: 3821 University Blvd. Dallas, Texas 75205
One Presbyterian faith – Five styles of worship. At HPPC, our mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ who make a difference in the world for the glory of God.
We are a missions-driven, multi-generational and multi-cultural congregation that believes in the inspired, infallible Word of God. We seek to glorify the Lord through excellence in worship, discipleship, building community and blessing others locally and globally.
HPPC is an ECO Presbyterian Church.
Families at HPPC
Families are at the core of the Body of Christ. God ordained parents to be the primary spiritual guides for their families, and while they are their first teachers, we are eager to engage, supplement and support families as they help their children grow toward mature, Christian adulthood. We offer vibrant programs beginning at 2 months of age.
Sundays at a Glance
The Bible and our Presbyterian, Reformed heritage make clear that God created us to glorify Him and we are called to worship together.
9:30 & 11 am Service | Sanctuary
Sanctuary services are biblically based, Christ-centered and Spirit-led. Celebratory, majestic and joyful moments are balanced with times of silence, peace and instruction from the pulpit. Deep substantial symbolism of the service elements creates an atmosphere of holiness.
11:05 am Contemporary Service | Hunt Bldg. Gym
This dynamic service is a casual atmosphere with powerful sermons that help people see all of life through the lens of Scripture.
8:15 am Communion Service | Wynne Chapel
Hymns, prayers, a brief sermon and weekly communion in an intimate setting combine to make this an enriching and special experience.
11 am All Nations Service | Bell Center
All Nations is an African inspired worship service. African nationals from many different countries come together for bold preaching and hymns in English and their native tongue.
11 am Chinese-Mandarin Fellowship | Hunt Bldg. H018
The first Sunday gathering is combined with other services. Other Sunday services held in the Hunt Building and are in Mandarin.