On July 26, Third Church Dallas hosted the Nu Spirit gospel group. In case you missed it, check out the photo slideshow and a video from the spirited event!
This Sunday is Third Church third Sunday lunch and we will be going to Café Express, located in the Pavilion Shopping Center on Lovers Lane just west of the Tollway. Please plan to join us and take advantage of this opportunity to catch up with old friends and meet new ones this Sunday, July 20th – following our church service.
Café Express located at Lovers Lane & Inwood
5600 W. Lovers Lane – Suite 109
Dallas, TX 75209
You are invited to a special Gospel Music Concert on Saturday, July 26, at 5:30 pm in our church auditorium. The Nu Spirit, a local gospel choir, will be joined by soloists and a full complement of musicians. This is a concert you do not want to miss!
Please invite your family and friends for this wonderful celebration of spirit-filled music.
Third Church Music Committee
A note from our Music Committee…
This Sunday, June 29: Patriotic Music!
Don’t miss this annual special presentation of rousing music. Prelude will begin at 10:15. In addition to Jodi Wright, we will be joined by DFW Brass who will present a number of selections during the service.
And mark your calendars for a special Gospel Music Concert on Saturday, July 26, at 5:30 pm in our auditorium. The Nu Spirit, a local gospel choir, will be joined by soloists and a full complement of musicians. This is a concert you do not want to miss! Please invite your family and friends for this wonderful celebration of spirit-filled music.
You are invited to a “Sundae celebration” on Wednesday June 25, immediately following the service to thank our wonderful retiring Readers: Randy West and Nadine Givens.
We’ll have all the fixin’s to make your own ice cream sundaes, and time to share hugs and thanks for our dedicated Readers and three wonderful years of church services!
and to welcome our new readers: Jill Stucker and Jim Wright
Mark your calendars and plan to join our “thank you” celebration!
Please mark your calendar for a good, old fashioned 3rd Church Picnic on Memorial Day, Monday, May 26th from 11:00 AM to whenever you get tired. The 3rd Church Men’s Group is sponsoring The Hamburger Man, so we’ll have hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken grilled and served to us while we have fun in the park. We’ll also have ice cream!
The picnic will be held at Burleson Park (also known as Sorority Park), which is on University Boulevard, just west of Central Expressway and just across the street from the SMU sorority houses. Burleson Park has a baseball diamond, so we’ll play a game of kickball (sort of like baseball, but with a big, soft, rubber ball to kick…no bats or gloves). The park also has a playground for kids. You, your family and your friends are all invited! So, come early, come hungry and bring family, friends and toys (Frisbees, balls and the like). It’ll be a really fun time!
Please let us know if you can come and approximately how many you’ll bring with you, so we can let The Hamburger Man and our ice cream supplier know how many to plan for.
To RSVP, send an e-mail to email@example.com.
All the best,
3rd Church Men’s Group
Memorial Day Picnic 2014 PDF to share!
The weather changed the plans a bit, but nothing could detract from the inspiration, fellowship and charity of the Feed the Hungry, Heal the Heart 2014 lecture event at White Rock Lake in Dallas.
On a rainy April 6 afternoon, about 140 people gathered indoors at Winfrey Point to enjoy an inspirational talk by Christian Science lecturer Tom McElroy, eat some Dickey’s BBQ, play with balloon animals and support the Dallas Interfaith Housing Coalition. We collected nearly $1400 in monetary donations and an estimated $1500 in food donations on behalf of IHC.
Check out the photo slideshow below to get a taste of it all!
For more information about the lecture event, visit the Previous Lectures page.
This Sunday is Third Church third Sunday lunch and we will go to Becks Prime, located at immediately following the service. It is just four blocks south of the church on the northeast corner of Oak Lawn and Avondale. Becks Prime is known for their award-winning burgers, but their menu features may other options, including salads.
Please plan to join us there after church this coming Sunday!
The Care Committee