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Directors Notes

Conceiving the script in early September, under constant bombardment of TV news about the U.S. presidential election and Syrian refugee crisis, the cast proposed some heavy themes, such as immigration, segregation, the role of the police, the media, and the idea of sacrifice. At the same time, many of the cast wanted to try out having super powers. Who doesn’t? Each cast member ultimately made their own choice whether to be a villain, a super hero, or an everyday person. They chose their super power and/or occupation. The plot grew organically from the characters and their jobs or powers. Much of the dialogue was written or developed by the cast during improvisations.

As a member of the audience, you have a super power, too: the power of imagination. Our heroes can’t do it alone. We need you to join us in the fight for truth, justice, and the American Way. Turn your clock back to 1949, just after the Second World War. The townspeople of Metro-City are feeling safe and prosperous under the watchful eyes of a team of Super Heroes who have taken up residence. What do they have to fear?

Scene Order

Scene 1: What makes a hero a hero?
Scene 2: Radio show
Scene 3: Super hero thank you party
Scene 4: Reevaluating the evil plan
Scene 5: Radio show
Scene 6: Dividing the town

Scene 1: Sneaking across the bridge
Scene 2: No-can-doo-ium
Scene 3: Radio show
Scene 4: Finale

We're looking Beyond Our Limits!

HPUMC has one of the most vibrant special needs ministries in the metroplex, yet we have a nominal amount of square footage dedicated specifically to our special needs programs. Rather than limiting the phenomenal growth we’re experiencing, we plan to build a Family Activity Center allowing us to serve families and youth for generations to come.

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Special Needs Ministry at HPUMC

“With one mind and one voice we glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.”
Romans 15:6

For more information about our ministry and serving opportunities contact Cheryl Vandiver at 214.523.2209 or .

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The Feast

A welcoming weekly worship service for those with special needs, their families and friends, and all who have a heart for special needs. Sundays at 5:00 pm.

Kingdom Singers

Our new special needs choir for all ages where we sing, play instruments and dance to beautiful music. Rehearsals are Sundays at 4:00 pm with performances at The Feast.

The Walk

A class that offers participants a chance to grow in their faith, while enjoying fellowship. Multiple classroom settings accommodate individuals of all ages, interests, and abilities. Sundays at 9:30 am.


A theatrical performance opportunity for teens (16+) and adults with special needs with rehearsals from September to February, concluding in a two-night performance. We hope you enjoyed the show!

Night OWLS (Out With Loving Sitters)

A respite program for families who have children with special needs and their siblings (to age 13). Held the rst and third Friday of the month.


A spiritual and leisure enrichment group for teens (13+) and adults with special needs. Held the second Tuesday of the month.

  Coming Up!

Worship Opportunities

Wednesday, January 24
Contemporary Rebroadcast

Sunday, January 28
Contemporary Worship (LIVE)

Tuesday, January 30
Traditional Rebroadcast

Wednesday, January 31
Contemporary Rebroadcast

Special Events

There are no upcoming calendar events.