The Parks Church Frisco is a plant from The Parks Church Family of Churches. The Parks churches plant autonomous churches, not multi-site campuses. While many of the churches we plant will have The Parks Church name, all Parks churches share several things:



The DNA of our churches are found in what we call our Family Traits: Gospel, Community, Serving, Discipleship, Missional. Each of our churches carries these traits in the context of their local community.



Each Parks Church maintains the vision to be biblical-based, gospel-centered, and community-focused churches with the heart to start new churches. We believe that each church should be a size where people can know each other and be known. Our goal is that every person plays a role in the work of the church. Each church strives to reach its city one neighborhood at a time through genuine relationships, evangelism, and discipleship. 



Each leadership team is in relationship with the others. This is designed to ensure healthy accountability and encouragement as each team leads the local church where they are. We believe the healthiest leaders are those who are part of a strong support system. We believe the healthiest churches are those are part of something bigger than just themselves.


Our Mission

The Parks Church is a family of local churches that exist to glorify God by gathering communities of people for the purpose of loving their city and seeing the Gospel transform lives, all because of Jesus Christ.

The Church is the only place on earth where rich and poor, male and female, and young and old, from every generation and of every color are brought together by one commonality– belonging to Jesus Christ. Because we belong to him, we belong to each other. But as you can imagine, unity within diversity does not come naturally or automatically. We need a place to belong and work out our doubts and sins and faith in the rhythms of regular confession, repentance, and prayer for one other. It is within this context that the Holy Spirit accomplishes “building us together into a dwelling place for God” (Eph. 2:2).


  • Expository Teaching

  • Gospel-centeredness

  • Missional Evangelism

  • Emphasis on Discipleship

  • Biblical Community as a family

  • Serving our community

  • Global & cross-cultural Missions

  • Planting new churches that are committed to planting churches