The TCPC Post High/Young Adult/College/Career group exists to encourage one another in the Lord Jesus as an extension of the Body of Christ.
Our focus is to bring Glory to God as young adults learning to live for Jesus in all aspects of life. We try to meet once a month. We welcome Tyrone families to host this group for a gathering in their home.
The Tyrone Post High/College/Career group will meet together again!!
Alicia Ireland’s home, 12101 Parkin Lane, Fenton
Bring snacks if you’d like. Outdoor and indoor activities. Meal provided.
For more info call Cheryl Clement
Nursery: Nursery is available during Sunday school at 9:00 a.m. and for the 10:15 a.m. and evening worship services.
Sunday school: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Children are taught from the Great Commission Publication’s “Show Me Jesus” curriculum.
Vacation Bible School Canceled for 2020
Tyrone’s Christmas Gift to the Community
Thanks to all who served during the 2019 Jesus Walk. We look forward to 2020!
KIDS HOPE USA
We are grateful for the mentors and prayer partners who are ministering to the children this year.
God continues to transform lives through simple, one hour meetings between KIDS HOPE USA mentors and children. Please contact Rog or Barb Toonder for more information on how you can serve on the Kids Hope Team as a mentor, prayer partner, substitute or lunch crew.
Tyrone Youth Ministry (TYM) is a group of young women and men (6th-12th) gathering together to discuss and learn the Word of God. We desire to strengthen our faith in our Lord and Savior, glorify and love God, serve together, and build lasting relationships. “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind, and your neighbor as yourself.” Luke 10:27
We’ve finished our study on the Psalms. Since our future schedule is a little up in the air, we’ll start a topic that’s a little more flexible: the songs of the church. Each week, we’ll meditate on the lyrics of one of the songs we sing frequently at Tyrone. The hope is that this study will give us a deeper appreciation and a greater love for the songs we sing in worship. This week we’ll look at “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing”, a song we’ll also be singing in the worship service.
Wednesdays this summer
“Each week, we’ll sing a couple songs, hear a brief devotional, and spend lots of time just hanging out. The devotional theme for the summer is “The Image of God”. We’ll explore what exactly that means and how it affects all different kinds of relationships and interactions we have in the world.”