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Mondays with the Master

This intercessory prayer ministry is open to all ages. Each Monday we pray for our congregation and community at 12:30 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. We’d love to see you there! […]

Oct. 27, 2020 | 12:30 pm - Apr. 30, 2021 | 1:30 pm
Sat 23

Mondays with the Master

This intercessory prayer ministry is open to all ages. Each Monday we pray for our congregation and community at 12:30 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. We’d love to see you there! […]

Nov. 2, 2020 | 12:30 pm - May. 6, 2021 | 1:30 pm
Sat 23

Mondays with the Master

This intercessory prayer ministry is open to all ages. Each Monday we pray for our congregation and community at 12:30 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. We’d love to see you there! […]

Nov. 9, 2020 | 12:30 pm - May. 13, 2021 | 1:30 pm


For Action

Figure out how God has uniquely gifted you to serve! Created for Action is an online class that will help you take the next step into serving. Start the class any day, any time — it’s all ready for you!

Local Outreach​

Serve at Christ Chapel

We're excited to have Children's Ministry classes meeting again in person, and we're looking for more class leaders to help us expand capacity. Say yes to helping kids discover how loved they are by God and join our Children's Ministry dream team!


Email to learn more and sign up.

Help us welcome people to the Internet Campus! As a host, you’ll welcome people in, share helpful links and be a friendly presence throughout the service. If you can type and have access to the Internet, you can serve!


Are you looking for a different way to serve? Come be a part of the production team during Sunday services. We are looking to fill a few spots in our rotation. No experience is needed — we will train you.


If you love to tell a good story, CCBC’s -ology blog publishes new ones every week at www. We’re looking for writers to tell more stories about our community, faith and God at work in our world. Knowledge of AP Style is a plus. Please send two writing samples if you are interested.


Small groups of people hang out online during the week to go deeper into Sunday’s message, pray and share what's new in their lives. If you’re looking for a way to make community and God’s Word priorities in your life this summer, why not lead a group?


12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Link Classroom North

This intercessory prayer ministry is open to all ages. Each Monday we pray for our congregation at 12:30 p.m. in Link Classroom North. We’d love to see you there! 


Love the smell of coffee in the morning? Our West Campus Brew Crew team is looking for help setting up and taking care of coffee stations on Sunday mornings. Come help us put a smile on everyone's face and serve coffee at the West Campus.


Email Tyler at to learn more about Brew Crew and get involved. 

The Parking Posse is not only a fun group to serve with, but the team plays a big part in helping Sundays run smoothly at the West Campus! The team directs cars into parking lots and greets worshippers as they head into church.


Email Tyler at to learn more and sign up.

The First Impressions Team serve with the Connect Ministry to help people feel at home at Christ Chapel.

From greeting at services to following up with people who have filled out Connect Cards, if you have a heart for hospitality, come serve with us!


For West Campus, contact Tyler at

For Fort Worth or South Campus, email Hannah at

Serve in Our Community

Come pack up and hand out groceries with the West Campus!

Over 2021, we're serving at Center of Hope several days each quarter.

Click here to sign up for an upcoming March serve day.

Center of Hope in Parker County helps individuals break the cycle of poverty and create a better life for themselves. There’s a variety of ways to serve: tutor, make meals, work in the Center of Hope store and more.



Hope Farm is a leadership program guiding at-risk boys to become Christ-centered men of integrity. Hope Farm invests in both boys and their moms because they believe we all have a role in building thriving families and communities.

Right now they are looking for:

-Handymen (and women) to help on an as-needed basis around their Fort Worth campus.

-People to help stock/organize the food pantry.

-Tech support for their moms and boys. If you know your way around Microsoft Word, you’re the tech hero they’re looking for!




If you are looking for a real-life, practical way to step in and follow God in loving others right now, Justin’s Place is a great way to do that because the ministry is all about creating relationships with families that live in the Stop Six neighborhood of Fort Worth. Right now they’re looking for people to deliver Mom’s Night Out boxes and a photographer to help them capture life at Justin’s Place.



Rivertree Academy is a school in Fort Worth that provides community-funded education for under-resourced students. Their mission is to educate students to learn well, love well, work well and lead well. As the school year gears up, there are definitely ways that you can start serving with them.

-Pray for the school year ahead

-Help provide scholarships

-Click here to fill out a volunteer interest form and see more opportunities to serve.



Christ Chapel partners with great organizations throughout Tarrant, Parker & Johnson Counties. Their opportunities to serve are listed on the ServeBridge VOMO. To register to serve, click “join” on the volunteer hub page. You will be able to view and volunteer for all listed opportunities through ServeBridge alongside some amazing ministries in this city.



If you love to quilt, we have a group who makes blankets and quilts for soon-to-be moms. The quilts are given to local pregnancy resource centers to gift mothers. If you’d like to put your quilt-making skills to work and remind others that they are loved and cared for, email Sharon McWilliams at to get involved.

Global Missions

Planting churches. Training church leaders. Translating the Bible into new languages. However we can share the life-changing fact that Jesus loves and died for the world — we’re in. That’s why we’re supporting the work of missionaries and churches around the world. And that’s why we go on mission trips, too. 

M28 Film Festival

The M28 Film Festival is a yearly celebration of God at work around the world through Christ Chapel mission trips. Eight short films debut to tell their stories and one wins the trophy of all trophies, the Globi!

Mission Trips

Trips for 2020 have been postponed. Check back as travel picks back up.

Missionaries We Love and Support

Christ Chapel supports the work of missionaries on six different continents. Get to know them and pray for their work with the 2020 Prayer Passport. 


Lance Cashion

Local Outreach Director


Bill Hampton

Global Missions Pastor


Danella Hitri

Global Missions Assistant


Allison Johnston

Front Office & Local Outreach Ministry Assistant


Cathy Sweeney

Serve Our Schools Coordinator


Wes Toland

West Campus Outreach Pastor


The Christmas Story

When we hear the Christmas story we’re reminded of the miraculous birth of Christ. But God wants us to be sure and know the rest of the story. God had a purpose for sending His Son into our world. He came to be our Savior, just as the angel announced to the shepherds. But why do we need a Savior if we try to be good?

The answer is that God is perfect and holy and no matter hard we try, we are not. But God still wants a relationship with us. So He sent Jesus into the world to offer a way for sinners to have a relationship with a holy God. God placed our sins on His sinless Son on the cross, so that we might be forgiven and become a child of God. When God raised Jesus from the dead, He paved a way for us to come to God as well.

Romans 10:9 tells us that if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.

Jesus is the greatest Christmas gift ever given.

MSM Meeting Times

MSM families, we miss you guys! We are determined to stick together as one big MSM ministry. Be sure to check out everything happening online. We are here for you guys!

Campus Day Time Location
Fort Worth
5 p.m.

Host Home

6 p.m.

Host Home

6 p.m.


3701 Birchman Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76107




3910 E. i-20 Frontage Rd. S.,
Willow Park, TX 76087




428 SW Johnson Ave.
Burleson, TX 76028






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5+6 Meeting Times

5+6 families, we miss you guys! We are determined to stick together as one big 5+6 ministry. Be sure to check out everything happening online. We are here for you guys!

Campus Day Time Location
Fort Worth


4:30 p.m.


1:30-2:45 p.m.


5-6:15 p.m.

HSM Meeting Times

HSM families, we miss you guys! We are determined to stick together as one big HSM ministry. Be sure to check out everything happening online. We are here for you guys!

Campus Day Time Location
Fort Worth


6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Host Home



6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Host Home



6-8 p.m.

*Every the 3rd Wednesday of the month, West campus meets at Worship Center

What is Christmas … Really?

The Christmas season is full of stories. There are favorite movies like “White Christmas,” “A Christmas Carol” and “Elf,” Santa Claus and reindeer, and lots of traditions that go back many, many years. All of these stories share messages of hope and cheer, good news and happy days, giving and serving — and they all encourage us to look forward to a bright future.

The reason that all of these stories have similar themes is because in one way or another, they are all a reflection of the very first Christmas story — the true, real life one that happened two thousand years ago in a small rural town called Bethlehem. (The story is told throughout the Bible, but if you’ve never read it for yourself, a great place to start is Luke 2.)

The date was sometime between 3 B.C. and 6 B.C. in Israel. The Roman Empire, which controlled the region at that time, was requiring that everyone return to their hometown so that they could complete a census.

There was an engaged couple who were among the many people who had to travel home to complete their part of this census. The couple, a man named Joseph and a woman named Mary, were not well-known or uber successful. They were regular people who lived in a small town. Because they were engaged, they headed together to Joseph’s hometown, Bethlehem.

As Israelites, both Mary and Joseph had grown up learning the history of their people through the Scriptures. Israel was a very small nation surrounded by great world powers – and yet, God had always protected their people. In fact, God, had promised that a savior would one day come and save them. No one knew when that would happen, but generation after generation, the people of Israel waited with hope for that day.

Months before Joseph and Mary set off on their journey to Bethlehem for the census, one of God’s angels appeared to Mary with a very surprising message. He showed up out of nowhere one day to tell her that God was not only pleased with her, but had chosen her to be the mother of the savior that everyone had been waiting for! And while that may have been a great honor to Mary, she was confused about how that could happen because she was most definitely a virgin. The angel told her that through the power of God, she would become pregnant. This baby was God’s Son and He was to be named Jesus because He would one day save His people. And because Mary had grown up knowing these future promises of God, she believed the angel.

Months later and nearing her due date, Mary and Joseph traveled to Bethlehem for the census. Because so many people had come to town for the very same reason, there was no room available at the town’s inn. Now in labor, the only option the couple could find for a place to stay and have the baby was in the inn’s stable. So there, in a cave among the animals, the long-promised and long-awaited savior, Jesus, was born.

A few miles from that stable, a group of shepherds was laying out in a field. It was night and they were there to make sure that their flock was not harmed or picked off by animals or thieves. All of a sudden and out of nowhere, an angel appeared in the sky above them. Shocked by the angel, they were completely terrified, but the angel quickly told them that they had no reason to be afraid. In fact, they were about to receive some of the best news ever: that very night, a savior, THE Savior that they had been waiting for, had been born. The angel told them where they could find this baby and in excitement they got up and ran to find Him.

And it was just as the angel had told them: the baby was in a manger, wrapped in strips of cloth, a fulfillment of God’s great promise to them. After seeing the baby, the shepherds told everyone they met that God had indeed kept His promise and sent their Savior.

That Savior, Jesus, grew up and as God’s Son, one day gave His life for the whole world. Only a true Savior could do this — and because Jesus was the Chosen One sent by God — He could. He was crucified by the Roman government, died and laid dead in a tomb for three days. Then, by the power of God, He came back to life. Many people witnessed His death and then saw Him alive again.

Jesus, having come from God and entered human history as a baby, grew up and fulfilled the promise of being a Savior. Through His death, every person on earth can be saved and can know God personally. Because of Jesus, every person can have hope and cheer, good news and happy days, can look forward to a bright future. Through a relationship with Jesus, we can live the great joy of Christmas every day. That is what Christmas is really about.

College Meeting Times

If you are a college student, we’ve got worship, solid community and more for you!

Day Time Location
10 30 a.m.

Common Grounds

3110 Greene Ave.

6 p.m.

Christmas Gift Tags

Looking for the perfect finishing touch for the gifts under your Christmas tree? Download our custom gift tags! Just click the “Download” button below and pick your favorites to use. Whether you decide to write a note or fill in the “To” and “From” blanks, we recommend using permanent or metallic markers.

Here are a few tips for printing the labels:
Planning to tie the tags to your gifts? Download the PDF and print the pages you need on white card stock. After printing, trim each tag to size with scissors, then punch a hole at the top, thread your ribbon, yarn or twine through it and attach the tag to your gift.

Want to skip the ribbon and turn the tags into labels? Easy peasy! Print on 8.5” x 11” full-sheet label paper, then trim each tag to size and you’ve got gift labels! (Printing Tip: For best results, make sure you’re printing at 100% scale, or “actual size.” )

Merry Christmas, and happy gift giving!

9 Socially Distant Things to do This Christmas

Holly, jolly and socially distant, that’s the name of the game this Christmas season. We’ve rounded up some places in our community where you can go and safely continue favorite holiday traditions, along with a few ideas for making the most of the season at home with your family or roommates. Here’s to celebrating this year … maybe, especially this year. 

Drive-Through Holiday Lights 
This is the year for drive-through holiday light displays! Really, could they be any more perfect? There’s no getting out of the car required and plenty of dazzling holiday lights to see. Luckily, you can have your pick based upon where you live and how far you want to drive. There’s Radiance in Weatherford, Gift of Lights at Texas Motor Speedway, Prairie Lights in Grand Prairie and Christmastime in Texas located in Joshua. 

Walk-Through Holiday Lights 
There are several places in the Metroplex where you can enjoy incredible light displays while keeping to the outdoors. Luminova at Globe Life Field is keeping crowds at a limited capacity so that you have space to wander through its three million lights of creative holiday landscapes. And don’t forget about The Modern Lights in Fort Worth! You can walk the grounds of The Modern off of University Drive and 7th Street after sunset and take in the incredible feat they’ve accomplished of wrapping every limb of every tree surrounding the museum. 

Holiday in the Garden 
On Saturday, Dec. 12, Christmas is coming to the Fort Worth Botanic Garden with Holiday in the Garden. There will be food trucks and live music (including the Fort Worth Opera who will be delivering strolling performances throughout the garden), an artisan market and a Christmas tree farm. It looks like an ideal day in Fort Worth for Christmas! 

Watch The Nutcracker from home 
This year instead of heading downtown to Bass Hall, you can take in the incredible leaps, spins and tricks of the Texas Ballet Theater from home! They will be streaming performances of The Nutcracker December 14-26. Sorry, no precipitation comes with the purchase of your tickets — you’ll have to find your own way for snow to magically fall from the ceiling … just like in Bass Hall! 

Panther Island Ice 
Panther Island Ice, Fort Worth’s outdoor skating rink, is open with limited capacity this year for all your Christmas-skating dreams come true. Reserving space for your group ahead of time is required, so make sure to plan out when you want to go this year. 

Coyote Drive-In 
The beloved drive-in theater is a great way to watch a holiday movie safely with others. Plan an outing with friends and park next to each other — you’ll still be watching together, but from your own car/bubble of space. You’ll want to check the theater’s website for updated showings. They play Christmas movies throughout the season. 

I Love Christmas Movies at Gaylord Texan 
Do you love classic Christmas movies? Then you may want to check out the Gaylord Texan’s new immersive Christmas experience. The exhibit, appropriately dubbed I Love Christmas Movies, has recreated famous movie scenes from the likes of Elf, The Polar Express, A Christmas Story and Christmas Vacation that you can step right into and enjoy. Masks are required and social distancing will be observed throughout the experience. 

Go big at home 
What if you make this Christmas extra festive at home? You could make a plan for a special service project every week or a schedule of holiday recipes to try out. You could order Christmas pajamas for your whole crew, hang twinkle lights everywhere or have a virtual ugly Christmas sweater contest with your family over Zoom by using your leftover wrapping, bows, ribbon and such. 

Christmas Eve at Christ Chapel’s Internet Campus 
Are you looking for a way to celebrate on Christmas Eve? Christ Chapel’s Internet Campus is streaming services all afternoon and evening. You’ll get to mark the holiday with a community of friends, sing some holly jolly holiday songs and hear an encouraging message to send you off into Christmas Day. Plan to join us at 

Holiday Bucket List

While you’re spending more time at home this holiday season, why not make a holiday bucket list for those long winter nights and weekends? Click below to download a bucket list. 

Here are a few ideas to get you started: bake cinnamon rolls for neighbors, watch a favorite holiday movie, write and mail notes to family members you won’t be seeing over Christmas, go to a Christmas Eve service, make paper snowflakes. 

Holiday Scenes

Leave it to the internet to create some seriously delightful holiday scenes to play in the background of your day! While you’re busy at home working, cooking, helping your kids with school or just hanging out, any of these scenes are sure to bring some cheer and probably a few chuckles. 

Classic Yule Log: 
Beach Bonfire (for anyone missing the beach this year):

Snow-covered Mountain:

Sleigh Ride with Real Reindeer: 

Log Cabin with Crackling Fire:

Christmas Village with Music:

Captain America’s 1940s Living Room:

Cat Riding a Roomba:

8-Bit Yule Log:

Snowy Train Ride:

Hulu Holiday Scenes: You’ll need a Hulu subscription to stream these, but Hulu has amassed a small army of holiday scenes to bring delight your way. Their collection includes a Gingerbread Home Remodel, a thrilling Thermostat War (a must-watch if you’ve ever worked in an office setting), a Puppy White Elephant Party and a Sap Story (yes, that’s sap falling out of a tree — it’s riveting and oh-so-soothing). Just look for the “Holiday” tab the next time you open Hulu.