Whatever your week’s been like or your life’s been like—whatever you look like—whether you believe what we believe or even if you vehemently disagree, in the name of Jesus you are welcome at our church on a Sunday morning.
Our worship services are Sundays at 9:30 am and 11:00 am. Feel free to come early and enjoy our coffee bar located behind the Sanctuary.
Munger Place Church
5200 Bryan Street
Dallas, Texas 75206
Main Phone: 214.823.9929
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- Munger lot, on our property
- Neighborhood streets or by Garrett Park
Handicap parking is available directly behind the sanctuary building. A sidewalk leads to our handicap entrance on the Munger Blvd. side of the building. Enter the church at the basement level and take the elevator to the Sanctuary.
Wear whatever you feel most comfortable in. Our pastors, staff, musicians, and most of the congregation will be dressed casually.
We want you and your children to get the most out of our worship services. We provide professionally staffed nurseries for infants and toddlers as well as a fun and engaging children's ministry called Munger Kids for kids aged K-5th during both morning services.
Toward the end of the service, church volunteers will collect an offering. This offering helps support the church. If you are a guest, you should not feel obligated to give, though of course you are welcome to participate. The offering time is for members and those who consider Munger Place their church home.
Yes. Just like East Dallas and our church building, we want worship services to include both the best of the old and the best of the new. Our music is rock and roll-based, we use video in worship, serve coffee and dress casually, but at the same time we draw from 2,000 years of Christianity by incorporating some of the beautiful old hymns, prayers, and responses in our services.
Services last about an hour.
HPUMC is our “mother” church. The members at HPUMC raised the money to renovate Munger Place Church and we share resources with HPUMC. Munger Place is an extension campus of Highland Park UMC, in the same way that the University of Texas at Dallas is an extension campus of the larger University of Texas system.