As a church, we all love God and love each other; we want to be back together, but we want to do this in a safe manner. Before the state imposed the "Safer at Home" rules, we elected to implement the CDC recommendations by avoiding any in-person worship gatherings to protect everyone. Now that those restrictions are being lifted, our leadership is working to provide multiple options that allow in-person participation, so we all feel safe choosing the option that best fits our situation. 

While we plan to keep our live streamed worship services at 10 AM each week, we're working on ways to let you participate in-person, when you're ready. Our goal during July is to again offer an in-person option, as we implement many, many changes to insure your safety including: "social distancing" seating arrangements, checking the temperatures of staff and volunteers, and a whole list of other things too long to include here.  As this gets closer, we'll post more details to keep you informed, so check back here later.

Continue reading on this page for Frequently Asked Questions below. 

Questions & Answers

Each week, join us as we gather to worship -- initially online and eventually both online and in-person  -- every Sunday at 10 AM.  Through this summer, our services may contain a mix of live and/or prerecorded music and messages, live streamed right here on the site starting at 10 AM.  We also post some discussion questions so you can discuss the message or journal about it.  Check out past Live recordings here.

Sunday Morning Small Groups

After the service is complete, typically around 11:15 to 11:30, we gather in Zoom to catch up, pray for one another, discuss the week's message, and talk about how to apply God's Word in our daily lives.  To join in, click here. You can also call: 1(312) 626-6799, access code: 9395540283#.  

For the coming few weeks, we are going to direct you Christ Church in Mequon. They are a partner church who is posting video and discussion guides for their children’s ministry each Sunday. We encourage families to use these to continue growing with your children.

Over time, as restrictions lift and concerns about Covid-19 relax, we hope to be able to invite you over for a friendly in-person welcome by the end of July.  For now, you can stay connected with us by joining us in worship on Sunday morning at 10 AM, streamed right here on the site, and by joining into the conversation in Zoom afterward, usually starting between 11:15 to 11:30 AM. 

Each week, members of our leadership will be available to chat with via video chat or over the phone. During this time, we will share updates, pray together, share stories of God at work, and just stay connected to each other as we social distance. That call will be on Thursday evening from 7-8 pm.

For the Thursday calls, click here. You can also call: 1(312) 626-6799, access code: 9395540283#

The calls are open to anyone, and we encourage you to use this as a time to connect with others and join us in prayer for our community. 

Absolutely!  We are committed to prayer, and would love to pray for you as well. We'd love to talk with you and be a support to you in any way we can.  We encourage you to share your prayer requests or questions you might have either by sending an email to FrontOffice@TCC-Online.org, calling our offices at 414-354-6620 (please leave a message if no one's available), or within a Zoom small group, either after the Sunday morning service or on Thursday night at 7 PM. 

Thursday Zoom Community Time:

We have a weekly call in Zoom on Thursday evening from 7-8pm, to catch up, pray for each others, ask questions of our leaders, and generally discuss our weeks. While you'll have to provide your own snacks, it's just like sitting around a table after church, sharing our stories, bad jokes, and lives. 

To join into the Thursday call, click here. You can also call: 1(312) 626-6799, access code: 9395540283#

As a church, we all love God and love each other; we want to be back together, but we want to do this in a safe manner. Before the state imposed the "Safer at Home" rules, we elected to implement the CDC recommendations by avoiding any in-person worship gatherings to protect everyone. Now that those restrictions are being lifted, our leadership is working to provide multiple options that allow in-person participation, so we all feel safe choosing the option that best fits our situation. 

Our goal is to being to offer in-person worship options during July. To do this we have many, many changes we're making to insure your safety including: "social distancing" seating arrangements, hand sanitizer dispensers, checking the temperatures of staff and volunteers, changes to traffic patterns within the building, increased cleaning and sanitizing of touch points, increased cleaning and sanitizing of touch surfaces within the sanctuary,  and a whole list of other things too long to include here.  As this gets closer, we'll post more details to keep you informed, so check back here later.