TPC is hosting for Family Promise from February 4 through February 11. This will be the first of five hosting weeks this year. The staff at Family Promise requested that TPC and other churches take an extra week due to the loss of several congregations because of construction, change of pastors, and splits in congregations. The Mission Committee and Session approved the acceptance of the additional week of hosting. The rest of our hosting weeks [...]
On Sunday, February 11, TPC celebrates Boy Scout Sunday. For more than sixty years, Tustin Presbyterian Church has sponsored Troop 33 of the Boy Scouts of America. Troop 33 serves the greater Tustin community and includes Scouts of various faiths. Over the years many boys from TPC have been members of this troop. TPC provides the troop with use of our facilities, including dedicated space for a “Scout House” and storage space, free of charge. In [...]
It's Olympics Night this Tuesday, February 6, when we gather at 4:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. (Our Family Promise guests will be using the Youth Lounge.) In Bible study, Martha of Bethany will tell us how Jesus defeated the ultimate competitor, Death.
Our class will meet on February 13 at 10:00 a.m. in the Fireside Lounge. The Rev. Dr. Kass Kassouni will lead us in the study of Lesson Six of “Cloud of Witnesses,” the Horizons Bible Study centered on Hebrews. The scripture for this lesson is Hebrews 2:10–18 and 10:34–35 and Mark 8:31–38. It’s not necessary to have attended previous classes, and all are welcome!
Sunday, February 11, Fellowship Hall 10:50 a.m.: Entertainment provided by Cottonwood String Band Cottonwood String Band features Bruce Boyer on fiddle, Lois Boyer on hammered dulcimer, and Mark Kline on guitar or banjo. They will entertain us with old time Appalachian folk arrangements of some of your favorite tunes. 11:10 a.m.: Special Presentation on Family Promise Cyndee Albertson, Executive Director of Family Promise, will provide a deep dive into the goals of the program and [...]
Do You Have a Suggestion for TPC?
Your church leaders are eager to hear from you. Give us your feedback, questions, and suggestions by using the Suggestion Box on the table in the patio where the juice is served after the Sunday morning worship services. During the week, the suggestion box is in the church office. The Suggestion Box can be found in the church office during the rest of the week. If you want a response, include your contact information. Thanks.
Tustin Taiwanese Presbyterian Church
For several years we have shared our campus with the Tustin Taiwanese Presbyterian Church. Our publications frequently reference this name, including its abbreviation “TTPC.” Because of the similarity between the abbreviations for the two churches, please read the publications carefully to be sure it is clear which church is associated with each article or activity. We extend our best wishes to TTPC as together we minister to Tustin and its surrounding communities.