Three Chopt Presbyterian Church is affectionately known as “TCPC.” We invite you to worship with us and discover for yourself the unique community of faith that is TCPC. You will find a compassionate group of people who will welcome you with genuine warmth and quickly consider you to be part of the TCPC family. Here you will find teens and active retirees working side by side, sharing laughter while on mission in the inner city. New friends are embraced and included as strong bonds keep long-timers connected over many decades.
Join us for worship every Sunday morning during the summer at 10:15 and during the school year at 9:00 and 11:00 am. Find out more here. We also offer an educational hour for all ages at 10:00 am from September – May.
Inquirers Small Group
Once or twice a year we offer an inquirers small group. What is this? It’s a great place for newer folks and visitors to connect and share food and stories about what makes our church family unique, and a little about our own stories that have brought us here thus far. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on the next one!
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To embrace, empower and equip one another to live as disciples in the body of Christ.
Galatians 5:22 – By contrast, the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness (NRSV).
We were led by divine intervention to TCPC over 26 years ago. We didn’t know it at the time, but the Spirit called us to this church. It was not much later though, that we learned this truth. For it is here, at TCPC, we found a loving and welcoming congregation; a congregation that truly cares for one another in ways we had not known before. A congregation led by pastors of deep faith and humble kindness.
Our youngest sons were three and five. Their introduction to Christ was through your lessons and sermons. The generosity of this congregation has been a significant teacher, as well. For example, there have been many years that TCPC led the POJ in the “5¢ A Meal” initiative; a generosity that our sons witnessed countless times at the passing of the baskets during worship. This congregation has always sought to be there when needed, in this and in so many other ways.
The…”fruit of the Spirit is…generosity…” Do these words inspired by God, not beckon our individual hearts toward faithful introspection? In light of God’s generosity to us, do these words not call us to do more in our love of our Savior, Christ Jesus?
– Nick & Charlene (long time members)
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