When are applications due?

  • Most residents apply at the start of the year, raise support over the summer, and begin the program in August. Applications are closed from August-December and will reopen January 1 of each year. We do, however, make some exceptions to this, so feel free to email with questions and interest at any time!

Do residents work full or part time?

  • The residency can be part or full time, although most of our residents serve in a full-time capacity.

What areas of the church do you have positions open for the residency right now?

  • We have residents that serve in every area of our church, from college & youth ministry to worship & adult ministry. Roles can also be flexible based on your future goals and areas that you would like to be developed as well. Reach out the the Associate Residency Director about what specific roles are open currently.

What will my schedule look like as a resident?

  • Every resident work with a specific staff team within the church and much of their weekly schedule will be determined by that team’s staff meetings & ministry events. However, each resident can expect to work a 40hr work week with flexible hours as many ministry events happen outside of the typical 9-5. Residents will also regularly gather with other residents for trainings and development.

Is the residency a paid position?

  • Yes! You will support raise your salary and upon being accepted to the program will receive training and coaching on how to do this.

Why do you have Residents support raise?

  • We have several reasons for asking our residents to raise support. First, we believe that raising financial support is rooted in Scripture. There are countless examples in the Bible from the Old Testament to the New of individuals and groups being financially supported by the community of faith to do the works of the ministry. While some individuals may receive their support from a church congregation, many others receive their support through the generous partnership of individual believers. As a Resident, you are not only raising money, you are developing a ministry support team that will be praying for you and involved in what God is doing through you in a very significant way! Developing this team helps individuals in our church and other churches participate in the joy and fruit of ministry.
  • Finally, support raising gives our Residents an opportunity to grow in his her her faith, seeing and experiencing God’s provision in a unique and special way. While this may seem like a daunting task, we have seen the Lord use it over and over again over the past decade to help Residents grow in their faith and trust in Christ!

Where do residents live?

  • Residents live throughout the Fort Worth area, often choosing to rent houses or apartments with other Doxology residents or young adults in our congregation. Residents are responsible for finding their own housing.

This is all great, but I have more questions before I apply. What should I do?

  • Email Helen Weitman, our Associate Residency Director with any questions you have. She would love to hear from you! hweitman@doxology.church

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Monday, June 10- Thursday, June 13

9:00 am

💥 Explosion is our biggest kid's ministry event of the year!💥 All kids entering Kindergarten-5th grade are invited to our biggest event of the year! Explosion is a VBS experience packed with worship, games, and learning a whole lot about Jesus. Kids who attend will have the opportunity to grow deeper in their faith and learn more about the Gospel.



Youth Serve Camp

Monday, June 24 - 28

9:00 am

This year our students (completed 6th - completed 12th) will be heading out to the SERVE Mission Camp put on by Generate in Siloam Springs, Arkansas at John Brown University. Our students will be serving the local community through mission projects and evangelism. Each day will include fun free time activities and events, as well as start and end with worship, teaching, and discussion with our group and fellow campers. Departure times are still TBD. Housing and food will be provided in the dorms of the JBU for the whole camp. The trip will be supervised by Doxology Youth staff, and select Youth Ministry volunteers. Cost - A $100 Deposit Locks In Your Rate, Balance Due In June! Super Early Bird Rate - $425 through November 15th Early Bird Rate - $450 through January 1st Regular Rate - $495 Until All Spots are Filled The cost includes everything for the week except for 1 meal on the way and any snacks or items students would like to purchase while at camp.




July 29 – August 1

6:00 pm

Come and be a part of our BIGGEST youth event of the year! STAMPEDE is going to be incredible this year with Over-the-top games, worship, snacks, teaching, and time with old and new friends! We are excited for this week to be filled with a HOLY ROAR that will echo into the new school year, in halls and classrooms throughout the city!! Doors open nightly at 6:00pm for registration and check-in. The evening ends at 9:30pm. If you have any questions, please email Nolan Rapp (nrapp@doxology.church) Rachael Coffey (rcoffey@doxology.church).



Discover Doxology


10:25 am

New to Doxology and wanting to learn more about how to get connected? Looking for a place to serve? Interested in membership? Discover Doxology is a three week class on Sunday mornings that will allow you to discover more about Doxology and our vision and consider ways where you can connect with our church. Click the "Register" button to see upcoming session dates.



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