Times and Location

Sundays and Wednesdays at Wedgwood

Wedgwood Baptist Church is a biblical community that seeks to glorify Christ by making disciples who worship, serve, grow in Missional Communities, and multiply churches.


9:00 a.m. – Missional Communities (Small Groups)
10:30 a.m. – Worship Service with Worship Choir
4:30 p.m. – Acting Up (Drama Team) Rehearsal
6 p.m. – Evening Worship and Bible Study featuring Wedgwood Staff and Guest Speakers


9:30 – 11:30 am Ladies Bible Study, Room 126

4:45 p.m.- Dinner Together
6:00 -7:30 p.m.-Worship Ministry Rehearsal, Adult Bible Studies, Preschool and Children’s Activities and Prayer Meeting.
6:00 – 8 p.m.- Breakaway (Student Worship and Discipleship)

See our full Sunday and Wednesday schedule.

Our Location

Located within the Fort Worth Wedgwood neighborhood, find us at the corner of Whitman and Walton. Be sure to print a map or run directions on your favorite phone app and plan to arrive 15 minutes early to park and grab a coffee.

5522 Whitman Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76113


On Sunday mornings, we have set aside parking for Guests on the South East corner of the church near the flag pole.  Look for the Guest Parking Signs and Banners.  We also have handicapped parking on each side of the church.

Overflow parking is located at the Bruce Shulkey Elementary school just East of our campus.

Have a Question?

At our entrances and at our busiest hallway intersections, volunteers are ready to assist you with answers to questions you might have about where to go and where to find a cup of coffee.  Be on the lookout for one of their smiling faces if you have any questions.

They’ll be happy to help or, if they don’t have the answer, find someone who can.

Music and Worship


Worship at Wedgwood is modern, energetic, and we’re known as a congregation that sings. We use a variety of styles of Christian music from classic hymns to today’s popular Christian songs. Our drama team joins us on occasion to help relay the Scriptural message of the day. Our goals are first to honor and praise God and second to express a heart of gratitude and thankfulness.