we believe students meet jesus through meaningful relationships at home and at church


We are confident that the best way to help a student develop a lasting faith is through healthy relationships with peers and leaders. Therefore, we create fun, safe, loving, and relevant environments where students meet Jesus through relationships with healthy leaders who model an authentic faith relationship with God.


TCC Student Ministry is based around the Orange curriculum which focuses on partnering with parents to help students experience wonder for who God is, discovery of who He created them to be, and passion for loving others. It's our desire to help students discover who God is and who He made them to be by giving them a place to belong and grow in faith.

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Thursday Nights, 6:30-8:30pm


Specially designed for students, Thursday evenings will include student led worship, a lesson presented during Large Group, and Small Group discussions geared to walk through the idea presented in Large Group, so students can see how the Bible applies to their lives. Our priority is to provide intentional community for students by giving them a consistent Small Group Leader who models what it looks like to follow Jesus


For more information about Student Ministries, contact Kim Rader

upcoming events

SUMMER KICK-OFF BBQ!

Thursday June 6 at 6:30pm

Bring a friend, there will be food, games and lots of fun!

Middle School Mission Trip and CIY MIX

This summer our middle schoolers have the opportunity to join with the middle schoolers from Newberg Christian Church to serve at McKinley Indian Mission and then attend Christ in Youth - MIX. 


Dates

McKinely Mission Trip | August 5 - 7

CIY MIX | August 7 - 11


Students have the option of attending the McKinley Mission trip, CIY MIX, or both.

Click Here to register for any of these options.


Questions, please contact Kim Rader

High School CIY MOVE

MOVE is a 5-day event held all over the country designed to amplify the call of Christ on students' lives to become kingdom workers. MOVE 2019 will explore the life of Elijah and help students understand that their story, Elijah's story, God's story ... they're still being written ... because they're all to be continued.


Dates | July 29 - August 2


Click Here for more information about MOVE


Click Here to register.


Questions, please contact Kim Rader