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The doors are open to you at Royal Lane Baptist Church. We invite you to come share the adventure of faith with us. We see ourselves as a family. We disagree some, but we still work, worship, minister, and play together. We are a diverse people united in Christ.

We believe that a meaningful commitment to Christ is best exemplified by a genuine commitment to one another.

If you need a place where you can be yourself, ask questions, find support, and not get lost in the crowd, Royal Lane is the place for you. We could tell you more about our church, but the character of any church is best observed from up close. Come and see!

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Advent – Week 4

Fall is Fading Into Winter

Near this longest night, we’ve gathered, frightened, as was Mary, too;
eager soon to greet our Savior who, like us, deep sorrows knew;
winter solstice, how your darkness brings reflection to the soul;
Child of Mary, praise Your brightness, making wounded spirits whole.

Text composed by Michael G. Dell, on commission by Royal Lane Baptist Church, Dallas, TX, Advent 2014,
to be sung to Hal H. Hopson’s hymn tune, JOYFUL SINGING

The Mosaic, December 17, 2014

The Mosaic Cross

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Advent – Week 3

Fall is Fading Into Winter 

Hark!  Angelic choirs are singing of the journey still ahead;
shimm’ring starlight guides us onward to that lowly manger bed;
just how far is it to Bethl’em, to that silent, holy night?
In the candles’ warmth we worship, giving witness to the Light!

Text composed by Michael G. Dell, on commission by Royal Lane Baptist Church, Dallas, TX, Advent 2014,
to be sung to Hal H. Hopson’s hymn tune, JOYFUL SINGING

The Royal Story

Charlotte Sewell


My parents were members of Royal Lane Baptist Church when I was born, and as a teenager I made the personal choice to join. I grew up at Royal Lane attending Sunday school, Vacation Bible School, missions trips, and summer youth camp. When I married my husband, Brian, in 1998, Royal Lane was the logical place to start that phase in our life together. When we began having children we wanted to get serious about attending church regularly so, again, we turned to Royal Lane. Read More…