Fort Worth
Campus

Service Times

Sunday: 9 a.m., 11:15 a.m. and 5 p.m.

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About Us

Thanks for stopping by. We’re glad you’re here and hope to see you at one of our weekend worship services. Our services aren’t just something we attend or do. We aren’t just a building or an event. We are a people, the body of Christ, sinners saved by grace. That’s right. Our church is full of imperfect people, and that should make you feel all the more welcome. We all fall short of God’s glory and need a Savior—Jesus Christ.

Though our campus has its own distinct flavor, The Village is one church in five locations. That means we are committed to one mission: We exist to bring glory to God by making disciples through gospel-centered worship, gospel-centered community, gospel-centered service and gospel-centered multiplication. We invite you to come see what we are all about and to join us in this mission.

When do I need to get there?

It’s a good idea to arrive at least 30 minutes early because our weekend services tend to fill up quickly—sometimes completely—and we have to turn people away. If that happens, we will provide you with a CD that has a sermon and some of our favorite songs so you can get a glimpse of what services are like.

Where do I park?

We try to structure parking in a way that allows the maximum amount of people to attend our services. Please follow the team’s instructions when parking. Also, we want to love our neighbors and serve them well, so we ask you not to park in the neighborhoods or retail areas surrounding the church.

What should I wear?

You’re invited to come as you are, whether it’s a suit or shorts you feel most comfortable wearing. Our members and attendees tend to dress pretty casual.

Ministries

Preschool

In our Preschool ministry (ages birth-K), we strive to create the first building blocks of a strong, gospel-centered foundation for our children. We teach from the Scriptures and help parents proclaim to their kids who God is and what He has done in the person and work of Jesus Christ. During the weekends, in Little Village, we sing, dance and teach the Bible to the kids, focusing on our five foundational truths: God made everything, God is in charge of everything, God is good, Jesus came to save sinners, and God wants to talk with us.

Our volunteers are required to be trained and screened, and we maintain strict teacher-to-child ratios to ensure safe care. For health standards, children must be free from fever or symptoms of contagious disease for 24 hours. Let us know of any allergies or medical conditions your child may have.

Baby Dedication

When dedicating your baby, you celebrate a commitment to raise your child in the ways of the Lord. You also commit to joining a community of believers who help you and hold you accountable. To help equip you, we provide a baby dedication gift bag which includes:

You must request a gift bag at least four weeks before the day of your ceremony. If members of your Home Group plan to dedicate your children together, please make the request at least five weeks in advance.

Elementary

In our Elementary ministry (1st-5th grade), we work to continue building up a strong, gospel-centered foundation for our children. We do this by teaching our kids about the nature and character of God—that He is wise, generous, loving and good. Our hope is to partner with parents in the discipleship of their children by creating environments, curriculum and resources that center on the gospel of Jesus Christ. On the weekends, in Kids Village, we worship through song, tell stories from the Bible and gather in small groups by age to talk about Scripture together.

Our volunteers are required to be trained and screened, and we maintain strict teacher-to-child ratios to ensure safe care. For health standards, children must be free from fever or symptoms of contagious disease for 24 hours. Let us know of any allergies or medical conditions your child may have.

Child Baptism

We treat the baptism of children with special care and have created a class to help parents of 1st – 5th graders walk through the process with their children. The class lasts three weeks, and you must attend all three classes. If your child expresses interest in baptism, please follow these steps:

Middle School

In our Middle School ministry (6th-8th grade), we seek to increase that strong, gospel-centered foundation in our students through learning and studying the Word of God and living out biblical community in small groups. Middle school is where our students get their first experience of what group life is like within the church. Our hope is to partner with parents in helping students go deeper with each other, their leaders and, most importantly, God. This ministry looks a little differently at each campus, but what we seek to accomplish is the same.

Baptism

We treat the baptism of children with special care and want to help parents walk through the process with their children. If your middle schooler expresses interest in baptism, set up an interview with our staff so we can help you determine next steps.

Schedule an Interview

High School

In our High School ministry (9th-12th grade), we seek to keep building gospel maturity in our students and help them grow in deeper relationships with each other, their leaders and, most importantly, the Lord. On a weekly basis, our students meet in small groups that are broken up by age and gender and, sometimes, location to learn and study God’s Word and to foster biblical community at a young age. Our High School ministry is part of Groups ministry. It looks a little different at each campus, but what we seek to accomplish is the same.

Groups

Gospel-centered community is the context for discipleship, the people you experience Christ with. We live out this discipleship trait through groups. Led by trained adult leaders, our groups meet weekly to foster community, accountability and friendships.

Find a Group

Home Groups

We pursue and live out gospel-centered community through Home Groups. Made up of men and women from all generations of life, these groups meet throughout the week for fellowship, care, prayer, accountability, sharing stories and studying God’s Word. They’re a place where we work to consider each other over ourselves. No group is perfect, and no two groups are exactly the same. We don’t expect them to be. Because people are messy, groups are messy.

GroupConnect

Through out the year, we host an event at each campus called GroupConnect. This event look a little different from campus to campus, but across the board, the hope is the same: to connect you into a Home Group where you can find a place to live out gospel-centered community. GroupConnect gives you the opportunity to meet different Home Group leaders and to sign up for a Home Group in your area.

Recovery Groups

We pursue and live out gospel-centered community through Recovery Groups. These groups give men and women a safe place to pursue redemption in Christ from sin and suffering. We meet for two hours every week at each campus. The first hour includes worship through song and a biblically based lesson or testimony. The second hour includes small groups that address specific issues and struggles.

The issues addressed in these groups fall into three broad categories: suffering primarily as a result of a person's sin (ex. addictions), suffering primarily as a result of a person being sinned against (ex. abuse) and suffering primarily as a result of a person living in a fallen world (ex. infertility).

Address

The Village Church
Fort Worth Campus
2100 Morrison Dr.
Fort Worth, Texas 76112

Phone: (972) 537-1350
Fax: (972) 537-1351

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday:
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CST)

Friday and Saturday:
Closed

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