In response to Christ’s call to love our neighbors, we approach everyday encounters in eternally significant ways.
How many of your neighbors do you know by name? What are you doing to reach out to and care for those who are closest in proximity to you? We love our city better when we make deeper connections on our own blocks.
Unashamed is a weekend-long urban discipleship trip, with the mission of helping Watermark members be more effective at living out their faith all year long and wherever they are.
Come find out what these weekends look like and how to participate.
Worship in the Park
At Worship in the Park, we gather to worship God in the middle of our city. We meet at Klyde Warren Park the 2nd Saturday of every month at 7 PM. It is a great opportunity to invite friends and enjoy all the park has to offer.
Our goal is to provide a friendly environment for worship as we pray for the peace and prosperity of Dallas.
Use these resources to think through significant ways to love and serve your neighbors.
Should I Give Money to the Guy on the Corner?
You pull up to the red light, and you see the man or woman standing on the corner with the cardboard sign. You feel conflicted. You’re not sure whether to make eye contact.
How to Serve Your Neighbor
Here are practical ways you can initiate conversations and develop deep relationships with your neighbor.
10 Ways to be a Better Ambassador for Christ
We live and work and build relationships here on earth – all the time remembering that we’re here to represent Someone and somewhere else.
Could Your Mission Adventure Start with Walking Your Dog?
Christ calls us to love and serve the people that God has placed us near – our neighbors, our co-workers, and others – right here in our city where we live, work, and play.