Love. Lead. Lead. Like Jesus.
And leave behind what Jesus left behind.
Meet our Lead pastor
My name is Chris and I have the privilege of being the Lead Pastor at TCC. I am married to Kim and we have two passionate and energetic daughters - Kiara and Claire. As a family we love to watch movies, which includes eating popcorn and M&M’s, and go on epic adventures together.
Over my church leadership journey, I have lived in Las Vegas, NYC, and Fort Lauderdale area. God has opened incredible opportunities to link arms with passionate leaders and vision-oriented churches around the globe. When we came to TCC, it was an experience like no-other. The concise way of articulating our experience is that God was saying, “Welcome Home!”
TCC is not a perfect church. It is a church, a gathering of people, that genuinely desires to journey together. It is a church that says to all people - from all walks of life - with vastly different backgrounds - “Welcome Home!”
I hope that you take a step and check out one of our campuses. I truly believe that if you do, you will feel at home. I encourage you to plan a visit so that we can help make your first experience at TCC amazing. Also, TCC is not like your typical church. So make sure you check out “What to expect” below.
HOW SHOULD I DRESS?
Come as you are! People come wearing everything from t-shirts to bow ties. You might even notice a few Steelers jerseys. Someone once wore a Cowboys jersey, but we aren’t too sure what happened to him.
what to expect
HOW LONG WILL THE SERVICE LAST?
Our worship service lasts approximately 1 hour.
WHAT'S AVAILABLE FOR MY KIDS DURING THE SERVICE?
At TCC, we think kids are amazing and we want to come alongside you to fuel a passion for God in their lives. KidsRock (Birth - 5th grade) provides fantastic environments during weekend services that aim to be the highlight of your child's week.
For teens, we offer Velocity, a group experience that provides middle and high school students a place to hang out with caring adults that can speak into their lives.
WHAT DOES A TYPICAL SERVICE LOOK LIKE?
Opening Song (might be something you've heard on the radio)
Welcome & Brief Announcements
Music & Stories
30 minute practical message