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Serving on Sundays | Serving Throughout the Week
A team of teachers serves every other month to teach the glorious truths of the Bible to the children during the worship hour. Be apart of the vision of Kid's Treasuring Christ
Service Logistics Coordinators
A team of coordinators serves once every three weeks during one of the worship services to ensure a welcoming, organized experience for TCC’s visitors and members. Responsibilities may include greeting, parking, Lord’s Supper set-up, and ushering. To find out more about how to serve on this team contact us via email.
Since we are commanded to address one another with psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, the music team leads TCC in speaking truth to one another through song. Musicians serve on a weekly or biweekly basis and are expected to attend Thursday night practice on the weeks they are playing. Contact our Deacon of Corporate Worship, Ben McInnis, if you are interested in serving.
To aid worship through song, the visual team member operates the computer to ensure the readability of all the songs. These technicians serve once every three weeks and arrive early on Sunday mornings to ensure all of the songs are typed correctly in ProPresenter. Contact our Deacon of Corporate Worship, Ben McInnis, if you are interested in serving.
Sound technicians assist the music team by regulating the sound for Sunday morning worship. They serve approximately once every three weeks and are expected to attend Thursday night music practice on the weeks they are to serve. Contact our Deacon of Corporate Worship, Ben McInnis, if you are interested in serving.
In order to reach more people with the gospel, TCC offers sermons online. The video team is responsible for recording the Sunday sermon and uploading it to the website; a team member serves once every three weeks. Contact our Deacon of Corporate Worship, Ben McInnis, if you are interested in serving.
TCC utilizes a safety team to ensure the well-being and safety of every member and visitor on a Sunday morning. Safety attendants serve once every three weeks. To find out more about how to serve on this team contact us via email.
Since the acquisition of the Hargett property in 2013, TCC desires to maintain the property in the best condition possible. This team will work under the supervision of the Building Administrator to repair and improve the conditions of the church building. Members serve once every two months mostly on weekends. Contact our Deacon of Facilities, John Mark McCallum, if you are interested in serving.
Creatives are needed to showcase the beauty of every day life at TCC and to enhance the quality of the building and TCC’s publications and events. If you are talented and gifted in any art, we could use you! Contact Kristin Tucker if you are interested in serving on this team.
TCC desires to provide numerous opportunities through the year for members to get together and enjoy one another’s company as well as provide opportunities for members to reach out and love on the surrounding community. The fellowship team is responsible for coordinating these fellowships. To find out more about how to serve on this team contact us via email.
The tech team is responsible for providing tech support for TCC’s computer hardware and software programs. In addition, they are responsible for designing the church’s website and updating the information as needed. Contact our Deacon of Corporate Worship, Ben McInnis, if you are interested in serving.
The prayer team has created a monthly prayer guide for the prayer team and others to use in petitioning God on behalf of TCC, our international workers, and our surrounding community. The prayer team regularly prays for these requests as well as weekly prayer requests that come in from visitors and members. To find out more about how to serve on this team contact us via email.
The women’s ministry holds two annual events for the women of TCC: Grace-Filled Expressions/Discussions in the spring and the Adorn Retreat in October. Members of this ministry team organize and plan these events for the women of TCC. Contact Deaconess of Women's Ministry, Robin Muse, if you are interested in serving.
The men’s ministry seeks to provide opportunities for the men to grow in servant-leadership and to bond with other men. This ministry team assists in the organization and implementation of the men’s fellowships. To find out more about how to serve on this team contact Pastor Travis Williams.