Whether Gathered or Scattered, the goals of each Sunday is to worship God, to “equip the saints for the work of ministry,” and to celebrate, rejoice, and repent together. Through preaching the gospel and its implications to our everyday lives (gathered worship) and carving out intentional time to live out some of those implications together (scattered worship), our whole church family worships as we hear and obey God’s Word.

Gathered Sundays

Most Sundays, The City Church gathers in the heart of Fort Worth’s cultural district. On Gathered Sundays we worship God through preaching, singing Christ-centered songs, celebrating communion and baptism, readings, prayers, and sharing stories of his work in our lives and our City Groups.

We gather most Sundays, 10am at Texas Girls Choir
4449 Camp Bowie Blvd, 76107
(**we don’t usually gather on Sundays at our Lancaster City Center**)

You’re welcome to arrive early; coffee and information are available an alcove off our main gathering space. The third Sunday of each month we have City 101 immediatly following our Gathering. City 101 is an opportunity for people new to The City Church to learn more and ask questions. Seasonal equipping, trainings, and other opportunities to get involved occur on various gathered Sundays throughout the year. See our calendar for more.

What do Gathered Sundays look like?

Scattered Sundays

Once a quarter, The City Church scatters to worship God in biblical ways. The content of these Sundays varies, but they typically involve an outward focus, as we worship God through mission and serving our city. The goal of Scattered Sundays is to live out biblically-commanded forms of worship together, that don’t fit into a Sunday gathering.

What do Scattered Sundays look like?


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