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Regional Missions

Jesus was pretty clear about how we are to use our resources, God-given gifts, and energy to help the world we live in. 

Here are the ways we serve our regional community.

If you feel called to serve on a local or broader scale, we have Local and Global missions, too.

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Methodist Children's Home

Offering Hope Since 1890

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United Methodist Children's Home & Mission Home of Texas

We take up a special donation on Christmas Eve for these organizations. The Methodist Children's Home offers hope to children, youth, and families through a nurturing Christian community. We support the Waco campus, which includes a nearby Boys Ranch. It is located on 130 acres in northwest Waco. The residential program serves 180 children, ages 12 to 18, who are unable to live at home for various reasons. The Boys Ranch is located near Axtell, 10 miles northeast of Waco. The Ranch program helps boys who are beginning to behave in ways that are in conflict with the norms of society. The Children's Home is accredited and licensed by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services and the Council on Accreditation (COA) of Services for Families and Children. Methodist Mission Home serves people experiencing major life transitions so they may reach their goals.  CLICK HERE to view the website.


Lydia Patterson Institute

Lydia Patterson Institute is committed to providing an environment in which Christian faith, values, and knowledge converge to give students a cross-cultural, academic, and state-of-the-art education, by creating opportunities to develop skills to succeed and transform a changing world.

Lydia Patterson Institute has responded to the need for a quality education within the community of the Juarez-El Paso Border Region for over 100 years. Graduation rates of students exceed 98% of those entering as freshmen and over 96% of the graduates continue their education at colleges across the US. Many whom do not speak the English language when they arrive, yet will be successful bilingual college-bound students upon graduation. 

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