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Instead of gathering for worship on Sundays, we will be pre-recording video worship services each week and posting them on Sunday mornings at 9am. We will be doing this for as long as COVID-19 quarantine measures are in effect. 

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Happy Mother's Day!

Posted by Phoebe Greenberg & Brooke Smith on

    To Moms & Mom Fans, With Mother’s Day upon us and being mothers ourselves, we wanted to take a moment to ask; How should the church respond to Mother’s Day, especially in the midst of a pandemic? Mother’s Day is a time for us all to intentionally think about...

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Meet our New Interim Pastor: Dr. Tim Sansbury

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  Dear TPC Family and Friends, It is our great privilege to inform you that we have selected and confirmed Dr. Timothy Sansbury to be our Interim Pastor upon Pastor Jeremy’s official departure in May. Here is a little bit about Tim and the role that he’ll be filling. Dr...

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Tags: pastor, interim, dr. tim sansbury

Be the Salt of Your Square

Posted by Chandler Moore on

“You are the salt of the earth.” (Matt. 5:13)   Recently, I watched the Christian documentary Burma Free Rangers that tells the story of a missionary family that serves those in the middle of war zones. It is a powerful film for many reasons, but most poignantly the film...

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Tags: christianity, salt, earth

Finding Christ and Assurance at the Lord’s Table

Posted by Chandler Moore on

Life can be distracting and so can the various elements at church. For instance, what do you think about when it’s time to take communion? Maybe you have an internal conflict between taking the wine or the juice? Or maybe you have a silent hope that the cracker will be larger than last...

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Tags: communion, lord's supper, sacrament

Don’t Forget to Breathe

Posted by Terry Brent on

Stop reading this for a second and take a huge deep breath—go ahead, right there in your seat. A deep breath is free, and only by the grace of God, the air is available and contains what we need to live. In breathing deeply, a more concentrated amount of oxygen goes to the lungs which...

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Tags: breath, breathe

Forged in Fire

Posted by Robbie Andrassy on

"Beloved, do not be surprised at the fiery trial…" A show that I've recently enjoyed watching is called Forged in Fire. I actually liked the show so much that I asked my wife if I could have a forge in our back-lawn area. She said no (probably for the best). The show has four contestants...

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Tags: fire, hardship, trial, struggle, forge

A Little Paper House

Posted by Robbie Andrassy on

“And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.” - Romans 8:28   Recently, one of the students in Sunday School came up to me after class and triumphantly showed me the craft that he made in...

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There is a Joy

Posted by Jason Bradshaw on

  “Sorrowful, yet always rejoicing.” – 2 Corinthians 6:10a There is a joy that cannot be mustered up. No amount of self-effort is capable of bringing it about. Yet against all odds, it remains. It is a joy that is present when happiness is absent. It may be held inwardly...

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Tags: joy, sorrow

Our Covenant Family

Posted by Meredith Woolwine on

  “And when Elizabeth heard the greeting of Mary, the baby leaped in her womb. And Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit.” Luke 1:41 I’ve always loved imagining this sweet scene of Mary and Elizabeth before the birth of their boys, Jesus and John. Mary entering...

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Tags: community, family, covenant, together

Treasuring the Right Things

Posted by Emily Malone on

“But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart.” – Luke It wasn’t until I was pregnant with our second child, our only son, that I truly thought about Mary the mother of Jesus.  Contentedly patting my growing belly in what happened to be the...

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