In-person & live streaming worship available every Sunday at 10:15 am!
During our Pandemic Response, we have created new ways to gather, help, and give as we remain dedicated to our mission to embrace, empower and equip one another to live as disciples in the body of Christ.
Our Session has been reevaluating the evolving situation surrounding the current pandemic and sending out updates accordingly. The latest information is available on the link below.
We are now gathering together for one blended worship service in the sanctuary at 10:15 am every Sunday. Making a reservation helps us ensure adequate spacing and compliance with CDC guidelines.
The protocols are described below that follow CDC guidance during the COVID-19 pandemic and TCPC’s phased approach for reopening.
While we are offering in-person worship, all other Sunday morning programming remains on pause — there is no nursery, children’s worship, or Sunday school (children, youth, and adults). Families will be seated for worship together. Fellowship gatherings, either before or after worship, will not be hosted inside the building, but we are brainstorming ideas for outdoor fellowship opportunities in the fall!
If you have a fever or symptoms of COVID-19, or known exposure to a COVID-19 case in the prior 14 days, our expectation and best ministry practice is for you to worship from home!
The outside of the church is available for gatherings. These must follow the outside meeting guidelines outlined here. Events should also be scheduled on the church calendar, via Missy, to make sure we aren’t overlapping or overloaded.
Church groups of up to 20 people are authorized to meet inside the church. In order to do this, we ask that groups follow the inside meeting guidelines found here. Please make sure your group is on the calendar and compliant with the meeting days found in the guidelines.
Watch live every Sunday morning at 10:15 am! View the latest worship service here.
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While the threat of the virus continues, we have so far been able to keep the Food Pantry open and even expanded it. We have modified our experience to be a “drive-through” pantry, in which guests do not come into the church and volunteers load pre-bagged groceries into guests’ cars.For safety, we have no more than four volunteers at one time inside the church. We are always looking for volunteers.
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