The Tarrant County, Texas area is home to a variety of churches that host a range of community events. From religious celebrations to fundraisers and activities for the whole family, there is something for everyone. The Baha'is of Northeast Tarrant County, Bear Valley Community Church, and Brite Divinity School are just a few of the churches in the area that host events. In 2020, the Tarrant Interchurch Organization changed its name to Tarrant Churches Together and launched a new logo and website.
Peace Together is an inclusive interfaith organization based in Tarrant County that works to build relationships between people of all faiths, cultures, and backgrounds. In an intentionally multi-ethnic celebration, Bethlehem Baptist Church - the oldest African-American church in the county - will be playing bagpipes. The organization was founded in the early 1950s by ministers from three Fort Worth churches who saw the need for an organization that would bring together congregations from all denominations to serve the community. Unity is encouraged and modeled in Tennessee and Mississippi, where Bartholomew Orr, senior pastor of Brown Missionary Baptist Church in Southaven, Mississippi, is leading the way.
In honor of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr., many Southern Baptist pastors and churches are organizing celebrations and supporting them financially. These events include child care, religious events, entertainment, activities for the whole family, just for kids, fundraising, resources, safety, and summer camps. The original Fort Worth Council of Churches expanded its reach during the 1980s and became the Tarrant Area Community of Churches.