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A COVID-19 update from Dick Powell, Mo-Ranch CEO & president

Mo-Ranch Family, As you are well aware, the Coronavirus (known as COVID-19) crisis has been developing rapidly. Responses have been developing just as quickly. Mo-Ranch intended to continue to be a safe haven and “thin space” for our guests during these trying times,...

In this moment — We stand together!

Mo-Ranch Family, We know this is a time of uncertainty and worry. In the last few weeks, the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has swept into our daily lives, and it brings with it confusion, anxiety and distress. But we want all of you to know we will get through this –...

Mo-Ranch becomes Certified Wildlife Habitat

Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly has been named a certified wildlife habitat. This designation is through the National Wildlife Federation, which rolled out its Garden for Wildlife program in an effort to encourage the planting of gardens that support local wildlife...

Supporter Spotlight | Sid and Julie Wells

Mo-Ranch will always hold a special place in the hearts of Sid and Julie Wells — it’s where the couple met. “I have years of Thanksgiving celebrations with children, grandchildren and friends,” Julie Wells said. Her first visit to Mo-Ranch was during Thanksgiving in...

Mo’s leader announces retirement

Dear Valued Friends of Mo, I am writing you today to share an important development in the life of our beloved Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly. At the August meeting of the Board of Trustees, the president, Dick Powell, informed the board of his intention...

Mo-Ranch welcomes Schreiner University interns

Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly is excited to welcome two interns from Schreiner University to our family. Daniel Banda, a senior, is working in the Human Resources department, under Todd Hardee. He returns to Mo after working on the ranch over the summer. A finance...

Mo-Ranch names 2021 Polar Bear Plunge Beneficiary

For the last 27 years, dozens of people drive out to Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly to slide down the a 35-foot-high, 116-foot-long water slide into the frigid Guadalupe River to raise funds for a local non-profit. For its 28th year, Mo-Ranch chose Texas Lions Camp to...

Mo president and CEO honored by Austin Seminary

Dick Powell, president and CEO of Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly, was awarded the distinguished graduate award from his alma mater, Austin Seminary. On Feb. 5, Powell was presented with the distinction in front of family, friends, fellow alumni and Mo-Ranch staff...

Supporter Spotlight | Jim and Jo Ann Currie

Jim and Jo Ann Currie summarize the feeling of visiting Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly for the first time into one word — freedom. “I loved the freedom of walking anywhere I needed to go for five days without depending on a car,” Jo Ann Currie said. Jo Ann Currie got...
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