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Saturday Evening

5 p.m.7:15 p.m.

Sunday Morning

9 a.m.11:15 a.m.

Please make sure and show up 15-30 minutes early. Why?

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Flower Mound

Saturday Evening

5 p.m.7:15 p.m.

Sunday Morning

9 a.m.11:15 a.m.

Please make sure and show up 15-30 minutes early. Why?

Denton

Sunday Morning

9 a.m.11:15 a.m.

Sunday Evening

5 p.m.7:15 p.m.

Please make sure and show up 15-30 minutes early. Why?

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Sunday Morning

9 a.m.11:15 a.m.

Sunday Evening

5 p.m.7:15 p.m.

Please make sure and show up 15-30 minutes early. Why?

Fort Worth

Sunday Morning

9 a.m.11:15 a.m.

Sunday Evening

5 p.m.

Please make sure and show up 15-30 minutes early. Why?

Weekend Music

Glorious Day

Words: J. Wilbur Chapman and Music: Michael Bleecker

Mercy Tree

Michael Neale and Krissy Nordhoff

In Christ Alone

Keith Getty and Stuart Townend

Man of Sorrows

Matt Crocker and Brooke Ligertwood

Come To Me

Jeff Capps, Hunter Pecunia and Michael Bleecker

Kids' Village | God is Good

Isaac Wimberley and Jeff Capps

Kids' Village | Great Is Your Love

With Everything

Joel Houston

10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)

Jonas Myrin and Matt Redman

Doxology

Thomas Ken

Grace So Glorious

Chris Brown, Steven Furtick, and Israel Houghton

Christ is Risen

Matt Maher and Mia Fieldes

One Thing Remains

Brian Johnson, Christa Black and Jeremy Riddle

How Great Thou Art

Stuart Wesley Keene Hine

Crown Him (Majesty)

Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, Job Elvey, Godfrey Thring, Matt Maher, Matthew Bridges

I Exalt Thee

Pete Sanchez Jr.

Albums

The Village: Beneath the Canopy

The Village: Beneath the Canopy

Beneath the Canopy celebrates the gospel uniquely through music and the arts. Covenant Members of The Village contributed to the album in many ways—singing, songwriting, playing instruments, making artwork and more. It is a beautiful and creative picture of Christ’s Church, working together for a greater purpose.

The Village: Raging Strong

The Village: Raging Strong

Raging Strong combines worship songs, hip-hop and spoken word poetry in an album that cries out for the Lord’s nearness in the midst of a battle that is warring in every one of our hearts.

The Village: Look and See

The Village: Look and See

Our EP marks the first live album of original songs in The Village's history. We recorded the album at our Flower Mound campus, after one of our monthly Elder-led Prayer services.

The Village: Kids - Blessed is the Man

The Village: Kids - Blessed is the Man

Blessed is the Man is an album made up of songs from our Children’s Ministry. Most songs are verses of the Bible put to music as a way to help kids memorize and grow in their love of God’s truth – helping them hide the Word of God in their hearts (Ps. 119:11).

The Village: God of Victory

The Village: God of Victory

This album is a culmination of new and old songs reaching back to 2004. The songs exist to glorify God and teach the gospel. We pray and hope the Lord uses these words and melodies to soften hearts, open minds, heal lives and sanctify all for the glory of His name.

The Village: Kids - Jesus Came to Save Sinners

The Village: Kids - Jesus Came to Save Sinners

These five original songs teach children about the character of God and His plan to save sinners through Jesus Christ. They correspond with the five foundational truths - Jesus Came to Save Sinners, God Is Good, God Is in Charge of Everything, God Wants to Talk with Us, God Made Everything - taught in Little Village. The purpose of the album is to help you bring your children up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord (Eph. 6:4).

Singles

The Village: The Dearest Place

The Village: The Dearest Place

Our new single is an adaptation of Samuel J. Stone’s 1886 hymn, “The Church’s One Foundation.” We wrote a new melody and chorus to go along with our sermon series, The Dearest Place on Earth. This song teaches who the Church is, what purpose she serves and what her future holds.

The Village: Come to Me

The Village: Come to Me

“Come to Me” is an adaption of Lizzie Akers’ 1902 hymn “Come, Oh Come to Me.” We wrote the chorus in response to the compassion and love of the Father in how He takes the burdens of His children and offers unmerited grace and freedom in Christ.

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