Our goal is to do whatever it takes to give everyone living and/or working in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex the opportunity to know Jesus Christ personally. We do this by hanging out with folks and hovering around the Scripture John 3:16.
Nourishment for the Spiritual Journey
The Bible can make such a difference for people who read it and apply it to their lives. Mission Arlington volunteers lead Bible studies in a variety of settings across the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, and designed to be practical and useful for every day living. If you would like to attend one of our Bible studies, just give us a call at 817-277-6620, to find a study group near you.
There could be many reasons people feel disconnected from the church, and Mission Arlington loves to help people reconnect by taking church to them, wherever they are. Our congregations tend to be small, led by lay people, and held in a variety of settings, from apartment club houses to neighborhood homes. Dress is casual, and the musical styles vary from place to place. Call us at 817-277-6620 to find the location nearest you.
Mission Arlington writes its own age-appropriate and context-sensitive Bible study curriculum. Written for children, teenagers and adults, it is used in our Bible studies, Rainbow Express and more. The material is designed for people who didn’t grow up around the church, but are interested in learning. Download this curriculum free of charge for use in your own communities in English, Spanish and Vietnamese.
Mission Arlington offers a “hands on” learning experience which supports and supplements the academic environments of educational institutions. Independent school districts in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, along with higher institutions of learning, assign students to work in an intern relationship at Mission Arlington. Students gain experience in the areas of medicine, nursing, social work, service, and more. Seminary students can intern in the arenas of church planting, evangelism, social ministries, Christian Ethics, and missions.
If you are interested in having your Mission Team join us or need more information on the Summer Missionary program, send us an email or contact Jim Burgin at 817-704-6143 or Tillie Burgin at 817-704-6140.
If Mission Arlington offers people food and clothing, but doesn’t help connect them to Christ, then we have missed the very best gift we have to offer. We believe the power of prayer will make a difference in the lives of individuals and families. Many people today do not have someone to pray with them but the volunteers of Mission Arlington are here to fill that gap. If you have a special prayer need in your life, or if you would just like for someone to pray with you, please call us at 817-277-6620 or just come by to see us.
Mission Arlington’s Prayer Garden is located on the south end of our main property, at the intersection of Oak Street and UTA Blvd. Built with love, the Prayer Garden is open to all who want to find a quiet place to connect with God.
Each summer, Mission Arlington leads “Tent Revivals” in support of ministries and congregations active throughout the Metroplex. In 2007, the Mission held 9 revivals in three languages with 148 people making decisions for Jesus Christ. Read more about our 2008 Tent Revivals.
Ninety missionaries currently serving across North America and around the world received a portion of their training right here at Mission Arlington. Future missionaries are given practical, “hands on” training in the arenas of evangelism, prayer, church planting, community ministries, and Christian Ethics. Mission Arlington provides a 24/7 missions immersion experience which parallels the joys and hardships missionaries will experience when they arrive at their destination. Churches, seminaries and mission sending institutions partner with Mission Arlington in this endeavor. For more information, call us at 817-277-6620.