Our Mission

To  meet  people  where  they  are  and  help  them  
GROW  into  who  Christ created  them  to  be.

To Grow In Holiness
Through Discipleship

To Grow The Kingdom
Through Missions

To Grow In Community Through Community Interaction and Leadership

Mid-Week Gathering 

Every Wednesday night at 5:30 pm starting in September

October 19 - November 9


We all make exchanges — all the time, in fact! Whether you're shopping, texting your best friend, swapping snacks at the lunch table, or returning a wave to a neighbor, most of the exchanges we make aren't very memorable. But the exchanges that stick with us are the exchanges we have with people who impact our lives for the better. Maybe you've exchanged meaningful advice, wisdom, or encouragement with your friends, family members, heroes, coaches, pastors, or younger people you've invested in. Those exchanges are what this series is all about. In this four-week series from 2 Timothy, we'll explore some advice the apostle Paul gave to Timothy, a guy he was mentoring, because we can learn from Paul's wisdom too. Through it, we'll see how we can all exchange wisdom with each other (no matter our age) by helping each other discover our gifts, develop discernment, get equipped, and find strength.

Every  Sunday  Morning  Starting  At  9:30 am

The Trinity, God's Glory, Salvation, God's Love, God's Judgement, Grace, God's Mission, Discipleship, The Church, God's Kingdom, Persecution, Compassion, God's Faithfulness, Forgiveness, God's Presence, God's Knowledge, and God's Power.

Our year-long study entitled ACTIVATE: The Building Blocks of Faith teaches students the foundational concepts critical to building a lasting faith. Activate: The Building Blocks of Faith helps students lay the foundation of a lasting relationship with God through a study of the core concepts of their faith. Over the course of 52 weeks, Activate examines 17 foundational elements of faith, each using a unique three-lesson framework.

Mid-Week Gathering

Sunday Morning 

Minister of Students

Michael Anthony

I am excited to be here and minister to the students of Crockett. I describe my journey to this appointment like Jonah and the whale. I grew up in Haltom City, Texas, a suburb of Fort Worth. In my junior year of high school, I accepted Christ at a church camp at Baylor University. Even then, I felt God was calling me towards the ministry. However, I never fully committed to that call. After graduating high school, I attended the University of Houston, majoring in Music Performance on trumpet. After graduating, I returned to my home town where I began to teach music lessons and volunteer at my church. Then, during the summer of 2012, God opened the opportunity for me to minister during the summer at Fuge Camp in Glorieta, New Mexico. During that summer, I was a bible study lesson leader, worship class instructor, and lighting director.

I once again began to feel that call for ministry. Still, instead of responding to it, I returned to my hometown and started working towards my teaching certification. While completing my certification and teaching in the Fort Worth ISD school district, God began to open more doors and opportunities for me to serve in my local church. In 2014 I was hired as the Music Ministry assistant for Haltom Road Baptist Church. Over the next seven years, I worked at Haltom Road Baptist as a bi-vocational ministry. I served in many different roles during my time at Haltom Road Baptist. From music ministry assistant, organist, pianist, Interim Minister of Music, Youth Worship Leader, children's choir accompanist and co-director, media team director, technical director and designer for church productions, production director, and program director for our 2019 VBS choir camp.

Serving at Haltom Road gave me the foundational skills for ministry. Along with my role at Haltom Road Baptist, I served as the Director of Bands for three years at Kirkpatrick Middle. The program grew in numbers and skill during my time there, obtaining the highest UIL rating in school history. But after many years of bi-vocational ministry work, I felt that call again. This time I did not ignore that call. So at the end of the 2021 school year, I resigned from my teaching position and began looking for a full-time ministry position. In May of 2022, I accepted the Minister of Music and Youth position at Central Baptist Church in Crockett, Texas. I am excited to be here serving this church and its community and can not wait to see what God has in store.

Michael is a graduate of the University of Houston, where he studied trumpet performance under Jim Vassallo. He performed as a principal player in the University's Wind Ensemble, Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Opera Orchestra, Jazz Orchestra, and The Spirit of Houston Marching Band. Michael also holds a teacher certification from the state of Texas with an emphasis on EC-12 Music. From 2018-2021 Michael served as Director of Band for Kirkpatrick Middle school. Michael has served as the technical director, including audio and lighting design for productions such as "An Unexpected Christmas," "Under A Starry Sky," "Two from Galilee," and "Holding On To Christmas." Michael has also served as director for "I'll Be Home For Christmas" and Haltom Road Baptist Church's VBS Choir Camp production. 

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