We meet Saturdays at 5:00 p.m. at 1120 North Garland Avenue in Garland, Texas (we share the building with Freeman Heights Baptist Church). Our worship gatherings are modern, engaging, and casual. Wear clothes that are comfortable for you and feel free to participate (or not) in whatever capacity you choose. We are a friendly church and love getting to know our guests. 



Our Saturday evening service is a time to rest and reflect on God. Our worship team leads us in songs that are a response to who God is and what he has done. We spend time praying together and hearing a message about Jesus from the Bible. Our hope is to communicate in such a way that connects with our everyday lives. 

We take bread and wine (Communion or The Lord’s Supper) together each week as a way to remember Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. You can listen to our most recent sermons here or contact us if you have any questions. We’d love for you join us. 

We offer safe, age-appropriate childcare, teaching and activities for babies and children in the ARK. Look for the sign in the main parking lot that says "Kids Check-in Here" (see the map below). Elementary-age children begin their time singing with us in our worship gathering. It's a great opportunity to worship together. 

Children are also welcome to stay in our worship gathering in the main building if your family is more comfortable sticking together. Our greeters can provide coloring pages to keep little ones busy. 

Middle school and high school students have a special time together before (and sometimes after) the service. 

Please see our dedicated pages for kids and students.



We gather every Saturday at 5:00 p.m. at Freeman Heights Baptist Church, 1120 N. Garland Ave. Garland, TX 75040. Most people park in the lot behind the building and enter through the side entrance where you will find greeters outside before the service. Infants and preschool children can be signed-in at the ARK.

We are not a part of Freeman Heights Baptist Church, but we do partner with them in many ways to love the neighborhood we share. We feel this reinforces the truth that the church is a people rather than a building. It is about unity in the body of Christ – not about our differences. This arrangement also frees us to give as much as possible toward the needs of our neighbors and to substantially support kingdom work all over the world.