Meeting Times

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Sunday Mornings

  • 8:00AM CST Breakfast
  • 8:45AM CST Adult Bible Fellowship/Sunday School
  • 10:00AM CST  Corporate Worship

Sunday Evenings
(as scheduled)

  • 5:00 PM CST
  • Breakout Sessions

Wednesday Evenings

  • 6:00 PM CST (September-May)
  • AWANA
  • Lifeline
  • Adult Bible Study (check with the church office for current schedule)





 




Sunday Mornings

 
Breakfast
 
 
Have you noticed the spiritual battle that wages on Sunday morning when you try to get your family prepared for church?
Our Continental Breakfast is an opportunity to worry about one less thing and at the same time to enjoy the informal fellowship with other believers. There is a wide variety of choices from cereal, fruit, yogurt, bagels, coffee and juice. In other words, there is something for everyone. If you are new to the community, breakfast time is a great way to get to know our church family personally.
 
Welcoming/Hospitality
 
 
Stop by our welcome center - serving coffee, tea and water every Sunday morning from 8:30 am through the end of the worship service.
 
ABF
 
 
How does God draw people to church?
Most people are drawn to church through friendships and grow in Christ likeness because of their friendships. Christian friendships are vital in coming to Christ, and essential to provide the accountability and discipleship necessary to grow in Christ likeness. The goal of our ABF’s (Adult Bible Fellowship’s) is to knit a small group of believers into friends who study God’s Word together, pray together, praise together, encourage together, minister together, evangelize together, play together and in all of this grow together in their relationships with Jesus Christ.

Sunday School
 
 
Running concurrently with our ABF’s is:
  • Sunday School classes for children ages 3 - Juniors in High School 
    •  The goal of our Sunday school is to build foundations from the Word of God that will provide our children with an understanding of who God is, how to know Him personally and how to honor Him with their lives. There are currently 5 classes meeting, Senior High, Middle School, 4th-5th grades, 1st-3rd grades, preschool-Kindergarten. We also offer a staffed nursery during this hour.
  • Scheduled as needed:
    • Baptism classes
    • Introduction to Tri-County Bible Church classes
    • Parenting classes
    • Fundamentals of the Faith classes (scheduled as needed)
 
Worship
 
What place does God hold in your life?
Worship actually could be rendered “worth-ship.” It is all about acknowledging the priceless worth of God and spending our energy and efforts on praising Him. Our Sunday morning goal is to join together the individual lives of worship we have been endeavoring to live through the week in a corporate celebration of God’s character and His Lordship in our lives. We seek to have a blended service that includes a variety of God centered music.
 
Evening Service
 
The evening service can include a range of worship time, special music, missionary speakers, guest speakers, and Bible studies.
 
 

Wednesday

 
Lifeline
 
Lifeline (formerly "Word of Life") seeks to instill in our teenagers an ongoing lifestyle of love and obedience to the Lord. It includes meaningful and fun mission trips, retreats, outreach and ministry activities that all direct the young person’s heart toward the Lord. Friendships are developed with teens and adults alike with the joint goal of growing together in the Lord. On Wednesdays, our Middle School and High School aged children join together for activity and music time, and then separate to study the living Word of God. At the end of the evening the teens split into small groups (Discipleship In Action or DIA groups) to pray, discuss the relevance of the lesson they have learned to their own lives, share what God has taught them in their personal study of God’s Word in the past week and to discuss issues of the past and present week in their lives that require practical application from God’s Word.
 
AWANA
 
Wednesday’s are filled with jovial children, age 2 through 5th grade (see below), playing games, studying verses, and enjoying a Bible lesson together. The pursuit of Awana is spelled out through the acronym for Approved Workers are Not Ashamed. It springs from the content of II Timothy 2:15 Be Diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth.” Our desire is to teach our children to be persistent in their goal to learn God’s truth from His Word and live by the truth they learn. This all begins with understanding the Good News that Jesus came to die for their sin and thus to make a relationship with him possible, and a joyful life lived out for His glory achievable. The children are broken into age appropriate groups to help them learn in a way understandable to them.
  • Puggles - age 2 by August 1st (and potty trained)
  • Cubbies - age 3 by August 1st (or 2 years prior to kindergarten)
  • Sparkies - Kindergarten – 2nd grades
  • Truth & Training - 3rd – 5th grades
Theme nights are common for AWANA and bring an added dimension of fun to each night. The Awana Grand Prix, where they race derby cars together, is an event that is enjoyed by the whole community.
 
Wednesday Night Adult Bible Study
 
We are currently studying Fundamentals of the Faith.