Galileo Church

Quirky church for spiritual refugees. Who would Jesus love?

Weekly worship, Sundays at 5 p.m.
at the Big Red Barn
5860 Interstate 20 service road
Fort Worth 76119
(use the zip code in your GPS for accuracy)

Mail comes here: 6563 Teague Road, Fort Worth, TX 76140

Contact us: 817-773-3147 | info@galileochurch.org

Our missional priorities:
1. We do justice for LGBTQ+ humans.
2. We do kindness for people with mental illness and in emotional distress, and celebrate neurodiversity.
3. We do beauty for our God-Who-Is-Beautiful.
4. We do real relationship, no bullshit, ever.

Crowdfunding Beauty

Galileo Church “does beauty for our God-Who-Is-Beautiful” (see our Missional Priorities). Our crowdfunded album of worshipful music, Maybe All is Not Lost, is the fullest expression to date of our commitment to beauty.

Our worship architect Paul Demer has composed songs for every part of our weekly service of worship, including the title track with its all-important “Maybe.” That’s the sermon, right there — a humble declaration of what we think we can see, with God’s help, if we open the eyes of our hearts and peer into God’s beautiful future. It’s a fragile and lovely hope in the God who dreams for us.

Original artwork for Maybe All is Not Lost by Paul Soupiset the Extraordinary.

Original artwork for Maybe All is Not Lost by Paul Soupiset the Extraordinary.


Can we bring Maybe All is Not Lost to you and yours?

Composer and worship leader Paul hopes to bring #MAINL to churches, retreats, conferences, and living rooms — wherever Jesus’ people are gathered for worship. The sequence of songs and spoken words has natural breaks for prayer and scripture, conversation or sermon, and sharing communion; and the songs are meant to be sung communally.

Paul can help craft a service of worship that fits your community with the music of Maybe All is Not Lost building a bridge from your heart to God’s. Read what Paul has to say about how this music came to be, and what it means to him.


Listen, Now and Later

We want you to hear it. We really do. 

© 2013 Galileo Church