Sundays at Stonebriar

A day to worship, serve & connect
Sundays at Stonebriar

Welcome to the Family

Visiting on a Sunday is a great way to experience what it’s like to be part of our church family. We want you to feel welcome and comfortable from the moment you arrive, and we believe that begins with knowing what to expect. We hope the details on this page help you get ready and excited for your visit, but if you have any further questions, please reach out to our staff at info@stonebriar.org. We look forward to meeting you!

Sunday Worship Times

Traditional
9 & 10:45 a.m.

Livestream: 10:45 a.m.

Contemporary
9 a.m.

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Español
10:45 a.m.

Livestream: 10:45 a.m.

What We Offer on Sundays

When you come to Stonebriar on a Sunday, you’ll find:

  • excellent biblical teaching from Senior Pastor Chuck Swindoll and other highly trained pastors
  • beautiful, uplifting worship in a variety of musical styles in both English and Spanish
  • groups and classes for adults to learn God’s Word and build meaningful friendships
  • programs for kids and teens that teach the Bible in fun and engaging ways
  • opportunities for those with special needs to worship, learn, and serve using their unique gifts
  • ways to make a difference in our community and world by giving and volunteering

Traditional
9 & 10:45 a.m.

Livestream: 10:45 a.m.

Contemporary
8:45 a.m.

Livestream: 8:45 a.m.

Español
10:45 a.m.

Livestream: 10:45 a.m.

Sundays at Stonebriar

What to Expect

Do I have to register to attend?

Registration is not required for our worship services, adult Sunday Fellowships, or programming for grades 6–12, but we do ask that you register for our children’s programming for ages birth–fifth grade. Registration for children’s programming opens every Wednesday at 10 a.m. on our Events page.

What are your worship services like?

Though each of our services has a unique style and rhythm, the heart of what we do is the same—we praise God by singing together and listen to messages from the Bible, which tells us who God is, how He loves and saves us, and what that means for our lives.

Whether you join us for traditional or contemporary worship, in English or in Spanish, you can expect excellent biblical teaching and beautiful worship in song. Learn more about each of our services, and come see for yourself on Sunday!

Do you offer services and programs in Spanish?

Yes! Our Stonebriar en Español ministry offers a contemporary worship service in Spanish every Sunday at 10:45 a.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room, as well as groups and events throughout the week.

What do you offer for kids?

We offer fun programs every Sunday morning where kids of all ages can learn about God’s Word and His love for them. Check the schedule below, and register your kids to join us for engaging activities, Bible stories, and worship in song.

Registration is currently required for our children’s and special needs programming, so please sign up to let us know your family will be joining us!

What do you offer for teens?

Our Middle and High School Ministries groups give students a place to belong, be loved, and become true followers of Christ. There is no need to sign up to attend, and all students are invited to join in for worship, Bible teaching, and good times with friends.

What should I wear?

Some of our attendees wear suits or dresses, while others wear jeans and casual shirts, so you are welcome to wear what makes you comfortable.

When should I arrive?

For your first visit, we recommend arriving at least 20 minutes prior to the beginning of the service you would like to attend, to allow time to park, find your way, and check in for childcare if needed.

What is the church’s address?

Stonebriar Community Church
4801 Legendary Drive
Frisco, Texas 75034

When is the front office open?

Office Hours:
Monday—Friday
10 a.m.–4p.m.

469-252-5200

Where should I park, and which entrance do I go in?

You are welcome to park anywhere, but feel free to reference the parking map below to help you decide based on where you want to go. We also have friendly volunteers around our parking lot who can help you navigate our campus.

Parking Map

Download Campus Map

Where should I park, and which entrance do I go in?

Parking Map

You are welcome to park anywhere, but feel free to reference the parking map below to help you decide based on where you want to go. We also have friendly volunteers around our parking lot who can help you navigate our campus.

Download Campus Map

What should I do when I get inside?

We invite you to stop by one of our information desks so we can personally welcome you, help you find where to go, and answer any questions you may have. The greeters at each entrance can also help direct you on your way in.

Is there anything special for visitors?

When you’re visiting, we invite you to stop by our Connection Center! After each worship service, pastors and volunteers are available outside the Worship Center in the Atrium by the main information desk and inside the Multi-Purpose Room to get to know you, share a bit about Stonebriar, and help you get connected.

What if I’m visiting from out of town?

If you are planning a visit in advance and have additional questions, please reach out to our staff at info@stonebriar.org so we can assist you.

For Your Safety on Our Campus

masks strongly recommended

Masks strongly recommended for everyone

social distancing

Social distancing encouraged throughout the campus

Covid-19 response

Read our full COVID-19 response

health screenings

Health screenings conducted at check-in for children’s programs

capacity limited

Limited capacity in our Worship Center and classrooms

sanitized areas

Worship Centers and classrooms sanitized between uses

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Families

Adults

Special Needs

Have Questions?

We’re here to help! Please reach out to our staff any time at info@stonebriar.org, or call our main office on weekdays between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at 469-252-5200.