Updated May 19, 8:30 a.m.
Weekend Services Update:
In light of the Governor’s recent rollout of the plan to reopen Texas, we’re so excited about the prospect of gathering together again soon. Our staff leadership team has been having similar conversations for the last few weeks, and we want to plan wisely, knowing much is at stake.
While we made a quick pivot to online services many weeks ago, it turns out making the shift back to meeting in person is going to take a bit more time, and careful planning. We want to put the right measures in place so that we can protect the health and wellbeing of every member of our Preston Trail family as much as possible.
Through May 24, we will continue online-only services.
Join us in person for one of our test services on Sunday, May 31. These services are RSVP-only and will include health and safety protocols in line with current CDC and government recommendations.
Our desire has been to communicate with you in clear and timely ways as we transitioned to being one church in many living rooms. Now that we are transitioning back to one church in three locations—Frisco, McKinney, and online—we will keep you updated with our plans to reopen as soon as they become available.
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Weekday Building Usage:
During this season, our building remains closed during the week, with groups, events and activities moved online, on hiatus, or postponed. If you are unsure about the status of a group or event and need more information, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
What about my kids/students?
We want to help during this challenging season so you can make the most of this unexpected time with your kids and help them stay connected to God, each other and the church. Download our app or visit prestontrail.org/nextgen for helpful content and more:
For kids: Each week on Friday, we post updated content on this page for preschool and elementary kids, including age appropriate worship, teaching, and family discussion questions.
For students: Be sure your middle or high school students are following our Preston Trail Student Ministry (PTSM) social media accounts for connection and help, including daily YouTube content.
So many people are hurting right now. How can we help?
Be a good neighbor during this time of crisis. Our local partners are working hard to supply those those in need with non-perishable food items, diapers, formula and wipes. If you are interested in donating, please directly contact one of our partners to find out how to make a monetary donation. Check out this page to join our Good Neighbor team.
As this unique and unexpected season creates hardship for many within our church family as well as our community, we encourage those who are able to give generously, so the needs of those in crisis may be met. As the Apostle Paul says in 2 Corinthians 8:14, "At the present time your plenty will supply what they need, so that in turn their plenty will supply what you need."
General Ministry Fund: This is the fund that fuels the engine of our mission on a daily, ongoing basis.
Benevolence Fund: This fund supports the unusual, short-term financial needs of our Preston Trail family and North Texas neighbors that cannot otherwise be met due to circumstances like job loss or health issues, and issues specifically related to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.