People Are Gifts

“Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God.”- 1 John 4:7

Serving the World

“He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.”” – Mark 16:15

Rooted in Scripture

“Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” – Psalm 119:105

It’s Hard to Find A Church.

While finding a new church can be exciting and hopeful, it can also bring anxiety, confusion and even fear. If you come to visit Fort Worth Presbyterian (and we hope you will!) we want you to be as sure and comfortable as possible. So we’ve provided links below which help you know more about us up front.

PLAN YOUR VISIT

OUR FREE GIFT

GET CONNECTED

WORSHIP WITH US

It’s Hard to Find A Church.

While finding a new church can be exciting and hopeful, it can also bring anxiety, confusion and even fear. If you come to visit Fort Worth Presbyterian (and we hope you will!) we want you to be as sure and comfortable as possible. So we’ve provided links below which help you know more about us up front.

PLAN YOUR VISIT

OUR FREE GIFT

GET CONNECTED

WORSHIP WITH US

We Love Our People and Our Community

Everybody needs to be part of something. We all have a craving for something beyond ourselves. At FWPC the focus is inside and outside of our church. Come be part of a church that serves rather than being served.

KIDS

Our goal in children’s ministry is to tell and show the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord, His power and the wonders He has done.
(Ps. 78.1-7)

CHILDREN’S MINISTRY

STUDENTS

THE FORT youth ministry at Fort Worth Presbyterian Church (FWPC) is our church ministry for students in 7th through 12th grade.

YOUTH MINISTRY

ADULTS

Our adult classes are not age specific. They are set up on semester schedules with mini-mesters between, and cover a wide range of subjects from Bible books like Revelation or Hebrews to topics like the Trinity or prayer or marriage.

ADULT MINISTRIES

We Love Our People and Our Community

Everybody needs to be part of something. We all have a craving for something beyond ourselves. At FWPC the focus is inside and outside of our church. Come be part of a church that serves rather than being served.

KIDS

Our goal in children’s ministry is to tell and show the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord, His power and the wonders He has done (Ps. 78.1-7).

CHILDREN’S MINISTRY

STUDENTS

THE FORT youth ministry at Fort Worth Presbyterian Church (FWPC) is our church ministry for students in 7th through 12th grade.

YOUTH MINISTRY

ADULTS

Our adult classes are not age specific. They are set up on semester schedules with mini-mesters between, and cover a wide range of subjects from Bible books like Revelation or Hebrews to topics like the Trinity or prayer or marriage.

OR

You Are Welcome Here

No matter how much you have been hurt or how much you have hurt others, we believe you are a person made in the image of God with supreme dignity.

The members of our church have been through very difficult times. Some have come through them, others are still in them and none of us knows the difficulties we will yet face. And every one of us must face death one day. Life is never perfect, and none of us are perfect. But for us, it’s about living life together in God’s grace shown to us in Christ. In Him we love and serve one another and we make known his grace to Fort Worth and to the world.

Please consider a visit – we may be the perfect imperfect church for you!


You Are Welcome Here

No matter how much you have been hurt or how much you have hurt others, we believe you are a person made in the image of God with supreme dignity.

The members of our church have been through very difficult times. Some have come through them, others are still in them and none of us knows the difficulties we will yet face. And every one of us must face death one day. Life is never perfect, and none of us are perfect. But for us, it’s about living life together in God’s grace shown to us in Christ. In Him we love and serve one another and we make known his grace to Fort Worth and to the world.

Please consider a visit – we may be the perfect imperfect church for you!

Next Steps

  1. Visit Our Church

Come visit our church in person. The best way to experience FWPC is to engage with a Sunday service. Stay after the service and talk to a member, we’d love to share who we are and what we value.

WORSHIP WITH US

2. Pray Without Ceasing

Prayer is effective at all times in all circumstances. You can find comfort and solace in prayer. Whether you offer a single word prayer or pray a Psalm, God hears every word.

Email us requesting prayer and/or request a prayer guide.

REQUEST PRAYER

3. Have Hope and Be Encouraged

We all have circumstances that are challenging. Situations seem to be overwhelming and we don’t know where to turn. Christ offers us hope and encouragement. Free for the taking and no strings attached.

We’d love to talk to you. Send us an email to request a phone/personal meeting.

HAVE HOPE

What Do Our Members Say?

“I like Fort Worth Presbyterian because it is a place for imperfect people. Fort Worth Presbyterian is a place where the good news of the gospel is celebrated.”

– Jacob T.

Sue and I knew the first Sunday at FWP we had found our church home. The teaching was deep and Biblical in line with Reformed Theology, The music was worshipful and we sang all five verses of old hymns set to fresh acoustic music. We have discovered the depth of friendships we were longing for. The pastor was a real shepherd who loved the church and was not just a teaching pastor, it was the perfect fit for us!

– Chris J.

“Fort Worth PCA consistently preaches the word of God. Our pastors show Gods redemptive plan for man book by book, chapter by chapter each and every week.  Christ is taught from Genesis to Revelations.  We as members are very blessed to have pastors and teaching staff dedicated to the body of Christ.”

– Christal W.

“One of the reasons I love FWPCA is that we are a body that loves the LORD, loves each other and our neighborhood. Our church is alive and far from a museum. We don’t accept and love other because of who they are but we do so because whose they are.”

– Randy S.

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