Sunday Services

Sunday Services Online

All the resources you need to take the Sunday morning worship experience into your home are right here.

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Live Stream

We'd love to have you join us online for Sunday services! We offer identical, simultaneous streams on the following platforms. If an issue arrives with the platform you've chosen, please try another one.

Give Online

As the Spirit leads you to give to Bent Tree during this season, you can do so online.


Contact a Pastor

If you need to contact a pastor, please reach out to the Community Pastor you normally talk with. You can see our list of community pastors on our staff page, or email Matt Smith at to help locate your pastor.

Lord, Teach Us to Pray | Current Series

Current Sermon Series

In our current circumstances of social distancing, a falling economy, and an uncertain future we are focusing our minds attention and hearts affection to Jesus through prayer. Prayer is how we take our human experience to an eternal God. This isn’t a God that is distant or withdrawn. He is in us, with us, and has us. It is in our prayers that Jesus reminds us that we can be certain in him.

Watch all sermons in this series

Sunday Morning Resources for Families

Bring BT Kids home on Sundays with everything you need to have Kids Ministry at your house. There is a 30-minute BT Lil' Kids Worship Experience video, which you can set up for them to watch during the sermon portion of Sunday's service or at a later time, depending on what is best for your family. You can also access the BT Big Kids Worship Experience for your elementary kids. Here's what you'll have each week:

  • Lil' Kids Worship Experience with familiar Bent Tree faces
  • Parent Guide for Lil' Kids to accompany the Worship Experience videos with simple activities and discussion questions
  • Big Kids Worship Experience with familiar Bent Tree faces
  • Start the Conversation questions for Lil' Kids and Big Kids that help connect the Bible story to their lives