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Holy Week Schedule

Holy Week Schedule Maundy Thursday April 2nd, 7 p.m. Church Street Good Friday April 3rd, 7 p.m. The Mission Easter Sunday April 5th at Church Street 7:30a – Flowering of the Cross at Sunrise Worship Services 8:30a | 9:45a | 11:00a April 5th at The Mission Worship Services | 10:13a

“The Mission LIVE @ Cockrell” Returns September 7th

Prosper UMC announced today that The Mission will begin weekly worship services on Sunday, Sept. 7, at 10:13 a.m. at Cockrell Elementary School, 1075 Escalante Trail in Prosper, under the direction of Rev. Melissa Hatch. The Mission is a campus of Prosper United Methodist Church that offers contemporary worship, featuring live music for all ages. […]

New Associate Pastor and Campus Pastor for The Mission Brings Energy, Passion and Experience to Prosper UMC

It is with joy that we announce that Bishop Mike McKee has appointed Rev. Melissa Hatch as the new Associate Pastor/Campus Pastor for The Mission. Melissa brings valuable experience, energetic passion and wonderful skills to our growing team. She and her family are thrilled to make this transition. They are excited to join the amazing […]

Using the "More" Tag to Break After Specific Point

Normally, an excerpt is shown on the short view of a post (when viewing multiple posts). The excerpt is either manually entered by you or automatically generated from the first few sentences of a post. Instead of showing the excerpt, you can show the first part of your actual post content (including formatting, images, etc.) and control where it breaks.

For example, you are reading the main post content right now (not an excerpt) and the “more” tag has been placed directly after this paragraph. As a result, on the short view, no more content is shown after this paragraph. Instead, a button for reading the rest of the content is shown. The user then clicks that to view the full post.