Update from 3/23/20
Dallas County is now following shelter in place protocols as presented by Judge Clay Jenkins. The Royal Lane Baptist Church office will now be closed until further notice. If you have an urgent need, please call the church office and follow the prompts to leave a message. Or you may send me an email at .
We are also receiving prayer requests through a link on the website in order to pray for you and your needs during weekly prayer times. Be sure to check the RLBC website regularly for updates, virtual events, and information.
And so, we ask God to grant us wisdom and grant us courage, for the living of these days.
In this together,
Update from 3/13/20
In collaboration and communication with the ministers, staff, and deacon officers, we have made the decision to suspend all gatherings and activities at the church. Dallas County has issued a state of emergency and has banned large group gatherings. And so, it is with an abundance of caution for the health and well-being of our congregation members that we have decided to suspend in-person worship, midweek activities, small groups, meetings, and rehearsals through Wednesday, April 1. We will continue to assess if the suspension of gatherings and activities needs to be extended further.
The ministers and staff will find ways to help you stay connected when you are away. We have livestream capabilities, and we hope to send you a virtual worship experience on a regular basis. This amended worship might be a devotional, singing, praying, and/or scripture reading. Worshiping God in the midst of fear and uncertainty is crucial. You will find links to digital worship experiences here.
We also hope you will continue to give your tithes and pledged offerings to the church as our work will still happen in the midst of the coronavirus surge and after the virus has run its course. We have multiple ways to give.
Give by Text
Text GIVE to 214-609-1200
Give by MAIL
You may mail checks to:
Royal Lane Baptist Church
6707 Royal Lane
Dallas, TX 75230
As you know, this is an ever changing and very complicated time. If you know of anyone affected by the coronavirus or the negative effects of minimized municipal services, please let me know at Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to be a community of hope to each other and our neighbors in Dallas.
Pastor Mike Gregg