A: We meet at our church campus for weekend worship services. 53 Cochituate Road?Wayland, MA 01778 (view map). We also meet throughout the week on and off campus in small groups and various ministries.
A: Sundays at 9:30 and 11am, Saturdays at 5:00pm. During the summer (Mid-June through Early September) we meet at 9:30am.
A: We offer infant-preschool care at our Saturday Night Life service. Our Live the Adventure program, where children can learn about God's love in a safe and fun environment happens alongside our Sunday 9:30 service. New families are encouraged to register online arrive a few minutes early to check-in at the children's ministry desk located adjacent to the lobby.
A: Absolutely! We encourage families that desire to attend church together to attend Saturday Night Life at 5pm, or Sunday Morning at 11am. Sunday at 9:30 we encourage children to attend Live the Adventure. If you are interested in resources to teach your children about worship don't hesitate to contact Gail Hughson (Director of Children's Ministries) or Adam Kurihara (Director of Music and Worship). Both would be more than willing to assist your family in worshipping together.
A: Adjacent to the sanctuary is a special room reserved for families with young children. In addition there is infant-preschool care at SNL as well as infant care and preschool programming on Sunday at 9:30am
A: There's no dress code at TCC. Some come dressed down in jeans and t-shirts, others come wearing suits and ties. You do not have to look a certain way to belong here.
A: The entire church building is handicap accessible and assistive listening devices are available. Just ask a greeter or usher for assistance.
A: Live the Adventure is TCC's church for kids! Parents register and drop their children off before the 9:30 service begins for large group create Bible teaching, upbeat worship, and gender and grade level small groups. Read more ››
A: Students grades 6-12 are invited to worship in Bradford Hall, the building adjacent to the Sanctuary for a time of food (pancakes!) fellowship, games, worship, and preaching. Read more ››
A: There is no requirement to come to church here. We welcome all to our worship services regardless of religious affiliation. You don't have to believe to belong here. However, we hope that as you participate in this community you would consider the claims of Christianity.
A: Music is a very important part of worship services at TCC. Visit the worship services page for more info.
A: As a reformed evangelical church we uphold the tenants of faith outlined in the Apostles' Creed. Read more ››
A: A guiding principle for all who call TCC home. "We covenant with the Lord and with one another and do bind ourselves in the presence of God to walk together in His holy ways. We will strive to be doers of the Word and not hearers only, to be firm in faith, quickened in hope, and constant in charity. We will consecrate our time, talent, substance, and influence as heirs of God and joint heirs with Christ. Amen."
A: We believe that the Bible is the divinely inspired Word of God and the only authority for faith and practice.
A: We are an independent congregational church, in the reformed evangelical tradition.
A: From our by-laws, "The Board shall govern by establishing Guiding Principles and goals for the Church; monitoring, supporting, and encouraging the Senior Minister's efforts to reach those goals; and holding the Senior Minister accountable for his performance. The Board shall be accountable to Christ and the Church for its performance." You can contact the board directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
A: The moderator is the elected lay leader of the church, serving a two-year term. This person presides over the annual meeting, any special meetings, and serves as chair of the board and nominating committee. Our current moderator is Rich Peck.
A: Though some churches do not emphasize membership in a local church, we encourage those with regular attendance and participation to consider membership. While membership is not required to attend or receive the sacraments, it is required for those in positions of leadership. This provides the congregation with systems of accountability and structures for church leadership.
A: Praise God! Baptisms are a public celebration of God's saving work in your life. Please contact Associate Pastor Todd Szymczak for information regarding baptisms.
A: Our congregation holds varying views on the role of infant baptism. If you would like to speak to a pastor please email email@example.com
A: Our congregations holds varying views on the role of infant baptism. We baptize infants and also perform baby dedications in our worship services. If you would like to speak to a pastor about baptism or dedication email firstname.lastname@example.org
A: Any person in relationship with Jesus Christ is welcome at the Lord's Table, regardless of denominational affiliation. Families can decide for themselves when they feel their child is ready to receive communion. If you have questions about receiving communion please contact Pastor Chris Ziegler.
A: Yes. Visit this page for information regarding weddings and funerals.
A: Yes. Visit this page for information regarding building use.