School Supply Drive Update

UMC Preston Hollow School Supply Drive

Preston Hollow Elementary School is so very grateful for the generous donations made by the members of Preston Hollow. David and Elizabeth Edwards took the money donated and purchased the school supplies they needed. The … Read More

Pumpkin Patch Cancelled for 2020

Preston Hollow Pumpkin Patch

We are sad to announce the cancellation of our Pumpkin Patch. Unfortunately, COVID has forced us to make the decision to close the patch this year. We felt the decision to cancel is in the … Read More

Update On In-Person Worship

In-Person Worship Update

Dear friends, Our bishop, Bishop Mike McKee, has approved the Metro District churches to reopening-person worship with strict protocols of mask-wearing, social distancing, and limited singing. For our church, the United Methodist Church of Preston … Read More

A Letter From Our Bishop

Click here to download copy of this letter. August 27, 2020Brothers and sisters in Christ,With a new school year underway and football leagues at (almost) every level making plans to begin a fall season, many … Read More

School Supply Drive

PHUMC School Supplies Drive

We are asking for our Church family to help support a School Supply Drive for Preston Hollow Elementary. The school drive will last for the month of August. We will order supplies after Labor Day. … Read More

Church Family Shout Out…

Church Family Shout Out...

We are asking for our Church family to do a video shout out like we did at the close of this last weeks Live-Stream. Just hold your phone on it’s side (horizontally) and record a short … Read More

We Need your Favorite Hymn!

Favorite Hymns

We are going to proclaim August as “Favorite Hymn Month!” We want you to send Russ your favorite hymn. During the month of August, we’ll sing your hymn and announce your name on the LiveStream. Please send … Read More

“Say Their Names” Memorial

The United Methodist Church of Preston Hollow has been selected to display a Black Lives Matter memorial on our front lawn. So many lives taken way too early. Each life had a story, and each … Read More