We're Happy to Have You
Whether you are curious or seriously seeking a "church home,” you are very much welcome at Stonebriar. The steps below help you know what to expect on Sundays, but there are plenty of weekday programs if you want to visit then.
Steps to Visiting on Sunday
Choose a Worship Service
Worship is at 9 and 10:45 a.m. with some exceptions on special holidays. Each service includes the same sermon and music. On your first visit, it’s best to arrive about 15 minutes early, or if you need time to find your children’s classroom locations, arrive 30 minutes early. Programs for children and youth coincide with the 9 and 10:45 a.m. services and so do most adult fellowship groups. Nursing and family rooms are available during both services.
Arrive and Get Parked
We are a single-campus church with one location. Don't hesitate to ask for help from our parking team (the ones wearing bright orange vests). They'll help you navigate the lots, which can get crowded before the 9 and 10:45 a.m. services. Arriving 15 minutes before the service starts will make things easier. Parking is available in lots off Parkwood on the west side and off Legendary on the east side. On Sundays, parking is also available at the Lamar and Norma Hunt Middle School across Legendary from the church, and shuttle buses run continuously from several satellite parking areas.
Find a Place for Yourself and Your Kids
Information Center volunteers are ready to answer your questions before, between, and after each service. Just look for them behind the counters in the Atrium. They can help you choose an Adult Fellowship group that’s right for you. If you have children, stop by the children’s welcome booth (in the main lobby of the Education Building) to find out about classes and locations. Junior high students meet at 9 a.m. and high school students at 10:45 a.m. Both of these groups meet in the HUB (Room B181). <media 1062>View a directory of the church campus</media>.
Celebrate Through Worship
Greeters will welcome you into the Worship Center and give you a program outlining the service. Ushers can help you find a seat. Toward the beginning of the service, everyone is invited to stand and greet one another with handshakes. You will not be singled out as a visitor. Biblical teaching, prayer, giving, and regularly-scheduled communion services are key components of worship at Stonebriar.
Let Us Help You
If you would like to talk about a personal concern or something you heard in the service, look for someone with a burgundy SoulCare badge. These men and women have been trained to listen and encourage, and they are eager to help. They also can pray with you in one of the prayer rooms. These rooms are located next to the lower floor rear exits of the Worship Center, adjacent to the lower level exit to the left of the pulpit, and on the second floor next to the elevators.
Still Not Sure About Visiting?
We'd be happy to answer any questions that you still might have. Please call us at the church at 469-252-5200 or contact us online.
- News to Us
Join us this Sunday for worship and a message from Pastor Chuck Swindoll. Share the events to invite family and friends.
Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra will return to our church on Saturday, June 2 at 6 p.m. to present Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5. Tickets are only $19 for adults and $9 for students. Purchase online.