Will I be accepted at Travis Park Church?
Our commitment to unconditional love means that we welcome and affirm without judgment ALL people. Yes, we mean all races, nationalities, ages, genders, marital states, and sexual orientations. We also hope you know that you don’t have to “fit in” to belong here.

What is worship like?
Sunday in-person worship begins at 9:45 am. Worship is live-streamed and recorded. Wear what you feel comfortable in. We usually are finished around 11:00 am. During worship time we will sing praise music and traditional hymns, pray together, hear a sermon, pass the peace, and take communion. If you do not wish to pass the peace, simply remain seated and feel the peace of Christ in your heart. Communion is open to all and only juice is served (no alcohol).

Where should I park?
For your first visit, park in our small surface lot right next to the church for free! Our congregants park in the Travis Park Plaza Garage at 213 E Travis Street (we no longer validate the St. Mary’s Parking Garage) and we will validate your parking for up to 5 hours. Please visit the Welcome Desk or see a church staff member and present your parking ticket to receive validation. We have a drop off zone on Travis Street right in front of the church entrance.

What time should I arrive?
9:00 am is a great time to arrive. It gives you plenty of time to park, find your way, get coffee, and get your kids checked in if you have them. We start worship at 9:45 am. Running late? That’s ok. Being late to church is not a big deal here and if you are shy, you can enter at the back of the Sanctuary.

Where do I enter the actual church? 
Our main doors are open on Travis Street. Look for the set of four doors and the purple welcome sign! Our tower doors and the doors along Navarro Street are not open at this time. There are two entrances to the Sanctuary, one in the front and one in the back. We have folks available who will show you were to go.

What do I do if I have questions?
Visit the Welcome Desk! As soon as you come in our doors and walk up the first set of small stairs on Sunday morning, you will be in McNees Hall. The volunteers at the Welcome Desk will be happy to answer questions and show you around!

We have a gun-free, alcohol-free and smoke free campus.
On January 18, 2016, the Church Council of Travis Park United Methodist Church approved a policy prohibiting both the open carrying and concealed carrying of firearms on church property. We are an alcohol and smoke-free campus. Juice is served at communion.

Children & Families
We have programs for children before, during and after worship, and programs for youth after worship.

Children’s Ministry >
Youth Ministry >

Hospitality Table
After worship, you are invited to the first floor Labyrinth Room for coffee and a time for connection with one another before Sunday School classes begin.

Sunday School Hour
On most Sundays beginning at 11:15 am, we have groups and classes for children, youth, and adults.

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Questions? We’re here for you. We know it can be overwhelming to find a church. Send us an email at and we will do our best to help get your questions answered, get you connected, and help you find a place to belong and thrive within our community.

Our children, youth, and discipleship ministries are growing. We are known for our proactive stance on matters of social justice and human rights. You will discover many ways to get involved in our body of work if you choose to do so. Corazón Ministries, the Methodist Federation for Social Action, Reconciling Ministries Network, Texas Coalition Against the Death Penalty, and more provide an active platform for you to serve and engage.

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