’s Presence (click for audio)


Since July 1, 2017, Dr. Owen Ross has been the Director for the Center of Church Development for the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church. Prior to this, Dr. Ross served as the founding pastor of Christ’s Foundry United Methodist Mission. He moved into the north Love Field neighborhood in Dallas and began knocking on doors in Spring 2002. On Ash Wednesday 2003, Christ’s Foundry began worship in his home and grew to averaging over 300 in weekly bi-lingual and Spanish worship in 2016, the second largest Spanish-language United Methodist Congregation in the U.S.

A native of the rural East Texas town of Henderson, Dr. Ross has lived in Mexico, Dominican Republic, Canada, Ecuador, and Zimbabwe. He holds a BA with a double major in International Studies and Political Science from Texas A&M University, a Master of Divinity from Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, and a Doctor of Ministry from Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. His doctoral thesis was Ministry with the Poor: The Role of Social Services in Evangelism.

Dr. Ross is a Return Peace Corps Volunteer, having served in the western lowlands of Ecuador. He did Spanish-language studies in La Universidad de las Americas in Puebla, Mexico. His seminary studies took him to Africa University where he continues to serve as a board member for the Fairfield Outreach and Sponsors Association for the Fairfield Children’s Home in Old Mutare, Zimbabwe.

Dr. Ross’ passion is to reconnect the church with holistic ministry with the poor as modeled by Christ and the earliest Methodists. A certified coach by the International Coaching Federation, Dr. Ross has worked with churches throughout the United States, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Honduras as a consultant and coach, specifically for ministries with non-traditional populations.

Estate Planning Informational Meetings

LLUMC FOR LIFE

LLUMC FOUNDATION FOR LEGACY

THE

LOVERS LANE FOUNDATION

INVITES YOU TO ATTEND

ONE OF TWO INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS

05.06.18

Choose from two sessions:

Brunch: 10:45 AM
OR
Lunch: 12:00 PM

LOVERS LANE UMC
SERENITY HOUSE
9200 INWOOD ROAD
DALLAS, TX 75220

[click RSVP button below to RSVP]

RSVP

BY 04.30.18

Celebration of Life Art Exhibit

Celebration of Life

Celebration of Life Art Exhibit

Beauty, love, and motion portrayed through colors, values and design are favorite themes in the paintings of Judith Srite Campbell. After a lengthy career departure, Judith recently rekindled her love with art. From studying in Paris and Switzerland as a young girl to being one of the artist-owners of The Highland Park Art Gallery, founding the Artists’ Showplace Gallery and becoming a partner in the new Frisco Fine Art Gallery, art has always been in her blood.

Artreach Gallery

The ArtReach Gallery graces the walls of Watson Hall at Lovers Lane United Methodist Church and is the work of the Visual Arts Committee of LLUMC and is sponsored by the Lovers Lane Foundation. All artwork is for sale unless otherwise indicated. Purchase prices are available upon request.  A portion (25%) of all sale proceeds benefits the Lovers Lane Foundation.

Visual Arts Committee

To volunteer for our Visual Arts Committee, contact Margaret Mall or Marilyn Eitzen-Jones

Purchase Information

Contact Paul Ditto at 214-706-9561 or email ArtReach@llumc.org

  • Art Exhibit:
  • Reception:
  • Mar. 8 – May 2
  • Sunday, Mar. 18
    Watson Hall
    12:00 PM
    Music by the Lovers Lane Jazz Band

2018 Owen Lenten Lecture Series

2018 Owen Lenten Lecture Series


Featuring Dr. Owen Ross, Director for the Center of Church Development for the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church & former founding pastor of Christ’s Foundry United Methodist Mission

— 3 Days in John 21 —

Tuesday, March 27
John 21:1-3 | DISAPPOINTMENT


Wednesday, April 12
John 21:4-7 | PURPOSE


Thursday, April 13
John 21:8-14 | PRESENCE

12:00 PM | Shipp Chapel | Daily complimentary lunch to follow ~ 12:45 PM

Childcare available with reservation by March 20

Since July 1, 2017, Dr. Owen Ross has been the Director for the Center of Church Development for the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church. Prior to this, Dr. Ross served as the founding pastor of Christ’s Foundry United Methodist Mission. He moved into the north Love Field neighborhood in Dallas and began knocking on doors in Spring 2002. On Ash Wednesday 2003, Christ’s Foundry began worship in his home and grew to averaging over 300 in weekly bi-lingual and Spanish worship in 2016, the second largest Spanish-language United Methodist Congregation in the U.S.

A native of the rural East Texas town of Henderson, Dr. Ross has lived in Mexico, Dominican Republic, Canada, Ecuador, and Zimbabwe. He holds a BA with a double major in International Studies and Political Science from Texas A&M University, a Master of Divinity from Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, and a Doctor of Ministry from Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. His doctoral thesis was Ministry with the Poor: The Role of Social Services in Evangelism.

Dr. Ross is a Return Peace Corps Volunteer, having served in the western lowlands of Ecuador. He did Spanish-language studies in La Universidad de las Americas in Puebla, Mexico. His seminary studies took him to Africa University where he continues to serve as a board member for the Fairfield Outreach and Sponsors Association for the Fairfield Children’s Home in Old Mutare, Zimbabwe.

Dr. Ross’ passion is to reconnect the church with holistic ministry with the poor as modeled by Christ and the earliest Methodists. A certified coach by the International Coaching Federation, Dr. Ross has worked with churches throughout the United States, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Honduras as a consultant and coach, specifically for ministries with non-traditional populations.

Dr. Ross is married to Xóchitl Medina Ross of Mexico, and they have two rowdy boys, Leland and Larkin, both born in 2014.

— Holy Week Music —

Monday, March 26 | 12:00 PM | Shipp Chapel 
Organ recital featuring music of the Wesley family performed by master organist, Dr. Sheryl Sebo
Friday, March 30 | 7:00 PM | Sanctuary
Good Friday Concert: Mozart’s Requiem and Ave Verum featuring the Sanctuary Choir, Texas Voices, and professional orchestra


Childcare provided Mar. 27-29 with reservation by March 20. Please click the button below and include your child’s name(s), age(s) and the dates for which you’ll need care.