Led by Ann DeBarros. Adults of all ages gather for lunch, prayer, and fun. Playing games is offered but optional.
This is a group for believers and seekers growing in faith, love, and companionship. Tuesdays with a light dinner at 6:00 pm and study at 6:30 pm in the TriPoint Hub and on Zoom. Led by John Hale & Mary Osborne. Contact Cynthia at email@example.com or (210) 733-6201 if you are interested in joining.
Join us for Wednesday night Faith Family Night dinner! We serve dinner from 5:00-6:00 pm in the Large Dining Room, the cost is $7 per person, we take card or cash! The menu changes weekly so be sure to check our Facebook or Instagram for the menu. If you would like to receive weekly emails about Faith Family Night or other updates, sign up here!
For moms of children and youth. This group gathers for dinner, fellowship, and study. Led by Barbara Bach, Carol Lecholop, and DeeDee Brogan. Wednesdays from 6:00-7:15 pm in the Creative Life Center (CLC) Grand Room. Childcare is provided for ages Birth-3 years for parents participating in Small Groups and Bible Studies.
Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God Led by Jay Burchfield | 6:00-7:15 pm | Room 307 This revised study of a favorite from the past will lead you down a path of experiencing God in new ways. What others have said: “Over the years God has used the truths of Experiencing God to awaken believers to a radically God-centered way of life. As a result, millions have come to know God intimately, to recognize His voice, and to understand His will, His ways, and His work.” This study will involve a workbook, videos, and group discussion. Workbooks will be available for purchase.
The Sanctuary Course:The Church’s Response to Mental Health Concerns Led by Jessie Higgins | 6:00-7:15 pm | Room 311 This study is designed to raise awareness and start conversations in local churches regarding mental health. Those who might be interested: People with questions about mental health People who want to engage their community in mental health conversations People supporting loved ones with mental health challenges People living with mental health challenges The Sanctuary Course is for anyone who wants to learn about faith and mental health. It requires no previous training or expertise—just a willingness to engage in dialogue with other believers.
Understanding that our students, grades 7th-12th, are making an effort to still be at church after a long day of school and activities, we slow down a little on Wednesday nights. We have dinner together, play a game, have a quiet time of worship, and then dive in to a discussion driven Bible study. Our students are encouraged to apply what they have learned to issues in their own lives, and share prayer requests. TBC Students meets in the Student Center.
This study is led by our Pastors in the Large Dining Room from 6:00-7:15 pm. Childcare is provided for ages Birth-3 years for parents participating in Small Groups and Bible Studies.