Center for Missional Outreach Church Planting

Amigos Days

Amigos Days

Amigos Days is a hands-on ministry of The United Methodist Church and People Helping People (a City of Dallas Housing Revitalization Program). We partner with inner-city Methodist Host Churches to repair and restore homes to make a positive difference in their neighborhoods.

Amigos Days is a Dallas project that sends local church teams to areas affected by urban blight, one of Dallas' major problems. Dallas is a city with crisis-level poverty, a declining median income and a housing stock that is in decay. The city's goal is to reduce blight by 25%, and Amigos Days is helping to make that goal possible.


Kickoff meeting:

February 4, 2016
Walnut Hill UMC
10066 Marsh Lane
Dallas, TX 75229

2016 Work Dates:

April 22-23, 2016
April 29-30, 2016


Amigos Days is funded entirely by donations from Partner churches and individuals. Supplies for the houses we repair are provided by the City of Dallas' People Helping People. Supplies for the repair of Host Churches are paid for through donations to Amigos Days. Your donation is greatly appreciated. Please make your checks payable to:

North Texas Conference/Amigos Days
PO Box 866128,
Plano, TX 75086-6128


Amigos Day Brochure

Please contact our office for copies of this brochure.


To learn more about how you can help or how to
become a part of Amigos Days, please contact:
Rev. Edgar Bazan
Amigos Coordinator of NTCUMC

To learn more about Dallas' Housing Revitalization Program
People Helping People, please contact:
Sheila Wilson

Amigos Days News

  • October 2016: Our Church, Our City - Message from Rev. Edgar Bazan
  • April 2016 is Amigos Days Month!
  • February 15, 2016: Amigos Days Receives Award From City of Dallas
  • Amigos Days Kickoff Meeting: February 4, 2016
  • October 2015: New Leadership for Amigos Days Project
  • Hospitality Heroes Needed for Amigos Days 2015!
  • Amigos Workday
  • Amigos Days Kick Off Meeting: February 5, 2014
  • Amigos Days 2013 Volunteers Put Skills to Work
  • Amigos Days 2013: Still Going Strong After 16 Years!