Missions Matters
Royal Lane has a long history of answering God’s call to love through service. “Missions Matters” will appear in the Mosaic on a regular basis. It will highlight our continuing commitment to missions and other matters where we reach out to the community. This will be a place where we will tell our stories and perhaps help you find what “matters” most to you.

Request for Volunteer Stories
This spring the Missions Committee began spotlighting the stories of volunteering by Royal Laners in the Mosaic and on the Royal Lane website. The stories have been interesting and inspiring and have hopefully helped some of you discover your mission. We want everyone to know the wonderful ways in which this congregation becomes the “hands and feet” of Christ on a daily basis.

We are now in need of new stories and we hope you will tell yours. How do you share Christ’s love in the community? If you are reading this online, click the link below to obtain the volunteer story request form. Forms are also available in the church office. We hope you will share your story, and in sharing it, perhaps inspire someone else to join you.

If you have missed the stories already written, see the Missions bulletin board outside Family Hall or continue to “volunteer stories” listed top left, on this page.

Return forms to the church office or contact Karen Miller.

Volunteer Story Request Form


Reflections, January 22, 2017

Posted: January 27th, 2017, 9:42 am

Reflections on “Unity” – Youth Sunday
Scottie Gonzalez, Jayda Parrish & Brandon Green
January 22, 2017
1 Corinthians 1:10-18

Click on link: Reflections on “Unity” to read online, download or print reflections or select “read more” to read online.

Scottie Gonzalez

It was my first summer workout with the ESD high school football team

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The Gathering

Posted: October 2nd, 2011, 3:01 pm

Royal Lane is a Covenant Congregation of North Dallas Shared Ministries.

Since the first Sunday of each month is time for Communion at Royal Lane, what better time to think of others in need. As we prepare to partake of The Lord’s Supper, let us also think of sharing food with our neighbors.

On the first Sunday of each month, bring what you can from published lists and place in the marked baskets either in the Narthex or in Family Hall. While the focus is on the first Sunday, you can drop off food any time during the month in the donations room in Family Hall.

We know you can’t bring the whole list. Just choose what you can bring–it’s all needed.