Be on the lookout for events that happen throughout the year that are meant to bring our congregation together across the different ages such as the summer picnic, breaking bread, Easter luncheon, and the English Retreat. These are great ways to build further connections outside of Sunday mornings
Our life-stage specific groups are anywhere between 15-50 people in size, and are meant to be a space to build deeper community outside of Sunday mornings. There's always room for you, so look for when the next meetup is and come on out! Be sure to contact the fellowship to let them know you're coming so they can be sure to extend a hand!
Adult Small Groups
At TCCC, we are passionate about community that is anchored on the Gospel, and the continual process of growing in our faith. Small Groups are one of the key ways that we help each other do that. An adult small group consists of 8-12 people that meets at least twice a month for the purpose of personal and congregational growth.
Baptisms are one of the highlights in our community and we'd love for you to be a part of it! It is a symbol of dying to your old life and being raised to a new life in Christ and a reminder that you have been adopted into a new spiritual family by the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. If you've made the decision to follow Jesus, this is your next step.
Our next Baptism opportunity will be December 15thClick for more details.
Church membership is an opportunity to demonstrate your commitment to a local church that you believe God has called you to be in, as a practical expression of being part of the church at large. This is a natural next step if TCCC is where you worship regularly and want to help build a vibrant, impactful expression of the Gospel.Membership Info
How Can I Serve?
There are so many different areas in the church that would love an extra pair of hands and feet to help carry the load. We would love to be able to help you find an area that could utilize your strengths and gifts that God has given you, or even push you out of your comfort zone to see how God can work through you when you know you can't do it yourself.