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Just as Jesus Christ came “not to be ministered to, but to minister,” we accept our responsibility to reach out in service to others. At New World, we believe it is a privilege to be the hands and feet of Jesus to our own church body, in our neighborhoods and communities, and around the globe.

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IN OUR CHURCH 

New World is full of opportunities for you to serve. We can help you find a place to use your gifts and talents to make a difference. The Body of Christ is designed as a community, as one body, where we meet the needs of those around us. When we all come together, we truly can make a difference!

Our goal is for every guest and member to receive a warm welcome from the moment they enter our parking lot and come through our doors. If you are interested in serving as a friendly Sunday morning greeter/host, usher, or parking lot attendant, please contact staff@nwumc.org.

Trained Stephen Ministers are available to minister one-on-one to those who are experiencing a crisis, facing a challenge or simply going through a tough time. For more information about Stephen Ministry, visit http://www.stephenministries.org/ or contact Rev. Leslie Byrd or Sarah Cantrell at 817.460.4212.

At New World UMC, we believe that we have the privilege of serving one another through our unique gifts and talents. We have many opportunities available for you to join us as we portray the love of Jesus to one another in our everyday lives. From children’s ministry, to greeter, to prayer team or musical performance, there is a place for you to jump in and be a part of what God is doing at New World UMC.

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ARLINGTON ISD FOOD PANTRY AND SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES IN TRANSITION
In partnership with Arlington ISD Student Support Services counselors and local churches, we are providing food and other support for local families in need every week. Volunteers can help in our food pantry, delivering food and donating to support the ministry. For more information, contact Rev. Erin Sloan Jackson, (erin@nwumc.org).

 

ARLINGTON LIFE SHELTER

For a number of years, New World has cooked and served meals at the Life Shelter on 5th Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays.   We also prepare sack lunches for the following day.   For more information about this ministry, contact Diane Kuykendall at dianekuykendall@hotmail.com to help prepare the meal OR Terry Dunklin at sdunklin1@msn.com to help with the sack lunches.

For more information visit: http://arlingtonlifeshelter.org

 

ARLINGTON CHARITIES

Since 1978, Arlington Charities has endeavored to feed the hungry and clothe the poor. Volunteers deliver supplemental food to shut-ins at the end of every month. Volunteers are also needed to sort and hang clothing or pack groceries. You can work at your convenience. Call the Arlington Charities Volunteer Coordinator at 817.275.1511 for additional information. The agency is open Monday-Friday, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. See arlingtoncharities.org for information and to volunteer or contact New World coordinators Audrey Koepp or Gayle Collier. 

 

ARLINGTON URBAN MINISTRIES

Arlington Urban Ministries is a faith-based organization, providing emergency assistance for utilities, rent and food for those in crisis in the Arlington community.  In addition, AUM offers a mobile food pantry which monthly distributes free, fresh food to families in need on the first Wednesday of each month.   This outdoor event is held on the parking lot of the church at 2200 E. Park Row, Arlington, 76010.  For more information, visit www.arlingtonurbanministries.org

 

LAMAR HIGH SCHOOL PREGNANCY, EDUCATION & PARENTING (PEP) PROGRAM

Lamar High School, our neighbor, offers a dropout prevention program to aid pregnant students and teen parents to remain in school. We collect, assemble and provide each new teen parent with a baby tub filled with shampoo, baby soap, cloths, blankets, pacifiers, diapers and other layette needs.
 

SALVATION ARMY

New World began serving dinner to the homeless at the Arlington Salvation Army in May, 2013. Each month on the 2nd Saturday, volunteers serve dinner to people in need at the Salvation Army Soup Kitchen located at 712 W. Abram. Contact Rev Gordon Johnson and Candy Richter at gordonandcandy@gmail.com to volunteer your family or small group. 

 

UTA WESLEY FOUNDATION 

The UTA Wesley Foundation is a ministry to students of the University of Texas at Arlington, seeking to create disciples of Jesus Christ and raise up a new generation of leaders for the sake of the Church and the world.  For more information about The Wesley, contact Thomas Mitchell, Director, at utawesley.org. New World supports the Wesley Foundation through fundraisers and providing dinner once a month for their worship. For more information about the Wesley Foundation, connect with them on Facebook, UTA Wesley Foundation.

Join us for one of our many opportunities to serve!