Revelation: Navigating the In-Between

Pastor John continues his new sermon series through the book of Revelation. This Sunday he will preach, “Living Letters” from Revelation 1:19-20. Join us at 9:30am as we continue to learn how we can faithfully navigate the in-between.

Worship will be led by the Stark Brothers!

Graduation Celebration

Everyone is invited to our Graduation Celebration this Sunday, May 19 from 5-7pm. We will be celebrating all of our graduating 6th, 8th, and 12th graders. Come enjoy a catered dinner from Stonefire Grill and Wood Ranch and celebrate with our graduates! Suggested donation is $20 per family or $5 per person.

Please RSVP here: LINK

Deacon Sunday

This Sunday is Deacon Sunday! After worship you will have a chance to meet your deacons, have some delicious foods & treats, and see how you can participate in the different ministries of our Deacon team. There will also be a special offering for the Deacons Fund, which is used for TPC families in need and for emergency help to people in our community.

Classical Concert

TPC will be hosting a special classical concert. "Pure Love, Pure Joy" on Sunday May 26th in the sanctuary at 3pm. All are invited to attend this concert which is free of charge and will feature Woosoon Kim Chang, opera soprano, Shaunna Eberhard, piano, and MIchael Voronel, violin.

Solano Food Bank Opportunity

TPC has a longstanding partnership with the Solano Food Bank that provides food to local resident in need and is sponsored by the San Francisco Solano Catholic Church. The nonperishable food collection has been lovingly handled by Lori and Dick Aced for many years and they are looking to pass the baton to a new volunteer(s) and will be able to answer any questions. Deliveries can be made every 2-3 weeks or as needed.

We are extremely grateful for this ministry and partnership with our fellow community Christian Church. If you would be willing to help with this ministry so that it can continue please contact Lori or the church office 

Your Mission's Committee and The Interfaith Council of Greater Rancho Santa Margarita invite you to attend: Faith & Issues Forum: "When Our Faiths Are Threatened By Intolerance And Incivility". Please join us at St George’s Episcopal Church, 23802 Avenida De La Carlota, Laguna Hills, CA 92653 on Sunday, May 19th @ 2:30 for a panel discussion lead by  Rabbi Heather Ellen Miller (Temple Beth El), Sheikh Tarik Ata (Orange County Islamic Foundation) and Rev. Pat McCaughan, Vicar, St George’s Episcopal Church on how to grow our humanity, discover our similarities and to sow peace and harmony in today’s divisive world! Let us be part of the solution! Questions can be directed to Renee Tevlin or Craig Repp.


Mission's Spring Cleaning Event

This May the Missions Committee is collecting used prescription glasses, old cell phones, and used bath towels, all of which will be refurbished and re-purposed to give to the gift of sight, safety, and cleanliness to that who are in need. Collection boxes will be available at the welcome table. If you have questions please contact Renee Tevlin.

Stewardship Update

We wrestle with the question, “How much is enough?” most of our lives. As Christians, we need to actively seek God’s guidance to help us continually differentiate between our real needs, and our wants and desires. A Christian steward is content because they know that God will give them everything they need. Accept God’s provision in your life, and find contentment in the source, not the supply. Want what you have! Give what you can to TPC's operating and Stretching your Faith mortgage campaign.

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