InsPIEring Ministry at Chance’s Pie and Coffee Shop

On Monday, August 8, a group of Presbyterian Village North (PVN) residents and teammates made a special visit to Chance’s Pie and Coffee Shop, managed and run by participants of Highland Park United Methodist Church’s (HPUMC) Belong Disability Ministry. The Belong Disability Ministry, serving anyone in the DFW area who is or has a family member affected by a disability, offers a variety of programming to ministry participants and their family members free of cost.

Guests were treated to hot coffee or tea and delicious baked goods from attentive and enthusiastic members of the pie shop team. After everyone was served, the Chance’s crew, led by Manager Yvette Cárdenas, hosted a fun and entertaining game of Jeopardy for the PVN visitors. Residents and teammates were equally charmed by the wonderfully kind staff and the delectable homemade treats at Chance’s.

“It was such a privilege to experience the love, laughter, delicious pies, coffee and tea served by the young men and women who run Chances. Their smiles lit up the room! I left with a full belly and a very happy heart,” said Shannon Radford, PVN Director of Wellness and field trip participant. 

For those seeking a slice of sweetness, head to Chance’s, located on the first floor of the Tolleson Family Activity Center, to enjoy one of their delicious oven-baked personal or family pies. Chance’s is open Monday – Thursday and on Sunday from 7:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

By purchasing a slice of pie or a cup of coffee, you will help make a difference in the lives of the community members and volunteers from HPUMC’s Belong Disability Ministry. Like and follow them on Facebook for stories and photos that will make your heart smile.