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1000 Church Street, Colleyville, TX 76034
Sunday School 1

Worship

Worship Styles and Times

Sunday School 2

Traditional

Start time: 8:30 a.m. & 11 a.m.
Service Location: Sanctuary
Typical Attire: Business Casual

Pastor Mike preaches at the traditional service. The music includes time-honored hymns and beautiful anthems from our Chancel Choir.

Sunday School 3

Contemporary

Start time: 11:11 a.m.
Service Location: Event Center
Typical Attire: Casual

Wondering why our contemporary service starts at 11:11 a.m.? Our start time is symbolic of our service’s motto “Every One Counts.” Pastor Katie preaches and the praise band leads with inspiring and uplifting music.

Parents With Young Children

Children are always welcome in any of our worship services. There’s no need to treat church like a library. We believe God put the giggles and wiggles into your child. Worshiping together as a family is one of the best ways to teach children about faith. A cry room is available during the traditional services at the back of the sanctuary. For contemporary worship, tables are set up at the back of the Event Center to allow families to sit together while giving children a space to color.

Nursery care is available for children three and younger. Children’s church is offered during all three services for children 4 years-old to 1st grade in the K.I.D.S. connect room across from the sanctuary.

Questions?

Sunday School 4Pastor Katie Newkirk will be happy to answer any questions about our worship services.

 

 

Recent Sermons

October 6, 2019

Set in Stone: Week 5

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September 29, 2019

Set in Stone: Week 4

This week we continued in our sermon series Set in Stone on the Ten Commandments. Often these…

September 22, 2019

Set in Stone: Week 3

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Sunday School 5

Current Sermon Series

Set in Stone

We often can see the Ten Commandments as a divine finger wagging of “Don’t do this” or “Don’t do that.” However, the Ten Commandments were not meant to be these rigid rules brought down by God, they were given in a context of grace. They are guidelines to show us how to respond to God’s grace and point us towards the way life is meant to be.