Welcome to Prestoncrest!
New Here? Welcome!
Click PLAY to hear a special welcome message from Dr. Gordon Dabbs. Prestoncrest members hail from OVER 100 DIFFERENT ZIP CODES around the Metroplex. It's family. It's friends. It's a place to call home. FIND YOURSELF HERE. Join us this Sunday - we'd love to meet you!
First Time Here?
Prestoncrest is a dynamic family of believers of Jesus Christ in the heart of Dallas, Texas. If you are able to join us in person, you’re likely to find someone here a lot like yourself. We are a diverse community focused on following Jesus in discipleship. All ages and life stages are welcome! We view Dallas as our mission field and we believe that God has put us here for a reason, and He has big plans for this congregation. Our primary focus: Passion for God & Compassion for People. Want to know more? Check us out here... or better yet, join us in person! Come learn more about Jesus. Find your ministry. Come grow your faith. FIND YOURSELF HERE. We look forward to meeting you!
What time do you begin? What should I wear? Are there classes? Do you offer live-streaming? Discover the answers to these questions and more.
What We Believe
We ground our beliefs on the Bible, the inspired Word of God, and worship the God revealed through scripture: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
From birth through 6th grade, our fun and engaging Bible-based programs share Jesus, His story, and how to love and follow Him.
PCYG / Youth Group
For 7th-12th graders, our relevant, interactive, and fun classes and groups teach our teens more about Jesus and His love for them.
Meet Our Ministers & Staff
Our ministers & staff strive to create a safe, caring, welcoming place where everyone can have the opportunity to seek Jesus and be encouraged.
Meet Our Elders & Deacons
Our elders and deacons give their time, hearts, and energy each week to help make this a safe, welcoming place that feels like "home."
Sat, Oct 22
3rd Annual Golf Scramble
Tue, Oct 25
Telling The Story: Conference on Evangelism & Church Growth
Fri, Feb 03 12:00 am - Mon, Feb 06 12:00 am
Grow at Prestoncrest
Bible classes at Prestoncrest are more than a place of learning. They are a place of belonging, service, and prayer. Our large variety of classes for adults, as well as for kids and students, provide the opportunity to find an ideal fit. Sharing life, celebrating victories, and supporting each another are just a few of the key ingredients that make each class feel like family. Join us as we grow our faith together through the study of God’s Word. Find a class that's just right for you!
Small groups are places of involvement, growth and ministry. Relationships are formed and strengthened. People are introduced to Jesus, and get to know Him better. Lives are changed! Prestoncrest is excited to offer a large variety of groups for adults and families that meet in a variety of locations across the metroplex. Students in grades 7-12 also have groups geared just for them during the school year. No matter your age or life stage, there's a group for you!
Are you a seasoned Christian, looking for something deeper? Is your heart ready for a more in-depth study of the scripture and how it can further impact your heart and your life? Spiritual formation is not an event, a retreat, a book, or a class. It is a life-long process of internal change that takes place in solitude, community and service. It is God’s work... but requires our participation. Explore the variety of opportunities available to grow your walk with Jesus.
Latest Series • Sundays @ 8:30am & 10:45am
Lessons from The Sermon on the Mount
People talk a lot these days about “living your best life.” The one person in history who actually pulled it off was Jesus Christ. In his Sermon on the Mount, Jesus revealed how we, also, can live our best life. Dr. Gordon Dabbs shares how to apply Jesus’ extraordinary teachings to life. Decide to listen to Jesus and start living your best life!
Latest Series • Sundays @ 6pm
A Study of 1st & 2nd Peter
Today's world is filled with hopelessness and despair. The first century world was also burdened with a tragic outlook on life. Nevertheless, when the apostle Peter wrote to the early church who was facing unending persecution and enduring unimaginable suffering, he reminded them that as followers of Jesus, they were not shackled by hopelessness, but they were freed by hope. Specifically, a "living hope" that never perishes, spoils, or fades. Join us for this Sunday evening series as Dr. Gordon Dabbs and Jacob Hawk lead us through a journey of discovering and defining the church's everlasting hope.