News & Events

Family Summer Nights

For four Wednesday nights in June, you and your friends and neighbors are invited here to the church for our version of VBS. Instead of one intensive week, we do 4 evenings of family fun. The fun starts each night at 6:30 p.m. The picnic starts at 6.

  June 28 – Wacky Water Night / Picnic - Bring a bathing suit and towel.


Summer Book Club

Ladies, are you in the mood for a little summer reading? Enjoy these books on your own and then meet for dinner and discussion. Mark your calendars!

Sun, July 9th - One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp - Dinner at 6:00 at Karen McClellan's house.

Sun, August 13th - The Broken Way by Ann Voskamp - Dinner at 6:00 at Jane Myers' house.


Church Camping Trip

Believe it or not, it's time to reserve spots for our All-Church Camping Trip August 4-6 at Pymatuning State Park in Ohio. You can reserve your spot after church or on your own at the Ohio State Park website. Choose a site in the range of 154-162, 186-188 or 195-206. If you reserve a site email Lisa Gerren (lgerren1@gmail.com) and she'll keep track of where everyone is. Email Katie Burdett (kchrist510@windstream.net) in case you want to know which site you had last time or for advice on a site.


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Today in the Word – Ephesians 1

Paul's letter to Ephesus is actually an "encyclical," a short work meant to be read by lots of first century churches, and not just the believers in one city. It's just as applicable to believers in Streetsboro, or Aurora, or Kent today. The book of Ephesians describes our inspiration to live out a spiritual vision of new life in Christ--a life defined by different thinking, hopes and behaviors. Today, we'll see how the first chapter of this letter details God's "behind the scenes" architecture of salvation in Christ unfolding throughout history, and in each of our individual lives since Christ's coming.



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

 

Click here for Job Opportunities


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...

…is now on break for the summer. Remember the missions trip is June 17-25. Enjoy your summer.