United Methodists are very intentionally connectional people. We want to help connect people’s passions with the needs of others. At University Park UMC, we are committed to this, whether it’s connecting people with needs in the neighborhood, or places around the world. We stand by to help you get better acquainted, acclimated - connected - to the calling God has within your life. Your presence is a gift to our church family. My prayer is that our church family will be a gift to you. 


Peace and Blessings,
Dr. Keith Boone
Senior Pastor 



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University Park United Methodist Church is located on the corner of Caruth and Preston just south of Northwest Highway. 4024 Caruth Blvd, Dallas, TX 75225




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Sundays at a Glance:

8:45 a.m.  Traditional worship service in the sanctuary
9:45 a.m.  Sunday school for adults, youth and children
11 a.m.     Traditional worship service in the sanctuary

About Worship:

University Park United Methodist Church offers a traditional service where you'll experience Bible-centered worship that both challenges and inspires through scripture, sermon and music. 

About Sunday School:

University Park United Methodist Church offers a variety of Sunday school classes for people of all ages. From birth through adulthood, our Sunday school classes seek to bring faith to life through Biblical study, fellowship, service to others, and care and support for each other. Whether a child or student, married or single, with or without children at home, church member or guest, we provide support and a firm foundation for a Christian lifestyle.

All Sunday School classes meet  from 9:45-10:45 a.m., between our two worship services. Most children's classes meet on the first floor, and most adult classes are on the second floor. Guests are always welcome. If you'd like to speak with someone about visiting a class or would like a member to host you, please call us at 214-368-1435.


worship schedule

  • 8:45 a.m. Traditional Worship
  • 9:45 a.m. Sunday School
  • 11 a.m. Traditional Worship


4024 Caruth Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75225

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Disaster Relief

Our Hearts and Hands Go Out

With the historic flooding occurring in Louisiana over the past weeks, we are eager to show our support and provide for the families affected.

In his letter, Bishop McKee invites UPUMC and other local churches to support the disaster relief efforts by accepting gifts toward the recovery and relief efforts. As such, we are currently collecting funds toward flood buckets which will provide supplies to Louisiana families and help the overwhelming job of cleaning up after the flood.

We must remember to help in effective ways that will benefit the families and communities involved. In times of disaster, sometimes our best intentions hinder recovery efforts; therefore, remember the following:

1. Please do NOT take up a collection of random items based solely on news or even personal reports from Louisiana. This would include clothing, shoes, diapers, food, and water. Unsolicited donations can lead to a second disaster when an organization’s infrastructure has been damaged as badly as Louisiana’s has been.

2. Please do NOT contact churches in Louisiana directly with an offer to assist or send teams. Please allow the local churches time to respond to their local community, and please allow the conference and denominational response system to function. This includes contacting churches with offers of financial assistance, physical donations, and work teams. There are some procedures that need to take place before those offers can be properly received.


What We Can Do:

With our Mission Action Council's blessing, we are collecting funds for flood buckets to assist in relief efforts.

Please give to our disaster relief efforts

Click here to read the Bishop's letter

Click here for more information directly from the conference

Your prayers for the families, communities, and relief workers are needed, so take a moment to lift them up to God. For more information, contact Monica Frazier,, 214-368-1435


Thank you for your prayers, your love, and your donations as we strive to be the hands and feet of God in our world.


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April 2, 2017
5th Sunday of Lent
Holy Communion
Services: 8:45 & 11 a.m., Sanctuary
Preaching: Dr. Keith Boone
Scripture: John 11:17-27, 38-44


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