Gateway Church

Gateway’s Vision is to see people saved, healed, set free, discipled, equipped, empowered and serving.

Our goal is to not just provide you with great sports leagues, but to also connect you further with Gateway Church. We would love to get to know you more! For more information go to

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Here at Gateway Men, we seek God first. We're here to help you discover your strengths as a husband, father, business man and leader. We recognize that every man has an inate desire to be a part of something bigger than himself. We accomplish this through Men's Summit, Gearing Up Men's Nights, Men's Groups, Project Mentor and other special events. We want to empower men to impact their work place, communities and, most importantly, their families for the kingdom of God.

DISCOVER a Place for You

Gateway has a ministry for every season of you life. Whether you're a college student, a single parent or enjoying the prime of your life, we have a ministry for you to get involved in.


Life isn't meant to be lived alone. Throughout the year, we offer fun and exciting indoor and outdoor activities.

CONNECT with Others

Gateway Groups help you develop lasting friendships and bring you closer to the Lord. Whether you're looking for a place to meet you new friends, connect to a mentor, grow spiritually or serve your community, there's a group for you.

SERVE others

Serving others is a vital part of what we do at Gateway. There are many ways for you to serve with Gateway Men. One example is Men's Brigade, where men help widows and single moms by assisting them with basic handyman needs around their homes.


VII is a community of young adults, ages 18-30, and a ministry of Gateway Church in Dallas, Ft-Worth. Whether you are married or single, in business or in college, come experience VII, a service just for you. Led by Pastor Stephen LeBlanc, VII meets on Tuesday nights at 7:15 pm at the Southlake and Grand Prairie campuses.


Pink is a company of women devoted to embracing their femininity, maximizing their strengths and wisely stewarding their influence.

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