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COVID Cases Update

We will post updates here regularly about any known COVID cases related to our campuses.

September 7
North Fort Worth Campus

Someone in our Gateway Kids birth through one-year-old classroom during Community Night on Tuesday, September 7, at the North Fort Worth Campus tested positive for COVID In the coming days, please monitor your family’s health, check for any symptoms, and contact your doctor if needed.


Your health and safety are our top priority, and as we host in-person services, children’s ministry, and special events, we will continue working to create a safe environment for everyone who comes. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact us.

For more information about our in-person services, see our In-Person FAQ.


January 11,

COVID Cases Update

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We will post updates here regularly about any known COVID cases related to our campuses.

January 2
Southlake Campus | Kids Weekend Services

Someone in the kids’ area of our campus on January 2 serving in the Buddy Boats Green room tested positive for COVID We have emailed those who were in attendance to encourage them to monitor for any symptoms and seek medical attention if needed.

January 9
North Fort Worth Campus | Kids Weekend Services
Someone in the kids’ area on January 9 serving in the Topsy Turvy room tested positive for COVID We have emailed those who were in attendance to encourage them to monitor for any symptoms and seek medical attention if needed.

January 10
Southlake Campus | Kids Weekend Service

Someone in the kids’ area on January 10 serving in the special needs room tested positive for COVID We have emailed those who were in attendance to encourage them to monitor for any symptoms and seek medical attention if needed.

January 16–17
Southlake Campus | Kids Weekend Service

Someone serving in the in the Tiny Trains room on January 16 (4 pm service) and January 17 (9 am service) tested positive for COVID We have emailed those who were in attendance to encourage them to monitor for any symptoms and seek medical attention if needed.


Your health and safety are our top priority, and as we carefully host in-person services, children’s ministry, and special events, we will continue to physically distance, encourage masks, and sanitize our campuses. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact us.

For more information about our in-person services, see our In-Person FAQ.


January 6,

In-Person Children’s Ministry

Children’s ministry for 5th and 6th grade kids is back at our campuses for weekend services! Weekly registration is required and opens Mondays at 9 am. Learn more and register.


January 2,

COVID Cases Update

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We will post updates here regularly about any known COVID cases related to our campuses.

December 26–27
Grand Prairie Campus | Kids Weekend Services
We were recently informed that someone serving in the kids’ area (Flying Ferris Wheel room) tested positive for COVID We have emailed those who were in attendance to encourage them to monitor for any symptoms and seek medical attention if needed.

Your health and safety are our top priority, and as we carefully host in-person services, children’s ministry, and special events, we will continue to physically distance, encourage masks, and sanitize our campuses. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact us.

For more information about our in-person services, see our Reopening FAQ.


November 30,

In-Person Children’s Ministry

Children’s ministry (birth through fourth grade) is offered in person during weekend services. Registration is required, so be sure to save your spot. We can’t wait to see you!


November 27,

Jackson Hole Campus | Online Only November 29,

Due to a rise of COVID cases in the area, the Jackson Hole Campus will be having church online only on Sunday, November We love you and are praying God’s protection over our community. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact us!


November 24,

In-Person Children’s Ministry

Children’s ministry for kids five and under is currently available, and elementary children's ministry will be available starting the weekend of December 5 and 6. Registration is required, so be sure to save your spot. We can’t wait to see you!


October 28,

COVID Cases Update

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Your health and safety are a top priority. We will post updates here regularly about any known COVID cases related to our campuses.

November 10–12
Gateway Network Pastors Event | Rough Creek Lodge in Glen Rose

One person on site at this event tested positive for COVID We have contacted those in attendance to encourage them to monitor for any symptoms and seek medical attention if needed.

November 7–8 
North Fort Worth Campus | Kids Weekend Services

We were recently informed that someone serving in the kids’ area (specifically the Tiny Trains Green Room) tested positive for COVID We have emailed those who were in attendance to encourage them to monitor for any symptoms and seek medical attention if needed. We have sanitized the kids' area as well as the entire campus, and it is now safe for public use.

If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact us.

For more information about our in-person services, check out our Reopening FAQ.


September 28,

In-Person Children’s Ministry

We’re excited that children’s ministry for kids five and under is returning to our campuses for weekend services! Learn More.


September 23,

COVID Cases Update

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Your health and safety are a top priority. We will post updates here regularly about any known COVID cases related to our campuses.

September 11
Frisco Campus Students Group
We were recently informed that a person attending a 12th grade girls small group in Prosper tested postive for COVID We have emailed those who were in attendance to encourage them to monitor for any symptoms and seek medical attention if needed. 


August 26,

COVID Cases Update

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Your health and safety are a top priority. We will post updates here regularly about any known COVID cases related to our campuses.

August 19
Dallas Campus Students Event | Churchill Park

We were recently informed that a person attending this event tested postive for COVID If you attended and are showing any symptoms, we encourage you to get medical attention immediately.


August 1,

Weekend Services | Live at All Campuses!

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Exciting news: All our Gateway campuses will begin having weekend services in person again!

This is a big day, and we can’t wait to worship with you! Initially, our service times will be 4 pm on Saturday and 10 am on Sunday, and for your safety, we will be closely following health and government guidelines.

Things to Know Before the Service

  • We will follow Governor Abbott’s state guidelines on physical distancing and sanitization to ensure everyone has a safe space to worship in. See our Reopening FAQ.
  • Please observe physical distancing by keeping two empty seats between seated parties.
  • In-person children’s ministry will not be available. Children are welcome to attend the service with you and encouraged to bring a tablet or mobile device with earbuds to watch their very own Bible lesson at gatewaypeople.com/kids.
  • Please wear a face mask to and from your seat. (You may remove it while seated if you are unable to keep it on during the length of the service.)
  • In addition to our corporate prayer time, we invite you to text PRAYER to to receive personal prayer.
  • Please join us online this week if you’ve had: a fever of  degrees or above, a cough or sore throat, shortness of breath, or contact with anyone confirmed to have COVID (in the past 14 days).

What to Expect

We will continue having our full online experience for those who want to continue worshipping with us from home. But no matter where we gather—in person or online, here or there—we’re Gateway together! #gatewaytogether


June 6,

Reopening Update

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While we’re still planning to meet online through June, we are re-evaluating weekly. Our main consideration is your safety. We want to make sure that when we do come back, we do it in a safe and organized way. Our leadership is praying and strategizing about the best way for us to see each other face to face again, and we can’t wait!

Keep joining online each weekend, and we’ll keep you up to date!

If you need anything at all, text CONNECT to


May 23,

Online-Only Services Through June

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After much prayer and conversation, we have decided to continue meeting online through the month of June. Regulations still encourage social distancing, and we realize that following these regulations would not only significantly reduce the amount of people who can worship with us in person but would make it difficult to have children’s ministry.

We hope you’ll continue to worship with us online each weekend! We have engaging experiences for kids, students, groups, women, and young adults. We also have a service in Spanish and online classes through the Equip Library.

We love you and are here for you! If you need anything at all, text CONNECT to to speak with one of our leaders or share a prayer request.


May 22,

Gateway Student Conference Postponed

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We have spent a lot time in prayer and preparation for the upcoming Gateway Student Conference and have been so excited for you to be here with us. However, in light of the new CDC guidelines and governmental directives, the leadership of Gateway Church has decided to postpone Gateway Student Conference until July

Our team will automatically process your refund. If there are any issues, we’ll reach out to you directly. If you have questions about how or when you’ll receive your refund, check out our FAQ on gatewaystudentconference.com.

We also have some exciting news to share with you! Our team is creating new online experiences to help you grow in your relationship with the Lord and connect with others. We are believing for a huge move of God during these times! For more details, follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.

We love you and are praying for you!

Your Gateway Student Conference Team


May 1,

Gateway Church Reopening Update

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We are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID) situation and will be posting frequent updates here. To receive updates, text CONNECT to

We’re so grateful to the Lord for His continued goodness and divine intervention as He has promised to be with us in all circumstances and situations (see Psalm –3).

While there continue to be challenges related to this global pandemic, we are encouraged as we see many positive signs that we are returning to some form of normalcy. 

This week, Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced there will be a carefully thought-out, methodical process for reopening Texas businesses beginning May 1.  

Many of you have asked, “How does the governor’s recent announcement affect Gateway? When will we begin meeting together again at our campus? When will we get to go to church?”

Our greatest concern is for the safety and well-being of our Gateway family, our guests, and our community. We want to honor and respect our governmental authorities and the advice of noted medical experts as to when it is safe to return to corporate worship. We also want to be cautious as to when we begin meeting in person, so we can avoid any setbacks. 

For now, we plan to continue holding our Gateway services online only through the end of May. We’ll also continue offering engaging online experiences for kids, students, and groups and the Equip Library for online learning. This has worked well and has allowed us to remain safe while still being able to worship and experience God’s presence at home. 

We encourage you to join us online each weekend as Pastor Robert shares his upcoming series that explores biblical answers to tough questions.

We are here for you! If you need anything, simply text CONNECT to to talk with one of our leaders or to share your prayer requests.

In the coming weeks, as the situation evolves and regulations change, we will provide additional updates. We pray God continues to give you a spirit of peace, increase your faith, and provide for your every need.

To learn more about how you can stay connected, get involved, or receive help during this time, visit our Connect page.


March 18,

Gateway Services Online Only: Until Further Notice

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Due to continued recommendations from officials and medical professionals, Gateway’s leadership has decided to hold weekend services online only until further notice. Our campuses and offices will be closed, all events will be postponed, and our staff will be working remotely as much as possible.

We’re so grateful for technology that allows us to continue to have church online and know that God will still meet us as we worship together! Our services will air on Saturdays at 4 pm (CT), and can be replayed any time after that.

You can join us at:

We love you and are working tirelessly to offer you opportunities to connect with us and others online, get the help and ministry you need, and walk in peace during this time.

Text UPDATES to  for the most up-to-date information.


March 18,

Men's Summit Postponed

Men's Summit has been postponed. Visit menssummit.com for more information.


March 15,

National Day of Prayer

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Our president has called for a National Day of Prayer today for the coronavirus (COVID) pandemic. One of the definitions in Webster’s Dictionary for the word pandemic is “occurring over a wide geographic area and affecting an exceptionally high proportion of the population.”

I immediately thought about prayer and our National Day of Prayer for this virus. What if we had a pandemic of prayer today? What if we had prayer going on “over a wide geographic area and affecting an exceptionally high proportion of the population”? Let’s do that! Let’s have a pandemic of prayer today!

Let’s pray for those affected by the coronavirus, and let’s pray for their families. And let’s pray for our medical professionals as they search for a cure. Let’s pray for our civic leaders as they make decisions that affect our safety and our health. And most of all, let’s pray for a miracle cure from heaven!

Let’s bombard heaven with a pandemic of prayer today!

–Pastor Robert


March 14,

All Gateway Buildings Closed

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All Gateway events and services at campuses have been canceled until further notice. We’re also encouraging Gateway Groups to pause as well. We are monitoring the situation closely and hope to reschedule soon!

Our Gateway offices will be closed Monday and Tuesday (March 16–17). Then Wednesday through Friday (March 18–20), our staff will be working remotely.

Even though we aren’t physically in the office, we want to connect with you! Join your campus Facebook group to connect with your campus family or submit a prayer request if you need prayer. We love you!


March 13,

An Important Message from Pastor Robert

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Dear Gateway Family,

We have spent a lot of time in prayer and preparation for the upcoming weekend. However, in light of the growing national concerns and precautions many organizations are taking as they pertain to the spread of coronavirus (COVID) and in response to state officials and the declaration by Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins to limit large gatherings, the leadership of Gateway Church has decided not to hold public services this weekend. Instead we will hold our weekend service online only.

This is a great opportunity to gather in your home with your family and worship together as you watch online. Our weekend service will air Saturday, March 14, at 4 pm (CT) and can be replayed any time after that.

You can join us at:

Since health professionals are canceling all essential meetings and asking us to practice social distance, we are canceling all other Gateway events and services at all our campuses until further notice, including Gateway Groups.

For many, the spread of this virus has caused fear and anxiety. Yet we are grateful that the Bible tells us, “God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind” (2 Timothy ). We pray that you would sense God’s peace in the midst of these difficult circumstances. This does not mean we should be careless or reactionary but rather walk in wisdom as we serve the Lord and our community in a way that demonstrates our trust in God and our love for people.

We love you and are praying for you and your families’ continued safety and well-being and for all those who have been affected by this virus. We’re also praying for a cure from heaven and for our medical community as they deal with the impact of this crisis.

Pastor Robert Morris and the Gateway Elders

Text UPDATES to  for the most up-to-date information.


March 12,

Pink Impact Postponed

Pink Impact has been postponed. Visit pinkimpact.com for updates and more information.


March 11,

Gateway Travel Suspended

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With the rapidly developing impact on global travel due to the coronavirus (COVID) and for the overall safety and well-being of our staff and church family, we have decided to suspend all Gateway-sponsored and staff-led international travel for the remainder of March and all of April.

Our purpose for doing this is to help minimize health risks to our congregation and staff and to eliminate potential travel delays and complications in foreign countries. Given the evolving information and overall impact, we will review month by month whether or not to further suspend travel.

For high-risk areas identified by the CDC (China, Iran, Italy, South Korea), we are suspending travel through June.

For more information on affected trips, visit trips.gatewaypeople.com.


March 11,

Congregational Update

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Dear Gateway Members and Guests:
 
With the heightened awareness and public concerns regarding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID) as well as the ongoing seasonal flu virus and common cold, we want to assure you that public health and safety concerns are our highest priority. At all our Gateway facilities, we are very intentional about providing clean, sanitary, and safe environments for people to meet and worship God. We have enhanced our already-thorough cleaning procedures. This includes a comprehensive daily cleaning of all restrooms and various touch points (doorknobs, handles, water faucets, handrails, etc.). In addition, our facilities staff continually cleans throughout and between each service. The children’s classrooms and toys are disinfected after each service by the Gateway Kids staff and volunteers at each campus. 
 
While we realize no public environment is % safe, we take every precaution and safety measure possible and are diligent in our nationally recognized ISSA training procedures with our custodial staff in regard to proper cleaning standards and sanitation.
 
We encourage you to wash your hands frequently and to refrain from simple actions such as shaking hands. Also, if you or your children are ill, please stay home and watch our services online at gatewaypeople.com.
 
Thank you,

Gateway Senior Leadership Team


Sours: https://gatewaypeople.com/updates

Senior Pastor Robert Morris preached from the Gateway Church pulpit in Southlake on Sunday, eight days after attending the so-called “super-spreader” Rose Garden ceremony at the White House on Sept.

In this Sept. 26, , photo President Donald Trump, center, stands with Judge Amy Coney Barrett as they arrive for a news conference to announce Barrett as his nominee to the Supreme Court, in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington. Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie watches from the fourth row on far right. In front of Christie, Pastor Greg Laurie and Prestonwood Baptist Church pastor Jack Graham, right, attended the news conference. Robert Morris, the senior pastor at Gateway Church in Southlake, is pictured in the fourth row on the far left.

Morris was photographed at the ceremony not wearing a mask and seated directly behind Notre Dame President John Jenkins, who was also unmasked and later tested positive for the virus.

A spokesman for the church did not return a phone call for a statement, but told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram via email Tuesday that Morris had tested negative for COVID within the last 10 days.

On Sunday, Morris attended the church’s year anniversary celebration, where he hugged someone onstage and addressed the congregation without wearing a mask.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends anyone exposed to someone who tests positive for the virus quarantine for at least 14 days following the exposure and maintain six feet of social distance from others.

Prestonwood Baptist Church Pastor Jack Graham, 70, was also at the Rose Garden event, and declined to follow medical guidelines despite being in close contact with people who have since tested positive for the coronavirus, telling his Plano congregation, “I am ridiculously healthy.”

At the ceremony, President Donald Trump formally announced his nomination of conservative Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court. Since the event, at least 10 attendees have tested positive for the coronavirus, which causes COVID, including former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who was photographed sitting directly behind Graham. Pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, Calif., was sitting next to Graham and also later tested positive.

In June, Trump visited Gateway, one of the largest and fastest-growing places of worship in the U.S., where he promised to “dominate the streets” amid nationwide civil unrest over the repeated killings of unarmed black men at the hands of police.

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Sours: https://www.dallasnews.com/news/politics//10/07/gateway-church-pastor-preached-in-southlake-after-covidexposure-at-white-house/
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Mask-Free Pastor Holds Service After White House Superspreader Event

SOUTHLAKE, Texas — A Texas megachurch pastor who attended a White House function that has since been labeled a superspreader event held a church service on Sunday and took to the stage without a mask.

Robert Morris, who is the senior pastor of the Dallas-area Gateway Church, attended the Rose Garden ceremony on Sept. 26 for Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.

Several people who attended the Rose Garden ceremony have contracted the virus, including former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christi e and former White House aide Kellyanne Conway. It’s not clear that they were infected during that event.

A representative of the Southlake church told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram via email on Tuesday that Morris had taken a COVID test that came back negative in the last 10 days.

“Pastor Robert‘s medical procedures, his medical history and all possible medical issues & precautions are a private matter. If he chooses to release any of his private medical information I will let you know,” the email said.

Pictures from the event show Morris didn’t wear a mask while he was seated directly behind Notre Dame President John Jenkins, who tested positive for the coronavirus less than a week after the event. Jenkins also did not wear a mask.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that people who come in close contact with somebody who has COVID should quarantine for two weeks.

The church’s representative said it was in its fifth weekend of in-person services and was following state COVID guidelines.

Morris spoke for a few minutes and did not address his health on Sunday. The people who attended the service were socially distanced, but few wore masks.

Sours: https://spectrumlocalnews.com/tx/san-antonio/news//10/09/mask-free-pastor-holds-service-after-white-house-superspreader-event

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