[trx_accordion style=”1″ counter=”off” initial=”1″] [trx_accordion_item title=”What are TC Groups?”]TC Groups are small groups of around 12-15 people that meet throughout the week mostly in homes and some at other locations for about 90 minutes to build friendships, learn the Bible, and grow spiritually. TC Groups are a great way to get connected and get to know people and make new friends while growing in your relationship with God.[/trx_accordion_item] [trx_accordion_item title=”Who are TC Groups for?”]Whether you’re brand-new to TC or you’ve been coming for years, a TC Group is a great next step for anyone who wants to grow in their relationship with God and others through relationships.[/trx_accordion_item] [trx_accordion_item title=”Why should I join a TC Group?”]

  • Weekly Bible study will help you grow in your faith (Psalm 119:11; 2 Timothy 3:16-17).
  • Prayer from others helps you get through the tough times (Philippians 4:6; 1 John 5:14-15).
  • You’ll meet new friends in this busy city that will encourage you (Proverbs 27:17).
  • You’ll have fun with other people going through the same things you are (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10).
[/trx_accordion_item] [trx_accordion_item title=”What is a typical group meeting like?”]Each TC Group is unique, but generally all groups have some social time with snacks and conversation up front, followed by a time of study and prayer. The meeting will last somewhere around 1 & 1/2 to 2 hours.[/trx_accordion_item] [trx_accordion_item title=”How often do Groups meet?”]Groups usually meet once per week for a semester of usually 10 – 12 weeks.[/trx_accordion_item] [trx_accordion_item title=”How do I sign up for a TC Group?”]Plan to participate in our SPRING TC Groups beginning Feb 2016. You can sign up below right on this page.[/trx_accordion_item] [trx_accordion_item title=”What about childcare?”] Each individual group is responsible for deciding how to handle childcare needs. Some options are:
  • Have parents arrange for sitters on their own and attend the group without children
  • Chip in together for a sitter who watches the kids in a different room while your group meets
  • Group members take turns watching the kids each week
[/trx_accordion_item] [trx_accordion_item title=”Can I host and/or facilitate a TC Group?”]Yes! We are always looking for additional people to facilitate a small group and/or individuals to open up their homes to host a Small Group. No experience necessary. One of the exciting components of TC Groups are small group meetings in homes. All you need is a living room large enough for around 10 or 12 people and a TV & DVD player. If you would like to facilitate a group or host a group click HERE and fill out our online form![/trx_accordion_item] [/trx_accordion]    

SPRING SMALL GROUP SEMESTER 2016

Middletown

Monday
(M1) General: Evans & Regina Yankey  (Click HERE to purchase book.) “Book of Psalms” Monday’s in Middletown @ 10:00 am (Kid Friendly) Join us as we study the book of Psalms, a praisebook for God’s people, a collection of hymns and petitions to lead us in worship. (M3) General: Jerry & Myra Blanco  (Click HERE to purchase book.) “1 2 3 John and Jude” Monday’s at TC @ 6:30 pm (Kid Friendly) Join us in exploring these letters written by the apostles John & Jude that focus on two simple words to define our life and actions: Love and Truth. These words remind us that God supplies all we need. (M4) Parenting: Josh Peterson  (Click HERE to purchase book.) “How to Really Love Your Child” Monday’s at TC @ 6:30 pm (Kid Friendly) Does your child really feel loved? Many parents would be surprised to discover that their child doubts they are genuinely and unconditionally loved Join us as we discover skills and techniques that can help make your child feel truly loved and accepted through every situation. (M5) New Believers: Joseph Nieves  (Click HERE to purchase book.) “Starting Point” Monday’s at TC @ 6:30 pm (Kid Friendly) Whether you’re new to faith, curious about God, or coming back to church after some time away; join us as we explore the starting point of faith: where your opinions and beliefs are valued and no question is off limits. Tuesday
(T1) General: Paula Rivas  (Click HERE to purchase book.) “The Book of Romans” Tuesday’s at TC @ 10 am (Kid Friendly) Join us as we study the Book of Romans where Paul reviews the wrong turns the early church was making and shows us the only solution: Jesus Christ. Because even though all have sinned, Jesus is waiting to restore us to grace. (T2) Daytime Moms: Erin Johnson  (Click HERE to purchase book.) “Am I Messing Up My Kids?” Tuesday’s at TC @ 10 am (Kid Friendly) Many Moms wonder if they’re doing something that will mess up their child’s life for good or adversely impact it. Join is in learning tools to help Moms relax, let go of guilt, and turn to God for support and guidance. (T3) Single Moms: Christine Walters  (Click HERE to purchase book.) “Every Woman’s Battle” Tuesday’s in Middletown @ 6:30 pm (No Kids) Discover tools that will help survive the intense struggle for sexual integrity by guarding not just your body, but your mind and heart as well. (T5) Men: Will Johnson  (Click HERE to purchase book.) “The Bait of Satan” Tuesday’s at TC @ 7pm (Kid Friendly) Let’s discover how to escape Satan’s grip of offense, avoid a victim mentality, practice forgiveness, experience reconciliation, and remain free in Christ. (T6) Men: Cleveland Best & Nick Nobile  (Click HERE to purchase book.) “A Man’s Journey Through the Bible” Tuesday’s at TC @ 7pm (Kid Friendly) Join us for this bible study that strengthens men in their walk with Christ, helping apply the gospel and the truth of God’s Word in our homes, churches, and workplaces. Wednesday
(W2) General: Wayne & Isabel Moran  (Click HERE to purchase book.) “The Bait of Satan” Wednesday’s in Rock Tavern, NY @ 6:30 pm (No Kids) Let’s discover how to escape Satan’s grip of offense, avoid a victim mentality, practice forgiveness, experience reconciliation, and remain free in Christ. (W3) General: Michael Fulco  (Click HERE to purchase book.) “Experiencing God” Wednesday’s in Middletown, NY 7 pm (Kid Friendly) Knowing God comes about by having an intimate relationship with him. Through this journey you will discover how God reveals himself to you, his purposes, and how he is present throughout your daily life. Thursday
(TH3) General: Fred Medina (Click HERE to purchase book.) “The Book of Hebrews” Thursday’s in Middletown, NY @ 7:30pm (No Kids) Let’s discover together how believers often need to be encouraged and reassured in times of doubt and su ering. Jesus Christ is our answer to hope, faith, and peace.
Saturday (SA1) General: David & Tina Kennedy   “God at the Movies” Saturday’s in Middletown, NY @ 6pm (No Kids) Join us as we explore through popular lms from the last few years how we can nd God in powerful stories of the human experience.

You can now join a TC Group anytime during the semester.  Just sign up!

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