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Arborlawn United Methodist Church boasts a renovated 46,000-square-foot facility. The church has spent more than three years working out every detail that has gone into the final design. The design mixes the traditional with today’s technology. Flat screen televisions sit above ancient church symbols and stained glass from chapels used by the two combined congregations that now make up Arborlawn.
Several hundred people gathered outside Arborlawn United Methodist Church last night to see the lighting of the newly renovated chapel. Anticipating the opening of the new facility, the church had launched a campaign called "Look for the Light."
The tower in the center of Arborlawn United Methodist Church’s new worship center lights up the sky like a beacon. The light is the signal that the church has obtained its occupancy certificate for the new 46,000-square-foot facility at 5001 Briarhaven Road.
Williamson has always had a hand in organizing the people in her community. Growing up in Fort Worth, Williamson said she realized at a young age that she had a talent for getting people together.
A group of volunteer workers from the Arborlawn United Methodist Church and First United Methodist of Hurst continued the framing of a local Habitat for Humanity house on Friday September 17, 2010.