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What we’re

about

Sadly, Christians are typically known for the things they’re against, rather than the things they’re for. Here’s what we’re about.

Jesus is the point. Our sin and brokenness has separated us from God. But Jesus’ death, burial and resurrection has restored for us an opportunity to have a personal relationship with God. We now get to approach God with humble boldness and gracious confidence as sons and daughters. Not because of anything we’ve done, because of who Jesus is and what he's done for us.

We believe God has graciously chosen to reveal Himself to us through His Word: the Bible. And our response is that we strive to be a people who treasure the Word of God shown by our knowledge of it and our obedience to it.

Jesus is the man. The Bible calls Him the Lion and the Lamb. That means He’s strong, bold, courageous and hates sin. But He’s also merciful, empathetic, compassionate and gracious. The more we follow Jesus, the more we figure out how to look like Him and reflect His character to those around us.

It’s completely possible to enjoy life if you don’t know Jesus. The problem is that Jesus came to give life and life abundantly. That means you’ll never experience fullness of life without a relationship with the One who offers it most extravagantly. We have a heart for people who don’t know Jesus because we truly believe they’re shortchanging themselves.

God tells us that He has created every person in His image. We call it the imago dei. That means every single person has an inherent dignity that should be respected. We strive to protect and fight for those created in the image of God when their dignity is under attack.

It's often that we find ourselves in circles of people who are like us; what we like to do, how we like to dress, what we like to eat, etc.

But what would it look like to be with those who aren't like us? To be together others and not have anything in common yet still be connected on a deeper level? That's Uncommon Community and we believe it is uniquely found in the Gospel.

Life can be pretty brutal. But Jesus provides a joy that doesn’t change when our circumstances do. He helps us see that our hope is not in this world, but in Jesus and His promise to restore and redeem this broken world. So we endure the ups and downs of this life with joy because we know our hope is in Jesus, not our circumstances.

Summer

Let’s hang out this summer! If you are on break, taking summer classes, or just graduated high school and are looking for community, join us at any of these below options where our college staff and students will be all summer long!

Sundays
Wednesdays

(starting May 25)

Other-days

No matter where you are, read through Mark, Luke and John with our staff this summer! Follow our Summer ’22 Instagram to join in.

Join us on sundays this Fall

Sunday Worship

If you are a college student, head across Berry St. on Sundays! We’ve got worship, solid community and Bible study (plus free coffee) waiting. Doors open 30 minutes before each service. For more info, reach out to anyone on our team at the bottom of this page!

Next steps

Be Known

The best way to start getting connected into this community is by letting us take you out for coffee, a bite to eat, or whatever and get to know you! As well as give you the chance to know a little bit more about us!
Connect

Family Nights

Family Nights are small group gatherings hosted by Christ Chapel families and meet every other week. You'll love getting to know your coaches as you have dinner in their homes, hear about their faith, and dig into God's word together.
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Student Groups

Student Groups are an opportunity to connect with other people in your class year and make this large place feel small. This is community that helps push you to grow in your faith!
Join one

The PAC

We partner with The PAC, which is an organization that invites students to something better than the stereotypical college experience. Help other students experience the transformative love of Christ!
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The Discipleship project

You’ve found Jesus, the gospel, and new life, but what comes next? Jesus didn’t transport you straight to heaven, but He left you here to live in a whole new way. The Discipleship Project will help you understand gospel realities for everyday life, see where you fit in God’s ongoing story, and learn how you participate in His big family and continue to grow. The gospel changes everything ̶ come learn how and build a foundation for the rest of your life!
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Serving is one of the ways that we get love others like how Jesus has loved us. And we want to help connect you with several opportunities to serve those within this ministry as well as those in the city of Fort Worth.

OUR TEAM

Alexi Arstein

Women's Minister for The PAC

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Amy Foster

College Director of Shepherding

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Asher Frailey

Men's Minister for The PAC

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Ben Fuqua

Pastor of Young Adult Ministries

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Francis Genung

College Director of Operations

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Nathan Sanchez

Associate College Pastor

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Sermons

Access them from the listing below, or from your favorite streaming service! Or try asking your smart speaker to “play the Christ Chapel College podcast.”

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. 

College Meeting Times

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

Day Time Location
Sundays
10 30 a.m.

Common Grounds

3110 Greene Ave.

Wednesdays
6 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

Sundays

6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

The Den

West

Wednesdays

6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Host Home

South

Wednesdays

6-8 p.m.

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

MSM Meeting Times

As a ministry we value meeting in Home Groups to build community. Home Groups allow us to dig into God’s word together and learn how to live for him throughout our week. Our West can Fort Worth Campuses meet three weeks in homes and one large group gathering on Campus. Our South Campus meets weekly at the Depot.

Campus Day Time Location
Fort Worth
Sundays
4:30 to 6 p.m.

3 weeks in Homes & 1 week at the FW Campus

West
Wednesdays
5:30 to 7 p.m.

3 weeks in Homes & 1 week at the West Campus

South
Wedesdays
6 to 7 p.m.

South Campus Building

5th Meeting Times

5th 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

Sundays

9 a.m.

5th Tank

West

Sundays

9:15 a.m.

The Commons

South

Sundays

11 a.m.

South Campus Building

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CHOOSE YOUR CAMPUS

FORT WORTH

3701 Birchman Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76107

817-731-4329

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WEST

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

817-945-2399

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SOUTH

428 SW Johnson Ave.
Burleson, TX 76028

817-546-0822

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