North Dallas location in 1977. The
Plano campus is the largest, at 140
acres. The Church focuses on excellence,
evangelism, engagement, expansion,
encouragement, and equipping people to
live a Christian life.
6. Gateway Church
700 Blessed Way, Southlake
With the help of pastors at Trinity Fellowship Church in Amarillo Texas, Pastor
Robert Morris started this Bible-based,
evangelistic church in 2000. In just 13
years, the church gained a total of 24,000
members at 5 campuses across the Southwestern United States. Nearly half of
those members call the DFW area home.
7. First Baptist Church of Dallas
1707 San Jacinto Street, Dallas
First Baptist is one of the largest Baptist
churches in the Dallas with a congregation of 11,000. They are considered
the nation’s first modern mega church.
Their ministries focus on four strategies:
worship, equip, serve, and influence, and
include Discipleship University, missions,
celebration and contemporary worship,
a care ministry, and GriefShare, just to
name a few.
8. Lake Pointe Baptist
701 Interstate 30, Rockwall
The Lake Point Baptist church believes
that salvation is for those who trust
in Jesus and their Lord and Savior.
Members are encouraged to work
together to share Christ with others and
support each other on their individual
9. Covenant Church
2660 E. Trinity Mills Road, Carrollton
Senior Pastors Mike and Kathy Hayes
started Covenant Church in 1976 and
now have nearly 10,000 members and
several campuses throughout North
Texas. Covenant celebrates nearly
40 years of strengthening families
and communities while encouraging
passionate worship of Jesus Christ.
10. Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship
1808 W. Camp Wisdom Rd., Dallas
Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship was established in 1976 by Dr. Tony Evans, one of
the most respected evangelical leaders in
the country. Oak Cliff strives to create a
culture consistent with God’s Kingdom
by building “skill of hand and integrity of heart,” ministry excellence, and
11. Inspiring Body of Christ Church
7701 S. Westmoreland Ave., Dallas
Inspirational Body of Christ was
founded in 1980 with just 150 members.
The church’s motto is “Follow Me, and
I will make you fishers of men,” and
Pastor Rickie. G Rush uses this as a
metaphor for creating a world of united
Christians from diverse backgrounds.