There's no better way to learn about TCCS than by joining us for Sunday worship. Below you'll find several pieces of info to help you make the most of your first visit.
Church services have never been like how they have been during COVID-19 quarantine. We have all been in our own homes, tuning in. Now that we are able to regather, church services will continue to be different, but we are excited that we can see each other face to face! Our leaders have strived to be prudent, wise and considerate of everyone's safety.
Now that social distancing and mask mandates are beginning to lift we are excited to follow CDC/CT guidelines and get a little closer and see each other smile with more than their eyes!
Masks are not required outdoors or for those who have completed the vaccination process (2 weeks after the final dose). Masks continue to be required for children who are able to wear one successfully. Adults who are caring for children indoors will also required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination - just as they are in schools and daycares.
A little more about us:
TCCS is a historic church that strives to be multi-generational in our approach to worship. Our goal for worship is to have the 8 year old and the 80 year old come and encounter Christ and grow in Christ so that together we may glorify God on the frontlines of our lives (wherever we live, work, or play). As a multi-generational church, we utilize everything from praise music written this year to historic hymns.
For teaching, you can expect energetic, passionate, Christ centered preaching that holds up the Gospel and is marked by just a hint of humor. We strive for messages that are expository, which means they are well rooted in the Biblical text, and the heart of the passage is the heart of the message.
If you have one, you’re encouraged to bring a Bible in print or on your mobile device. We'd love to offer you a free Bible if you have none.
It's hard not to blend in at TCCS.
When it comes to the regulars, there's not really a predominant style. On an average Sunday you tend to see a lot of jeans and a lot of business casual.
Our advice is simple:
Wear whatever is comfortable to you.
Jeans, shorts, flip flops, boots, wingtips, your call.
We have plenty of parking available at our location, adjacent to the church - between the Church and the Town Library. If you are headed North on Route 85, the entrance is immediately AFTER the Church on your right. If you are headed South on Route 85, the entrance is immediately BEFORE the Church on your left.