Samuel School

The vision of Samuel School is to lead children into a deeper relationship with Father God, Jesus, and Holy Spirit. Our heart is to partner with parents to help the children recognize His voice, heart, and truth just like Eli helped Samuel recognize God was to speaking to him. We do this through worship, teaching, bible stories, and age appropriate activities. 
Samuel School is available:

Sunday 10am Service
3 months – 6th grade
Check in opens at 9:45am

Sunday 5pm Service
3 months – 6th grade
Check in opens at 4:45pm

For more information and/or to sign up to volunteer, email


UR Power Kids is a Mother's Day Out as well as a Preschool – 1st grade that meets at UR Dallas. We focus on the spiritual, emotional and academic growth of each child by recognizing who they were created to be, while encouraging them to learn what they were created to do.  We provide a fun, safe and loving environment with a highly qualified staff. 

For more information or to enroll your child click the button below.



For youth 7th - ­12th grade.

UR Youth meet at 4pm on Sunday. Our youth ministry invites teenagers to encounter the transforming presence, power, and love of Jesus by creating a community that’s founded on worship, the Word, and equipping teenagers into their God-given identity and gifting. Our desire is to build a culture of Love, Honor and Respect! 

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We offer pastoral counseling for couples in need of strengthening or healing.  
The fascination & wonder that drew couples together is easily lost with wear & tear but it's also what will keep them together.  
So, we provide skills, tools & support to help those in hurting or drifting relationships return to the wonder & fascination that originally connected them.


We offer pastoral premarital counseling using the Prepare/Enrich model.
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"Jesus said to him, ‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ This is the first commandment. And the second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’"

− Matthew 22:37-39