Welcome to Central Bible Church.  Join us on the journey to "make God known by making disciples who are changed by God to change their world." Come as you are, become the person you were designed to be, go make an impact in your world. Scroll down, click around and learn more about us!


We are Surrendered to God’s Word


We are Strengthened in Biblical Community


We are Overwhelmed by God’s Glory

We are Transformed for Missional Discipleship


We are Committed to Human Dignity


We are Compelled by Gospel Generosity

Our History


In 1906 a small group of people began a church in a brush arbor, basically a thatched-roof structure without walls, near what is now the intersection of Bowen Road and Park Row in Pantego, a small town between Fort Worth and Arlington.


A short time later, the brush arbor was replaced to have a structure featuring a more permanent roof, but still, no walls. This structure was called the Tabernacle.


In 1930, the first official building was built, by those who attended the little church.


In 1959, the growing church moved down the street to the 2203 W. Park Row location in central Pantego.


In 1975, a new Worship Center was built, and the old sanctuary was converted into a Fellowship Hall.


In early 1993, the Elder Board concluded that, because of limited space, the church should look into moving and appointed a task force, which came back to the elders with the property recommendation of Eastchase and I-30.


After much planning, the official groundbreaking ceremony was on September 19, 1999. Construction began on the new ministry center at Eastchase and I-30 in November of 1999. Our first service was on Palm Sunday, April 8, 2001 with our Grand Opening the next week, Easter weekend, April 13, 14 and 15, 2001. The Connection, our adult and children's ministry annex across Anderson Boulevard, was purchased and renovated in 2009. 


Pantego Bible Church voted to change our name to Central Bible Church in 2019. Watch this video for more information on why we decided to change our name.


Today, Central Bible Church is home to approximately 1,800 worshippers each week from around the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.