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… or join us in person this Sunday, July 12. Check out the FAQ’s below to learn more including changes to our service times.

Tickets for this Sunday’s In-Person Services


We’re excited to gather in person for worship this Sunday! To join us, get your tickets now and read the FAQ below.


Christ Chapel’s Statement on Racism

On Sunday, June 7, our Lead Pastor Cody McQueen shared from his heart about current events. (If you missed the sermon, we’ve posted the video for you to watch, or you can listen right here.) He also promised that the Elder Board would be putting together a statement reflecting Christ Chapel’s official stance on racism. If you’d like to read it, it’s available now at the link below.
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FAQ’s About Resuming In-Person Worship

We are excited to gather in person for worship this Sunday, July 12! Things are going to look a little different as we start worshipping together again in person, but all the new measures and precautions are in place for your comfort and safety. 

Below are a few questions that people have recently been asking about our plans to resume in-person worship. If and when you feel ready to attend an in-person service, here is some helpful information to know.

Note: Out of love and care, we’re recommending that if you are in the vulnerable population (either elderly or someone with underlying health conditions) that you continue to worship online a little bit longer. Parents, if you have children in second grade or younger, it’s also our suggestion that you worship from home. Children’s Ministry and Student Ministry will begin meeting at a later date. We promise to keep you updated as the Elder Board makes decisions!

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When will Christ Chapel resume in-person worship services?

We are excited to resume in-person worship services on Sundays, beginning June 21, in the Sanctuary at the Fort Worth Campus, the Worship Center at the West Campus and The Depot at the South Campus. (Services for Converge and Hive Traditional will resume at a later date.) To maintain important safety and social distancing measures, we are limiting the number of people at each service.


Will service times be any different?

Yes, to help provide the safest and most comfortable experience for you, we’ve adjusted our service times. Please see below for the updated service times which will go into effect on Sunday, June 21:

Fort Worth Campus: 9 and 11 a.m.
West Campus: 9:15 and 11 a.m.
South Campus: 9:15 and 11 a.m.
Internet Campus: 9 a.m., 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.


Will I need a ticket to attend a worship service?

Yes, you will need a ticket to attend a worship service at any of our campuses (Fort Worth, West or South). Tickets will be available on our website beginning this Wednesday, July 8 for Sunday, July 12’s worship services. When you visit the ticket website, if the service you would like to attend is not listed, this means the service is already full.

If you get tickets and later decide to worship from home, we totally understand. If you would, help us make room for someone else at that service by returning your tickets. You can click the “Cancel Reservation” link at the bottom of your confirmation email to do so.


What safety measures can I expect when worshipping in person?

We are committed to helping protect your health and safety which is why we have put these specific steps and measures in place:

Limited Capacity
To ensure adequate social distancing, we are limiting the number of people in a worship service and on each campus at any one time. This is why we asking everyone who wants to worship in person to get a ticket ahead of time.

Social Distancing
We have put new measures in place to ensure social distancing for you and your family. These measures include how you enter and exit the building, and how and where you are seated at a service. A Deacon will be seating you which means you most likely won’t be able to sit in your normal spot (we know you all have them). At the end of the service, you’ll be dismissed by sections. If you’d like to stay and talk with friends, please do so outside and from a safe distance apart. 

Increased Cleaning
All worship and high-traffic areas are thoroughly sanitized before, between and after services.

Masks Required While Entering, Exiting and Moving About the Campuses 
All staff, leaders and volunteers will be wearing masks. In addition, we are requiring everyone joining us for worship at the Fort Worth, West and South Campuses to wear a mask while entering, exiting and moving about the building. Once you’re seated at a service, you will be able to take your mask off and worship without it. If you do not have a mask, don’t worry — we will have some available at the door!

Hand Sanitizer Stations
Stations with hand sanitizer will be provided throughout the church.

Contactless Environment
We’ve removed anything that you would normally touch or pick up during a service, so please plan ahead. Download the Christ Chapel app to access sermon notes and to have the ability to request prayer and give. Bring your own Bible and pen. Print out your sermon notes if you’d like a physical copy. You will be able to drop your offering in a receptacle if you’d like to give by cash or check. During this time, we won’t be able to supply coffee and donuts … but feel free to sneak your own in.

Will Children’s Ministry, Student Ministry and Adult Education Classes be available?

Noin-person Children’s Ministry, Student Ministry and Adult Education classes will not be available. We recommend that families with children in second grade or younger continue worshipping from home just a little bit longer. Here’s the link to this week’s Bible lesson and activities.

Is everyone required to wear a mask?

All staff, leaders and volunteers will be wearing masks. In addition, we are requiring everyone joining us for worship at the Fort Worth, West and South Campuses to wear a mask while entering, exiting and moving about the building. Once you’re seated at a service, you will be able to take your mask off and worship without it. If you do not have a mask, don’t worry — we will have some available at the door!

What if I get tickets and decide I'd rather worship from home?

That’s totally fine and we’re excited to worship with you online! If you would, help us make room for someone else to join us in person by returning your tickets. All you have to do is click “Cancel Reservation” at the bottom of your ticket confirmation email.

Where do I park and enter the building?

We’re limiting which doors and parking lots will be open. Watch for the Parking Posse to direct you as you arrive on campus. Here are some helpful directions for where to head.

Fort Worth Campus — Park in one of the east parking lots and enter the building through the Sanctuary doors under the steeple.

West Campus — Park up the hill in the east parking lot. You can enter the building through the east doors, located near Starting Point.

South Campus — Park at The Depot. Extra parking will be available at Woolard’s off of Wilshire Boulevard if The Depot’s lot is full. Enter the building through the front door.

When will other on-campus activities resume?

We miss all our usual gatherings like you do! The Elder Board and leadership are continuing to monitor CDC and state guidelines for when it is safe and appropriate to return to all regularly scheduled events and gatherings. We will update you as decisions are made.

What do I do if I'm not ready to resume in-person worship?

Continue gathering with us online! We’ll be streaming on Sundays at 9 a.m., 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the Internet Campus, on Facebook and on YouTube.

Swooping in for the summer?

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Swooping in this week?

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Men, join us for a new six-week series on the nature of God where we hope to answer the question: What kind of God?

Watch live 7 p.m. on Tuesdays:
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Watch on demand anytime after 9 a.m. on Wednesdays:
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Need to catch up on previous weeks? Watch on our website!
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I’m ready to serve.

This is a huge opportunity for us to share God’s love and hope with our neighbors and community.


If you are anxious, know someone who’s sick, are worried about your job or have another need, send in a prayer request. We want to be praying for you!


Whether it’s going to the store for groceries, finding community, needing urgent supplies or anything in between, we’re here to help.

Talk with a Pastor

If you’d like to talk with a pastor this week, please fill out the form below. We’ll be in contact with you soon!

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The online experience helps you connect to our church family and learn all the ways we’re here to help you grow in your faith.


Online Small Groups

Online small groups meet during the week for community, to go deeper into Sunday’s sermon and share what’s going on in their lives from all over the world.

The Christ Chapel App has everything you need

Live stream access, digital sermon notes, easy ways to connect, send in prayer requests and give — it’s the whole Christ Chapel experience right on your phone.



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Sunday Resources for Kids and Teens

We’re bringing Children’s Ministry and Student Ministries to you this Sunday! Parents, check out the resources below and study God’s Word with your kids today. Teenagers, we’ve got you covered too. Scroll down to see what MSM and HSM have for you this week.

Children's Ministry

To help you enjoy all the resources we have for kids, we’ve made a new webpage to house it all! The page is password protected. If you need the password, please email Jennifer at childrenscurriculum@christchapelbc.org. She will send it to you super fast!




Hey, parents! The Fifth+Sixth team is boosting our social media content to provide fun things for your student to watch/learn every day. Here’s our schedule:

Every morning at 10 a.m. – Devo Time
Every afternoon at 2 p.m. Fun video/activity

To stay up to date, follow along online:

YouTube: ChristChapelFifthEighthMinistry

Fort Worth Campus: @CCBC56FW
West Campus: @CCBC56West

Fort Worth Campus: @CCBC56FW
West Campus: @CCBC56West
South Campus: @CCSM_South


Hey, middle schoolers! To stay connected as one big MSM family, we’re posting devos and other videos every day. Make sure you’re following along to catch it all.

Here’s our schedule:
Devos every morning at 10 a.m.
Fun Video/Activity every day at 2 p.m.

You can watch on:

YouTube: ChristChapelFifthEighthMinistry

Fort Worth Campus: CCBC Middle School Ministry Fort Worth
West Campus: CCBC West MSM

Fort Worth Campus: @CCSMFWMS
West Campus: @CCSMWestMS
CCSM South: @CCSM_South


High school, we miss you guys! Even though we aren’t meeting in person right now, we are determined to stick together as one big HSM fam. Be sure to check out everything happening online. We are here for you guys!

YouTube Preaching
We’re delivering our weekly teaching straight to you via YouTube! Every Sunday morning we’re going to be posting on our YouTube channel a service with songs and a sermon delivered by our high school teaching team.

Small Groups via ZOOM
We are determined to keep connected in biblical community! That’s why our small groups are meeting through Zoom at your normal, weekly meeting time. Look for more info from your small group leader about getting this started. Email Megan at MeganM@christchapelbc.org or Holden Hudson at HoldenH@christchapelbc.org to find a small group for your child.

Devotionals posted on YouTube
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday we’ll have a new devotional for you. You’ll be able to access it via a link posted in our YouTube channel description. We recommend printing it out and spending some time going through it with your Bible open.

25-day Bible Reading Plan
We want to help you get in the Bible with a 25-day Bible reading plan (the next five weeks, Monday-Friday). We think it’s going to increase your faith and and help you fix your eyes on Jesus more than ever before! Check social media for more info.

Follow HSM on Instagram:
HSM Fort Worth: @HSMFW
HSM West: @HSMWest
CCSM South: @CCSM_South