“My hope for The Village is that with our identity in Christ fully embraced, we might unashamedly spend our days proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ and inviting others into His reconciling grace.”
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If you have family with special needs, we would love to serve you. Please contact Ian O'Donnell to discuss specific ways we can serve you, and visit our Special Needs Ministry page for more information. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, we provide sign language interpretation and live captioning at our 11 a.m. service on Sundays.
Dallas Northway 5-Year Anniversary
We put together a special video to tell the story of our Dallas Northway campus and to celebrate five years of faithful ministry.
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.