The City of Denton, like most larger American towns, has many churches and other religious organizations representing a wide variety of denominations. Denton is located in the Bible Belt and so has a large representation of evangelical churches—however, the presence of two universities has a strong liberalizing and diversifying effect on Denton and many moderate and liberal denominations, as well as other religions, are represented.
List of Christian Churches and Buildings
- Denton Presbyterian Church (PCA)
- Denton Calvary Chapel
- First Baptist Church of Denton
- First Christian Church
- First Church of the Nazarene
- First United Methodist Church - The one that looks like a bank.
- Grace Temple Church
- The Village Church
- St. Andrew Presbytarian Church
- First Presbytarian Church
- Denton Bible Church
- St. David's Episcopal Church
- New Life Church
- Christ the Servant Lutheran Church (ELCA)
- St. Paul Lutheran Church (LCMS)
Catholic and Orthodox
- St. Mark Catholic Church
- Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
- St. Maximus the Confessor Orthodox Church
Latter Day Saints
Unitarian Universalist Churches
The Denton Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is Denton's Unitarian Universalist church. Its services are open and its fellowship accepting, and so it is sometimes attended by other liberal religionists (such as Quakers, who have no church in Denton at this time) and non-religious Dentonites.
There are no synagogues in the City of Denton at this time—the nearest synagogue is the Congregation Kol Ami in Flower Mound. UNT hosts a Jewish Studies program and has a campus Jewish organization, UNT Hillel.
Buddhist, Taoist, and Confucian
Wiccan and Pagan
- Circle of Three Trees may or may not exist any longer.