We sincerely invite you to join us for weekly Prayer, Sunday School, and Worship.
Prayer – 8:45 am
Sunday School – classes for all ages begin at 9:15 am
Worship – 10:30 am
Our meeting area is an auditorium inside the Gateway Center of the University of North Texas (UNT) campus.
A nursery is available for children up to age three (3). We encourage bringing children into the service – especially as we go through communion.
What to Expect
We come together each week to praise the Lord Jesus and to focus on Him and His sacrifice and grace. Attire is generally informal.
Our music ranges from contemporary to classic hymns. We are blessed to have both professional and amateur musicians and song leaders.
When you come into the Gateway Center, you will typically see people gathered around the tea/coffee tables. We try to keep an eye out for visitors, but if we miss speaking with you, please know that we want to welcome you and make you as comfortable as possible.
Prior to the service, adults meet together for a time of prayer. This gathering is usually held in the nursery area or a nearby classroom. Just turn down the hall to your right as you come in the front doors and you will see the room we use for prayer.
After the prayer time, we gather in the auditorium area (you will see the seating as you come through the front door of the Gateway Center). The order of service (bulletin) is on a table right by the door. There is a time for corporate reflection, the sharing of Scripture, prayer, giving, singing, a sermon, and communion.
Before communion, the Pastor will explain who should partake of the elements and who should refrain. It is our practice to come forward, row by row, to receive the elements (bread and wine). Grape juice is provided, along with gluten/nut-free bread/crackers for those who need those options. We encourage parents to bring their children forward to the communion “table” for a blessing if they are not yet ready to actually partake of the elements.
“They were continually devoting themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” Acts 2:42