Planning Your Visit to Christ Presbyterian Church

We understand that visiting a new church can be stressful.  Let us help make you comfortable with all of the little details so that you can focus on worshiping God when you come to worship as our guest.  If you are worshiping with us on the third Sunday of the month, plan to stay for our Guest Meal following the service. This informal time will give you an opportunity to learn more of our church and fellowship. 

Have questions? Our office staff are more than happy to answer any questions you may have.  Call us at 972-355-5892

Sunday School

Summer Schedule:
9:45 AM - 10:04 AM
Through the Summer months we give our Sunday School teachers a break and replace it with Coffee & Questions. This short, 19 minute time for all ages allows attendance to ask Pastor John open-ended questions about theology, Bible passages, church history or the Christian life - all the while enjoying our freshly brewed coffee!
All ages welcome.


Children ages 6 weeks through age three, are welcome during Sunday School, and worship service.  The nursery is equipped with changing areas, private areas for nursing mothers, and other safe and age-appropriate materials, toys, and furniture for the children. 

Children of all ages are always welcome in the worship service, and participation in nursery is completely voluntary.  In order to promote health and safety, only healthy children will be admitted to the nurseries.  A training chapel (closed off room inside sanctuary) is also provided.


We primarily sing historic hymns and psalms of the Christian faith from the Trinity Hymnal as well as the Trinity Psalter.

We also enjoy singing them to new tunes, as well as a selection of modern hymns. We currently have accompaniment by piano, trumpet & trombone.


The question of “how should I dress?” is often asked when attending a new church. You will find all manner of dress in our church from blue jeans to business casual. Dress how you feel comfortable so that you can focus on worshiping God. Remember that God is concerned with your heart, not with your style or fashion sense!