Our Deaf Fellowship and ministry offers Bible study, retreats, missions, and programs locally and globally in ASL. Our sign choir performs monthly at our traditional worship service. We offer pastoral care, baptisms, weddings, and funerals in ASL by our pastor of the Deaf, Rev. Dr. Tom Hudspeth, who is assisted by Certified Lay Deaf Servants Susan Judd and Naomi Rapp. Upon consultation with our SEEDS team, we may provide life skills training for Deaf young adults, with one-on-one mentoring.
Seeds Ministry - “Serving and Educating Exceptional Deaf Students”
SEEDS is a 501 (c) 3 ministry that offers scholarships for Deaf students seeking certification, training, or specialized education to improve life and job skills.
Interested applicants are encouraged to request a scholarship form from the Lovers Lane Foundation by contacting Rev. Tom Hudspeth at
Our best success story has been supporting the first Deaf theology student, Collins Prempeh (l) and his sign language interpreter, Tonderayi Makaya (r) at Africa University, Mutare, Zimbabwe. Collins will graduate in 2023 and become the first ordained Deaf pastor in the Methodist Church of Ghana.
To receive our weekly newsletter, participate in our weekly Deaf prayer chat or to request more information, click here to contact Rev. Tom Hudspeth.
Jesus–the Carpenter of Nazareth–is the Lord of our lives. He is the one to whom we give our lives, loyalty and love as we follow Him and His example of loving God and loving others. We are the Carpenter's Men. Our group was designed with the image of a single 2" x 4" x 12" plank in mind. We meet 12 times a year for fellowship, food and a program. We support our church 4 times a year by providing maintenance and grounds work for our campuses. We serve our community 2 times a year through local mission projects. Developing small groups for men is our one central focus. ALL men are welcome to join us for any of our regular events.
Read more about The Carpenter's Men here.
Lovers Lane offers a variety of opportunities for men of all ages and interests to grow in their faith together through classes and small groups.
Lovers Lane UMC mission to love ALL people into relationship with Jesus Christ extends to those incarcerated to prisons in North Texas. Each week, we reach the inmates of the Powledge Unit in Palestine with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Through this ministry, we have been blessed to see lives changed for both those incarcerated and those who serve with us each week. This ministry exemplifies God's words, "I was in prison and you visited me. Visiting and spending time with inmates will change the way you view God and the way you view other people.
Contact us for more information about serving with Prison Ministry.
We are known as the Bold Women of Lovers Lane because of our bold actions advocating for justice and compassion for all. We are a diverse group of United Women of Faith, formerly known as United Methodist Women. We welcome all women to engage in fellowship, mission, study, personal growth and/or social action with us. Church membership is not required.
Members nurture one another spiritually and in community. With our prayers, volunteering, financial gifts and advocacy, we support local, national and international missions for women, children and youth.
Lovers Lane is here to help young adults build relationships with one another and with God. deepen a lifelong intimate relationship with Jesus. Whether you are just starting life as an adult in college or in the work force, starting a new career or praying about what the future holds for you, we want to walk that journey with you. Our two young adult groups include one for college students and one for those out of college.
Click here to contact Tendresses Sul to learn more about Lovers Lane's Young Adult Ministry.