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Sunday Recap - April 21, 2019
God speaks to us each week, sometimes in ways we don't expect! Listen to last Sunday's Sermon and read a note from our pastor.   

This Sunday in Room 205
April 28 and May 5 @ 11a
Becoming a member is a clear proclamation that you are striving to invest in the present community while also taking ownership of it's future. Join us for two upcoming membership classes this season.

Wednesday, May 1, at 6:15p
J oin us for the next installment of our quarterly lecture series and dinner for men on May 1st at 6:15p with Jim Singleton.“Incarnate Leadership, Lessons from our Lord.” 

Easter Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who helped make Holy Week and Easter such a blessing. So many volunteers were involved in making this all possible; the Choirs, the Musicians, the Sound and Tech teams, Scripture Readers, Ushers, Deacons, Greeters, the Flower Guild, the Visual Worship team, Children’s and Student Volunteers, Parking Lot attendants, coffee makers and the Staff !

A special thanks to Kate Mellon and Gail Hughson for the Easter photo opportunity as well as the creative ideas and gifts to help families continue discussions about the Easter message.

Deacons' Fund Collection

Thank you to all who gave generously during Holy Week to the Deacons' Fund. TCC collected almost $16,000. This will help people in need in our TCC community and throughout Metro-West.

Book Collection for the Great Banquet
Donate gently used books with no markings or new Christian books/Bibles. Guests at the renewal called the Great Banquet are blessed to choose books to draw closer to their Father God. Find the donation box in the alcove under the stairs. Please donate by May 1st! Questions?
Contact Wendy Williams: .
Re-Parenting with Dolores Marciniec

When: May 2, 9, 16, 23 (Thursdays)
Where: Phillips Hall
Cost: Free
Explore your family heritage...Understand yourself...Grow as a child of God.

The Bible frequently portrays family lines and the ripple effects of decisions through generations. Ripple effects can be spotted in our own lives. Our time together will show how formative our histories and experiences can be. We can be profoundly impacted by things we may not recognize. Insight is often the launch point for meaningful change.

Dolores will show us how to construct a  genogram. A genogram can shed light on how your past has predisposed you to participate in your life, your marriage, your parenting, and your other relationships.  

Some of our past life experiences--and the lessons learned from these experiences--serve us well to be Christ followers and some do not. Together let us see how God's Word and Power can re-parent us so that we can walk in a manner worthy of our calling and indeed be a new creation.  

To sign up, contact Amy Canute at  or click on the registration button below. Please do so as soon as possible so we can gauge the number of seats needed. Feel free to invite friends. If you need to miss a session, that's no problem. 
Parent Support Group - You Are Not Alone (YANA)
Parenting is hard work! Some parents find themselves with unique challenges in raising their children, which can be overwhelming and isolating. A new support group for caregivers of children with unique struggles and needs. We will encourage one another while building a community of support, maintaining confidentiality.
Meetings on the 3rd Monday of the month from 7-8:30p . Registration is required.

Women's Evening Bible Study
Join in fellowship with other women as Rachel Frase endeavors on a 4-week journey through Ephesians with us. This will be a rich time of delving into the Word of God together. All women are welcome to join!

May 20-21, 2019
An interactive two-day training that shows us how to use God’s Biblical peacemaking principles so we can learn how to help ourselves, as well as others, when we encounter conflict in our lives. 

Ongoing Ministries
Children's Ministries
What are we learning this month?
Check out the Parent Cue App to find out!
Student Ministries
What about Jesus has intrigued you enough to investigate Christianity?
On Easter Sunday, our 6th-12th grade group (re)discovered the story of Thomas' investigation of the risen Jesus in John 20:24-29. Thomas had placed a burden of proof upon God, and he needed to see the evidence firsthand. That encounter happened, and the truth about Jesus became verified and personal for Thomas.
We challenged students to confront the tough questions:
Is the Easter story true?
Does God really love ME ?
To help students explore God's word and gain insights into these questions and others, we are giving away two FREE books:
1. Cold Case Christianity was written by a former atheist and homicide detective, J. Warner Wallace. He used strategies from his former job to investigate the internal and external evidence for the Bible. Is the story of Jesus a conspiracy? Wallace makes a compelling response.

2. Who is This Man? explores the world-changing life of Jesus. If we ever had doubts about Jesus' mission, love, justice and more, this book encourages readers back into the Bible to better understand the Savior King.
The books are FREE of charge, but we are requiring each student to connect with one of their volunteer small group leaders after reading them. Please encourage your kids to check out these resources and connect with a mentor committed to encouraging and challenging them! 
Ongoing Adult Ministries
Mondays, 10a-12p & 7-9p • Parlor • Susan Foster •

Wednesdays, 9:30 -10:30a • RM 205 • Allan Baldwin •
Beginning on May 1st, a series on the Seven Churches of Revelation.
May 1:  Rev. 1:1  Introduction

Thursdays, 9:15-11:00a • Phillips Hall • Amy Canute

Men - Pickup Basketball • Thursdays, 7:45-9p • Gym •  Sam Jackson

Women - Mom to Mom
Fridays, 9:20-11:15a • Phillips Hall • Elizabeth Markey
End of Year Brunch Tomorrow!

Saturdays, 7:30a • Phillips Hall • Eddie Brown & Jim Santamaria
General Information and Community Life
We believe that serving our community is an essential part of living out our faith. We currently serve alongside two local ministries to care for those in need. Read more and signup here:

Men's Weekend - May 2-5
Women's Weekend - May 16-19
A three day experience to encounter the love of God through stories, teaching, study, worship, and real Christian community. Free for all.

Visit for info.
Christian Women's Connection Lunch
Monthly luncheon for all women at the Wayside Inn on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, 11:30a-1:30p. Join us for music, speakers sharing their testimonies of faith, and a special feature. A great place to invite a friend who may not attend a church event, but is glad to go to lunch!
Margie: 508-545-0228
We can't do church alone! LIFE Groups help us grow in our faith and meet throughout the Metro West area.

Each Sunday there are dozens of volunteers that make our services and programs happen. Serving is a great way to get connected to our community.

Food Pantry
The TCC Food Pantry offers assistance to those in the community who need help with providing for themselves and their family. Our food pantry is open on Sundays and during regular church office hours. Donations to “Loaves & Fishes” Food Pantry are gratefully accepted. There is a collection bin on a table near the lobby stairwell.
Top Items Needed:
Baked Beans
Fabric Softener Sheets
Sandwich bags