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Worship Service at 10:00am

TCC meets in it's brand new facility at 1751 Towne Centre Blvd in Terwillegar Towne across from the Macs.

Children’s Ministry

Children's Check-In is Upstairs in The Great Room

All kids Preschool through Grade 6 start in their classes upstairs at 10:00am.  Check-in opens at 9:45 and closes at 10:15.  Children not yet checked-in by that time may do so at the station in the Nursery.  Parents may choose to keep their children in the Worship Service for the first 15 minutes before bringing them upstairs to join the large group.

Nursery & 2's

The Nursery is on the Main Level, next to the Kitchen.  Children up to 2 years of age are welcome.  The 2's Room (Room 207) is upstairs at the south end of the hall leading from The Great Room.

For more information about the Children’s Ministry at TCC, click here.

Hot Brunch Each Sunday

Immediately following the Worship Service, the congregation is invited to move to the brunch tables in the Foyer.  Hot Brunch is served about 11:15 am.

For more information call (780) 430-8389.

What to Expect

How should I dress?

TCC has a casual atmosphere. You should feel comfortable wearing jeans and a t-shirt, but you will also feel comfortable getting dressed up. It really doesn’t matter how you dress.

What is a typical Worship Service like?

Taking a cue from the Bible – “You have exalted above all things Your name and Your word” (Psalm 138:2) – the Worship Service has two primary elements: singing and teaching. Typically the Service starts and ends with singing, with a message in between. Of course there are other elements, Scripture reading, prayer, occasionally someone shares a life story, and communion about once a month.

What are the messages like?

Pastor Ken and Pastor Norb’s messages provide a lesson plan for living a purposeful life. The messages are rooted in the Scriptures and they teach us how to follow Jesus and inspire us to give our best to God.

What’s the music like?

The music is contemporary and meaningful. It’s also not unusual to sing an older hymn because of the message it communicates. The worship leaders are genuine, have a deep love for Jesus, and seek to create a pathway for people to worship God.

Will I have to participate in any way?

During the Worship Service you are encouraged to sing and sometimes to read Scripture along with the rest of the congregation. You will never be singled out alone. In general, at TCC you will never be pressured into any tasks. However, people who willingly commit to serving the church and community with their gifts and actively participate in events, on teams, or get involved in ministry responsibilities always feel a deeper sense of belonging. TCC encourages everyone to take part by sharing talents or abilities that they can offer, no matter how small. There is something for everyone!