No matter where you are in life, you’ve got a next step. We want to help you grow in your faith and experience real life in Jesus Christ.

Sometimes people go to a church serve and they may ask themselves, 'what's next?'.  Here are the 'next steps' that we help people though to experience all that God has for them.

Take a look at a each one and ask yourself, 'where am I?' and 'what is my next step?'

We believe that God created the world and everything in it, including you, and He wants to begin a personal, one-on-one relationship with you today. 


You were created on purpose, with a purpose, for a purpose. 

We believe you have a gift and calling on your life to do great things for God. God didn't save us to 'sit' he saved us to 'serve' something greater than yourself.

Serving is experiencing ministry for others. The great commission that Jesus gave was to 'go into all the world', and that what we intend to do. There are many opportunities to serve at TBCC, and we want you to find the one that best suits your passion, personality, and availability. 

When you discover a great new restaurant or app, what’s the first thing you do? Tell a friend.

Faith is like that. It’s better with friends. Don’t keep the good news to yourself.

Text, call or invite a friend to join you for our next service.

It’s always better when you explore and grow together.

Church is not a building. Church is not a service. Church is made up of a group of people. 

We believe every Christian should belong to a local church where they can learn together, laugh together, cry together, and grow together.

Life is better in groups. We encourage you to find a group to connect with to cultivate strong relationships built on the foundation of God's Word. Get plugged in today to one of our Sunday School classes.

"The gospel alone liberates you to live a life of scandalous generosity" -Tullian Tchividjian

When you think you never have enough, you'll never enjoy what you have. One simple way to overcome your dissatisfaction and disappointment is to take time to be thankful for what you have.

We wake up with hope because of the generosity of Christ. He owns everything and gave it all up to rescue us, adopt us into his family and enable us to be generous like him. (2 Corinthians 8:9).