Updated September 3, 12 P.M.

RSVP for a Weekend Service

Preston Trail will regather in person at both our Frisco & McKinney campuses on September 27. Until that time, you can worship with us online each weekend at or through the Preston Trail app for your phone or smart TV.

Our most recent cleaning and safety protocols are:
  • A touchless experience on campus
  • Additional hand sanitizing stations throughout the building
  • Areas where people meet are regularly sanitized
  • Social distancing protocols are in place
  • Masks are required upon entry to the building, but may be removed once seated in the Worship Center

What about my Kids/students?

With careful planning, we’re excited to open our Next Gen ministry across all of our campuses! Here is a list of available programming as we regather beginning September 27.

  • Birth through grade 5 environments will be open during all adult weekend services. Since adult service numbers will be limited via our RSVP system, attendance in our Next Gen environments will naturally be smaller too.
    • Early Childhood kids will remain with their class—avoiding exposure to kids in other rooms—for the duration of the adult service.
    • Elementary students will practice social distancing in small groups within their environment—minimizing exposure to other groups in the same room.

Preston Trail Student Ministry
  • The WKND (Middle School) - Open during all adult weekend services in Frisco and at the 11:15 a.m. service in McKinney.
  • Sunday Night Live (Middle and High School) – Our worship and small group experience on Sunday nights, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. in the main worship center.

Next Gen Online

Like our redesigned weekend services, we’re taking additional steps to keep our environments safe (and fun) for your family. Find our protocols below. 

Weekday Building Usage

During this season, our buildings are open for limited use at selected times. If you are unsure about the status of a group or event and need more information, please reach out to We are asking everyone who enters one of our campus buildings to social distance and wear a face covering while inside.