What to Expect
We know it can be hard—maybe even a bit intimidating—coming to a new place with lots of people you don’t know but who seem to know each other. Please give us the chance to welcome you. We promise we’ll be grateful you’ve come, and will do our best to make you feel at ease and comfortable!
Frequently Asked Questions
September through June, TPC offers two Sunday morning services: 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
In July and August, TPC offers one Sunday service at 9:30 a.m. in our air-conditioned sanctuary.
Get to Know Us!
We ask that those desiring to become a member simply take time to participate in the life of TPC for a while. Get to know us (and know we'd love to get to know you, too!).
Come to worship. Participate in a small group or a mission team. Basically, do anything that might connect to others, while also helping you grow in faith.
If you find that TPC is a community of faith that meets your needs and helps you live out your faith, please know we’d love for you to join!
Is It Hard to Become a Member?
Hardly. As we share up front, our church is not about being perfect. It’s about practicing and growing in our faith as we strive to grow closer to God and closer to others. So there aren’t any hard requirements or tests you have to pass before becoming a member.
This is, frankly, the most important question. Let’s be clear—becoming a formal member of the church does not come with significant perks. Perhaps we shouldn’t admit that, but we’re all about transparency here, so… There’s hardly anything that a “member” can do at the church that a non-member cannot.
So the decision to join TPC or not is really about your own faith journey, and the sign of commitment you make within it. To join a church is to signal to God, the congregation, and yourself that this is where I will practice living out my faith, and these are the people will serve alongside me on this journey.
In this way, we believe church membership is vitally important—and strongly encourage it.
If you’re ready to join the church, please contact one of the pastors or simply come to one of the upcoming New Member Groups.