Please join us for Corporate Worship at 10:00 a.m.

Why We Worship

We are never more the church than when we are worshipping together on the Lord’s Day. In corporate worship, God is both the primary object of worship and the primary actor in worship – meaning God is at work forming us more and more into the people he desires us to be. In worship we are reoriented to who our God is and what our God has done for us in Christ and by his Spirit – how he has called us, forgiven us, teaches us, feeds us, and sends us out into the world to bear his name as we lift high the cross of Christ. It’s through our worship together that God is actually advancing His Kingdom – against the forces of darkness out there, but also against the forces of darkness still in here. So, corporate worship is the engine of our mission, as a church and as individuals, for from it flows our growth in the gospel and our going out with the gospel.

What To Expect

Every week we celebrate the good news ofJesus Christ through responsive Scripture readings, confession, prayer, singing together, the reading and preaching of the Word, and the Lord’s Supper.

What can visitors expect? We want you to feel welcome to worship with us and learn about FWPC. Typical dress is casual to business casual – come as you are! You will see men in jeans, casual or dress pants, and even suits. You’ll find women wearing pants, skirts, and dresses. Greeters will welcome you into the fellowship hall and direct you to the sanctuary. We would love to have a record of your visit and follow up with you. If you wish, you may scan the QR code in the bulletin to provide your contact information, and stop by the vistors’ kiosk in the fellowship hall for a welcome gift. You can expect the worship service to conclude between 11:15 and 11:30 a.m. Our elders are available after the service to answer questions or pray with you.

Sermons: Preaching at FWPC is expositional, meaning that it seeks to proclaim and unfold the meaning and significance of the biblical text to engage the whole person. Sermons usually last 30-35 minutes and are meant to show forth how God, through a particular passage of Scripture, reveals both our need for God’s grace and his provision of that grace in his Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. In this way, the sermon seeks to be both Biblical and transformational. This is what we mean by the term Gospel-driven… if a sermon is not Gospel-driven, and hence Christ-focused, it is not biblical.

Kids of all ages are welcome during the entire service, but childcare is available for infants-3 years old. Check-in is located at the hallway to the children’s wing near the main entrance. Ages 4-2nd grade may be dismissed prior to the sermon for KIWI (Kids In Worship Instruction) and will return when the sermon concludes.

Our Worship Livestream is at 10:00 a.m. on Facebook. You can use the link below to watch the service live or at another time.


Worship Bulletins
Sermon Archive


The heart of the Christian life is progressive formation in Christ’s image, and we grow in the likeness of Christ not only through information, but also through fellowship with one another.

Join us at 9:00 a.m.


What’s the look on “God’s face” when he thinks of you? How do grace and the law relate? Are you experiencing joy in your life as a Christian? These are just some of the issues the book of Galatians addresses, led by John Weiser in the Lecture Hall, August 20-October 15.

FWPC 201: Living Out the Christian Life
This class will explore what it means to grow in the Christian life through the ministries of FWPC, Scripture reading, prayer, as well as theological yet practical truths such as the Trinity and uniting with Christ. Discussions will be led by Pastor Brandon, elders, and ministry leaders in Room 201, August 20-October 15.


High School Youth meet in Room 204 on How to Study Your Bible led by Travis Robnett, and Middle School Youth meet in Room 203 studying the Westminster Shorter Catechism.


5th-6th Grade (GAP) Room 209
Jeff & Amy Thom use the New City Catechism to, as Tim Keller says, “take truth deep into our hearts so we find ourselves thinking in biblical categories as soon as we can reason.” Students are encouraged to bring their Bibles to grow in studying them together and for themselves.

3rd-4th Grade – Room 208
Candace Hilton takes children through the Redemptive History of the Bible to build deeper truths while learning more about having a relationship with God and growing in a delighted love for Him. This year will focus on Loving God as He Saves the World and Forms the Church (the Gospels through Acts).

1st-2nd Grade – Room 210
Laura and Kristina Keffer dig deeper with our kids as they begin to have important questions and develop thoughts about knowing God and listening to Jesus. They’ll study stories about Jesus in the fall and Ruth-1 Kings in the spring, learning to trust the God who keeps His promises.

Pre-K and Kindergarten – Room 211
Beth Stackpole and Judy Judd use the Show Me Jesus Curriculum to help growing kids learn our God is great and we have an amazing Savior in his Son. Children will come to trust more deeply in their faith and Jesus as the only foundation of their lives.

Preschool (3’s & 4’s) – Room 111
Carol Fitzgerald will be using the Children’s Catechism alongside The Biggest Story Bible Storybook to tend the roots of fellowship while planting little ones deep in the soil of Creation, The Fall, and Redemption.

Toddlers – Room 112
Kay Keffer will use the Children’s Catechism alongside The Beginner’s Gospel Story Bible to introduce toddlers to the truths given in the stories of Scripture.

Infants – Room 110
Infant nursery provides a space to be lovingly nurtured while hearing the sounds of gathered family fellowship. Caregivers discuss questions about the gospel and get to know each other while caring for the littlest among us.

Worship with Us!

IN PERSON – 10:00 am

FACEBOOK LIVE – 10:00 am

6251 Oakmont Trail

Fort Worth, TX