When you arrive for one of our Sunday morning or evening
services, look for the City Life Parking Sign and follow it into the
parking lot located directly adjacent to our building at the
intersection of Texas and Florence St.

Metered street parking is free on weekends and after 6pm on

There are Several “monthly contract” parking lots that surround
the City Life building. City Life does not own these parking lots.
Parking in these lots is not recommended.

For a map of available parking click this button:

Q. I am nervous about attending church, what is it like there?

A. The people of City Life are often described as lively,
authentic, welcoming, and happy. The congregation is a
diverse representation of Fort Worth with all ages, ethnicities,
and religious backgrounds.

Q. What is the Children’s Ministry like?

A. Safety for children is a top priority of City Life. There are
security cameras in place and all volunteers have mandatory
background checks and interviews. Also, a Fort Worth
Police Officer is on duty to ensure everyone’s safety. There is
a cohesive check-in/check-out procedure with name badges
to ensure safety for each child.

Q. What is the music like?

A. The music is energetic and lively. Many people have been
initally attracted by the music. If it is too loud, there are
earplugs made available each week.

Q. What is the pastor like?

A. Pastor Tim preaches a passionate, practical, life giving,
Jesus focused message. He believes in building people up
and sharing the “good news” of Jesus. Tim’s messages are all
inclusive, tailored for all ages, ethnicities, and genders.

Q. Where is the front door?

A. Enter in through either of the doors that say entrance on
them located in the middle of the building underneath the
City Life Sign. If you have children, a host will
help you find the City Kid’s Check-In.

Q. I am nervous about visiting church, what is it like there?

A. Many describe City Life as feeling like “home”.
The music is great and the people are friendly!