Faith United Methodist Church
Religious Organization in Denton, TX
The groundbreaking for St. Mark Church was in September 1988. St. Mark started as a mission of Immaculate Conception Church in 1990. The 1st mass was celebrated on Christmas Eve, 1990. On January 1, 1993, the church was given the name of St. Mark, and it became an official and separate parish in July of 1995. At that time, Rev. Eugene Sweeney, S. M. Was assigned as the 1st pastor. He served in that position until July, 2004. Fr. Dan Triulzi, S. M. Was welcomed as associate pastor in November, 2001. In July, 2004, the Rev.
Who We Are
read moreWe are an authentic, faith-based community with a passion to serve others. We believe in the good work that is already being done around us, so you will often find us following the Holy Spirit to partner with local schools and organizations. Our goal in ministry is to 'make new disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.' We believe a disciple is someone who strives to live like Jesus, loving God and loving others. We know this is a lifelong pursuit; we want each person to be connected to God and to others through the love and grace of Jesus Christ!
read moreWe believe connecting with each other is integral to creating a sense of belonging and growing our Faith. Check out all of our ministry areas below. If you're relatively new here at Faith or if you're newly interested in getting more engaged - we suggest you start with Pizza with the Pastor and Quick Launch.
Plan A Visit
read moreFaith is located at 6060 Teasley Lane, directly across the street from Guyer High School Enter the property from Teasley at the driveway and proceed onto the property, among the trees. Guests are invited to park in the spaces on the south side of the building, near the circular entryway. Handicapped spaces are located inside the circular drive on the north side of the building and in front of the back doors on the south side of the building. You should expect to feel at home when you walk through the doors.
read moreMembers provide meals for church/community members who are welcoming a new baby, have been hospitalized, etc. As needs arise, team members receive an email and are given the opportunity to sign up to provide a meal. The People in Need Fund allows our church to help meet emergency needs of individuals within our community during difficult financial circumstances. As funds allow, needs that are met include food, diapers, formula, gas, utility bills, and transportation. Members of this team have received FEMA-recongized training and authorization through the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) to be deployed to assist communities in the early days after a major disaster.
read moreYour tithes and gifts are an important part of sustaining and nurturing the ministries of our church. We covenant to be good and faithful stewards of all that we receive. Every gift counts! If you have any questions, please reach out to us! Thank you for your generosity.
read moreOn Sunday mornings, our worship experience is authentic and joy-filled. Our band is lively and atmosphere laid back. You'll find Faith UMC to be a place where Scripture is read and studied, the message is personal and relevant, and we celebrate each week with both modern and traditional practices. Worship lasts about an hour. Communion is served on the first Sunday of each month. It's 2021, but now what? Our youth director, Chad, will be bringing us some thoughts on diving into 2021 and how we might be able to relate to the arc of the Israelites journey to the Promised Land which is full of suffering and experiences that required perseverance, and it was all experienced and shared communally.