News & Events

Good Friday 

Remember Christ's sacrifice for us at a self-directed time of reflection and communion.  At the Church from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm.   Come by for 15 minutes or stay for an hour.


This Week's Sermon

Easter Sunday

Join us for Easter service at 10:30 am as we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord.

You are also invited to bring flowers with you to church. After the service, we will use them to create a Flowering Cross.

(No Sunday School classes this week)

 


listen to past sermons +

 

Places to Serve at Tinkers Creek



If you’re new to our church and are looking for ways to plug in, start by attending an Adult Bible Fellowship during the 9am hour, or by serving others in the body with your gifts and experience. Areas that need your help…

  • Rock babies to sleep in the nursery
  • Children's Ministry 
  • Clean the church
  • Shake hands and collect offering as a greeter/usher.
  • Drama Ministry
  • Worship Ministry
  • Mowing the church's lawn
  • Sign up to bring a snack
  • Provide a meal

 

Click here for Job Opportunities

 


ABFs @ 9:15am

During our 9am hour we have two Adult Bible Fellowships that meet in this room.  SALT is for younger people (roughly up to 30 or so) who are in college or early in their careers. The other group, Seeking God’s Story, is in the more established stages of life (that’s a nice way to put it). Either group is open to marrieds, singles, or married who come single. Both focus on informal discussion-oriented Bible study and application to real life.


Youth After Church
If you are in 7th through 12th grade and looking for a way to get involved here at Tinkers Creek then YAC would be a great place to start! We play lots of fun games, spend time in small groups, and seek to grow in our knowledge and love for God together! Join us tonight from 6:45 to 8:15 in the Cabin.


First Hour Youth Group
After Paul's famous sermon on Mars Hill in Athens he traveled to a city called Corinth where he would spend about 18 months preaching the Gospel and establishing a church. But of course after he left Corinth to continue his work as a missionary, he did not stop caring for the church he left in Corinth. Join us on Sunday mornings in the Cabin if you would like to listen in to how Paul cares for the church in Corinth through correspondence.