How will you serve?

Good Works Committee

The Good Works group at our church plays many roles in the church. They organize special events, like Blessing of the Pets, Light up the Corner, Fourth of July and many others. The group works on Mission projects to help the homeless and other people in our area that need help. When there is a member in the church that is in need of help or providing food for them, a list is put together for volunteers.

This is a group for everyone to join and help!  To join in the fun, email!

Faith Circle

Faith Circle in our church is a group of ladies who send out cards to people each week. We send Birthday, Anniversary, Sympathy, Get well, and Praying for you.

They each express their own personal feelings on the cards, to let the person know they are thinking, and praying for them.  Faith Circle shares their special prayers with each other and give support where it is needed.  Faith Circle meets at the church every Tuesday at 10 am.

Grace Singers

Our chancel choir for service is made up of people who love to raise their voices in praise of the Lord. We rehearse every Wednesday night from 6:45 to 8 pm.

You do not need to have had formal music training or be able to read music to be welcome. You just need to be willing to practice, make a joyful noise and have fun doing it! We sing a variety of music, but lean toward up-tempo gospel songs. Contact Taylor Hankey or come to a Wednesday practice to participate!

Help with the operation of PVUMC

It takes everyone's help to help in the operations of PVUMC.  If you enjoy gardening, decorating, audio/visual technology, or have the next great idea for a bible study group, there is a place for you to serve!

To volunteer, email!

Community Outreach

5 Loaves Food Pantry

Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church works with 5 Loaves Food Pantry, which is a faith-based organization that provides food and support for all ages, to nourish both the body and the soul. Located in Sachse, Texas, 5 Loaves provides a food pantry and diaper bank, outreach programs with local schools and different support groups.  To find out more how you can help, you can visit their website at

Dialogue Institute of Dallas

 The Dialogue Institute engages religious, civic, and academic leaders in practicing the skills of respectful dialogue and critical thinking, building and sustaining transformative relationships across lines of religion and culture.  It provides resources and creates networks for intra – and interreligious scholarship and action that value difference and foster human dignity.  For more information, please visit