Who We Are

The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has deep roots in Texas- particularly in the fertile farm and ranchland along the historic Trinity and Brazos Rivers. The Trinity Brazos Area today includes more than 50 congregations, north, from Wichita Falls and, south, to Cameron. We are blessed to share ministry with each other! We know that when our time and talents come together to serve our neighbors, the church gives glory to God. 

We are Disciples of Christ, a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world. As a part of the one body of Christ, we welcome all to the Lord's Table as God has welcomed us. 

Our Happenings

Updates from the Trinity Brazos Area

Upcoming Summer Camps! 

Disciples Crossing Athens, TX 


(NEW)Young Adult Camp- May 15-18 (one year out of high school-25)


Discovery Camp- May 19-21 (1st and 2nd grade with a parent)

Grand Camp  – May 26-28 (ages 4-10 with a grandparent)

Family Camp 1 – June 2-4 (ages 0 to 18 with an adult relative)

Family Camp 2 – August 11-13 (ages 0-18 with an adult relative)

JYF 1 – July 3-7 (Grades 3-5 and children attend on their own)

JYF 2 – July 31-August 4 (Grades 3- 5 and children attend on their own)


Adventure Camp – June 7-10 (Grades 6 to 12)

Niner's Youth Conference - June 12-17 (Grade 9)

CYF Conference – June 19-24 (Grades 10-12)

Chi Rho 1 – June 19-24 (Grades 6-7)

Eighter’s Youth Conference – June 25-July 1 (Grade 8)

(NEW) ADDaM Camp - June 25-July 1 (Grade 9-12)

Chi Rho 2 – July 17-22 (Grades 6-7)

(NEW) Water Sports Camp – July 24-27 (Grades 6-12)

Trinity-Brazos Area Assembly

Living into the "Unity of Christ" Ephesians 4:12

May 7, 2017 3pm-7pm 

Riverside Disciples Ministry Center, 1000 Bonnie Brae Ave. Fort Worth TX 76111 

Speaker: Rev. Cherisna Jean-Marie


Many Identities, One Faith

"Journeying With Jesus Towards a Just Community," this is an interactive workshop on intersectional identities from the viewpoint of anti-racism training. Galileo Church and the Trinity-Brazos Area of the Southwest Region of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) are co-sponsors. 

All are Welcome and Encouraged to attend this event! 
April 29th @ 10am-2:30pm
Address: Big Red Barn, 5860 Interstate-20 Access Rd., Fort Worth TX 76140

Lunch will be served during the workshop. Donations of $8-10 are appreciated to help cover food costs. Let us know if you need vegetarian, lactose-free, or gluten-free options. RSVPs will be extremely helpful in our planning! RSVP by going to the Facebook event (click on the photo to the left or the following link) or by emailing info@galileochurch.org

We're not planning on babysitting for such a long event; older kids are welcome to work on their own projects in the G-Kids room while we convene.

More about Sandhya Jha: 

Sandhya Jha serves as founder and director of the Oakland Peace Center, a collective of 40 organizations creating access, equity and dignity for all in the Bay Area of California. Sandhya's commitments to interfaith and interracial work were shaped by her Scottish (Presbyterian) mother and Indian (Hindu) father. Ordained in 2005 as a Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) minister, she received both a Masters of Divinity and Master of Public Policy degrees from the University of Chicago.

Sandhya is the author of *Room at the Table*, the history of people of color in the Disciples of Christ; and *Pre-Post-Racial America: Spiritual Stories from the Front Lines* on the subject of race and spirituality in America. *Pre-Post-Racial America* was listed as one of the top five books on race and religion in 2015 by Publishers Weekly. She serves as an anti-racism/anti-oppression trainer with Reconciliation Ministries for the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). 

Our Ministry Team

These are the people who make it happen

Area Minister of Nurture
Rev. Christy Drechsel was born in San Diego, California, but moved to Texas when she was 2. Since all of…
Area Minister of Connection
Rev. Dr. Christine K. Chenoweth is the new Area Minister of Connection!  If you have any questions about search and…
Area Ministry Assistant
Nathaniel Cook studied Instrumental Music Performance and LGBTQ Studies at Chapman University. While living and going to school, Nathaniel worked…

Where we are located

Contact us

Address: 1000 Bonnie Brae Ave. Fort Worth TX 76111

Phone: 817.831.4442

Email: tba@ccsw.org

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