Frequently asked questions

Curious what Preston Trail is all about? Here are answers to some common questions.

What denomination is Preston Trail?

Preston Trail is a non-denominational, Bible-believing community of people who are focused on helping people find and follow Jesus Christ.

Preston Trail is part of the Willow Creek Association (WCA).
WCA is a not-for-profit ministry with more than 10,000 Member Churches from 90 denominations and 35 countries. They represent a wide variety of sizes, denominations and backgrounds, and are ministering in literally every corner of the world. As they pursue their own unique, God-given vision for ministry in their community, Member Churches confirm a shared commitment to Christ and a passion for reaching lost people.

Is Preston Trail a “seeker church”?

If by “seeker church” you mean one that compromises or waters down the message of the gospel, then Preston Trail is certainly not a seeker church. But if by “seeker church” you mean a group of people who have a laser focus to be like Jesus in giving up our preferences, desires and comfort in order to share God’s grace in a way that allows people who are far from God to hear it and relate to it and respond to it in a life-transforming way—then yes, Preston Trail is definitely a seeker church!

What activities do you offer for kids?

We offer engaging, relevant programming for kids through 5th grade at all service times. Not yet ready to join us in person? Your kids can still watch our amazing TrailKids services online. Download the Preston Trail app to watch today!

Parents, looking for a way to continue the conversation at home during the week? Fresh, actionable content specific to what your child is learning is updated on our app each week.
In addition to weekend programming in person and online, we offer summer camps and other special events for kids and families throughout the year.

What activities do you offer for middle and high school students?

Preston Trail Student Ministry (PTSM) is focused on helping students find and follow Jesus Christ. We offer weekend programming for middle and high school students.

  • Middle School Mornings – During our 9:15 and 11 a.m. services, middle school students meet in The Rail for Middle School Mornings, where we have fun activities, worship, a message and small groups. 
  • High School Home Groups – High school students are invited to join a small group that meets within homes across north Texas. There will be multiple options including location, time and type of group (co-ed, girls, guys, etc.). Learn more.

Visit our Next Gen page for more information and don't forget to follow us on social media for programming updates, helpful information for parents and event updates.

In addition to weekly programming, we also offer middle and high school summer camps, our popular High Def student conference and other special events for students throughout the year. Check out events page for more details.

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How do I become a member?

At Preston Trail you don’t have to be a “member” to get a sense of belonging. Our whole church is designed to make it easy for people to belong in meaningful ways. Joining a group is one of the fastest ways to feel part of Preston Trail. You can also sign up to serve somewhere in the church, which is another way to meet friends.

These are just a few examples of the ways you may belong at Preston Trail without being a “member.” Our feeling is, if you come here, you belong here!

How can I get involved?

There are lots of ways to get involved at Preston Trail! Consider joining a group, serving in the church or serving your community through the Community Serve Team. Whatever you decide, we would love to help you identify your right next step. Let us know how we can help!