News & Events

Work Day

On Sunday, October 28th at 9 a.m. the church will be having a work day to do some fall cleaning and get the church ready for winter. This is our last chance to get some outdoor work done before winter settles in. Tasks range from changing light bulbs and replacing locks on nursery doors, to pressure washing, weeding, and painting. There is something for everyone. 


Stained Glass Window Project

During the youth missions’ trip this summer the question was asked “Can we make stained glass windows for Tinkers Creek sanctuary?” The short is answer is yes! If you have an interest in helping design, plan, and construct these windows, there will be an explanation of Who, What, When, Where, and How on Wednesday, October 25th at 7 p.m. at the church. No experience is necessary. Even if you cannot make the first meeting, let Gary Pease know that you are interested as this is a long project.


Men's Fellowship Breakfast

On Saturday, November 11 from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. the men of Tinkers Creek will be meeting for breakfast and hearing about Warriors’ Journey Home Ministry from one of their own. This ministry is comprised of veterans and civilians who have compassion for military families. Many of their veterans are combat veterans whose families have experienced the challenges and stress of military life. Warriors’ Journey Home Ministry is dedicated to support and assist veterans, their families and our society during their military service and their return home.


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This Week in the Word – Whimsy and Whirlwind: Jesus Leaves His Mark (John 2)

 After a whimsical miracle of 150 gallons of wine, Jesus takes the temple by storm. This is no frail and passive Jesus, but one full of justice and fiery action. He disrupts the sleepy status quo of religious marketing and makes quite a few enemies as a result. But then, as people sign up to be on his team, he withdraws from the fame and the demand for more miracles.

 



Donate Online

If you wish to donate to the ministry at Tinkers Creek, click the button below. This is a secure transaction and will be processed the same way we receive donations in person.  As always, giving at Tinkers Creek is received anonymously so that it remains a matter between you and God.  We use an outside bookeeper to record giving so that no one inside the church knows what is given.


 

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

 

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ABFs @ 9:15 am

During our 9am hour we have two Adult Bible Fellowships that meet. 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. 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.


YAC This Week

Youth Group will be at McClellans Sunday night for outdoor movie night on the big screen. The movie will start promptly at 6:30pm (as soon as it gets dark).