Christ is our Life

At Colleyville Presbyterian Church, the center of our life together is when we gather for worship every Sunday at 10:30 am. Our worship follows a regular structure each week, a pattern which is drawn from the Scriptures as well as the historic practices of the universal Christian church. As we pray together, sing together, listen together to God’s word read and preached, and take the Lord’s Supper together week by week, we believe the Holy Spirit uses these means of grace to give us communion with Jesus Christ, the one who is, and will always be, our life.

Worship With Us

Our worship is often described as joyfully reverent. Each week we experience these ancient practices of Christian worship: the practice of reflective silence, the practice of enthusiastic singing, the practice of confessing our sins and receiving the declaration of God’s forgiveness, the practice of listening carefully to God’s word, the practice of gladly feasting on Christ together in the Lord’s Supper, and the practice of receiving the blessing of Jesus in the pastoral benediction at the end of the service.

How We Worship

You Are Welcome Here

At Colleyville Presbyterian, you’ll find men, women and children from all kinds of different religious backgrounds, living in all different parts of the Metroplex (we have members who live in Dallas, Fort Worth, Colleyville, Grapevine, Southlake, Hurst, Bedford, North Richland Hills, Keller, Euless and Arlington among other places!). What brings us together is knowledge of our sinfulness, an even greater knowledge of God’s certain love for us in Jesus Christ, and a desire to follow Jesus in every part of our lives. We would love to have you join us!