Update on Reopening


We are excited to continue reopening Trinity Fellowship Church with our phased plan! This detailed plan to open our doors is in accordance with our government's health and safety guidelines and recommendations.

We are so excited to be connecting in our church buildings again, including onsite Sunday services beginning Sunday, May 31! We want you to know that it is safe to come to church, and your health and safety is of utmost importance to us. Here are some of the steps we are taking to ensure this.

  • Practice strict physical distancing of 6 feet
  • Follow regular disinfecting protocols
  • Provide hand sanitizing stations throughout the building
  • Dream Team leaders and staff will wear masks

We will follow a phased reopening plan, while monitoring the situation and making any updates if necessary.

Phase III (100% capacity) - present - until further notice


Family Worship & Prophetic Nights

  • Wednesdays at 7pm at every campus (no childcare available)
  • Family Worship & Prophetic Nights are a place for your whole family to come encounter Holy Spirit through an extended worship and prophetic service!
  • Families can sit together with two empty seats on either side of them.


Onsite Sunday services will continue with 100% capacity with physical distancing.

  • Visit TFC.org/Campuses for services times near you.
  • Children's ministry available for birth - 6th grade with extended time between services to allow for disinfecting protocols.
  • We will take communion every week as we have begun in this season, and during this time, communion will be handed out by masked and gloved DT members as families walk into the auditoriums.
  • Digital weekend services (Church Online) on Sunday at 9am & 11am on all our platforms.
  • Groups will begin meeting onsite July 11.

In accordance with Governor Abbott's executive order GA-18, we encourage individuals who are “65 or older, especially those with chronic lung disease; moderate to severe asthma; chronic heart disease; severe obesity; diabetes; chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis; liver disease; or weakened immune systems” to remain at home and participate in all activities via digital platforms (Family Worship & Prophetic Nights will be available on all digital platforms during the Wednesday night service time).

We encourage any individual who has new or worsening signs of possible COVID-19 to stay home and participate via digital platforms.

Please check back for updates as we will monitor the situation and the ongoing recommendations given by local and state government. If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at communications@tfc.org.

We continue to pray for you and everyone affected by COVID-19. We are excited to see what God will do in this new season, and we'll see you soon!

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