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Preserving Mo-Ranch’s storied history

Explore Mo-Ranch’s grounds, worship spaces and lodging areas, and you’ll find that they are filled with a multitude of stunning, one-of-a-kind details—but its treasure trove of decorative ironwork is arguably one of the ranch’s most impressive features. The ironwork...

Even Mo activity offerings this summer!

New this year! We’re offering the activities that everyone loves and enjoys—available to all! No advanced reservations are required, and there is not a minimum group size to take advantage of the summer fun that Mo is offering. Just check in at the front desk,...

Supporter Spotlight | Marty & Debbie Davis

  Marty Davis’ connection to Mo-Ranch began way back in 1963 with a story that’s similar to many other “Mo lifers.” He was first drawn to the ranch while attending a youth conference during his junior high years. Little did he know that his life was about to change in...

Monday Morning Minute 4/23

The Monday Morning Minute At Mo-Ranch Learn from the Cactus Spring is a time of new growth. Wildflowers line the highways, trees put forth new leaves and everything seems to be in bloom after being dormant through the winter. The old parts of the plant remain visible,...

Supporter Spotlight | Karla and Chris Gillan

Karla and Chris Gillan first stumbled upon Mo-Ranch while driving through the windy backroads of the Texas Hill Country in 2014. The couple had heard about Mo many times as members of Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church in Houston, but they had not yet experienced the...

Supporter Spotlight | Sarah and Byron French

Hidden deep in the Texas Hill Country, along the crystal-clear waters of the Guadalupe River, lies Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly—a place so sacred that it is often referred to as a “thin place.” For many, Mo-Ranch is a thin place that’s even considered home, and it’s...

Supporter Spotlight | Jane and Lee Larkin

The story of Jane and Lee Larkin’s connection to Mo began back in the 1970s when they thought they would simply be attending a church retreat that was located in the Hill Country—it ended up being so much more than that. That retreat would become the start of lifelong...

Supporter Spotlight | Les & Brenda Staples

The mission of Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly is vibrant and growing because of generous supporters like Les and Brenda Staples who are passionate about sharing the blessing of Mo-Ranch with future generations to come—particularly with youth and creating future “Mo...

Camp for Christmas

Spread the cheer with camp next year! Is there a child you know who would love the Mo-Ranch Summer Camp experience? Make those dreams come true by surprising them with the gift of a lifetime! Imagine waking up Christmas morning and opening a present that’s...

Supporter Spotlight | Rev. Nancy & Robert Willet

Rev. Nancy and Robert “Bob” Willet first encountered Mo-Ranch in the early ’80s while attending the Men’s and Women’s Conferences. “My first impression was one of serenity and beauty, and that it was the perfect place for Christians and families to gather...
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